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Category: Melodic Hard Rock
Label: Smark Records
Catalog Number: C-SC1001
|3.||Dying to Survive|
|6.||Love in Vain|
|7.||Spark Turns Into Flame|
|8.||I Feel Love|
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|From: TIM||Date: January 23, 2003 at 6:33|
|Go buy this- it's a fun cd at a nice price.|
|From: JF||Date: April 11, 2003 at 1:27|
|TIM - I don't have this one.....what would you compare it to?|
|From: TIM||Date: April 11, 2003 at 3:10|
|Let me pull it out and give it a spin. I'll get back to you.|
|From: TIM||Date: April 11, 2003 at 3:36|
|The vocals are kind of reminiscent of Wiser Sin. The guitar is a combo of Wiser Sin, Gypsy Rose, Warrant, Dokken, Junkyard, and various others. This one was recommmended to me and it's got some good stuff. They wander into a southern style at times but it's very good.|
|From: TIM||Date: April 11, 2003 at 3:38|
|If you have a high-speed connection I'll send some mp3s.|
|From: TIM||Date: April 11, 2003 at 3:39|
|If you like Silence you'll probably appreciate this one as well.|
|From: Kid B||Date: May 24, 2003 at 12:27|
|The song "I Feel Love" really shows off the lead playing talents of Mike Ricketts. The stuff they use to play is much better but VERY hard to get. This new line-up just does not write the same way the old line-up did but they are still very good. The old line-up was more like Queensryche - but better, rawer. Thats my $ .02 worth.|
|From: Richie Rich||Date: August 6, 2004 at 16:07|
|Kid B. is that you? Are you who I think you are? Well if you are, the Queensryche days were alot of fun. As far as our writing styles go..yes, our old style was much rawer as the times dictated, but our music today has (somewhat) evolved with the times. Either way,...GOOD TIMES!!|
|From: Chad||Date: September 11, 2004 at 1:55|
|This is a very good album. Not great but worthwhile to check out. It is affordable and is a cross between Savannah and Frontline. While this came out in 1993 before the afformentioned bands, that is saying something.Production is pretty good and the songwriting is strong. A good mix of slower tunes and rockers. The guitar player can certainly play.I wish they put out more stuff. I feel they would have evolved nicely.Pick this one up, you won't be disappointed.|
|From: Chad||Date: September 11, 2004 at 22:46|
|After giving this one a few more spins I must say that the music grows on you. The songs Cry Wolf, The River, Dying to Survive and Trusting Soul are very good. This one does take a few listens to stick, but it does grab you and is a very good release.|
|From: Geoff||Date: September 13, 2004 at 2:52|
|Above is a perfect reason why I am not comfortable with giving comparisons in this genre, unless it's blatantly obvious (eg. Crystal Ball / Victory)... but above Chad compares this to Frontline and Savannah - two of the most highly regarded bands out there through these eyes. But this CD is merely a shadow of a decent hard rock release. I don't mind it, but it's pretty bland IMO, and yeah... decent at best. Frontline or Savannah? Have alisten yourself, but for me that's way off the mark...|
|From: Chad||Date: October 8, 2004 at 21:00|
|I would agree with Geoff that while these guys are not in the same league as Frontline or Savannah, I was just trying to give others a feel for what kind of music it is. If you read my first post, I did say that it was not great but worthwile. I did not say that it was as good as the aformentioned bands. I am comfortable giving those comparisons as long as I did not state that they were equal too or better than those bands. I believe that I have pretty good tastes when it comes to 80's and AOR.|
|From: Chad||Date: October 8, 2004 at 21:03|
|I feel that if I recommend a band or album, a person can feel comfortable picking it up. I have a vast musical library in this genre. I would not recommend an album just for the kicks. If it sucks I will say so. Pick this one up as it does not suck. It grows on you and is a good collection of tunes. Good not great as I said earlier.|
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