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Label: Frontiers (Italy)
Catalog Number: FR CD 036
|1.||Sea of Desire||Listen|
|2.||Believe in Me||Listen|
|3.||Dancing on Fire||Listen|
|5.||Heart of Glass||Listen|
|6.||What I Wouldn't Give||Listen|
|7.||The Way That You Feel||Listen|
|10.||Between the Eyes (Eyes of Anger Part II)||Listen|
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|From: freddy de keyze||Date: August 24, 2002 at 6:19|
|Sorry, but where are the comments on this excellent CD ? No wonder that they have called it a day, if practically nobody takes notion of their existence ! What a waste of talent. I have to say it again, and I don't wanna preach, but hey, girls and guys, listen not only to the welknown acts, but also to lesser or unknown acts.You don't know what you're missing if you're a real melodic fan ! This is (was) a fantastic band, but so ignored ! What a pity ! I you can buy this one, don't hesitate !!!!!|
|From: the man||Date: June 2, 2003 at 14:54|
|this must be "the aor album of the decade",massive keyboard driven melodic hard rock. every serious aor fan MUST have this in their collection. it is not possible to tell people how good this one is,you have to buy/listen to it........|
|From: Rycheage||Date: February 28, 2004 at 20:04|
|They mix 70s pomp & prog with 80s keyboards and big over the top hooks. These guys have also improved their sound and the quality of their songs. If keyboards, big hooks and over blown song arrangements do it for you, then this is another album to check out. Better and maybe their best album to date.|
|From: Rockhead||Date: March 10, 2004 at 8:58|
|A fitting epitaph to an excellent and under-rated band. This rocks with real class with guitars and keyboards working in perfect unison on a set of very catchy songs-recommended. Fans should also check out 'in the line of fire' the album that preceeded this one.|
|From: Clayton77||Date: January 3, 2007 at 8:03|
|WOW, this is another perfect AOR-Masterpiece!!! Listen to the opener "Sea of Desire" and to the ballad "What I wouldn`t give"...AWESOME AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDENT!!!!|
|From: darobinson||Date: February 3, 2010 at 18:38|
|This is a fantastic set of tunes right here. To bad they are no longer together. Great stuff!!!!|
|From: Ydol eM||Date: May 9, 2014 at 12:26|
|I agree with Rycheage about the description of this music. I'd set this aor somewhere between Asia and RTZ. For me not good as the debut but if you like groups mentioned above or bands like Intruder (because of Tracy White)you can ignore my opinion or my rating. Not entirely my cup of tea. 70/100.|
|From: Delbert||Date: May 11, 2014 at 19:14|
|There is a mix of US and European influences mixing 70s pomp & prog with 80s keyboards and big over the top hooks. The opening track "Sea Of Desire" is huge! Their lead vocalist reminds me of the James LaBrie's and Geddy Lee's of this world, but also of Michael Sweet of STRYPER. In fact the STRYPER album "Against The Law" has a similar feel. BOTTOM LINE: If keyboards, big hooks and over blown song arrangements do it for you, then this is another album to check out.|
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