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Category: AOR / Melodic Rock
Label: Sphinx Ministry
Catalog Number: 35639
|2.||Bed Of Lies|
|7.||Can't Win For Loosin'|
|11.||Shoulder To Cry On|
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|From: Geoff||Date: January 20, 2009 at 20:30|
|What a fantastic CD! An overlooked gem, I'd call this one. I don't have this version - just the double CD with their 2nd album included, which was poor. Either way, this is killer melodic hard rock full of keys but still with plenty of balls. 'Paradise' and 'Can't Stop' are monster hook-filled melodic hard rockers, and on the softer side 'Shy away' and 'Nothin's Missin' are amazing ballads. My fave song, however, might be 'The Mask'. Awesome stuff, awesome disc. Who do they sound like, you ask? Hard to say. I'd take a stab at maybe prime Von Groove, except with more keys. Definitely recommended.|
|From: juan carlos||Date: January 21, 2009 at 0:00|
|Itīs Clear to me that the best track of this album is "The Mask" but donīt forget about "Paradise" "Shoulder To Cry On" "Canīt Stop" and "Big Dream", Great job of Langlade on vocals that reminded me a bit of Michael Bormann/Paul Laine. strong/awesome Choruses and Catchy Tunes, great Melodic HardRock/AOR. 9/10|
|From: Delbert||Date: January 6, 2010 at 16:13|
|Oh man.....just when I thought I had it figured out too. Geoff does like stuff with keyboards after all???? Well, this time, we are in total agreement. This debut from the Canadian band is loaded with monster, hook filled rockers and chock full of keys....Their sound is a cool melodic hard rock in the style of HAREM SCAREM, VON GROOVE's debut, WALL OF SILENCE and CONEY HATCH. I highly recommend it. I was able to get the indie version for my collection which was pretty cool...|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: September 25, 2010 at 19:15|
|Great AOR album with killer tracks all over!!!..highly recommendable for AOR lovers ...Al Langlade gives the album a special touch with his voice (typical yet amazing for AOR songs)..."Paradise" is superb!,"Bed Of Lies" is a highlight,"Can't Stop" another highlight,this one with good choruses,"Yesterday" is a beautiful ballad,"Guardian" is one of the best(at least 4 me),"Big Dream" is a nice one & "Shoulder To Cry On" is the other best one as for my taste goes...buy!.96/100|
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