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Artist: Teer

Title: Teer

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2001

Label: Now and Then/Frontiers

Catalog Number: FRCD 044


Dan Michaels vocals, keyboards
Shane French guitars
Nathan Boone guitars
Don Crandall bass
John Teer drums


1.  Heaven's Not Enough  
2.  Sadie  
3.  Romeo  
4.  Man of the World  
5.  Vampire's Lullaby  
6.  Tell Me It's Over  
7.  Monday Mourning  
8.  Heart on a String  
9.  Beggin'  
10.  Pride  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Federico Date: July 8, 2002 at 3:21
Ladies and Gentlemen this is an absolute masterpiece. If you like the first two cd from Firehouse you really can't miss this one. Teer really sound similar to the band of B. Leverty. The voice of D. MIcheals is 100% CJ Snare inluenced. I really love songs like Heart on a strings(amazing chorus) and Vampire's Lullaby (great intensity). I bought this one in 2000, togheter with Attraction- Get up and shake, It was the best cd I heard that year. I'm a big fan of those bands who keep the 80s alive. I

From: koogles Date: July 8, 2002 at 18:12
I second that, Frederico. Not quite the absolute masterpiece but definitely better than anything Firehouse has done since "Hold Your Fire". "Heaven's Not Enough" is my favorite track. Other great moments: "Romeo", "Vampire's Lullaby" and "Sadie". Big production and massive harmonieschoruses makes this something well worth getting if you're a fan of Firehouse, C.I.T.A. or Biloxi.

From: Mark Date: July 18, 2002 at 20:11
Totally agree with the Firehouse comparisons-singer sounds a lot like CJ Snare. Quality pop metal-HEAVEN'S NOT ENOUGH and HEART ON A STRING are terrific. MR.com reports that happily, they are working on the follow up to this one. Recommended!

From: M. Allen Date: July 26, 2002 at 16:21
I can only second what the others have said--this is an excellent melodic hard rock album. Fans of Harem Scarem, early Firehouse, Steelhouse Lane, Dreamhunter, etc. have something to cheer about, for this is slick, polished hard rock at its best, loaded with hooks & harmonies. In fact, it's so good, it may just bring a tear to your eye...

From: David Date: August 17, 2002 at 2:24
This isn't all that good, similar to AdrianGale, but once again it's 2002 and the production and mixing is SHITHOUSE!!

From: BATsy Date: January 11, 2003 at 0:20
I`ve got their indie release from 1996. It rocks just like the 2001 album.

From: Manolo Date: May 12, 2003 at 22:09
Solo decir, que oir este cd ha supuesto para mí una gran sorpresa, hacía tiempo que no oía una obra maestra como lo es este debut de Teer. Del primer tema al último, no tiene ninguno desperdicio, para mí las mejores: Heaven's not enough (ni que lo digas!!! sin este disco no es suficiente nada ),Romeo y Heart on a string, y una baladita medio tiempo "Man of the world". Me recuerda mucho a los 2 primeros de Millenium por la dureza y a la vez melódicas guitarras junto a una poderosa voz.INCREIBLE

From: Rycheage Date: July 3, 2003 at 15:56
Touted as one of Florida's and indeed the USA's best new talents, their debut album lives up to that hype. 10 tracks with no fillers, these guys I predict will only get better and bigger. Great US stadium rock in the vein of Firehouse that is heavy enough to please most classic commercial hard rock fans.

From: erik Date: July 16, 2003 at 15:37
just got hold of the cd this week. yeah thats holland. aint easy to get melodic music here. but anyways what am i hearing. this is absolute stunning material. what a band. so powerfull yet very melodi and catchy. best example for me wht the band is about is romeo. start of very powerfull and intense look like its heading for hard/metal but then the melodic part sets in and then the chorus. well a to for this album. and trust me i have heard a lot. cheers guys. keep up and you can go all the way

From: Rik Date: September 4, 2003 at 7:32
80ties yet A so powerfull, strong and modern sound. WHAT A BAND ! Great potential here. Voice, chorus, guitar riffs. And the best thing is: Its great when you listen to the album the first time but then it even gets better and better. Seems to me a perfect band for live performances. These guys should be at the next Pinkpopfestival in Holland. Then they will make it without a doubt in the rest of Europe. Amazing album !

From: 80sMetal1 Date: January 22, 2004 at 16:48
Excellent, excellent cd. Among the recent bands that are trying to keep 80s hard rock alive (Velocity, Talon, TNA, etc.), these guys are by far the best of the lot. Soaring melodies and vocals and very sharp guitar work. And check out the chorus for Romeo, just awesome!!!! Other highlights: Heaven's Not Enough, Vampire's Lullaby, and ballad Man of the World.

