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Category: Proggy AOR

Year: 1984

Label: Long Island Records

Catalog Number: LIRC 00056

Average Rating: 78 / 100 (9 ratings)


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Jim Maclellan drums
Ric Mcdonald bass, lead vocals
Don Gaze guitars
Frank Reid keyboards
1.  Right Between the Eyes  
2.  Hold On  
3.  Only a Moment  
4.  I Think It's My Heart  
5.  Danger Zone  
6.  Streetwise  
7.  You Make Me Shiver  
8.  Come to the City  
9.  Everybody's Nuts at the Palace  
10.  I Know You're There  
11.  I Don't Know  
12.  Don't Know What to Do  

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From: Jez Date: October 21, 2002 at 10:23
Good debut release similar in sound to a 'Pompy' Saga. Released as one of the Long Island Gold reissues, so not that easy to find.

From: Ric McDonald Date: December 9, 2002 at 19:33
The original 1984 label was Epic/CBS. Long Island only handled the re-release.

From: Chris Date: December 4, 2003 at 15:48
Hailed in its day as a masterpiece, it is in fact an incredibly average release, that i have only ever played once and will probably never play again.

From: AOR freaky Date: December 19, 2003 at 8:50
Indeed, not that great and a bit overrated, this one.

From: aorjocke Date: January 21, 2004 at 8:11
Good pompAOR its what we get here. The highlights are "Only a Moment","Right Between the Eyes","Danger Zone" and "Streetwise".

From: Rycheage Date: March 13, 2004 at 18:33
The album literally swims in keyboard dominated passages, and the arrangements also pitches strong guitar accompaniment alongside it. The obvious hints at Genesis include 'Hold On', and the subdued 'I Think It's My Heart', and there's 'Come To The City' which is a close fit too. The standout tracks would have to be the opener 'Right Between The Eyes' and the impressive 'Streetwise'.

From: TONI MALLORCA Date: October 17, 2007 at 15:59
menudo discazo!! increible mezcla de aor-pomp rock y progresivo ,se nota que estos canadienses mamarn bastante de la musica de genesis,asia y de sus compatriotas saga a la hora de componer y elaborar esre album. por fabor mas como estos!!!!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: July 28, 2011 at 22:45
For me this debut is not as good as their "One Step Away" release of 1985 but still manages to grab some attention...a keyboard oriented album like Rycheage said above which i think it had been the purpose of the band since they appeared on the rock scene...my faves are "Hold On","Only A Moment","Danger Zone"( )& "I Don't Know"....the last song "Don't Know What To Do" which is their best track ever IMHO was recorded for a third release that never came to light...the song was sung by a female vocalist named Andrea Duncan and was produced by Alex Lifeson of Rush fame...80/100

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