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Label: Epic/Sony (Japan)
Catalog Number: ESCA 7715
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Ron Anaman bass, vocals|
Frank Barbalace guitar, vocals
Thom Griffin guitar, lead vocals
Pat Leonard piano, keyboards
Bill Wilkins drums, percussion
|1. ||Make Time for Love ||3:22|
|2. ||Love Me Anytime ||3:38|
|3. ||I Know the Feeling ||4:46|
|4. ||Make It Last Forever ||5:11|
|5. ||Promises ||3:54|
|6. ||Cities ||4:26|
|7. ||What Can You Do? ||4:05|
|8. ||Clear Approach ||3:46|
|9. ||Wishing I Knew It All ||4:34|
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|Total Running Time:|| 37:42|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: February 27, 2007 at 12:54|
|Why only one comment on this classic ? One of the most finely crafted Pomp albums of all time. A true masterpiece !
||Date: June 16, 2007 at 23:20|
|hmm, where r the comments on the Trillion disks???? I like this one better then the first,a bit less pomp and more aor then the first but a great mix, Take time for love, Make it Last and Promises, if you like your aor with a touch of late 70's pomp, although was released in 1980, this is for you
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||Date: March 10, 2009 at 23:19|
|One of the best Pomp discs ever released in my humble opinion, now widely avaliable to everyone after the pricey Jap versions that were doing the rounds. The usual very high Rock Candy standards plus a great bonus track aswell, 'You Clown'(not listed). If you haven't heard it or never bought it before, now is your chance - 'Make It Last Forever' is still one awesome song and 'Clear Approach' a still one awesome album.
||Date: March 15, 2009 at 7:06|
|Jez - this IS the best pomp album of all time - it has a certain magic which could never be repeated - but could you tell me if it is worth getting the re-issue with the bonus track - I have the original Japanese version. Thanks.
||Date: January 14, 2012 at 13:53|
|A really nice one, but i like the debut more!!
|From: juan carlos
||Date: August 1, 2014 at 20:54|
|I have to admit that i am not a big fan of Pomp/AOR music, so this album is quite good to me but not essential in my book. It sounds a bit dated but there are some quite good moments for example "Love Me Anytime" my favorite song, some enjoyables tunes or melodic solos (Promises). Pomp/AOR diehard fans this is for you. 80/100
||Date: October 23, 2017 at 22:24|
|THIS IS ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS FOR EVEN BEING RELEASED. A BUNCH OF OUT OF TUNE SONGS. ROCK CANDY REMASTERED THIS ONE WHICH I WONDER WHY IT,S CALLED ROCK CANDY. THERE IS NOT 1 GOOD SONG ON THIS CD. FERGIE SHOULD HAVE STAYED WITH TRILLION. HIS VOICE WAS POWERFUL AND FULL OF SPIRIT.
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