From: Hrudet Date: February 4, 2004 at 1:13
All-in-all Teer have performed admirably, capturing the feel of good-time hard rock that is sadly lacking in this day and age. So, if you are still waiting for Dokken and Firehouse to find their old form, give Teer a go. I'm sure they will fill the gap nicely.

From: Rob Date: February 9, 2004 at 16:30
Have seen these guys many times and they are even better live.....Have known Dan since high school....great band with better things to come down the road.....

From: rik Date: February 24, 2004 at 15:48
hey rob do you know maybe when we can expect the second release from Teer ? i spoke to someone from wales who saw them perform on the gods of rock festival in the uk( think it was 2002 ). they blew everyone away !

From: rob Date: March 19, 2004 at 13:41
I know a second release is planned but I don't have a time frame. The new songs are killer though. Should be a little more on the raw/live side. I like the Blue CD.....but they are WAY better live. Go see them May 1st in FL.

From: Teer Date: March 23, 2004 at 7:04
Thanks Rob. Its me Rik again. Looking forward to the release. Yeah i am now known as Teer on this side lol. Just became member today. Wish i could see them but i live in Europe. Holland that is. Tell them to come over and they should get a performing act at the Pinkpopfestival. Its the perfect platform to make it in the rest of Europe ! Cause i truly believe this band has the stuff to go all the way.

From: Shane French Date: May 14, 2004 at 0:20
Visit Teer's Official Website to keep up with the latest Teer news, pictures and merchandise! Look for Teer on tour in the UK in November 2004 with Tyketto and Deadline! www.teerband.com

From: Border Rat Date: May 18, 2004 at 9:41
Excellent band.Heavens not enough,romeo,vampire's lullaby and heart on a string are my personal favourites.The guitar solos are excellent and the one on heart on a string gives me goosebumps.Great vocals and great music make this a cd to add to your collection.

From: TIM(2) Date: June 12, 2004 at 13:06
Truly a killer collection of songs, but absolutely THE WORST production/mix/mastering I've ever heard on any CD. The sound is a mess, and is verging on being unlistenable. Fans of early Harem Scarem/Firehouse will love this, as I do. "Heaven's Not Enough" would be the best track but suffers the worst from sound quality, letting "Vampires Lullaby" sneaks in to take the best track award.

From: Rik Date: August 10, 2004 at 6:37
Its true what your saying about the mixing etc Tim. But still this cd is awesome. Tells a lot about their writing skills and musicianship and their possibilities. They have that sound you just dont hear anywhere around. Cant wait for release nr 2. If anyone interested in hearing some songs drop me a line at erikhardam@hetnet.nl

From: TIM (2) Date: August 10, 2004 at 7:14
Hey Rik, their next album will actually be album No.3 as there was an Indie release before this one (it contained the track "Vampires Lullaby" but was their 'official' debut album...) You can still get it from: www.teerband.com

From: Rob Date: August 17, 2004 at 16:53
Beggin' was also on the 1st release....otherwise known as "the Brown CD....

From: Geoff Date: August 18, 2004 at 2:22
This is easily one of my favourite albums out there. Massive hard rock sound, incredibly melodic - these guys are the whole package. I love every song - no hint of a filler, but faves are the first track, 'Heaven's not enough', 'Tell me it's over' and 'Heart on a string', but I sincerely love every songle track. Heavy and extremely melodic - the way music should be. Awesome!!!

From: Rik Date: August 23, 2004 at 17:59
Ok thanks for the info Tim ! cheers

From: jessica96fish Date: October 8, 2004 at 8:49
i've got the other version on this s/t album.and all but a couple are differant tracks.beggin and vampire's lullaby.are the only ones that are the same.this one has much better songs imo.

From: IcE Date: November 2, 2004 at 18:25
I want it !!!! Here in Brazil, ité very difficult to find these masterpiece's, only in the net. I've hearded Heaven's not Enough and heat on a string, catched on the audiogalaxy's gold era ... and i can't wait to listen the full album. extremely melodic, extremely hard, extremely recommended!

From: Dave Date: November 3, 2004 at 4:41
I think i might have this, but for some reason i have'nt played it for a long time.Due to the comments i will have to give it another go.There is usually a good reason why some cds get put back and left in my cd rack to be very rarely played or, if at all again.Cita "Heat Of Emotion", got a second chance due to the comments left, only to be put back into the rack for the same reason it was first put in there.We will see how we go with this one on the second try ? Looking forward to it though.

