Disciple - Scars Remain (Special Edition)

Published Thursday 22nd November 2007
Disciple - Scars Remain (Special Edition)
Disciple - Scars Remain (Special Edition)

RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 32861-13200
LABEL: ION 000768425220
RELEASE DATE: 2007-09-30
RRP: £14.99

Reviewed by Dan Desmond

There have been an abundance of Special Editions coming out over the past few years, Disciple add to that list with a revamped version of the nine squares rated 'Scars Remain'. After seeing what was added to this re-release, I was left a little disappointed. The additional track "Things Left Unsaid" is solid enough and perhaps might have fitted onto the original album quite nicely. There are also four acoustic remakes of songs from the original album, including "After The World", "My Hell", "Things Left Unsaid" and "Love Hate" but, in truth, they are quite average stripped down fare. There is nothing wrong with them, but there's nothing really new to make them standout. Normally, what makes a good re-release is a good quality DVD in addition to the album. However, all you are given are two music videos for the tracks "After The World" and "Scars Remain" which could easily be found on web sites like Youtube.com. As great as the album 'Scars Remain" is, this version adds little to it.

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Product Description
This special edition includes additional content sure to satisfy old and new Disciple fans. Scars Remain Special Edition includes the original album
songlist, in addition to acoustic recordings of: After The World, Love Hate, My Hell and Dive plus a bonus DVD featuring new music vides for After The World and Scars Remain.

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