Unfortunately for us who run Pulmonar Recordables PRV, will have to be politically incorrect with this press, since the material in this second LP of Charger X “Time to Play” shows them, not as merely candidates for an international leap, but directly claims, with no room for doubt, a place in European Metal festivals. Because the sound of this album is first rate, because the poise and skills of the musicians within the boundar- ies of Heavy Metal genre is outstanding and because they have songs, is not just a Compact Disc of indisput- able musical correction. Charger X has compositions would delight in Wacken, in Milan, even in England. Needless to say it also does it with the Argentine public that knows Metal of the purest tradition and refined strain. We really costs continue highlighting the successes of this LP for a touch of humility, but could go on and say that the voice (in English and well toned pronounced) is heavy and personal. Guitar draws riffs and solos in the style of the great masters of the instrument and the foundation bass-drums is lethal, overwhelming, as the audience likes worldwide. If it is not well enough they shut this collection of hymns with two captive versions, one which confirms what has been said here, “Under Fire” and the other a pearl classic from the film Top Gun “Danger Zone”. “Time To Play” is an urgent calling to global ears of Heavy Metal. Charger X put second gear and still sweeping roads. We give the vehicle in order to catch people humbly. Nothing more, just listen to the evidence.