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Page Artiste Stratovarius


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  • CD (1 décembre 2002)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00015U2J8
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DREAMSPACE

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Par Hellblazer TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 27 janvier 2009
Format: CD
"Dreamspace", dernier opus avant l'arrivée du chanteur Timo Kotipelto, préfigure le nouveau son du groupe, même si la production pourrait être meilleure. Néammoins, les compos sont puissantes et inspirées, jouées en mid-tempo et up-tempo, mais évoluent rarement dans la rapidité propre à l'album "Visions" par exemple. Ce disque est en quelque sorte un excellent "brouillon" de ses 2 successeurs "4th Dimension" et "Episode", que je recommande très chaudement pour sa pléthore de titres imparables... et puis il faut tout de même reconnaître que si T. Tolkki, qui assure toutes les guitares (et c'est dèjà pas rien, vu le niveau) n'est pas le meilleur chanteur du circuit, il s'en sort malgré tout très bien à ce double poste. En un mot, si vous êtes fans : FONCEZ !!!
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Par Hellblazer TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 1 avril 2002
Format: CD
Le dernier album avant l'arrivée de Timo kottipelto le nouveau chanteur. malgré tout un bel album qui m'a scotché de longues soirées dans mon canap'.... les fans vont adorer...
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Incredbile Songwriting!! 22 juin 2017
Par thenaturegurl - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is one of Stratovarius' strongest pre-Koti albums. Hell it's one of their best, period. Though I love Koti, I'm well aware Timo Tolkii handles the vocals quite deftly here, just like he had been doing since the '80s with "False Messiah" and all. I love ballads and Strat's ballads. "Tears of Ice" on Dreamscape is such a haunting one. Dreamscape is a long album with many stellar tracks. "4th Reich" is a good midtempo number where Tolkii's voice really soars. "Magic Carpet Ride" is a true work of genius. That one will appeal to people who like metal and those who don't as well, without being the slightest bit pop or sell-out. "Chasing Shadows" is a classic. "Eyes of the World" has that infectious, driving refrain. The uptempo "Hold on to your Dream" will lift you to the sky just like you expect from this band. "We are the Future" may have vaguely drawn a few melodic elements from the Yiddish/Joan Baez song "Dona." Don't laugh!! Priest covered the Baez track "Diamonds and Rust." Or "We are the Future" could be drawn from Scandinavian folk music traditions. Those are very soulful. Or it just might be another one of those amazing Strat songs like "Paradise" that extends the metal genre beyond anyone's wildest dreams. Warlord did that too. I guess you could call Dreamspace a prog. album. Some of the Metal Archives reviews indicate that.
"Thin Ice" is another masterpiece. It would be hard to find a moodier, more complex, creative track in metal or really in any genre. "Shattered" and "Abyss" are darker, more traditional metal tracks and should appeal to the many fans of that kind of material. The album closes with the epic "Wings of Tomorrow," another musical genre-bender. The introduction sounds like something Vangelis could have written for a film score. This very special song unfolds like a beautiful flower.
Altogether this album does not have as much speedy material as one usually associates with Stratovarius. It's also darker, dispelling the stereotype of Strat as a bright band. (Some people are inclined to dismiss Strat as happy or fluffy. This makes me angry. As much as I like metalcore or thrash, that lacks Strat's power and intensity. And of course Strat has positive, meaningful lyrics, not Satanic drivel, but I digress.) Just for the song-writing alone, I place Dreamscape in my top 20 albums of all time by any band in any genre. Strat's Destiny and Visions go there too. Frankly the superbly crafted Dreamscape beats out those two classics by a long shot. I just like the adrenaline rush of speed and Koti's lofty countertenor. But for those not looking for such cheap thrills, Dreamscape is your album.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Not the Best Stratovarius Album, but Far from the Worst 28 avril 2014
Par Music 101 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I have to say that this is a well-made Stratovarius album. I like Tolkki's vocals here and I like the atmosphere of the music. There are some cuts on here that I say are some of the band's finest and some on here that I scratch my head over. The band was clearly in a transitional phase on this album and the next, but this one is unique among their extensive catalogue and we wouldn't see them have a performance as unique as this again until Polaris.

The Music:

1. Chasing Shadows- The guitar melody that opens this is amazing! The tone sounds dark and the drumming kicks in and it sounds like a sadder version of future songs to come. Tolkki's voice is a key thing to this sadder atmosphere. I quite like this song. It's a unique song as it sounds just like power metal, except it's not happy. One other thing, as many reviews say, is Lassila's drumming is much more varied than Michael's ever is. The solo here is exceptional and the song as a whole is great! Great opener!

