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Artist: Bangalore Choir

Title: Cadence

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2010

Label: AOR Heaven

Catalog Number: AORH00048


Andy Susemihl Guitar
Curt Mitchell Guitar
Danny Greenberg Bass
David Reece Vocals
Hans i'nt Zandt Drums


1.  Wahzoo City  
2.  Power Trippin'  
3.  Martyr  
4.  Livin' Your Dreams  
5.  Survival of the Fittest  
6.  Tomorrow  
7.  Heart Attack and Vine  
8.  Still Have a Song To Sing  
9.  Dig Deep  
10.  Never Say Goodbye  
11.  Sweet Temptation  
12.  High On the Clouds  
13.  Spirits Too the Bleed  
14.  Surrender All Your Love  

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From: the rocker Date: September 16, 2010 at 10:23
Lets see. People expecting On Target part 2 maybe a little disappointed. Not to say a couple of these songs could not have been on the debut. I was not expecting apart 2,(I've learned my lesson with other bands).So,with that said. What a good cd, melodic and catchy. I recommend!

From: cmcasper Date: September 16, 2010 at 12:03
As much as I'd like to take your word for it, I'm probably going to have to listen to this one a few more times, because I just don't hear what you hear, I guess. "On Target" is one of my favorite albums of all-time, and I know that 18 years later, I shouldn't expect the same, but I am not impressed so far. I'm a long way from giving up, though. Maybe a few more times through will change my mind!

From: the rocker Date: September 16, 2010 at 15:22
Every one is different so that's ok. On Target is one of my favs as well. Hopefully it grows on you!

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: September 17, 2010 at 1:15
Great Hard Rock & MHR, "Power Trippin', Martyr, Livin' Your Dreams, Tomorrow, Never Say Goodbye, Spirits Too the Bleed, Surrender All Your Love..." really a Great album, 1 of the best releases this year! 90/100.

From: True Believer Date: September 18, 2010 at 22:01
Their style have changed. Now, their sound is deeper, darker and more mature, the songs are less catchy, but still very interesting. This is an awesome release without weak points (fantastic voice and very inspired guitar work). 9/10

From: CC Date: October 8, 2010 at 7:11
Like has been said, its certainly not On Target pt2, and I doubt many people expected it to be to be honest. Even back in the day, On Target would have been a tough one to follow on from. Eighteen years later David is a different man, I'm sure, but one thing that hasnt changed is Davids great Coverdale-esque voice (thats meant as a compliment by the way, not saying he is a clone etc), and his ability to write strong, catchy melodic rock is still enviable. The album is a bit darker, a bit heavier and a bit more a product of its time, but thats a good thing. If this is what we can expect in the near future when/if any follow ups are recorded, then I for one will not be disappointed.

From: Wardy Date: October 19, 2010 at 2:26
Well said CC, had Bangalore Choir attempted a second album to follow this one back in the day it would've been a challenge even then. Interestingly David informs songs had been written for a followup back then which he'd hoped to include on the recent On Target re-release, but to no avail. Better late than never, we have a followup and while I completely agree it mostly treads different ground to its predecessor, there's plenty familiar BC to enjoy. The songs are strong and to these ears this is a healthy blend of BC and Reece solo (Universal Language), David bringing the band into 2010 with a more raw sound. I don't rate quite every song but the majority of this one kicks and Cadence is one of the strongest melodicrock releases of late. Great to finally have this band back and of course David Reece brings the real strength to the album, those wonderful vocals complete this package, the man sounding as good as he did back when! Highly recommended!

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From: Blue Charvel Date: October 19, 2010 at 8:18
As many others have said, this is definitely NOT On Target Volume II... now that we've got that out of the way, what this IS is a solid rock album from start to finish. As Wardy mentioned, you can definitely hear some similarities between this and the Reece solo project, but that's really not surprising considering not only it's recent release, but it also including Mr. Susemihl's playing and influences. David's voice is more mature, but with maturity comes depth, and no shortage of passion for the material. This is well worth having, along with the recent re-release of On Target IMO.

From: hair metal again Date: October 21, 2010 at 8:26
what a great release is that!surely not as good as "on target" but this has the sound ,the quality and the songwriting that puts it surely among the best releases of recent years!wow!its rockin,groovy and melodic dave s voice is very good and the guitar work astonishing.many good songs like "martyr","tomorrow","sweet temptation" and "never say goodbye'.amazing come back indeed!surely a must have

From: iliketherangers Date: November 11, 2010 at 12:54
Its a little different, slightly more heavier. I can't believe I'm saying this but it is actually better than the first. Great guitar solos, choruses, ANd VOCALS!! Best CD of the year, and best release of Reece since "eat the heat". Buy it, its worth it. 95/100

From: True Believer Date: December 7, 2010 at 20:58
I cannot understand those who rate this album so low. Shame on you, guys!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 25, 2013 at 16:51
It took 18 long years to have BC releasing a new album,obviously times have changed in many aspects including the music business and not a second part of "On Target" came...and that's more than reasonable...a melodic rock album?,yes! and that only term makes you wonder of melodic dom here and there but actually not at all...Reece still kicks a** as a singer but the music direction went quite simple in here IMO..."Tomorrow","Heart Attack And Vine","Dig Deep"(nice),"Sweet Temptation" & "Surrender All Your Love" are my faves...80/100

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