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Category: Melodic Rock
Label: Art of Melody Music/Burning Minds Group
Catalog Number: AOM014
|2.||Friends in Time||Listen|
|6.||Only Wounds Remain||Listen|
|8.||Shelter from the Rain||Listen|
|9.||Weaker than Before||Listen|
|10.||Shadows and Lies||Listen|
|11.||Gone CD version exclusive track||Listen||Cover: Dion Bayman|
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|From: michaelmouseboxer||Date: March 31, 2023 at 5:21|
|Streetlore is an ambitious project that mixes the European AOR sound with an overload of contributing vocals. An album like this runs the risk of feeling like a sampler, but the songwriting is consistent and the singers are directed in a fairly uniform manner. For better or worse, no one song is trying to hijack the album. The Dave Rox opener is the fastest and heaviest track, while the instantly-recognizable Tom Satin, Jesus Espin and Dion Bayman deliver moderately catchy radio hits. My pick of the album is Terry Brock's mid-tempo "Crossroad" - a good choice of single. "Only Wounds Remain" and "Shelter from the Rain" are the odd ones out, because while the songs aren't that different from the others, Stefano Leonetti and Eric "Soul Seller" Concas have a contrasting style of singing. Nothing here blows me away, but really nothing turns me off, either. Definitely worth a listen!|
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