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Artist: Mad Max

Title: Here We Are

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2008

Label: AOR Heaven (Europe)

Catalog Number: AORH1150

Personnel

Michael Voss vocal, guitar, keyboards
Jurgen Breforth guitar
Roland Bergman bass
Mark Shulman drums

Tracks

1.  Caravan  
2.  Where the Winds Blow  
3.  Here We Are  
4.  Higher and Higher  
5.  Down to Babylon  
6.  Love Walks Lonely  
7.  Stop One Minute  
8.  How Deep  
9.  Don't Talk It over  
10.  All of My Heart  
11.  Mad Gone Blind  
12.  Keep You Alive  
13.  High on Wheels  
14.  Say Goodbye to Hollywood  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: YNGWIEVIKING Date: November 17, 2008 at 6:45
oK not stellar but better than it seems ! 78/100 VERY TRADITIONNAL MELODIC HARD ROCK each songwriter is well represented here

From: Geoff Date: November 17, 2008 at 21:50
This one is a bit of a shame. It's not bad, but it just sounds tired and by-the-numbers. Most songs are average to okay, but there's nothing really good on this one. I'd prefer to see Voss scrap all of his other projects and just concentrate on making a new Casanova album with some good songs again. Disappointing.

From: crazynights Date: November 30, 2008 at 3:18
I like this album, whith an umbelieveble list of co-songwriter (from joe lynn turner to ozz fox). Their tipycal sound well represented. I saw them live wednesday in Italy, I asked Micheal about a new Casanova cd, and he answered "nevermore, all good friends, but nevermore an album with them". [IMG]http://faccine.forumfree.net/bye1.gif[/IMG]

From: Swedish Rocker Date: November 11, 2009 at 13:08
Love the first song on this album, Caravan. Reminds me a little of Radar Love.

From: andi Date: May 24, 2012 at 12:00
What a big fall under......this is not Mad Max...itīs Michael Voss Solo.....Terrible Album!!!


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