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The Last Millennium - Chinchilla

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Genre: Pop / Artist: Chinchilla / Audio CD released 2002-03-25 at Blade

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      10.06.2008 19:00
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      Chinchilla's third album (2002).

      'The Last Millennium' displays a promising career move for Chinchilla, as their music becomes slightly more energetic and thus entertaining. It's also the first album to feature nothing in the way of vomit-inducing ballads, the closest thing being the dull plodder 'After the War' that's nowhere near as aurally offensive.

      The band has settled a little more into things now, with Urdo Gerstenmeyer unleashing his long-awaited first memorable guitar riff ever, with 'Demons We Call.' Unfortunately, Steffen Theuren's approach to creativity is to re-use exactly the same drum intro to several songs, as if we wouldn't notice, while most of the responsibility still falls on the singing talents of the quite-good Thomas Laasch, who keeps Chinchilla rooted in the same league of light, vocal-centric power metal bands as their equally mediocre contemporaries Brainstorm.

      Their cover of 'The Boys Are Back in Town' is nothing special, and won't be of interest to those who are familiar or somehow unfamiliar with Thin Lizzie's original, and once again a pointless intro track must be sat through before the relative chore of the proper songs can begin in earnest.

      1. The Last Millennium
      2. War Machine
      3. Demons We Call
      4. Nighttrain of Death
      5. Father Forgive Me
      6. After the War
      7. Victims of the Night
      8. The Boys Are Back in Town (Thin Lizzie cover)
      9. They Are Liars
      10. The Highest Price

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    Disc #1 Tracklisting
    1 Last Millennium
    2 War Machine
    3 Demon's We Call
    4 Nighttrain Of Death
    5 Father Forgive Me
    6 After The War
    7 Victims Of The Night
    8 Boys Are Back In Town
    9 They Are Liars
    10 Highest Price