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Artist: Heavens Fire

Title: The Outside

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2000

Label: Now and Then/Frontiers

Catalog Number: FRCD 059

Personnel

Andy Narsingh lead vocals, bass, keyboards
Jim Theoharis guitars
Mike Mackinnon drums

Tracks

1.  Beyond  
2.  Future's Waiting  
3.  Can You Believe  
4.  The Outside  
5.  Skitzo  
6.  Tommy  
7.  Mirror  
8.  Long Way  
9.  Now's the Time  
10.  Tears  

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From: Federico Date: July 13, 2002 at 9:00
Not bad a melodic hard rock album with a touc of prog. There are some peaks like Tommy and Now is the time, but also some fillers. Check it out if you like Harem Scarem. 7 out of 10 is my rating.

From: M. Allen Date: July 25, 2002 at 13:15
"Heavenly" is not a word I would use to describe this band. "Dismal" is the word I WOULD use. The production is professional, but the songs lack punch or energy. Also, the progressive influence shows through far too often for my tastes, which makes me want to toss the disc outside in the hopes that some squirrel will run off with it.

From: Rycheage Date: June 15, 2003 at 2:52
Heaven's Fire are a little harder to pigeonhole than many other artists. That probably is a good thing, but it also makes my job of describing them to you a little harder. To be honest, this album doesn't do it for me a whole heap. It's a little progressive, with touches of Rush and Dream Theater (no, nothing wrong with that at all) and a little American underground 80's hard rock.

From: LONG LIVE Date: September 16, 2004 at 8:15
muy buen disco,sonido 80 pero con toques más actuales.Si escuchas por separado canciones como Can you believe, Now´s the time o Tears, te das cuenta que poco tiene que envidiar a grupos de mediados finales de los 80 como Dokken, Hurricane, Lion, etc y encima con unaproducción acojonante. Buen disco de Hard Rock.

From: Geoff Date: September 19, 2004 at 0:11
I can't read that language, but I hope the above post wasn't comparing this band to "Dokken, Hurricane, Lion" because that is insane. I can't see the Harem Scarem comparisons too. This is just an odd slighlty melodic version of some kind of hard rock. I wouldn't call it crap, and it's an original release with some interesting ideas. Not for fans of traditional melodic hard rock I suspect... below average, IMO.


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