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|From: TIM (2)
||Date: June 3, 2004 at 7:44|
|Killer stuff from these top Aussies. This is their best CD, and "Our Empire Falls" should've been a massive hit single if there was any justice. Really underrated poppy-AOR, and if you find this anywhere don't pass it up.
||Date: October 18, 2009 at 12:50|
|very catchy melodic rock! Nice vibe
||Date: June 27, 2010 at 1:34|
|another good album from the choirboys midnight sun, empire falls,rendevous are great songs underrated album for sure
||Date: January 31, 2011 at 2:18|
|This is probably the highlight right here, while Big Bad Noise made a more substantial dent in the Australian rock market thanks in no small part to the hit Run to Paradise, this was the big bucks bonanza the guys heading to the states to record and produce and it shows, both the sound and songs are of the highest order. The rocking title track kicks off in fine fashion and the tracks keep coming, Empire and Rendezvous incredible singles, Place With No Love one of the finest ballads period (yes that good), Rise Up was just itching to be a soundtrack closer, Only in America rather heavy, Romance Street yet another ballad any hard rock band of the day would die for... Seriously frustrated me when this one didn't launch em stateside, the sound was there the songwriting perfect featuring both fun and thought provoking lyrics... vocals sublime... easily a top5 for its year and Midnight Sun remains a regular rotation for me even to this day - EVERY track delivers. Highly Recommended 90%
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