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Freakshow

Dukes Of The Orient

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1.1
The Dukes Return
Dukes Of The Orient
5:01
1.2
The Ice is Thin
Dukes Of The Orient
6:00
1.3
Freakshow
Dukes Of The Orient
4:29
1.4
The Monitors
Dukes Of The Orient
4:39
1.5
Man of Machine
Dukes Of The Orient
7:37
1.6
The Last Time Traveller
Dukes Of The Orient
6:46
1.7
A Quest for Knowledge
Dukes Of The Orient
5:52
1.8
The Great Brass Steam Engine
Dukes Of The Orient
5:04
1.9
When Ravens Cry
Dukes Of The Orient
6:54
1.10
Until Then
Dukes Of The Orient
7:55
Total Playing Time    60:17
Dukes of the Orient release their eagerly anticipated second album, Freak Show. The band’s sophomore album follows their impressive self-titled debut, which successfully launched the new international AOR with a touch of Mid-Atlantic Prog band. Dukes of the Orient is a collaboration between vocalist John Payne (ex-ASIA, GPS) with keyboardist Erik Norlander (Last in Line, Lana Lane, Rocket Scientists). Payne’s powerful arena-seasoned vocals carry soaring melodies and lush harmonies over the sea of classic synthesizers and keyboards artfully painted with Norlander’s signature sonic palette.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Frontiers Records s.r.l. Studio Masters

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