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Tribute to the Gods Iced Earth
Release Date: 2004 - 09 - 15, Audio CD, Century Me
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by - written on 27/07/08 (Very useful, 15 readings)
There are two fundamental ways to approach a cover song: either a band adapts the old song to their own distinctive style and attempts to make it their own, or they remain pedantically faithful to the original and end up sounding inevitably inferior and redundant. Unfortunately, for this collection of cover songs of their favourite artists, Iced Earth opted for the latter. To be fair to this album, it was originally only available as part of the otherwise excellent 'Dark Genesis' boxset that contained their earliest albums, and could be forgiven as an unnecessary extra. But then someone had the bright idea to market it as a genuine full-length release, and it ... Read the complete review
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