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9 Comments on " Time To Die - Jon Olivas Pain - Maniacal Renderings (CD, Album) "

  • The fourth song “Time To Die” starts without introductions and things like that, it’s one classic heavy song that is stamped in your face. The fifth song is called “The Answer”, it starts softly and it seems a ballad, i think that Jon unfolds his pain in this song more than the others of this album, the chorus is catchy and great too.
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  • Oct 07,  · A beautiful song from the Maniacal Renderings album, released in Jon Oliva's Pain - All The Time - Duration: Alessandro Gibertoni 10, views.
  • JON OLIVA'S PAIN "Maniacal Renderings" (Locomotive) Through the Eyes of the King Maniacal Renderings The Evil Beside You Time to Die.
  • Jon Oliva's Pain, Category: Artist, Albums: Festival, Global Warning, Maniacal Renderings, Singles: Straight Jacket Memoirs, Top Tracks: Through the Eyes of the King, Time to Die, Still I Pray for You Now, Maniacal Renderings, Death Rides a Black Horse, Biography: Jon Oliva's Pain is a band helmed by the ubiquitous vocalist, keyboardist, guitarist, and composer who .
  • Sep 01,  · Those who purchased the EP "Straight-Jacket Memoirs" (released on June 23) know what to expect from "Maniacal Renderings", the follow-up to Jon Oliva's Pain's "Tage Mahal" from Once again we get immersed in the chimaera of mastermind Jon Oliva, who brings up a multitude of topics, some about personal things, others about the omnipresent.
  • It's time for you to die All the twisted things you've done You thought you had the master plan Now it's all caught up to you And still you wonder why I can see right through you brother You're not fooling anyone Now you pay the final price It's time for you to die It's time for you to die It's time for you to die 5. The Answer.
  • Maniacal Renderings Jon Oliva’s Pain. Time To Die Lyrics. 5. The Answer Lyrics. 6. Push It To The More Jon Oliva’s Pain albums Festival.
  • Jon's voice sounds better than ever. There is even a fast rocker called "Push It To The Limit" which is a sibling of White Witch and Washed Out. I can hear a Beatle's influence on some of the lighter tracks. As Jon says in the liner notes, John Lennon was his biggest influence. All in all a strong album from Jon and his friends at the asylum/5(33).