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Insomniac's Dream
Insomniac's Dream
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
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2003 release for the melodic hard rock band features seven tracks, 'Immortal', 'Shattered', 'Nutshell', 'Freaking Out' (Chris Vrenna Remix), 'The Way You Like It' (Sam 'Sever' Citrin Remix), 'Do What You Want To Do' (Liv...  more »


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All Artists: Adema
Title: Insomniac's Dream
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Arista
Release Date: 10/22/2002
Album Type: Enhanced, EP, Explicit Lyrics
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
Styles: American Alternative, Hard Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 078221478625


Album Description
2003 release for the melodic hard rock band features seven tracks, 'Immortal', 'Shattered', 'Nutshell', 'Freaking Out' (Chris Vrenna Remix), 'The Way You Like It' (Sam 'Sever' Citrin Remix), 'Do What You Want To Do' (Live), & 'Giving In' (Radio Mix). Arista.

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fpsgamer2003 | Kingston, NY USA | 02/18/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)

"I am a big fan of adema and was excited to see this CD. First off let me say that of the seven tracks three are unreleased. Adema is one my most favorite CDs and im a big fan of remixes so i was glad to see some remixes on this CD. However these weren't that great. The Remix for Freaking Out was mediocre at best. The only thing that was really changed was the instrumentals, the vocals are in the same order, and the new instrumentals didn't sound that much different from the original.However, the remix for The Way You Like It was better. It too had nothing rearranged and the vocals were not changed however the new instrumentals were better, and new effects such as echos and dj scratching were added. The three new tracks are Very good because they were made by adema, unlike the remixes. They overall sound very good. Both Immortal and Shattered are the traditional Hard-Rock. However, Nutshell shows a little bit of thier softer side. The Live track is just like any other live track and the radio edit for Giving In is just Giving In with no curse words. The CD says that there are three videos on the CD, one of which is for Immortal, but i wasn't able to find them. Anywat great for an Adema fan, but you should try Adema first."
Adema whets our appetites with a handful of offerings.
Jeffrey Kelley | Okemos, MI USA | 01/05/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)

"For every fan of Adema who can't wait to get their hands on a new album, this EP is a good way to ease the tension. With two new songs, "Immortal" and "Shattered", an Alice in Chains cover, "Nutshell", and a handful of re-released tracks, it's a short little listen.1. "Immortal"
This song is a good way to start off, considering that it's one of only two new songs. This song shows the direction Adema's heading in, and boy, is it a good one.2. "Shattered"
Similar to "Immortal", this song is a good sign of things to come. If Adema's next album sounds like this, it'll be at the top of my "to-buy" list.3. "Nutshell" (Alice in Chains cover)
This song is, well, different. Mike Chavez II, the lead singer, doesn't really have an acoustic-friendly voice, but this song still deserves some merit.4. "Freaking Out" (Chris Vrenna Remix)
This song, which was one of my favorites on the self-titeld album, loses nothing in the remix, and gains nothing.5. "The Way You Like It" (Sam "Sever" Citrin Remix)
For those of you who are like me and have heard "The Way You Like It" a million times, this remix is very, very refreshing. It provides a whole different rhythm, and is a very worthwhile listen for any Adema fan.6. "Do What You Want to Do" (Live)
The obligatory live track, this is a very good live Adema recording (as opposed to some awful ones I've heard).7. "Giving In" (Radio Mix)
I'm not really sure why this song is on here... probably just to increase the number of tracks on the CD. But, here it is, the same song from the self-titled, just censored.So, who should buy this album? If you don't have Adema's self-titled debut album, buy it instead. However, if you have it and love it, then this CD is a great buy."
Not bad
Kitana | Tamworth, england | 06/05/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"To be honest, I only started to get into Adema, when I heard Immortal on Mortal Kombat:DA.

Not bad, although Unstable is the better album."