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|PROG 0083||Shadow Gallery||Legacy (Cass, Album)||Metal Mind Productions||PROG 0083||Poland||2001|
|IROND CD 08-DD566||Shadow Gallery||Legacy (CD, Album)||Irond, Dark Division||IROND CD 08-DD566||Russia||2008|
|22 201802, 8022201802||Shadow Gallery||Legacy (CD, Album)||Magna Carta, Roadrunner Arcade Music, Magna Carta, Roadrunner Arcade Music||22 201802, 8022201802||Europe||2001|
Legacy is the fourth album by the progressive metal group Shadow Gallery, released in 2001. Carl Cadden-James - Bass guitar, Vocals, Flute. Brendt Allman - Acoustic, Electric guitars, Vocals, Keyboards. Joe Nevolo - Drums and percussion. Mike Baker - Lead Vocals.
Legacy is Shadow Gallery's fourth disc, and certainly one of their best. Those who say Shadow Gallery is prog metal rather than progressive rock should really give this disc a listen. Certainly there are plenty of metal influences, but there are also lots of moments that are much more closely tied to classic progressive rock. The songwriting on this disc is impeccable, as are both the performances and the production. This piece is certainly one of the best the band has ever done yet, and, without question, is the creative pinnacle of the album. All you can say at the end of the adventure of this piece is "Wow.
This is not the best Shadow Gallery album. but it get's a high score from me because of the brilliant epic and the first track. Colors might be the weakest track, but given some time it begins to grow on you as well. Legacy", their 4th album can be considered a decent effort by them with almost any significant changes in their style compared to previous ones. We get offered here at times more powerful and sometimes more ballad-esque quite respectable airplay-friendly melodic metal. Admittedly they've thrown in as well some proggy features as moderately complex guitar/keyboard play and some vocal lines for several voices.
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Legacy (2001) by Shadow Gallery. Labels: Roadrunner Records, Magna Carta Records. Genres: Progressive Metal Members: Mike Baker, Brendt Allman, Gary Wehrkamp, Carl Cadden-James, Chris Ingles, Joe Nevolo.
Having really hit their stride with the 'Tyranny' album, Shadow Gallery are back with 'Legacy', an album that is similar stylistically, though does away with the concept album format and features only six songs, and some rather ambitious ones at that. The duration of the songs can make for some demanding listens, which will ensure that while 'Legacy' contains some of Shadow Gallery's best compositions, it's probably not their best album overall. But hey, it's still a damn good one, and that's what matters! Rispondi Avvertimi Helpful.
Legacy" is a fantastic album that delivers Shadow Gallery's niche sound with flying colors and avoids the pitfalls that made "Carved in Stone" a difficult listen. In other words, it has only 6 tracks. The album begins with "Cliffhanger Part 2: Hang on, The Crusher", one of those rare (if not completely exceptional) conceptual tracks that is better than the original. Legacy" is a very tight album. It has independent tracks that retain their own quality, like people in a group of friends, sandwiched between two epics that showcase a band's multiple talents.
Shadow Gallery-Shadow Gallery Full Album. Shadow Gallery -Legacy- Full Album. Shadow Gallery-Carved in Stone Full Album. Shadow Gallery -Carved In Stone- Full Album. Shadow Gallery-Room V. Transcription. Legacy is more progressive, artistic and technical than the band's previous work, although there are a couple nods to the possibility of mainstream radio airplay.