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Artist: Sure Conviction

Title: 54 and Change

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Sure Conviction 54 and Change Album Cover

 

Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1997

Label: Get Ready

Catalog Number: SC0777-2

Personnel

Heath Dornon bass
Kurt Heinzman lead and backing vocals
Matt Liffengren rhythm and acoustic guitars
Paul Liffengren keyboards, piano, backing vocals
Jimmy Rojas drums
Jeff Rye lead and rhythm and acoustic guitars, background vocals

Tracks

1.  Are You There?  4:06
2.  I Can't Explain  5:00
3.  I Need You  5:01
4.  Thru the Night/More Than a Feeling  6:43
5.  Where Do You Go?  4:10
6.  Sacrifice  6:33
7.  Change  4:58
8.  Quiet Place  4:58
9.  The Journey  4:18
10.  Power of One  4:27
  
Total Running Time:  50:14

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From: Rycheage Date: June 22, 2003 at 14:20
Sure Conviction are another band to be giving music fame a shot through an independent release.Good American melodic hard rock, with a traditional feel that also embraces a more 90's feel. The playing is quite technical and varies considerably, although I would be hesitant to compare them to a prog act like Dream Theater.If you have an open mind for new music, then please take some time to track down a copy of this.

From: Dean Date: March 14, 2004 at 10:48
Rycheage- is this one as mellow as the other two? Those were way too commercial for me(as is most AOR) Besides that i thought alot of the leads on the first two were really good. Very good for what they do.

From: aorteto Date: January 4, 2007 at 16:36
This is like DEPARTURE with a modern approach, and I love it because the singer is great and the vocal harmonies are stunning. The only problem here for me is the production.


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