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Artist: Santers

Title: Top Secrecy

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Category: AOR

Year: 1999

Label: Point Music (United Kingdom)

Catalog Number: None


Rick Santers lead vocals, electric and acoustic guitars, keyboards
Mark Santers drums, percussion, backing vocals
Rick Lazaroff bass, backing vocals

Live bonus tracks recorded at the Queensbury Arms - May 1, 1982.


1.  Come and Get It  3:23
2.  Top Secrecy  4:03
3.  Leigh Ann  3:57
4.  Dry Your Tears  4:11
5.  Lightning's Gonna Strike  3:48
6.  Heaven on Earth  5:03
7.  Love Back Guarantee  3:30
8.  Never Wanna Let You Go  4:17
9.  Red Sky  3:31
10.  Tearing Us Apart  4:05
11.  Mistreatin' Heart live bonus track  3:10
12.  Time After Time live bonus track  4:51
13.  Back Streets live bonus track  3:22
14.  Shot Down in Flames live bonus track  5:17
15.  The Rapper live bonus track  7:14
Total Running Time:  63:42

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Ed Broadbent Date: December 30, 2001 at 20:49
Great album from the Canadian power trio "Santers". Very melodic hard driving Rock. Great musicianship. The live track are a great bonus. The band was very rambunctious and heavier live than on the studio tracks.

From: PASCAL Date: January 16, 2002 at 11:56

From: Glynn Date: October 13, 2002 at 13:15
Agree with PASCAL - Racing Time is a much better effort- spawning classics some will have heard but maybe not known who it was - "Winter Freeze" , "Road To Morroco" and "Hard Time Lovin' You" are fantastic ! Get it !

From: Rockhead Date: April 26, 2004 at 8:07
Great album form a great band-it reminds me alot of Coney Hatch.

From: TomSawYa Date: November 23, 2004 at 10:55
Im with you - Pascal and Glynn. But I just bought "Cold Fusion", a good compilation also with some previously unreleased old stuff. If you want to have a good survey of their work I can recommend it.

From: 3 Date: February 18, 2005 at 21:04
I've been into santers for a long time. i bought the album guitar alley on a whim because i saw that rik emmett produced it. i was blown away and bought the rest of the catalog (on lp's.) it will be a treat to here some more songs from that period. great band, should've been bigger. in the solo section of mystical eyes there are at least 5 guitars meshing together. awesome/////////////////

From: Nick C Date: February 21, 2005 at 15:49
Now I must admit I think this is the bands weakest album...but it's still pretty cool. Kind of a mix between Racing Time and Guitar Alley. Quite a glossy ... if that's the right word... compared to their previous releases. Leigh Ann is another monster of a song as is the title track, but it just doesn't sit quite right with me. I still think the album is great but a step backward for the band considering what went before.

From: shoemaker Date: November 1, 2007 at 16:06
Not bad. Half of the album are good melodic hardrockers. The other 50% are forgetable.

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