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2.39 | 5 ratings | 2 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2001

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Vital Signs 2000 (3:11)
2. As One (4:07)
3. The Hunted (Hunter-Killer Remix) (3:52)
4. Dysgenics (Live) (6:10)
5. Point Of No Return - Mute Requiem (Live) (5:30)
6. Element Of The Ensemble (From Self-Titled Demo, 1995) (2:56)
7. Sons Of Greed (From Self-Titled Demo, 1995) (5:22)
8. Vital Signs (From Self-Titled Demo, 1995) (5:01)
9. Sadness (From Self-Titled Demo, 1995) (4:45)

Total Time 40:56

Line-up / Musicians

- Arie Itman / guitars,vocals,violin
- Bart Frydrychowicz / guitar,vocals
- Remy Beauchamp / bass,vocals
- Yanic Bercier / drums

Releases information

Released by Skycraper Music in 2001. Includes Multimedia CD-ROM with Dysgenics video.

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QUO VADIS Passage In Time ratings distribution

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Review by UMUR
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2 stars Passage In Time is a compilation album from Canadian technical extreme metal act Quo Vadis. Itīs a collection of re-recordings, live versions and demo tracks. Quo Vadis play technical thrashy death metal which at times remind me of Death.

Vital Signs 2000 is a re-recording of a demo track from Quo Vadis self-titled demo from 1995 and itīs one of the more interesting songs on this compilation album. Iīm not sure but I think As one is a new song and itīs in the typical thrashy death metal style. The Hunted (Hunter-Killer Remix) is a remix of The Hunter song from Quo Vadis second album Day Into Night (2000). Dysgenics and Point of No Return - Mute Requiem are live versions of the two songs also from Day Into Night. Pretty good live versions IMO. The last four songs on Passage In Time is from the self-titled 1995 demo. The songs have been re-mixed and re-mastered.

The musicianship is as usual very good.

The production varies as the newly recorded studio songs have great sound. The live songs have a pretty good sound and the demo songs have good demo quality sound.

Passage In Time is a fan release and newcommers to Quo Vadis should not start here. Itīs very seldom that I find compilation releases with demo material and re-recorded versions of old songs interesting and that is also the case with Passage In Time. 2 stars is all I can give.

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3 stars This album is, in essence, only a new song, live versions, the 1st demo and a newer version. On Track 1 we found a newer version of "Vital Signs", called now "Vital Signs 2000", in which we found they cut off the calm-down (soothe) intro founded in the original one. Since we found the original v ... (read more)

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