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Titelverzeichnis

Disk: 1

  1. Writing's On The Wall
  2. Stargazer
  3. One Step Closer Away
  4. Oceans
  5. Luxuria
  6. Overload
  7. Coming Back Again
  8. The Watcher
  9. Empty Glass
  10. Wishing You Would Stay
  11. Seven Circles
  12. Overload (Data Track)
  13. Writing's On The Wall (Data Track)
  14. Oceans (Data Track)


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Von 74BassHead am 24. November 2009
Format: Audio CD
Eine CD, die mir bei jedem Hören richtig Spaß macht, weil hier fast durchgängig intensiv gerockt wird! Die Gitarrenriffs sind eher simpel, aber effektiv und voller Energie. Die Songs sind auf das nötigste reduziert und im Vergleich zu anderen Tea Party-Stücken fast schon minimalistisch. Das ganze klingt tatsächlich etwas Sixties-lastig, wobei hier eher Jimi Hendrix als Referenz zu nennen wäre.
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Von Frauke am 15. September 2004
Format: Audio CD Verifizierter Kauf
Die CD gefällt mir wie alle anderen CDs von "The tea party" richtig gut. Toll finde ich bei dieser Band, dass jede CD etwas anders ist. Mal rockiger, mal traurig, mal popig, mal mehr elektronisch, aber man erkennt trotzdem, dass die Songs von einer Band sind. Bei "Seven Circles" geht es mehr ins rockige, wobei auch ein paar ruhigere Songs dabei sind. Ich finde, die CD groovt. Aber auch die orientalischen Einflüsse, die man von "The tea party" kennt, findet man wieder.
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Format: Audio CD
Mitte der 90er Jahre hatte ich das Glück, das damals nahezu unbekannte Tea Party Trio in Berlin live zu erleben - bis heute eines meiner intensivsten und nachhaltigsten Konzerterlebnisse. Seit Splendor Solis verfolge ich die Aktivitäten dieser ausgezeichneten Band, der man zwischenzeitlich alle möglichen Labels umgehängt hat. Da ist von Led Zeppelin und Doors-Anklängen die Rede (und Frontmann Jeff Martin teilt mit Jim Morrison nicht nur die Initialen, sondern auch das Aussehen und die Stimmlage), von Jimi Hendrix und Black Sabbath (nanu?), von indischem Hippie-Rock und was nicht alles. Meines Erachtens stimmt das alles, ohne den Kern tatsächlich zu treffen - es handelt sich einfach um eine ausgezeichnete Rockband ohne Schnörkel, aber mit großem technischen Können. Das zeigt sich auch auf diesem meines Wissens bislang letzten Album - obgleich Tea Party offenbar inzwischen wieder live in Nordamerika auftreten, übrigens mit dem beziehungsreichen Motto 'No Politics, just Rock Music'. Ja, dem ist nichts hinzuzufügen.
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Von Ein Kunde am 17. September 2004
Format: Audio CD
Ich habe nun das neue Werk von The Party Party vorliegen und bin doch enttäuscht, wo sind die tollen Songstrukturen die man von den ersten Alben a,la Led Zeppelin her kennt.
Nichts mehr vorhanden.
Hier geht es nur noch um ein reines Rockalbum, sicherlich
von der Soundqualität sehr gut abgemischt.
Auch die orientalen Einflüsse fehlen, ein reines Mainstreamalbum
Bitte in Zukunft wieder mehr Abwechslung.
Bin leider enttäuscht von dieser sicherlich Klasseband
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Seven Circles 1. Oktober 2009
Von happycritter - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verifizierter Kauf
As of this writing, this is the last album the Tea Party created. Some musical purists may dismiss this album due to it's well-crafted songs, with very strong melodies and hooks that are presented within a very well-produced and polished production. However, it has a great deal of artistic integrity, passion, and a fresh sonic vibe for this band. Fans of the older Tea Party music, and in some ways even Jeff Martin himself have not really embraced this album.