2. 4th Reich- This is one of 3 songs on the album that I consider some of the most unique Stratovarius songs, as well as my favorite songs of the album! This is one of the darkest things I've heard the band do and the most unique song on the album! The song has a dark atmosphere, a groove, and a very musical approach. I really like the music they made with it, but I also just enjoy the darker atmosphere. I think the drums could've been a little stronger, but they are very cool as they are. The guitar melody is amazing and Tolkki's voice is perfect for this song. Kotipelto would never have been able to sing this as well as this! This song is a little on the slow side, but that makes it all the more dark and epic sounding! Especially because it's talking about the possibility of another Nazi uprising. This is a progressive masterpiece! Awesome song!

3. Eyes of the World- This song slows it down more than the previous one. But that's a good thing because this is song 2 of 3 of the best tracks of the album! This song is slow, dark, and emotional. I find this song to sound like an 80's rock song, but that's ok in this case because it sounds amazing! The guitar work is sparse and just limited to chords and the drumming is very lax and laid back. Tolkki sings it very well. It really hits the listener. The instrumental work in the middle is great and the solo soars out of a darker passage and just lights up the song! Tolkki is great at guitar on this album, but doesn't really ever reach this level of greatness again in my opinion. Great song though!

4. Hold on to Your Dream- This song picks things back up as the 3rd favorite of the album! I love this song, but I hate how the best 3 songs on the album are all back to back...Anyway, this song really rocks! This sounds like an 80's hard rock/melodic metal song! I really appreciate the guitar work on this song and I also like the drumming Lassila lays down here. The vocals on this song are also some of the album's strongest! The solo on this one is ripping! It just comes out of nowhere! This song is absolutely amazing!

5. Magic Carpet Ride- I really think this song is one of the stinkers. It's so slow in the beginning and in the chorus that it kind of makes me doze off. The verses are fast and grooving, but I just don't like the song that much. It's not a great song, but it's better than the other clunkers on this album.

6. We Are the Future- This song brings back the tempo of Chasing Shadows. The opening of this one sounds like the Stratovarius most of the world knows! I like what this song stands for and how it's written! Tolkki's emotion can be felt in the lyrics and the music backs him up! It's also a headbang worthy song! Exceptional chorus too! I really like the lyrics in the chorus and the way the band conveys their message! Awesome song!

7. Tears of Ice- This song has a spacey key opening. It almost sounds like a sci-fi movie theme in the beginning, but then it opens up into a beautiful atmospheric song. After listening to this, one can hear where songs like Forever came from. This song, I think, is much better than that however because it has better music behind it and it actually features the drums. Very well-written song! I love it!

8. Dreamspace- This song's intro is even spacier than the previous one's intro. This song has a very musical opening though with the band doing a small little jam. The drumming is strong and then Tolkki begins singing. The darker atmosphere here is apparent as the song builds. This song is the longest one on the album and would take the gold as the most epic song on here! It's a darker journey than most of the other songs on here, but it's a very good song! Great job!

9. Reign of Terror- This song has heavy opening riff, but after that the song looses it's legitimacy due to the lyrics. It's an alright song, but it's not my cup of tea. It's an ok song, but I think it should've stayed just a demo.

10. Thin Ice- This song's intro is dark but I think this one should've stayed as a single as well. It just doesn't sound good. It kind of ruins the album's momentum. The past two tracks were trying to get the album heavy again, and this one not only spoils that, it's just a bad song.

11. Atlantis- This is an instrumental that sounds pretty cool! I quite like the guitar playing in here! Very good playing!

12. Abyss- This song has an eerie intro. It sounds like it could be in a horror movie. Then it opens into an 80's sounding rock tune, but I just don't care for it. This one isn't a bad song, I just don't care much for it. It's actually a well-written song and the music in it is very well written, but it doesn't grab my attention.

13. Shattered- This song is another faster paced song! It starts off with a shredding part and then the drums come in and make it sound thrashy and aggressive! This song is awesome because it's fast and heavy and pretty relatable, but other than that, I don't really have much to say. It's just a good faster, heavier song towards the end of the album. Enough said.

