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Title: Time Passes
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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Frontiers Records
Catalog Number: FR CD 063
vocals, drums, guitar, bass, keyboards, background vocals
lead guitar, keyboards, bass, fretless bass
guitar, bass, keyboards, background vocals
Ron Platt background vocals
vocals, bass, background vocals
|1. ||Anything Goes |
|2. ||Acid Rain |
|3. ||Time Passes |
|4. ||Before Anybody Knows I'm Gone |
|5. ||Too Much to Ask |
|6. ||Bottled Up |
|7. ||Too Close to the Sun |
|8. ||Wrong Again |
|9. ||Where There's a Woman |
|10. ||The Journey |
|11. ||The Moon |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: December 26, 2002 at 14:28|
|Respectable release from Night Ranger man. "The Journey" is simply incredible, the kind of mature, thoughtful AOR that we come to expect from aging 80s rockers. "Anything Goes" rocks in fine NR fashion. My other favorite on this is "Too Much To Ask"- another well-crafted ballad.
||Date: December 27, 2002 at 1:35|
|Agree 100% -- The Journey is an incredible tune; not sure who played the guitar solo, but it fits the mood like a glove...
||Date: December 27, 2002 at 5:12|
|Oh man absolutely a AWESOME album!! Bought this not expecting too much and play it at least once a week to this day. A great slice of almost perfect hard rock-AOR with just great songs. Was so blown away by the co-vocals on "Wrong Again" that I had to check out who it was immediately in the cd booklet and was shocked it was ex-Ranger Gary Moon, what a voice!! Made me check out "Feeding Off.." again. Just an incredible cd in every aspect.
||Date: December 29, 2002 at 0:47|
|Originally disappointed with the album as a whole I persisted and came around in my own time. Lives in the same neighbourhood as the Night Ranger albums Neverland and Seven, with one hell of a royal visit from the Keagy & Peterik penned modern classic The Journey. All melodic rock fans should have this song. It belongs to you. You're family.
||Date: May 29, 2003 at 3:16|
|I agree with The Journey. It is strong lyrically and musically, although I don't particularly care for the bridge. My other favourite is Where There's a Woman. Very good power ballad reminding one of the 80's again. Keagy and Peterik are a good team. I would like to see more out of them in times to come.
||Date: May 30, 2003 at 18:38|
|Maybe the album Night Ranger must have done? I will not get into that poll but one thing is clear, Kelly, as well as the other NG guys are amazing musicians. For me, itīs a pleasure having not only the NG albums, but the individualsī too. Go and get Time Passes; worth each dollar/ euro it costs.
||Date: October 8, 2003 at 5:50|
|a very good album to say at least...very enjoyable to hear...class
|From: ROB GARCIA
||Date: January 20, 2004 at 18:26|
|great album by mr keagy!.soundwise this is prime time nightranger...actually i even dare to say that this sounds more to nightranger than nigthranger does this days(i was very dissapointed with their last release).what you get for your moneys worth is some excellent rockers like "anything goes" or "before anybody knows im gone" mixed with midtempo songs and ballads.specially recommended to those who still miss nightrangers heydays.
||Date: January 18, 2005 at 5:21|
|Very nice surprise this one. From the moment the album starts you know you're in for a good, solid ride in hard rock. No really bad songs and a bunch of good ones. I got it for a bargain price at AOR Heaven and suggest you do the same for that price. Very solid hard rock CD.
||Date: February 28, 2005 at 18:00|
|From the first to seven track I think:good disc,some filler but nothin'more but....n.8,n.9 and n.10 are quite killer songs!So my rate can grows for this one,8/10.Not my fave kind of voice but it's pretty good aor even if Night Ranger are another thing,IMO.
||Date: April 22, 2005 at 15:40|
|My favorite songs on this album are the first two and THE JOURNEY. The first two are heavy songs, pure hard rock with a heavy edge and THE JOURNEY and the rest of the songs sound more like good old day NIGHT RANGER. Fans of HARD ROCK and NIGHT RANGER need to buy this album, NOW!!!!!!!
||Date: May 7, 2005 at 11:24|
|Impressive release from one of the voices from Night Ranger. Kind of compare it to the Neverland release from the band. This is solid and it comes pretty cheap. It is a Frontiers release so you know it is quality. Fave cuts: Anything Goes, The Journey and Wrong again. As stated above, some filler but not much. It can be had for a reasonable price and well worth tracking down.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: June 18, 2011 at 19:49|
|Basically this whole album smokes!!!...great release indeed by all means!!!..from good rocking tracks("Anything Goes" & "Acid Rain")to great and fantastic ones("Before Anybody Knows I'm Gone","Too Much To Ask" & "Bottled Up")...but if i'm talking about my personal faves those have to be "Where There's a Woman" & "The Journey"...recommended album...91/100
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