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Double Heart Project - Human Nature’s Fight (-/10) - France - 2004

Genre: Instrumental
Label: Brennus Music
Playing time: 35:38
Band homepage: Double Heart Project

Tracklist:

  1. Apocalypse Orchestra
  2. Karmattitude >mp3
  3. Take Care Of Her
  4. Heavy Funky Party 
  5. Beyond The Clouds 
  6. When You Were There
  7. Human Nature' s Fight
  8. Echoes From Asia 
  9. Rebirth Orchestra
Double Heart Project - Human Nature’s Fight

What a horribly unmetallic cover!!! It displays the guitar duo Fabre and Franck Ribiere. It also isn’t Metal, but a pure instrumental disc, on which the two French can really go wild. Doesn’t sound particularly exciting, isn’t either. I generally like only a few instrumental albums. They were downright thrown after you in the Eighties, so that I have developed a true aversion.

 

But I can still make something of Malmsteen’s “Rising Force“, Vinnie Moore’s “Mind’s Eye“ or Satriani’s “Surfing With The Alien“, too, even today. From a technical point of view, DOUBLE HEART PROJECT is not bad, of course, but merely emotionally they don’t give me anything at all. The Steve Vai quotes and the cool guests like Chris Poland or Cyril Achard don’t change that much either. I’m just not the suitable reviewer for instrumental albums. Sorry. (Online September 16, 2004)

Ralf Henn



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