14. Wings of Tomorrow- The key synth intro makes the song sound more 80's, but this is an absolutely amazing song! It's very uplifting and is the 4th best song on the album! I highly enjoy the lyrical message of this song and the way the music works with it. The band ended this dark album with an uplifting song that sounds more like the traditional Stratovarius emotion we're used to. This song is one of the best Stratovarius songs ever! The song sports a couple amazing solos, great vocals, and a great message. The message is that it's there isn't anything you can't do if you want to do it! Very good song and I think that even though I don't like it as much as a couple other songs, this is a song that Stratovarius didn't top until Polaris until 2009.

Verdict- This is a very good album! One of the most overlooked Stratovarius albums I think. Very good album and it's just a great buy!

So here's my take on Stratovarius's quality of the albums I've heard: (best to worst)
Elysium, Polaris, Elements 1, Dreamspace, Fourth Dimension, Nemesis, Visions, Destiny, Elements 2, Infinite.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Stratovarius Dreamspace 1994 26 octobre 2012
Par Mario Lizano Quesada - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
STRATOVARIUS (DREAMSPACE - 1994). A pesar de tener 18 años de vigencia, cada día estoy más convencido de que es la producción más elegante y elaborada de esta representativa banda de power metal finlandés. Estoy hablando de música de excelente nivel de ejecución, conceptos variados que van desde lo abstracto (Dreamspace, Thin Ice), la crítica al sistema (Reign of Terror) y sentimiento instropcectivo (Hold on to your Dream, Tears of Ice). La expresiva vocalización de Timo Tolkki se fusiona perfectamente con la interpretación musical, logrando un efecto casi que disolutorio Y provocando una verdadera unidad de grupo en cada uno de los temas. La variación y versatilidad musical que se puede encontrar en este excelente trabajo abarca desde el predecible heavy metal y power metal, hasta la inclusión de elementos progresivos y temas de típica estructura del gustado AOR, ubicados estratégicamente a lo largo de sus poco más de 60 minutos de duración, lo cual nos fuerza a mantenernos pendientes mientras se escucha todo trabajo sin caer en ningún momento en la monotonía. Si a todos estos atributos le sumamos la calidad de sonido propia de la tecnología japonesa SHM-CD, pues sin lugar a duda estamos hablando de la mejor y definitiva versión de uno de los mejores y más ambiciosos trabajos de una de las mejores bandas del gustado sub-género del Power Metal. ALTAMENTE RECOMENDADO Y MANDATORIO.

STRATOVARIUS (Dreamspace - 1994). Despite having 18 years of existence, this is the most elegant and elaborate production of this representative Finnish power metal band. I'm talking about music of excellent execution, various concepts ranging from the abstract (Dreamspace, Thin Ice), the criticism of the system (Reign of Terror), and feeling (Hold on to your Dream, Tears of Ice). The expressive Timo Tolkki vocals fits perfectly into the musical performance, achieving a disolutory effect and causing a real group unit in each of the songs. Variation and musical versatility can be found in this excellent work that ranges from the predictable heavy metal and power metal, to the inclusion of progressive elements and typical AOR structure, strategically ubicated throughout its 60 minute duration , which forces us to remain pending while listening to all the work without falling into monotony. If we add to all these attributes the sound quality of Japanese SHM-CD technology, without doubt we are talking about the best and definitive version of one of the best and most ambitious works of one of the best Power Metal bands. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED AND MANDATORY.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Not the absolute best they've done, but excellent overall :) 25 septembre 2012
Par Mr. Jeep - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I will definitely say that this album, as one of the earlier Stratovarius efforts, did take some time to grow on me. The more I listened, however, the more I realized the true beauty of it. True, there are some songs that are somewhat slow and weak by Stratovarius standards, and I found myself skipping maybe one or two of them.

"Wings of Tomorrow" definitely stands out as my favorite gem on this particular album. I have played on jukeboxes in bars a number of times, and people have given a generally positive reception of it. One guy actually once told me that it reminded him of 80s hair metal in a way, but every Stratovarius fan knows that Stratovarius are well above the likes of any hair metal band, in terms of the actual artistry involved.

In an overall sense, this album, like pretty much all of the other albums that this amazing band has done, is a rich and pure work of art that anyone who has what might be called a true appreciation of REAL music, and none of that horrible computerized processed noise that stupid people with no class (mostly young people in America) like to call music. Seriously, challenge yourself, and give these guys a listen.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 So good 23 août 2013
Par Andy H. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Dreamspace is the last full album to see guitarist Timo Tolkki as the lead vocalist of the band as he decided to focus on his guitar and songwriting in the band. Dreamspace continues the band's evolution of the metal genre with more complex riffs, solos, and harsh vocals. It is widely recommended to any metal listeners.
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