Future Trail - Breaking New Ground
Electro After the 2004 debut album 'Breaking New Horizons', the German band Future Trail returns with 'Breaking New Grounds'. The album starts with the intro that have the same name as on the cover and it drags you right into album which is filled with great melodies topped with the vocals of Mel, which are very addictive. The album itself holds several highlight like the track "Panic" which is the hardest track on the album and suited for every darker dance floor. "Panic" is a duet with Dirk Steyer of Accessory and his aggressive vocals combine really well with the dreamy vocals of Mel. Another personal favorite is "Never Farewell" which builds nicely to a climax with strings and choirs.

All in all 'Breaking New ground' is an album that will do well at home listening on your stereo but holds some great dance floor tracks as well. The album ends with "Satellite", which is one of the best Depeche Mode cover I have heard recently.
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Future Trail - Breaking New Ground

8.0
"Great"
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Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2009 by Rupal Records
After the 2004 debut album 'Breaking New Horizons', the German band Future Trail returns with 'Breaking New Grounds'. The album starts with the intro that have the same name as on the cover and it drags you right into album which is filled with great melodies topped with the vocals of Mel, which are very addictive. The album itself holds several highlight like the track "Panic" which is the hardest track on the album and suited for every darker dance floor. "Panic" is a duet with Dirk Steyer of Accessory and his aggressive vocals combine really well with the dreamy vocals of Mel. Another personal favorite is "Never Farewell" which builds nicely to a climax with strings and choirs.

All in all 'Breaking New ground' is an album that will do well at home listening on your stereo but holds some great dance floor tracks as well. The album ends with "Satellite", which is one of the best Depeche Mode cover I have heard recently.
Jan 02 2010

Ed Roos

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