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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Z Records (United Kingdom)
Catalog Number: ZR1997051
|4.||A Million Miles of Road||3:49|
|5.||Was There a Moment||3:37|
|6.||When You Walk Away||4:24|
|8.||Just Like That||4:13|
|9.||Carry Me Home||4:15|
|Total Running Time:||36:59|
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|From: koogles||Date: June 5, 2003 at 14:23|
|Danny reaches back into his Tyketto bag of tricks for some great tunes, like 'Haunted' and 'Just Like That'. I like this CD more than his first solo effort, but at 37 minutes, it's over too soon.|
|From: James||Date: June 5, 2003 at 23:32|
|Oh yeah, this is more like it. much better than his first solo cd. Reminds much more of Tyketto and Waysted this time, which is what i expected from the first one. if you see this cd out somewhere you should pick it up.|
|From: Horacio||Date: June 8, 2003 at 17:27|
|Why everybody seems to be expecting a Tyketto-like stuff? I canīt understand it. Tyketto did a good work but come on, time passes. Donīt judge Dannyīs music today in comparison with the one he did more than ten years ago!!!|
|From: freddy de keyze||Date: June 8, 2003 at 18:45|
|Way too short, and it has not the Tyketto standard. Yes, Horacio, you should compare this to Tyketto. An artist may progress, but not in the wrong direction, I'm afraid. Nothing special this one !|
|From: Rycheage||Date: July 3, 2003 at 16:39|
|No matter what these guys do, the class of vocalist Danny Vaughn and the song writing team of this band shine through. The style is not typical American hard rock, or stright ahead AOR - rather it is a sign of band growing together and maturing. At 9 tracks it comes up a little short on running time, but not on song quality - understandably - there's not a filler amongst them.|
|From: MARK JEVONS||Date: January 17, 2004 at 7:06|
|Great CD very enjoyable and what a great voice.|
|From: manos||Date: February 22, 2005 at 16:53|
|Back to the roots with this one but compared to Tyketto's original staff, lacks of Tyketto's guitar excellence. Songwise, the first 5 tracks are massive, just typical speedy melodic hard rock in the veins of Tyketto, especially 'Haunted' and ''Was There a Moment'. The last 4 tracks differ from the first 5, introducing a more bluesy and native american style, which develops interest for the listener at this point. The duration of the album is perfect, 37 minutes makes it solid and flawless.|
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