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Dream Eaters

by Madein

A journey through a dream’s descontruction process.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. A Ballad from a Killer
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2. Bony Bird
4:46 $1.49
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3. Lonely Leaders Always Lose
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4. History (The Rest Is...)
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5. Dream Eaters
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6. The Game
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7. Hold on February
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8. The Castaway
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9. Tunnels
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10. Commandments
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11. Gravity
4:38 $1.49
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Succeeding "Like Growing Waves", "Dream Eaters" is the second album of the Portuguese band. The album produced by Raúl Velasco, begins where "Like Growing Waves" ends.

It is possible to notice an evolution in the style of the band and a greater homogeneity in the compositions. The songs are heavier in theme and character, but never neglecting the melodic and harmonious part that make MadeIN a special and unique project.

In "Dream Eaters" there is a main theme throughout the songs: the difficulties that "other" more powerful cause to the "dreamers" and those who try to do what they like most in their life. We can notice this in songs such as "Bony Bird", "Dream Eaters", "The Game" and "Commandments".

Although this is the main theme of the album, the band also conveys a message of hope to those who want to reach their dreams. With "Dream Eaters", MadeIN hope to positively influence these dreamers

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