I am a Tea Party fan that goes back all the way to 1993 when I first heard 'Fire in the Head' off of their Edges of Twilight release, and I unabashedly love this album. There are some very cool and ear-candy type songs such as 'Stargazer' that could easily find itself in regular rotation on alt radio stations. Yet if one listens very closely, they will discover some ambiguous yet darker undertones that seem almost paradoxical to the up-tempo and lifting vibe found throughout this song. Again, another great album by the Tea Party that one can listen to from start to finish without feeling compelled to touch their CD player, except to turn it up! Enjoy!
5.0 von 5 Sternen THE BEST BAND AND MUSIC EVER TO EVOLVED FROM "CANADA" 8. November 2016
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verifizierter Kauf
DO I REALLY NEED TO RATE ANY PART OF "THE TEA PARTY"? THE BEST BAND AND MUSIC EVER TO EVOLVED FROM "CANADA", PERIOD!!!!! BUY ONE, ( I RECOMMEND "SPLENDOR SOLIS" 1st!) LISTEN TO IT 5 TIME'S!!!!! THEN YOU DECIDE????? ✌
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2.0 von 5 Sternen What the...? 2. November 2004
Von PhiloNine - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Reviewer's Log, Sunday, Oct 31 11:45 PM

11:46 ...Finished off a hard football Sunday with about a sixer of Hacker-Pschorr, two or three Old Peculiers and lord knows what else. Room spinning. Ready to review new Tea Party disc.

11:48 Detect some mighty hard rockin'. Apparently the writing's on the wall and Jeff and the boys are pissed. Same here.

11:51 Peeeeuuuw! Okay, looks like they decided to sequence the mandatory power-cheeze ballad at the beginning. Good, I hate discovering that darn thing after about 35 minutes. "Requiem" *nearly* ruined _The Interzone Mantras_ for me.

11:57 Clever title, "One Step Closer Away". You are clever Mr. Jeff Martin. You ooze cleverness from each and every blessed Canadian pore.

12:01 What the....passed out for a minute there, thought I heard something about having a drink and a laugh and promising someone an ocean. Must have dreamt that crap, there's no way the Tea Party would write such cliche-ridden tripe. Is there?

12:05 Hmm...it took them *five* songs to get to the morroccan percussion. Something's not right here. "Luxuria" playing standard composition 101 whole-step-key-change-at-the-end-of-song arithmetic...clever, clever Jeff. Stomach feels like alien baby is kicking.

12:07 What? Can't see the CD playlist. Actually, I can see it, five of them, in fact. What is this warmed-over Hoobastank noise behind it though?

12:10 Okay, this is more like it..I think I like this song. We've made the anger in Jeff! But how did we do that after paying $30 for an expensive import of this mediocre album?

12:13 Sweet..."The Watcher." Cower as Jeff Martin harnesses the power of religious metaphor! This doesn't go anywhere towards vindicating these drama queens from pairing with Scott Stapp, but hey, courting the Evanescence Christian Light crowd might be a savvy business move.

12:17 (The blurb for "empty glass" would be here except it was time to get another beer.)

12:20 A duet with Fiona Apple's lawful good twin is not helping matters any.

12:25 Has it really been this long since we heard a guitar solo? Man, I could use a few more minutes of shredding to help wash the taste of fecal matter from my mouth....oh crud, the disc is over.
3.0 von 5 Sternen Mediocre and mundane by Tea Party's standards 27. September 2005
Von Murat Batmaz - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Canadian rockers The Tea Party are surely going to surprise their core fanbase with Seven Circles, their Inside Out debut. I personally know very little about this band, as I've never heard any of their previous discs in their entirety. However, I know what makes this band so special for their dedicated followers: their love for world music, the incorporation of Middle Eastern instruments and melodies to their own sound, and their magical vocal harmonies.

