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|5.||Jump to Paradise|
|6.||Cry of the Dove|
|8.||Across the Seas|
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|From: Dean||Date: January 22, 2004 at 3:43|
|These guys were just pretty much a local band in Madison WI and never really did anything else outside of that area. This cd is a mixed bag of tunes where some are just straight foward hard rock but couple like "Across the Seas" has a very cool Maiden feel. The acoustic "Cry of the Dove" is also very good. I've got a couple of other demos they did too. The first demo was very Crue influenced but the other one did at the end of the band's career is very alternative sounding.|
|From: Dean||Date: January 22, 2004 at 3:49|
|The band that these guys opened for a lot around here was a band called Tambora and was pretty much everyone's pick to "make it big" Two of the guys in Tambora went on transcribe hundreds of tab books for Cherry Lane. They had a cd that i believe was called Vale of Tears and sounded like a much more talented Warrant. BTW the Crossfire cd is pretty easy to find in all the used cd stores around Madison too.|
|From: Dean||Date: January 26, 2004 at 15:58|
|If anyone wants the Tambora mp3s drop me a line at email@example.com. I just got my hands on 16 of them from the studio.|
|From: Rafo Phoenix||Date: April 16, 2010 at 23:18|
|What a piece of... decent Heavy Metal/MM, mmf 55/100.|
|From: z4roxx||Date: April 18, 2010 at 11:01|
|Dear Rafo,you're right again also here.Songwriting is under a decent behaviour,the only decent song is maybe the opener,the rest is very boring.I like the singer but he's not a great one indeed.they remind me to Black Rose from Denmark but they were much better(ahahaha).The only cooments I read here are from Erik and Rafo...|
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