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Artist: Subway

Title: Taste The Difference

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Category: Hard Rock/AOR

Year: 1994

Label: GSE

Catalog Number: 5225-2

Personnel

Peach Stockli Vocals
Bemy Bitzer Guitars
Henry Sauter Keyboards
Martin Arnold Bass
Tommy Strobel Drums
Boris Matakovic Saxophone

Tracks

1.  Stand Up  
2.  Love Lies  
3.  Backstreet  
4.  Don't Turn Away  
5.  Could You Be Mine  
6.  Road Of X-Tasy  
7.  The Mission  
8.  Gates Of Babylon  
9.  Sleepless Nights  
10.  Take Me To The Limit  
11.  Long Way To Go  
12.  Fool For The Fight  
13.  Flyin' High  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: jaspouiille Date: April 11, 2004 at 4:22
solid swiss melodic metal in the vein of dark sky, gothard,evidence one one,shakra...but this second cd his not their best but let s them a chance

From: montenn Date: April 14, 2004 at 23:53
absolutely amazing band.finally getting the recognition they deserve often compared to a heavier masquerade(s/t).every song is loaded with killer rifts and to die for choruses.highly recommended.also check out there cd hold on to your dreams another awesome release.

From: Geoff Date: September 20, 2004 at 0:37
If you can find this, ensure you own it. Unfortunately there is a saxaphone player in the band, but not even that ruins stunning melodic hard rock songs like 'Love lies', 'Backstreet', the great midtempo groove of 'Don't turn away' and countless others, like one of my faves 'Fool for the fight'. Very melodic, sharp hard rock and very highly recommended.

From: stryper Date: July 7, 2005 at 6:04
cool cd.well worth having.another swiss master.this country has some great bands.gotthard transit.all top bands.

From: TIM (2) Date: August 8, 2006 at 3:41
This is class all the way. Despite the saxophone,this is a glorious example of MHR with some terrific songs & I will definitely track down their other releases. The musicianship is particularly great, just listen to the keyboards on "Gates of Babylon",and the songwriting standard stays high throughout. Despite a weak opening track and a slightly messy mix,this is very highly recommended to fans of Dark Sky,Fair Warning,or a heavier Craaft. Powerful stuff,but plenty of great keyboards. 8.5/10.

From: 707STAR Date: August 20, 2015 at 0:07
THIS CD KICKS ASS. FANTASTIC MELODY WITH MIND BOGGLING GUITAR WORK. GREAT SINGER ALONG WITH A TIGHT BAND. BETTER GET THIS ONE. IT,S THEIR BEST. SONGS 2,3,4 STEAL THE SHOW. GUITAR PLAYER UNDERRATED.


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