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Artist: Tone Norum

Title: This Time...

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Tone Norum This Time... Album Cover

 

Category: AOR

Year: 1988

Label: CBS Records

Catalog Number: 460968 2

Personnel

Tone Norum lead vocals
John Norum lead guitar on tracks 8, 10
Yngwie Malmsteen lead guitar on track 1
Ola Johansson bass
Johan Akerfeldt drums
Mats Lindfors guitars
Per Blom keyboards
Micke Andersson guitars
Lazlo Bencker keyboards, bass
Richard T. Bear keyboards
Wesley Plazz guitars
Mats Bjorklund guitars
Tim Norell keyboards
Anders Hansson keyboards
Ulf Jansson guitars
Mats Lindberg bass
Thomas Witt tambourine
Joe Curiale drums
Torbjörn Stener guitar
Björn Pahlsson bass
Ernst Stroer drums, percussion

Tracks

1.  Point of No Return  4:58
2.  Don't Turn Me Away  4:38
3.  What About Me  4:30
4.  In a Crazy World Like This  3:31
5.  My Summer With You duet with Tommy Nilsson  4:13
6.  This Time  5:21
7.  If You Ever Fall  4:28
8.  Love Me  4:09
9.  Second Language  3:43
10.  Somebody to Love  3:35  Cover: Jefferson Airplane
11.  Meet Me By the Water  4:43
  
Total Running Time:  47:49

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Existing comments about this CD

From: rob garcia Date: November 14, 2002 at 13:46
im afraid i havent heard this one¡but the 1st album called one of a kind is excellent.its like listening to the final countdown with female vocals.all the songs were written by joey tempest.

From: Great Dane Date: April 20, 2003 at 14:35
I have two of her releases, theyre both good. I dont have this one, but I remember some of the videos. She was cool.

From: Cornelius Date: July 24, 2003 at 18:01
Soon I'm gonna be another proud owner of the other album ONE OF A KIND! As ROB GARCIA said it's (hopefully!) like EUROPE's Countdown. She is known as EUROPE's little baby --isn't that cute..!?

From: Magnus Date: August 28, 2003 at 9:28
As far as I know I must say that this is the best female fronted AOR cd from Sweden.If you like Robin Beck's "Trouble or nothing" cd you'll love this one..

From: Corne Date: August 31, 2003 at 18:13
Can somebody sell me this CD, even if it's CD-R??

From: Corne Date: August 31, 2003 at 18:13
Sorry, forgot my e-mail: cornelius_groth@yahoo.de

From: Hermanzone Date: December 1, 2003 at 17:00
Tone is fabulous! This isn't her best album though. My favourite is Don't Turn Around from 1992. I met her earlier this year and she still looks great. Lots of love to Tone!

From: Mr. Brazil Date: December 13, 2003 at 14:57
Malmsteen sounds great in his solo on Point of no Return.

From: Mr. Argentino Date: December 27, 2003 at 16:39
Malmsteen is the God!

From: Fer Pololin Date: January 7, 2004 at 23:20
Im search the album: TONE NORUM - This Time (1988) TONE NORUM - Red (1990) TONE NORUM - DON'T TURN AROUND (1992) Someone have this albums ? plz contact with me (fernandopololin@hotmail.com) Byeeeee!!!!

From: Scandi Date: January 22, 2004 at 19:35
Is the last title really from her or is it a cover?? It's GREAT!

From: jessica96fish Date: March 2, 2004 at 20:26
if you like one you'll love the other.but don't bother with stepping out.very soft.very much like country music.but shes still a babe.shwing.....

From: run2u Date: June 1, 2004 at 6:02
No estoy de acuerdo,así a botepronto,con ese 9'18.Me parece el típico virus del CD DESCATALOGADO:un disco"raro"no tiene por qué ser bueno.Hay obras maestras hasta en el Carrefour."THIS TIME"responde un poco a ese criterio,es un CD muy buscado pero que no termina de enganchar.El estilo es soft-AOR con melodías escandinavas,y se notan las influencias Robin Beck,pero por momentos se hace aburridillo."Point of no return","what about me",y sobretodo el tema título destacan(6/10) run2u69@hotmail.com

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: December 30, 2004 at 0:47
UN BUEN ALBUM, EL MEJOR DE TONE NORUM SIN DUDA, Point of No Return SIN DUDA LA JOYA DEL ALBUM (SOLO EL HECHO DE TENER ESTE TEMA LO PONDRIA EN EL APARTADO DE CLASICO DEBIDO A QUE HAY MUY POCAS BANDAS O SOLISTAS MUJERES DENTRO DEL AOR, ESTO DESDE MI PUNTO DE VISTA, SE QUE LA MAYORIA NO ESTARA DE ACUERDO CONMIGO PERO ES MI PUNTO), TAMBIEN HAY OTROS TEMAS BUENOS COMO What About Me, Second Language O This Time, UN BUEN ALBUM, ALTAMENTE RECOMENDADO TENERLO. SALUDOS DESDE ICA-PERU

From: Lovedrive Date: August 5, 2005 at 8:34
Opino igual que Run2u,.. me parece un disco del montón aunque la moza le pone ganas

From: juan carlos Date: August 9, 2006 at 23:35
Bueno, en parte concuerdo con algunos comentarios de mis colegas hispanos. Buen album sin duda pero que no engancha (algunas no todas) o por lo menos no son temas que deslumbren. Aparte Tone Norum tiene una voz aceptable a regular, no es de mis favoritas. "Second Language" por ejemplo me aburriria escucharlo 2 veces. mis favoritas son la 1,3,5,6 y la 7. Buen disco en mi humilde opinión. 8/10

From: Zoner Date: July 20, 2008 at 7:25
Country music? Let me laugh. This sounds nothing like country music bad definition of her second album. If you loved her first album you will love this one and like Magnus said it's a Swedish version of Robin Beck's Trouble or Nothing. The only weak point with this album is that the song "My summer with you" stinks and doesn't fit with the other songs. Tommy Nilsson from Easy Action sings a duett with Tone Norum and they made a Swedish version on a single which is called "Allt som jag känner". But otherwise it's a very good AOR album. Get it if you can find it. "If you ever fall" is worth the price alone.

From: newscandi Date: July 20, 2008 at 15:02
The albums after the first two are actually in the country direction. As I bought "Red" I hoped for another Female AOR gem but what I got was country and some rhythm & blues.

From: Zoner Date: July 26, 2008 at 13:07
newscandi, I know. If people want some Scandi AOR albums in 1990 they have to get Tommy Nilsson's Follow The Road, Jim's self-titled debut and Rat Bat Blue's Squeak because those were the albums that never turned on AOR. But It's ironically that Tommy Nilsson's second album "It" is not near as good as Follow The Road while Tone Norum disappointed everyone with her country direction on Red. Anyone who likes Scandi AOR should stay away from her later albums in the 90's they sound nothing like One of a Kind or This Time.

From: Zoner Date: July 28, 2008 at 2:47
I have to add Alien - Shiftin' Gear when it comes to Scandi AOR releases in 1990. Hot Summer Nights should be in that album too or replaced Angel Eyes which doesn't suit with the other songs on the album.


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