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Category: CCM Hard Rock
Year: 1994
Label: Self-released
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Rating: 8.18 out of 10. (17 ratings)

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Dale Thompson vocals, bass
Troy Thompson guitar, bass
Steve Childers drums
Stephan Rolland drums
1.  We Got the Rhythm  3:22
2.  Who Killed the Rock Hero  3:27
3.  Get Away  3:14
4.  What's the Point  4:43
5.  Stand Up and Shout  3:03
6.  West of the Moon  2:16
7.  Spell House  3:16
8.  To Make You Think It's Real  3:04
9.  Heroes  3:31
10.  Now He is Gone  3:21
11.  Remember Me  4:25
12.  Now You See Me Now You Don't  3:08
13.  All Hallow's Eve  2:38
14.  Slipping Into the Light  3:01
15.  We Are Going to Make It  3:38
16.  Forever in the Darkness  2:56
17.  He's the Flyer  3:39
18.  Follow Your Heart  4:24
19.  I Can Fly Now  3:38
20.  Melissa  3:17
Total Running Time:  68:01

Existing comments about this CD

From: kevensyle   (IP unknown) Date: April 9, 2002 at 11:08
I've not heard this album (shockingly enough, since I'm a huge Bride fan), but I've heard early material from Bride (which I've heard is very similar). I'd like to get some Matrix material someday. Lost Reels I & II are some of my favorite albums (if you wanna call them that) from Bride!!!
From: MetalGeek   (IP unknown) Date: April 9, 2002 at 19:08
I had a compilation CD at one time with an old Bride track on it called "Look At Me Now", which I think dates back to this period. Sounded a lot like Ratt, which isn't a bad thing, but not great. They went on to do much better albums, although I understand they're now on the Limp Bizkit rap-metal tip now. Sheesh!
From: Tom   (IP unknown) Date: June 3, 2002 at 16:29
This is really a fans-only type release. For heaven's sake, don't make this your first exposure to the band that would later become Bride. This CD is okay. There are some good moments, but there are far too many songs that are just bad. The production stinks. The only decent songs are tracks 1, 2, 4, and 15.
From: GroovyLime   (IP unknown) Date: September 3, 2004 at 18:01
Only recommended for Bride fans that what to hear where they came from. Matrix had a lot of energy and fun songs, but lacked production, direction, and (dare I say) talent.
From: Signet   ( Date: March 15, 2011 at 12:26
I've never understood how anyone, especially a fan of Dale and Troy's music could possibly dislike this or any other Matrix work. I have The Matrix Years (a similar compilation), and it's probably the one album I listen to more than any other. I'll say it once, since it should be obvious: MATRIX ROCKS!!!

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