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Category: Melodic Rock
Label: Escape Music
Catalog Number: ESM216
|1.||The Sky Is Falling|
|5.||It's Over (I Was Gonna Tell You Tonight)|
|6.||Angels Don't Cry|
|7.||If You Love Her|
|8.||House of Love|
|9.||Don't Ever Give Your Heart Away|
|10.||One More Chance|
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|From: aorluver||Date: January 4, 2011 at 13:44|
|I like most Liar. The axework can't possibly get any better.The riff is somewhat similar to Judas' Grinder. 6th is fine too, 3rd can be confused with a Heart ballad. The rest -average of its genre. Generally- a nice listen|
|From: aorluver||Date: January 4, 2011 at 13:46|
|Oh yes : the 5th is similar to Heart ,and not the 3rd. Sorry.|
|From: mikey2k||Date: April 29, 2011 at 4:19|
|WOW! I picked this cd up after purchasing Shining Line's debut album. I originally picked it up because of Robin Beck's contribution on track 5 and I love Robin so of course I had to hear it and Mikael Erlandsson's track "Angels Don't Cry" and Rob Moratti's track "House Of Love"...I actually had this cd for months before I actually listened to the whole thing through and "House Of Love" is my favorite track on the whole album, but there are quite a few tracks on this album that stand out. Tracks 4-9 are really awesome and rock pretty heavy...the other tracks 1-3 & 10 are good but the others just stand out more significantly...so buy this album and support Tom Galley and all the other artists that contributed to this project! I would give this album 100/100 or 5 out of 5 stars. Great artists, great tracks, great production. Thanks for doing it right!|
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