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Artist: Silence

Title: Sound of the Rain

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1994

Label: Ceg Records

Catalog Number: 83074 98782

Personnel

Robert M. Sanders lead vocals, electric and acoustic guitars, keyboards, harmonica, bass
Dave Curnow drums, percussion, vocals
Billy Schlitter bass, vocals, electric and acoustic guitars, keyboards
Scary Larry G. electric and acoustic guitars, classical guitar, vocals

Tracks

1.  Sound of the Rain  
2.  Walk Away  
3.  Workin for the Man  
4.  Waiting to Happen  
5.  All the Tears  
6.  The Pain  
7.  Shanna  
8.  Outta Smokes bonus track  
9.  Silence  
10.  Mistreated  
11.  Chance of a Lifetime  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: TIM Date: April 28, 2002 at 19:52
I don't think these guys could make up their mind who they wanted to sound like. The talent was there, but they needed more focus.

From: Geoff Date: September 6, 2004 at 2:26
I hear ya Tim. I was almost sick to the stomach at the sound of the first song, and there is plain and simply some atrocious moments here. But aside from those, the rock is average at best anyway. Not a very good release at all... okay though, when they stick to rock.

From: 780'sRocked Date: February 2, 2008 at 6:30
I enjoy this one! One of the local bands 'round these parts, which had different influences/vibes! I like bands that play with different styles, tempos and with some humor, too! Does humor belong in music - F.Z. I can/do relate to these songs/music! "The Pain" is quite good!

From: Delbert Date: February 2, 2008 at 19:13
Well guys....I think it depends on what listening mood you're in. With smooth harmony vocals, good songwriting, and sharp musicianship, how these guys have remained in the shadows so long is beyond me. This is polished melodic hard rock, in the vein of CHRYZTYNE, VOYAGER or RAW TRIXX.


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