From: Scandinavia Date: November 7, 2004 at 17:58
Bought this one in good faith due to all the FIREHOUSE comparisons but it's about as far from FIREHOUSE as it can get. When did FIREHOUSE use symphonic keys? "Semiprog."/neoclassical guitars? It's still a decent album though..Unfortunately with a typical Frontiers production = Bad!

From: Dave Date: November 20, 2004 at 21:33
Finally got to listen to this again and i know 99% of the people will disagree with me on this but i reckon this is the one of the most overrated albums going by previous posts ,on this site.It is so average and bland it's not funny.Take away "Sadie" and "Pride", which are two good but not great songs and this album is so shallow in contents , musicianship and vocals it makes it difficult to get to the end of each track without skipping to the next !! Sorry , but that is just my opinion.

From: Scandinavia Date: November 21, 2004 at 11:13
Couldn't agree more!!! I've almost started hating this album! Nothing earthmoving here AT ALL. Very, very overrated & with a lousy production.

From: MelodicBoy Date: November 25, 2004 at 15:14
TIM(2)-if you think this is the worst production/mix ever, then you can't have heard the atrocious "Norway" debut. They list a guitar player in the band, but I'll be damned if I can hear him! Also, the S/T "Passion Risk" CD is horrible sounding, but it's an indie so they probably had 0 budget when it was produced. Don't think the production on this is top notch, but it's not awful. I think the vocals get lost in the mix sometimes, but I still like this CD a lot.

From: Rik Date: December 1, 2004 at 15:00
Hey Dave and Scandinavia maybe you should go and listen to the Madonnas of this world. Looking at your (useless) reviews i think that would be more your cup of tea.

From: Scandinavia Date: December 1, 2004 at 16:39
Haha - Yeah, you're probably right...At least it sounds better than this sorry excuse for a CD...I'm still puzzled by the FIREHOUSE comparisons though....Where the hell are they?? Are we talkin' 'bout the same band??

From: Geoff Date: December 1, 2004 at 20:06
Scandanavia, the Firehouse comparisons probably come in reference to the fact that both bands played with balls of steel and have such a heavy, full and melodic sound it enlightens one's soul. 'Sorry excuse for a CD'? Sorry mate, you seem cool in your other posts, but if DSS is better than this then I best get into porn because I have a 20 inch penis! This is one solid f*cker of a CD and whether you're a fan or not surely the excellence can be appreciated?

From: Scandinavia Date: December 2, 2004 at 4:04
Like your answer :-) *LOL* - I guess I'm talking out og disappointment here...I read the comments and bought this album right away because I'm a HUGE Firehouse fan. So I guess I expected to hear "Hard Rock" tunes like "Overnight Sensation", "All She Wrote", "Reach For The Sky" etc. - But I find TEER more symphonic in their overall approach. No doubt that we're dealing with melodic music which I normally love but "soundwise & stylewise" they're very far from Firehouse. As musicians TEER are top n

From: Scandinavia Date: December 2, 2004 at 4:07
..Top notch without a doubt! I'd only wish for a better production job which would fit this band nicely. My favotites here are "Sadie" & the opener.

From: Scandinavia Date: December 2, 2004 at 4:19
If you're really searching for FIREHOUSE clones you'd wanna check out a band like say JESSE STRANGE or perhaps DREAMHUNTER...They're closer to that style if you ask me...But of course, no one compares to FIREHOUSE (THE Gods) :-)

From: Erik Date: January 6, 2005 at 8:41
Hey Geoff you know if there is any news about a second release of these guys ? I was in contact with the (new) bass player and he said they hoped to release a second album in 2004. Well its 2005 now.....

From: Geoff Date: January 7, 2005 at 5:06
Hi Erik - this one is actually te second release! There is another s/t album released a few years earlier. Not as melodic and harder to find, but as for another (third) release, yes it is certainly planned! Check out the website melodicrock.com for regular updates on all new things melodic. From what I understand there is a new Teer album due quite shortly... Can't wait!

From: Erik Date: January 7, 2005 at 7:13
Thanks for the info Geoff. Cant wait either. Man o man do i like this band. For me personnaly maybe as good as it gets. Musicwise

From: Erik Date: January 10, 2005 at 5:41
Spoke to the bassplayer just yesterday and Teer has a new singer ! It will be announced this week so i have to keep it under the belt for now. www.teerband.com

From: Ben R! 1/2 Date: January 20, 2005 at 11:59
Teer have bought out an iconic and energetic album with all the trimmings, self titled, the album is a 10 track master piece with a powerful balance of vocals and instruments. Everybody who listens to this mix of high and low mood music will love it just as much as we do. We can't wait for the release of the new cd and the 2005 tour in England. Teer are going from strengh to strengh with new members of the band such as the brilliant new bassist Rob. This is a line up made to last.

