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Artist: Last Cry

Title: In the Name of Love

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Last Cry In the Name of Love Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1993

Label: Joste Records (Canada)

Catalog Number: 9213


Mike Previti lead vocals, acoustic guitars
Jeff Wahtola lead guitar, Background vocals
Sean Peter Hagon keyboards, Background vocals
Gary Massucco bass, Background vocals
Keith Gilmore drums, Background vocals


1.  In the Name of Love  3:22
2.  City Queen  4:47
Total Running Time:  8:09

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From: Dan Date: January 15, 2003 at 3:12
I don't normally put CD singles on the site here, but apparently this band never put out a full-length CD, just this one single. It's a shame, because I like their sound...

From: M. Allen Date: January 15, 2003 at 19:24
The potential heard on this single, especially the title song, is enough to make you weep that the band didn't record a full-length CD. This is quality melodic hard rock and deserves to be heard by any fan of the genre. They had a cool name & a great song yet still couldn't catch a break; just goes to show you how much grunge changed the musical landscape of the early 90s. Pick this one up if you can find it; you'll love the songs & hate it that there's not more of them.

From: Raindropz Date: January 18, 2003 at 7:49
These guys without a doubt, had what it takes to be a popular band!! Great melodic rock... "In the name of love" is a killer tune, and "City queen" pleasantly reminds me of early Danger Danger!! One more band that should have made it big, but wasn't given the chance!! Danger Danger fans (YOU MUST HEAR CITY QUEEN!!) Two words... KICK ASS!!

From: koogles Date: November 10, 2003 at 15:13
Amazing stuff. Like what New England would've sounded like if they entered the arena 10 years later. Not surprisingly, John Fannon (New England) is the producer here. Only 2 songs, but what a couple of songs they are! Glistening AOR in the style of the first two Bon Jovi CDs, Hybrid Ice's "No Rules" or Danger Danger (as Raindropz accurately mentioned). "City Queen" reminds me of D2's "Under the Gun" with a little more AOR influence. "In the Name of Love" is just as good, with KILLER harmonies!

From: Ryan Moreau Date: November 19, 2003 at 14:32
Wow! Is all i can say about this album! It's unbelievable that this band didn't make it bigtime. I have this 2 track cd and listen to it on a daily basis. I love the dreamy sound of the bass guitar mixed with the powerful voice of the singer. Overall, i give this album a 10 out of 10 stars!

From: Fez Clydelle Date: November 19, 2003 at 14:37
I recently bought this CD off ebay cause i friend told me to check it out. I was amazed with the potential of this band. I just wonder why they never hit it big. The song City Queen made me break out my old Jane Fonda work out tapes and get myself back into aerobics. A must buy!!

From: Joey D Date: November 19, 2003 at 17:32
I just love everything about this band. They had the looks (especially the bass player) the sound and the talent to go very far. It's just too bad they couldn't catch a break. I love the cheesy lyrics and the sappy messages but most of all the name... Last Cry... Brilliant! I think a website dedicated to the memory of this band is in order.

From: An old fan Date: December 1, 2003 at 15:49
I saw these guys live playing with Boston in 93. I have a music video that they came out with for the song "In the Name of Love" but was never released. The guitar player and drummer formed a band named Syndicate that has toured Brazil a few times. I have lots of Last Cry stuff, they toured where I lived way up in ME and thier song went number 1. Let me know if anyone is interested in buying some live tapes or music videos of the guys. lokibleeds@hotmail.com see ya

From: nicole Date: March 3, 2004 at 11:13
I love this Last Cry CD! More importantly, I love Mike Previti, who was the lead singer at the time this demo came out. He's still out there and making amazing music. His website is www.mikepreviti.com - definitely worth giving a listen to!

From: aorjocke Date: March 29, 2004 at 10:20
This is really a killer AOR CD-Singel! Both tracks have that pure 80's sound to it, with lots of keyboards.This would appeal to fans of early Danger Danger and Bon Jovi. "City queen" has lot of similaritys to "I'd die for you" from Bon Jovi's "Slippery when wet" album.Highly recommended!

From: mike Date: January 21, 2005 at 10:38
I agree with the above mentioned recommendings. It`s a real killer cd-single. It`s a shame, they didnt`t bring out a full length album.If you have the chance to get this one then grab it!

