Restricted Area - Realtime
EBM, Electro Swedish Peter Elm is the singer and producer behind Restricted Area and tries in the first track on the album "Something True" to sing nicely, this fails and it's only Lina Edfeldt, back voice, who succeed in keeping the ship floating.

The second track "Alcohol n' downwards" is a gloomy melody and suddenly Peter's voice fits much better than before, but it isn't until the third track "Turn like the devil" that it sounds really good, the song has a good flow.

The album goes on with the hard song in French "Toi et Moi", but after that the album doesn't have much to offer. It feels unconsidered and cheap in some way, it's nothing you raise your eyebrows for instead something you make a wry face over.

"Turn like a devil" and "Toi et Moi" disappears sadly when the rest of the album is boring and slow.
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Brutal Resonance

Restricted Area - Realtime

3.0
"Terrible"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2001 by Life Is Painful Records
Swedish Peter Elm is the singer and producer behind Restricted Area and tries in the first track on the album "Something True" to sing nicely, this fails and it's only Lina Edfeldt, back voice, who succeed in keeping the ship floating.

The second track "Alcohol n' downwards" is a gloomy melody and suddenly Peter's voice fits much better than before, but it isn't until the third track "Turn like the devil" that it sounds really good, the song has a good flow.

The album goes on with the hard song in French "Toi et Moi", but after that the album doesn't have much to offer. It feels unconsidered and cheap in some way, it's nothing you raise your eyebrows for instead something you make a wry face over.

"Turn like a devil" and "Toi et Moi" disappears sadly when the rest of the album is boring and slow. Jan 01 2002

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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