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Artist: John Wetton

Title: Arkangel

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Category: AOR

Year: 1998

Label: Eagle Records

Catalog Number: EAGCD020


John Wetton vocals, bass
Billy Liesgang guitar
Steve Hackett guitar, harmonica
Robert Fripp guitar
Tom Lang drums
Misha Calvin acoustic guitar
Ramon Vega acoustic guitar, vocals
Thomas Radl bass, vocals
Richard Plamer-James guitar, keyboards, programming


1.  The Circle of St. Giles  
2.  The Last Thing on My Mind  
3.  Desperate Times  
4.  I Can't Lie Anymore  
5.  Arkangel  
6.  You Against the World  
7.  Be Careful What You Wish For  
8.  Emma  
9.  Nothing Happens for Nothing  
10.  All Grown Up  
11.  After All  
12.  The Celtic Cross  
13.  Magazines  
14.  Woman  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: koogles Date: May 24, 2003 at 15:29
The former Asia man wheezes and warbles his way though another grandiose AOR set, this one a little more lyrically personal and introspective than his last. Top calibre AOR all the same, with the same mix of moving ballads and bombastic, Asia-style rockers. Personal highlights include 'The Last Thing On My Mind', 'You Against the World', 'Arkangel', 'After All' and 'Take These Tears' (which only appears on the Japanese pressing, but is one of the best bonus tracks I've ever heard.)

From: Ozzy Date: August 20, 2004 at 14:31
Not bad At All, Maybe Just too easy listening...

From: Geoff Date: October 5, 2005 at 8:05
Unfortunately I've heard some really bad albums lately, and this is one of the worst. Bland, boring AOR with totally uninspiring tracks all the way through. Even fans of Mr Wetton, I suspect, would struggle to get through this.

From: z4roxx Date: September 12, 2007 at 10:23
Oh this is boring like MTV videos and more...I always loved his'Battle lines'album(grew up in aor with that one),please let me know if there are another great cd of John Wetton like that disc,thanks!This one will go away in one day ahaha!

From: elljam Date: July 4, 2012 at 5:57
Very dull & easily dismissed after only one listen. The only tracks worth any mention are "Nothing happens for nothing", "Emma", I can't lie anymore" & "Be careful what you wish for". Even those four are nothing special but just sound good compared to the rest of the album. The man can write better songs than this !!!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: September 27, 2012 at 20:49
Not AOR in the real sense of the word but a pleasant album instead...easy listening like Ozziy's comment said above...some good tracks in the shape of "The Last Thing On My Mind","I Can't Lie Anymore","You Against The World"(nice),"Be Careful What You Wish For" & "Nothing Happens For Nothing"...84/100

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