Full title: Reroute To Remain - Fourteen Songs Of Conscious Insanity. Backcover cat NB 624-2 Spine cat 22 CD cat NB 1058-2. Label Code: LC 07027. The only regret I think the band had was Cloud Connected which they remixed for the EP that came out after this. That remix has a much better mix. Reply Notify me Helpful. Marketplace 0 51 For Sale from €. 0.
Album Name Reroute to Remain. Released date 02 September 2002. Labels Nuclear Blast. Music StyleMelodic Death. Members owning this album673. 1. Reroute to Remain.
I’ll admit that Reroute to Remain was my first In Flames album. Trigger was catchy as hell, and it still retained some of Anders Fridén’s former shrieks, which I enjoyed ( I am running from something I don’t know, I am. those growls), and the song finally built its way up to a definitely well-done melodic chorus. Upon purchasing the album, my original reaction was missed. I could see why many fans or In Flames’ old works were disappointed. Overall, Reroute to Remain continues where Clayman left off, only with some new changes. While Clayman was packed with dual-guitar harmonies bursting with melody, Reroute to Remain only contains a few. The most notable guitar harmony is probably in the intro of the titular track. While Clayman featured Anders growling much more harshly, Reroute featured the same Anders, growling just as harsh, but with a slightly higher-pitched voice.
Features Song Lyrics for In Flames's Reroute To Remain album. In Flames Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.
Reroute to Remain is one of the best (if not the single best) album in the world. Each song has its own atmosphere and In-Flames-sness that it merits. The riffs are extremely heavy and catchy, the vocal work is the best to date, and the drumming can get you to headbang for intense sessions. In fact, aside from the final song, which is bit of a dumbed-down sell-out of a tune (One suspects that it was tacked on at the end as an afterthought),the songs (Even the quieter ones) all groove with an immense, frost-bitten majesty. As I listened to Reroute To Remain, I found myself getting lost in the band's dreamworld time and time again, only to be awakened by the alarm clock that is the last track. Just as they did with their four previous studio monoliths, In Flames keep finding ways to make their unique alloy work.
Album (Studio full-length).
|A1||Reroute To Remain||3:53|
|A7||Dawn Of A New Day||3:40|
|B10||Dismiss The Cynics||3:38|
|B14||Black And White||3:33|
|NB 624-2, 6624-2||In Flames||Reroute To Remain (CD, Album)||Nuclear Blast, Nuclear Blast||NB 624-2, 6624-2||US||2002|
|none||In Flames||Reroute To Remain (17xFile, MP3, Album, 320)||Good Fight Music||none||2010|
|NB 624-1, 27361 66241||In Flames||Reroute To Remain (LP, Album, TP, W/Lbl)||Nuclear Blast, Nuclear Blast||NB 624-1, 27361 66241||Germany||2002|
|NB 624-2, NB 1058-2, 27361 66242||In Flames||Reroute To Remain (CD, Album, RP)||Nuclear Blast, Nuclear Blast, Nuclear Blast||NB 624-2, NB 1058-2, 27361 66242||Germany||Unknown|
|RR MC-4749745||In Flames||Reroute To Remain (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||Revers Records||RR MC-4749745||Russia||2002|