Label: Samum Publishing - SPCD003 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock, Symphonic Rock
Tongues of Flame II - Lost World Band - Solar Power (CD, Album)

The Triquetra is the third guitar in the Tongues of Flame line. Designed as a birthday gift for the guitarist (Garret Thorne of Minus The Star), it came with a few specific parameters. Those commissioning it (his wife and friends) wanted the Chinese characters that are painted on the musician’s guitar case (peace, beauty, health, and.

Emerging in the mid-'90s, the band hit their stride in with the release of their more alternative metal-leaning sixth studio effort, Reroute to Remain. Subsequent offerings such as A Sense of Purpose (), Siren Charms (), and I, The Mask () continued to finetune the formula, drawing both commercial and critical acclaim, and.

An original Brother recording. For this album (recorded in the USA) the group 'The Flames' (originally from South Africa) changed their name and the name of the album to 'The Flame' in order not to be confused with James Brown's 'Famous Flames'. When the album was released in South Africa, however, the name was changed back to 'The Flames' (for /5(3).

Biography by Leon Jackson. + Follow Artist. As musicians, the Flames broke the mold in almost every way. Of East Indian extraction, they were the only non-African soul group performing in South Africa; they lived in Durban, not Jo-burg; recorded. Read Full Biography.

 · In Flames’ second album is Lunar Strain’s streamlined successor, condensing the album’s sometimes conflicting elements into a coherent opus. The band’s melodic guitars gel perfectly with the high-octane performance of new drummer Björn Gelotte, while the acoustic elements are emphasised only to ramp up the excitement of the next riff.

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  1. The Flames were a South-african band incl. later famed guitarist Blondie Chaplin, who played with The Beach Boys and The Rolling Stones. Moved to London in and then to California in They recorded the album "The Flame" under the supervision of .

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