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Category: AOR / Melodic Rock
Label: MelodicRock Records
Catalog Number: MRR099
|3.||I Need You|
|4.||I Don't Want Your Love|
|5.||Givin' Up Easy|
|6.||Say It Now|
|8.||A Simple Song|
|9.||I Met A Girl|
|10.||What If They Lied|
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|From: tomdwa||Date: March 16, 2020 at 21:21|
|First comment here apparently, strange because this is a special album by a band that remained silent during many years and reemerges now. The album starts in a spectacular fashion, with the first 4 songs that sound truly amazing. Modern aor at its best, played by stellar musicians (Tommy Funderburk! Bruce Gaitsch! CJ Vanston!) and with a perfect production (the album really sounds 'expensive'). Pity the quality of the songs drops after the 4 first songs, with the exception of Say it now. A nice surprise, nevertheless.|
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