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Noonday: The Aragorn Anthology - Aragorn

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Artist: Aragorn / Import / Audio CD released 2003-11-25 at Castle Music

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      18.01.2009 22:30
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      Interesting album

      Like Bashful Alley another band that failed to release an album but now have a compilation out courtesy of Castle Music is the wonderfully talented Aragorn. This band obviously came at just the wrong time and didn't stick it out together, their sound a little different from other bands of the era but one which would undoubtedly be welcome today to break the cycle of meaningless pop groups, mass produced hip hop and whingeing emo bands.

      A lot of the band's tracks start in a similar manner, deep dark almost doom like riffs which then turn into fast and furious rock n roll which sounds a little heavier than garage. Iggy Pop & The Stooges meets Candlemass! Chris Dunn's vocals are rather cool, seemingly not trying anything to wild with his voice is more along the lines of Billy Idol than Bruce Dickinson, a style which really works with their mish mash style of rock n roll music.

      This album is highly enjoyable, each track is so energetic and catchy that you fail to notice the slightly rough bathroom recorded sound of the album which was re-mastered from a fan's cassete.

      Noonday, Black Ice and a cover of Golden Earing's Radar Love are the best tracks out there and whilst there are no stinkers Midnight Hour is probably the least impressive track. A cool band that are definitely worth a listen.

      1. Black Ice
      2. Noonday
      3. The Night Is Burning
      4. Make Me Believe
      5. You Changed My World
      6. Hellriser
      7. Run Like the Wind - Aragorn, Dunne
      8. Radar Love - Aragorn, Kooymans
      9. We'll Fight Back
      10. Love Set Me Up
      11. Midnight Hour - Aragorn, Hull
      12. Rest in Peace
      13. Moving
      14. Tickets on the Wall
      15. Black Ice
      16. Noonday
      17. Omega
      18. Metal Fatigue
      19. Cry of the Vampire
      20. The Night Is Burning
      21. Hungry for Your Love
      22. Tickets on the Wall


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    Disc #1 Tracklisting
    1 Black Ice
    2 Noonday
    3 Night Is Burning
    4 Make Me Believe
    5 You Changed My World
    6 Hellriser
    7 Run Like the Wind
    8 Radar Love
    9 We'll Fight Back
    10 Love Set Me Up
    11 Midnight Hour
    12 Rest in Peace
    13 Moving
    14 Tickets on the Wall
    15 Black Ice [Single Demo]
    16 Noonday [Single Demo]
    17 Omega [Single Demo]
    18 Metal Fatigue [Single Demo]
    19 Cry of the Vampire [Album Demo]
    20 Night Is Burning [Single][#]
    21 Hungry for Your Love [Single][#]
    22 Tickets on the Wall [Single][#]

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