Listening to Seven Circles, I've come to the conclusion that it is by no means a disappointing album for what it is. It has good sound, rocking songs, and admirable musicianship. However, it certainly opts for a more direct and in-your-face type of approach. Gone or reduced is the dark and moody atmosphere on their previous songs. The Middle Eastern flavours are toned down or even nonexistent with a few very short exceptions. The songwriting is more immediate, straying away from any sort of experimentation The Tea Party are known to command. Their songs build on groovy guitar rhythms, fat bass sounds, and curious vocal harmonies courtesy of Jeff Martin. The average Tea Party fan may look down on Seven Circles, but one has to acknowledge Martin's knack for writing hooky melodies and catchy choruses, flawlessly executed on the album starter "Writing's on the Wall", a Led Zeppelin-flavoured classic rock piece, or the more structured "Stargazer", despite its obvious rock leanings, one of those classic Tea Party tunes with a very modern arrangement and sampled electronic sounds.

The band has worked with two different producers on the album, one of them being Bob Rock who handled three of the songs. The Bob Rock influence shows itself on the more polished numbers "Overload" and "The Watcher". The songs are mediocre compared to the other tunes, but "Coming Back Again" does contain some Tea Party characteristics in its scope and features a nice guitar theme, which sadly seems to be missing on most of this record. As a matter of fact, Martin only plays one full solo on Seven Circles, namely the successful title track. It's a long solo over a minute of running time and borrows rich fusion elements. Given its musical context, it really works well wrapped around all those ethnic percussion beats and Eastern textures. The other tune that I like a lot is the ballad "Oceans". This was written in tribute to the band's long-time manager and friend Steve Hoffmann, and whilst the vocals may give you the idea that they needed more production work, I read in several sources that Jeff Martin recorded his vocals at one go and refused to re-sing them, for fear he may not be able to capture the same intensity. I do respect that - and certainly find the sincerity in his voice comes through excellently.

Canadian female singer Holly McNarland guests on "Wishing You Would Stay" and duets with Martin, producing beautiful vocal harmonies. The song could be criticised for its pop standard parameters, but that aside, it is very well written and performed. I have the European version of Seven Circles which features three videos from the band's recent tour. Perhaps not the best place to start with Tea Party, and certainly not as good a classic rock album as, say, Inside Out's other recent outputs, such as the new Spiritual Beggars or King's X. I guess it would be in Tea Party's best interest to churn out a return-to-form album with less polished production and less aim for marketability. They are much better prefered that way.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen I am sorry to say.... 18. Oktober 2004
Von Christian Cavicchio - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Look, I have been in absolute awe of the Tea Prty ever since "Edges of Twilight" came out... before that, "Splendor Solis" a great album... after edges... "Transmission", Hard, aggresive, and different. Then "Triptych" lighter but a great strong album... Then, "Interzone Mantras" dirty gritty recording lots of attack, darker than triptych and unreal..

Now "Seven Circles"? What is this? I am not about to bash these guys they are one of my favorite bands of all time. But Circles is a real let down... It's very ummm well, not like the Tea Party. I completely understand bands grow, change and mold themselves again and again and i am a fan and respect that, when it works. I listen to this album i feel like i am listening to the Goo Goo Dolls.. a very polished recording... production on the drums isn't what it used to be.. the guitar work is a little different.. oh don't get me wrong his talent is still there. That independant sound they have been known for is not present here. Where are the SYNTHS??? where are all those world instruments.. "Luxuria seems to be the only track on the album that resembles the Tea Party. If you are a fan of past albums 1 of them or all, this disc will be a let down.. It's not terrible, or the worst i have ever heard, but i fear this might be the begining of the end when it comes to the Tea Party and myself. Honestly it seems like they tried to conform to a certain genre or style and held themselves back. "Writings on the Wall" has power and force behind it but i still find it a challenge to really like it and listen to it.

I think the Tea Party will lose some of their fan base but in return start gaining a new one and i wish them the best of luck... Get the album listen to it... If you like it that's great... If you don't I am sorry and the best we can do is hope that the next effort by them is better and they get out of this "Seven Circles" downward spiral...

It's a sad time...
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