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CD Reviews
Burden Of Truth
Review by Greg Olma
I was a bit concerned receiving this CD to review. I have been a fan of Zak Stevens since I first heard him in Savatage.
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Delusions Of Grandeur
Review by Greg Olma
Zak Stevens has returned with a new disc that sees him experimenting a little with newer sounds.  I really liked his last CD Burden Of Truth but I'm glad he has decided to expand his music a little.
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Interviews
Circle II Circle
Interview by Greg Olma
Interview with Zak Stevens of Circle II Circle from 2007
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Circle II Circle
Interview by Greg Olma
Interview with Zak Stevens from Circle II Circle From 2007
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Trans-Siberian Orchestra began as a side-project of Savatage, a progressive metal band led by Jon Oliva and Paul O’Neill.  TSO’s first single, in fact, appeared first on the Savatage album Dead Winter Dead. 
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Trans-Siberian Orchestra - Christmas Eve and Other Stories
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Whenever I see one of these sets – they have the Wacken Festival every year and always release it for video later – I am amazed at the range of sounds presented.


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