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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Escape Music (United Kingdom)
Catalog Number: ESM237
|1.||Smash It Up Lee Small, Mat Sinner, Magnus Karlsson|
|2.||Reality Toby Hitchcock, Mike Slamer|
|3.||Homeland Rob Moratti, Martin Kronlund|
|4.||Going Away James Christian, Tommy Denander, Martin Kronlund|
|5.||Gotta Move Ralf Scheepers, Christian Wolff, Tommy Denander|
|6.||How Long Lee Small, Martin Kronlund|
|7.||Shake Mike DiMeo, Martin Kronlund|
|8.||Fighter Terry Brock, Steve Newman|
|9.||Dancing Days Niklas Swedentorp, Coldspell members|
|10.||Stand Up For Love Chris Antblad with JAVA Gospel Choir|
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|From: andi||Date: March 14, 2012 at 6:11|
|Great Voice like first and second Album...but not really big Highlights...Best Song Dancing Days!!|
|From: antrazit||Date: March 26, 2012 at 12:45|
|Without a doubt this is the weakest Tom's project album. Lack of melodies and ideas 70/100|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: April 11, 2012 at 22:58|
|Decent album with kinda "normal" rock songs IMO...my faves are "Homeland","Gotta Move" & "Stand Up For Love"(the best cut for me and the only one with an AOR flavour)...a good list of guests that could be like a "wet dream" for many persons but only ends up to be a kid's fairy tale...86/100|
|From: metalmaniac777||Date: May 28, 2012 at 13:48|
|There is absolutely nothing phenomenal about this CD; hell, there isn't even anything particularly GOOD about this CD. Most of these songs are as boring as watching a chick-flick marathon on the Lifetime Channel, with only a couple of tunes sparky enough to pull you out of the fog of somnambulanece this release generates. If you absolutely must listen to this album, drink several cans of Red Bull first so you'll have a shot at staying awake.|
|From: aTomiK||Date: July 25, 2013 at 3:33|
|Surprisingly good. Of course it canīt beat the glory days Phenomena discs but itīs not bad either. Lee Small is excellent, Mike DiMeo rocks the house with "Shake" and Terry Brockīs "Fighter" is among the best songs made in 2012. Keep the fire burning Tom!|
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