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Parallel Minds Import

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  • CD (21 novembre 1993)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00005GXWU
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle
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Format: CD
Alors que Kamelot n'en finit pas de grossir, en proposant un metal certes de qualité, mais un rien convenu, Conception dans lequel Roy Khan a fait ses armes s'échinait à offrir un metal original, intelligent et plein de prises de risques.
Mal leur en a pris, vu l'échec du groupe, et pourtant ce parralel minds a du avoir un petit succès à l'époque, car le metal pratiqué ici plus classique que ce que Conception a composé par la suite.

Un metal classique donc, avec de bons riffs, un excellent chanteur et déjà une bonne dose d'originalité dans un heavy qu'on pourrait presque qualifié de teuton (Water Confines, Parallel Minds, Roll the Fire...)
Des touches prog bien venues (Soliloquy, And I close my eyes...) et une très bonne ballade.

Ben voilà, un super album au final !
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 My Favorite Conception Album 19 septembre 2010
Par untheff - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is my favorite album by Conception with Flow as a close second. Both of those albums represent Conception's perfection of a stage in their evolution. With Last Sunset, they were essentially a power metal band much in the vein of Helloween, With Parallel Minds, they perfected that sound by adding a Pink Floyd-esque progressive element to it and dialing up the songwriting with scathingly clever lyrics that un-apologetically slam modern societal greed and lust for convenience. The message is subtle enough that it doesn't sound preachy, but it is also prominent enough to leave a lasting impression. Torre Ostby is a brilliant songwriter and worthy of being cast in the same league as Stratovarius's Timmo Tolki and his partnership with Roy Khan is a force to be reckoned with.

After this album, Conception would take a new direction with "In Your Multitude" and "Flow" once again with "In Your Multitude" being an experiment and "Flow" being it's perfection. There is no such thing as a bad Conception Album and all are worth owning; even "Last Sunset" is an astonishingly good debut effort and is actually better than all Kamelot albums up until "Fourth Legacy" which it is on par with. Since I know many Kamelot fans will trace Khan's legacy and discover Conception as I have, this is the album I recommend you start with, this is the band's "Epica" if you will. The songs are great, the musicianship is top notch, and Khan's vocals are amazing as always. It's quite simply a masterpiece of music that everyone should own.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Conception : "Parallel Minds" 9 février 2005
Par Masked Jackal - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié

This is an excellent Metal release. Very powerful, and very melodic. A must purchace for any Metal fan. I hear Iron Maiden influences throughout, and some Fates Warning / Queensryche / Angel Dust as well. The vocals are what makes this different, and overall, a unique experience. He sounds smooth, like F. Mercury {Queen}, but with a more Metal edge, very ineteresting indeed....

I love the melodic guitars. I've been a Maiden fan since the early 80's, and these guys make a great Smith / Murray duo attack. Some of the coolest solos I've heard in years....

I'm also convinced that Conception are not just another 80's clone band either, they've got their own style, and even though it's got an 80's feel, it's still fresh...

If you like old-school Metal, and enjoy excellent musicianship, Conception's "Parallel Minds" is the purchace you've been looking for. I only wish I would have bought this ten years ago..
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 I got it for the Kamelot connection, but worthy in its own right. 3 septembre 2010
Par Paul Lawrence - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
OK I admit that I bought this mainly just to check out the early career of Kamelot singer Roy Khan. And in a way I'm not sorry that I did for this is a serviceable enough slice of heavy semi prog. The band members are all suitably young and earnest sounding and the more youthful tones and high notes of Khan circa 1993 are interesting enough. The album isn't overlong, just ten tracks - though why are the lyrics to the songs in the booklet in seemingly random order? Either a quirk of the prog or a quirk of the Norwegian coming out in these chaps!

To my mind the guitars of Tore Ostby really stand out, not in terms of drowning other aspects of the band in the mix, but his use of biting tones and often short, sharp slashing attacks such as on My Decision really caught my ear.

Elsewhere this is put together in terms of cover art, production, mix and overall feel exactly the way you'd expect a slightly out of synch hard rock band from Norway would sound in 1993 if they wanted to look like hard rockers but their fathers LP collection was replete with a thick wad of 70's prog rock albums. This is the sort of album that catches your attention but doesn't quite take you on a real journey once it has your ears. Undeniably a thoughtful band and you can see why it helped to launch two careers (Tore Ostby going on to Ark). In his guide to 90's metal Martin Popoff granted this a score of 9/10, citing how "Led Zeppelin, Diamond Head, fussy Whitesnake, Dream Theatre..." all comes to mind, calling the writing "excellent thought provoking songs of a regal nature".

Due to it's somewhat obtuse listening qualities I rarely throw this on, but I sincerely enjoy it when I do.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A forgotten gem... 27 janvier 2005
Par Pablosa - Publié sur
Format: CD
Now that I've listened to all Conception albums I can properly say that this "Parallel Minds" is their masterpiece. "The Last Sunset" is a good album, too. But, I liked this better. Conception has no bad albums and is just a matter of preferences. With "parallel minds" reached their peak of creativity, a masterpiece from beginning to end. They can be considered the pioneers of the progressive metal wave at the end of the 80s and beginning of the 90s. Endless creativity and

perfect percision and execution are the major ingredients in this album, mixed in such unique perfection taking you in a metal journey, where the maximum pleasure is guaranteed to all you metal lovers. Fast songs, mid tempo, ballads, intrincate rhythms and accurate changes of rhythms are combined here, along with the most melodic solos and perfect choruses, filled with catchy rhythms, without sounding cheesy. The album has no fillers, and each one has something special. What I really liked about

"Parallel minds" is that is not a battle of virtuosism between the musicians with never-ending solos what would result in long and boring songs. There's nothing out of place, and the album doesn't sound repetitive at all. They go directly to the point.

The most important thing of Conception, is not the how fast or how long, it's simply the "how". They take a little of each genre, power metal, heavy metal, progressive metal, sounding very heavy and intense sometimes, or classical other times, but never resigning quality, technique nor beauty.

Conception is the kind of band that you have to listen to have an idea what I'm talking about. Just listen to realize. Too bad they split up!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great, but less ingenious than other Conception albums. 3 avril 2001
Par Lord Chimp - Publié sur
Format: CD
I didn't discover Conception until recently, and it was quite a discovery. The Last Sunset, Conception's impressive debut, featured many typical characteristics of a band's first record. A bit of naiveté, an imbalance between ambition and songwriting, and so on, but nonetheless, it made a good impression. Parallel Minds, Conception's second release, shows the band's budding maturity that would come to full bloom on the subsequent In Your Multitude and especially Flow.
Parallel Minds' rhythms are fairly straightforward, and song diversity is a slight problem, but it's still a great metal album. It has a solid punch of insatiable riffing, fiery tempos, and impassioned vocals (Roy Khan is one of the best voices in metal, in my opinion). The progressive tendencies demonstrated in the debut are more interesting this time around, especially in the 9-minute piece "Soliloquy," which offers a ferocious mix of ardent guitars, piano, and a mix of loud and quiet passages. (But they are NOT a progressive metal band!) Other than the largely acoustic ballad "Silent Crying," most of the tracks are carnivorous metal cuts. Check out the menacing riffs of "Wolf's Lair," the chugging viciousness of "Roll the Fire," or the crushing title track. You'll see what I mean.
If you enjoy Conception, I recommend hunting down their debut, The Last Sunset. I believe it's out of print, but it's worth owning for a complete understanding of this great band.
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