From: Ben R! 2/2 Date: January 20, 2005 at 12:01
just incase anybody wants to know the band can be found at www.teerband.com and there cd is at amazon.co.uk/amazon.com for around 10 pounds! to name but a few places its out to buy! its well worth the money ben ..

From: z4roxx Date: January 20, 2005 at 19:35
I don't understand why active hard rock/aor bands as Teer or others do not dates in Italy....I'm forced to go only at metal concerts!!Good ok,but I would like to listen much more melody sometimes on live...I think there will never be chances for this...F****FF!!

From: Erik Date: January 21, 2005 at 5:00
Z4roxx i am in contact with the new basplayer Rob. And they will tour europe ( but most likely England ). Anyways i wil ask when they will come over to europe. This band has the stuff to go all the way. AWESOME CD !

From: z4roxx Date: January 21, 2005 at 19:30
Erik,I hope in the future some bands of this genre will play in Italy but I think in my country this kind of music is dead since many years...I'll go to see Angra and Kreator in february but during travel I'll hear Teer or Monarch!aahahahahaha!!Regards

From: Shane French Date: January 27, 2005 at 8:25
Teer is very excited to announce that Todd Plant, vocalist of Millenium, Eyewitness, Cryptic Vision and many other great bands, will be on board for their upcoming CD and subsequent tours. Todd Plant was the obvious choice for the band after an amicable parting of ways with longtime vocalist Dan Michaels. Todd’s powerful voice is a favorite among many fans of melodic rock around the world, and a perfect compliment to the hard-driving sound of Teer. We look forward to seeing you soon!

From: Teer Date: June 13, 2005 at 11:14
Something tells me i love this band.......

From: z4roxx Date: June 27, 2006 at 16:01
Please if anyone knows new releases since 2004 that sounds like these guys let me know!Great great band and”Vampire’s lullaby”one of the best refrains ever heard….

From: Erik Date: June 28, 2006 at 12:08
Their singer, Dan Michaels, leaving the band hasnot helped them IMO. His voice fitted the music perfectly and gave it their own sound. They are working on a new album now but are going for a much more heavy approach. Pitty. Loved this album. My 01 favorite.

From: SangreAzulForever Date: January 7, 2007 at 9:18
Teer´s got lot of potential considering those days; they invite the audience to turn back to the glorious eighties filling the atmosphere with melodic harmonies, stunning voices, powerful riffs and classic soundings. We do need to give support to those bands which their aim is to keep Melodic Rock´s standard high. 9/10.

From: juan carlos Date: June 19, 2007 at 17:08
Buen melodic Rock con su buena dosis de melodías y riffs, todas son muy buenas pero no un clásico tampoco y la producción o mezcla no es de lo mejor, al contrario. Todos los temas parejos pero mis preferidas serían "Sadie" y "Heart on a String". Algunos les comparan a Firehouse o HS, pero para mí TEER están mas en línea a lo 91 Suite/Emerald Rain. 8.3/10

From: hernanHRM/AOR Date: December 2, 2007 at 15:15
Un decente trabajo de los TEER, no lo hacen nada mal otro buena banda conservando la magia de los 80's y 90's al escuchar el :Heaven's Not Enough tema favorito todo el stylo Melodic Hard Rock/AOR vaya tema espectacular, el album en si esta muy bueno realamente tiene esa chispa que a mi encanta es melodico y potente a la vez, tiene buenos cortes como "Romeo, Sadie, Vampire's Lullaby, Tell Me It's Over y Heart on a String" otra joyita!! no cabe duda que el disco esta a todo marcha!!!

From: cherokee 1975 Date: December 17, 2007 at 6:17

From: erik Date: May 1, 2009 at 14:35
The Danmichaelsproject on myspace You will here the old Teer again

From: hair metal again Date: June 18, 2016 at 6:57
very good release for TEER with excellent melodic lines and powerful guitar work!i hear about the FIREHOUSE comparisons but i can t find any ,as TEER arent so rocking and i d say that some of their members maybe have a more heavy metal approach!anyway this will satisfy you ,but i didnt find it blowminding...they reminded me of EMERALD RAIN or PRIDE(uk)!good stuff

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