From: z4roxx Date: January 21, 2005 at 19:07
Perfect,killer 2 tracks,fantastic!I think these guys will find a label anyway...

From: z4roxx Date: October 2, 2005 at 10:20
These 2 songs are awesome,especially tyhe first one.Címon guys,find a label to do a full lenght!!!

From: headbanger4life Date: October 18, 2005 at 3:47
Wow. I was really impressed with this one (only 2 songs though). I wish they would put out a full length release. These guys have the sound to make a great album. Very much like early Danger Danger. I was hesitant to pick this up since it's a single, but man I'm glad I did.

From: jefwah04 Date: February 13, 2006 at 0:11
Hi everyone,Im Jeff I was the guitar player In last cry. we came so close, we were regular Rotation on alot of raido stations played with alot of Big bands I went on to start a band Called Syndicate,syndicateband.com we toured all over Brazil, went #4 on the raido over there in 2001, and went back in 2003. I know Me and Mike the singer of last cry are the only ones that still play.. Sean, Keith, and gary never played again... Last cry was a great live band so tight it was crazy.. I miss it..

From: jski007 Date: March 13, 2006 at 21:16
Great up beat melodic rock cd single. Use to hear In the Name of Love on B106 out of Nashua, NH back in the early 90's. Took forever to find the cd but finally did at a leominster, MA Strawberry's. Very much like an early Danger Danger and early Bon Jovi. Jeff, you guys need to record or do a couple shows together again! If you can find this gem, buy it!

From: gm Date: April 5, 2006 at 12:19
hey jeff what up dog! Its only been 15 years, hey i never stopped playing , I am in a cover band these days , check out the web site at www.bustednutzz.com. I miss those days as well and still run in to people that seen us play at one time ...Gary

From: Blue Tequila Date: June 12, 2006 at 15:50
This cd is too good to be limited to just two songs. One can only imagine if this had been a full length release. What potential! Of course given the year it came out it probably wouldn't have done anything but we could be enjoying it as we do the two track disc. Both tracks are great, and as mentioned above the sound is Bon Jovi mixed w/Danger Danger. I found it for a buck and boy was it ever worth it!

From: 80sforever Date: September 18, 2006 at 11:24
Let me tell you I found what I am looking for any more songs on this CD and I would explode! The Power, the Melodies and the Cute guys all wraped in one band are you kidding me! My boyfriend is so jelous of this record I have the whole bedroom wall covered in Last cry albums! Please guys we need some new material and a tour!

From: groupiegrl Date: September 18, 2006 at 13:10
OH MY GOD!!!! I remember these guys we played naked twister under the stage with the guys from Def Leppard. My mom and I always reminisce about our wild Last Cry Adventures every Thanksgiving. The kids love the stories! Please tour again.

From: the game Date: September 18, 2006 at 17:14
I am very interested in getting a copy of their single cd ,any demos and live shows on cd-r and videos. Can anyone make me a copy or send me soundfiles. Please contact me. jsokoloski7@hotmail.com

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: February 21, 2007 at 11:18
Great AOR/Melodic Hard Rock, y como dice el MAESTRO DE MAESTROS aorjocke(junto a Champions los Cracks en gustos musicales no conocere a 2 asi que tengan un gusto en escoger canciones y albums simplemente MAESTROS + YO la Trilogia ) 2 cortes pero que cortes "City Queen" es Bon Jovi total de sus 2 primeros trabajos como si fuera uno de sus mejores temas el mejor de los 2 cortes se lleva 10 puntos, "In the Name of Love" en la onda danger Danger 8 puntos general 9/10.

From: Kralli Date: October 8, 2008 at 10:03
Okey I just got my hands on this cd... Is "the original" of this singel homeprinted? Mine looks very homeprinted with no booklet etc, just a front picture and back insert with very little information.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: June 23, 2010 at 16:02
Only 2 songs but with plenty of quality..."In The Name Of Love" is a nice solid hard AOR track and "City Queen"is my fave one,catchy chorus and pleasant melodies...i like Mike Previti's voice,very melodic,perfect 4 AOR songs!.86/100..

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