Seven Circles

Century Media Records Ltd.
Release date
1 Jan 2010
Running length
11 tracks
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1 Writing's On The Wall 2:41 8,969
2 Stargazer 4:11 9,081
3 One Step Closer 3:49 326
4 Oceans 4:36 6,506
5 Luxuria 4:26 5,692
6 Overload 3:54 5,245
7 Comming Back Again 4:45 155
8 The Watcher 4:17 4,960
9 Emty Glass 3:16 154
10 Wishing You Would Stay 4:12 5,271
11 Seven Circles 5:05 4,753

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  • CannedMango

    I don't get the hate for this album. Yes, it's an album where they aimed more for a mainstream sound in a desperate attempt to stay together, but even though they weren't using the same arrangement of instruments, they showed that their raw talent still overcomes all obstacles. The Writing's on the Wall, Stargazer, Oceans, Luxuria, Coming Back Again, and all the rest... this album still kicks ass. The Tea Party can't help but succeed no matter what limitations they place on themselves. I can't wait to hear what new stuff they put out.

    4 May 2012 Reply
  • Prognosis_X

    I find this album to be terrific, myself.

    18 Dec 2010 Reply
  • sevenlee7

    Overall, I was always quite disappointed with this album. Apart from "Writing's on the Wall" and "Luxuria" I didn't really get into it.

    30 Aug 2010 Reply
  • Wolfmoss

    Damn Bob Rock, he did the same to The Tea Party as he did to Metallica :( If he likes generic radio rock so much why doesn't he just form his own band so he doesn't have to water down any more artistically creative and original bands grrrrr!

    27 May 2010 Reply
  • Fallingup1986

    It's probably their most accessible and concise album. But really is that a bad thing? Compared to their other albums, I see how it fall shorts, but really on it's own it has a lot of great songs. For me them doing straight up rock is as magical as the middle eastern and electronic experimentation. All in all a great album to finish of the life of the band with.

    27 Nov 2009 Reply
  • spiteface

    I really didn't think much of this album when I first listened to it. Been giving it a second chance recently and I can find quite a bit of good in it.

    16 May 2009 Reply
  • nanjamonja

    Not that bad, but not that good either. Fun to listen to once in a while, but lacks power and imagination.

    27 Dec 2008 Reply
  • Galinor

    It's a little too catchy for an The Tea Party album, but that doens't mean that it's worse than the other ones. It's just the last path The Tea Party was walking and I think they did it in a good way.

    8 Nov 2008 Reply
  • leandromargoto

    Seven Circles was the first Tea Party album that i heard. And i like it very much. Am i crazy? :P Then, I heard Transmission. It's very different.

    27 May 2008 Reply
  • rpd0706

    Pretty disapointing, but Luxuria is really nice. If the whole album would have been like that, it would have been great.

    31 Oct 2007 Reply
  • OneWorldDestiny

    i agree that people shouldn't start with this one but still some songs make it, the watcher being my fav.

    19 Sep 2007 Reply
  • vaguerant

    Horrible, horrible album. If you're looking into the Tea Party, The Edges of Twilight, Transmission or TRIPtych are probably the best places to start.

    7 Jul 2007 Reply

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