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Category: Melodic Hard Rock
Label: AOR Heaven (Germany)
Catalog Number: 00021
|2.||Touch My Life||4:17|
|3.||Killing For The Thrill||4:19|
|4.||So Near So Far||4:13|
|9.||How Do You Feel?||5:25|
|10.||All That I Need||3:51|
|Total Running Time:||47:03|
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|From: aTomiK||Date: January 24, 2007 at 15:44|
|What the f... no comments here? I think this is a good cd. All the singers do good/solid job here. Of course this is heavier than the other releases but i don´t mind. IMO the standout tracks are "So near so far" and "Chemical high" with great choruses. Always nice to hear Hughes,Murrell,Martin sing and OMG how the new SHY singer Lee Small sounds like Glenn Hughes!!!|
|From: juan carlos||Date: August 5, 2007 at 20:52|
|Riffs Pesados y un tanto oscuros, se nota que han escuchado bastante Black Sabbath, coincido con que "So Near So Far" pero sobre todo con "Chemical High"(el mejor) son lo mejorcito o "Killing For The Thrill" donde la voz me recordó al de Rigor Mortis, pero de ahí no hay mas. Temas muy monótonos para mi gusto. Tú mismo. No lo mejor en los que han trabajado Hughes o Martin. 7/10|
|From: YNGWIEVIKING||Date: October 9, 2007 at 3:15|
|GOOD CD 79/100 even if it's not a classic like the first albums ! THE SINGERS ARE GOOD AND THE SONGS ARE OK WE ALL KNOW THAT GLENN HUGHES it's a KILLER and TONY MARTIN even if it's not his best performance is still good !(you can check his good solo CD "scream" or his BLACK SABBATH masterpiece "HEADLESS CROSS"or the great MISHA CALVIN "evolution") You can find LEE SMALL in the good 2006 SURVEILLANCE cd "angelstation" ANYWAY it's good BRITISH MELODIC HARD ROCK cd|
|From: 780'sRocked||Date: March 21, 2008 at 8:33|
|Superb release, with an excellent blend of keys and hard rocking guitars and phenomenal harmonies! Great musicians, with all of the singers being quite remarkable, but more so on this 1. This one grows better with every spin! Matt Moreton kind of reminds me of Dee Snider at times, and Joy Strachan sounds great (sounds similar to Pat Benatar, imo). Many standout tracks, So Near So Far, Chemical High, Crazy Grooves are exceptional! 88/100|
|From: Ydol eM||Date: April 22, 2013 at 14:42|
|Solid melodic hard rock with a pinch of AOR, heavy metal and even hip hop(#3). Rather far from previous albums. Only several songs may remind them. Just the variety of songs breaks up the concept of album on which the older albums can be proud. The production is also weaker. If I should compare it to one record I would pick Glenh Hughes's Addiction. Overall not bad but in compare with their past a little disappointment. 75/100.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: April 24, 2013 at 21:03|
|Ydol eM has a point about the mixed genres of the album but most of all is the density of the tracks(i mean,the "heavy" ones)...some even Black Sabbath sound(Tony Martin perhaps???)..."Sunrise","Touch My Life","Higher","60 Seconds","Crazy Grooves" & "God Forgives" are the ones that go to my music book in here ....80/100|
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