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Artist: Newman

Title: The Art Of Balance

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2010

Label: Chrome Dome Music

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Rob McEwen Drums
Steve Newman Vocals, Guitars, Bass, Keyboards

Mark Thompson-Smith Backing Vocals
Geoff Woonton Backing Vocals


1.  Hero To Zero  
2.  Edge of the World  
3.  Endless  
4.  The Miracle  
5.  Stay With Me  
6.  Tumble Down  
7.  Wish You Well  
8.  Find My Heart  
9.  Your Surrender  
10.  Break It Again  
11.  Forever  
12.  Stronger  

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From: Scottish Blood Date: March 16, 2010 at 12:37
Newman is back! without a dude the best album of Melodic Hard Rock/AOR to date! magic guitars, magic keyboards and the great voice of Steve, the title of the album is perfect "The Art Of Balance" thanks Steve Newman for your music, God bless you!!! Rating 95/100.

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From: Jez Date: March 17, 2010 at 12:22
The first thing about this newie is the opening track 'Hero To Zero'. It starts with an atmospheric intro, about various music stars that have passed, Hutchence, Jacko etc, then BANG! into a killer riff that smacks you straight in the gob, most definitely the heaviest thing I have heard Newman do so far & a great track. The general feel of the whole album is of a much tougher sound in places than previous, which is no bad thing in my book. All the tunes are mostly very good, although apart from the opener, I would say that the album does lack the one real killer track, a comment I have thought previously about other Newman releases to be honest, but that is a minor point when an album is as consistent as this one is. Production is excellent, Mr Newmans puts in an as usual excellent performance on all instrument & overall, this is a very good, strong Newman album, to slot in with the others in his catologue & one that will be getting plenty of airtime in the coming weeks.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: March 20, 2010 at 12:49
Totally agree with Scottish Blood! the best AOR/Melodic Hard Rock to date! Edge Of The World, Endless, Stay With Me, Tumble Down, Wish You Well, Stronger... pure Magic, Newman is Newman no more words! 95/100.

From: hair metal again Date: October 1, 2011 at 7:09
excellent release by NEWMAN with great sound,good musianship and many good songs.i believe that Steve is a fantastic songwriter and this is obvious in every thing he does."stay with me","your surrender" and"forever" are excellent pieces of commercial hard rock and overall this one is a worth buying release

From: rick kerch vzla Date: October 17, 2011 at 22:17
Finally got it directly from Germany!!!...and i must say it rocks!!!...my first Newman album actually ...plenty of goodies to satisfy our ears delightfully!!!!...am i exagerating???...check these ones out:"Hero To Zero"(superb!),"Endless","Stay With Me","Tumble Down"(catchy),"Wish You Well"(the best cut IMHO),"Your Surrender"(catchy chorus),"Forever"(solid ballad) & "Stronger"...highly recommended album by all means...92/100

From: chupeaux Date: January 29, 2013 at 6:05

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