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||Date: March 28, 2003 at 15:06|
|I have the vinyl, with the first 9 tracks, from this Italian band(the first included here on heavyharmonies).It's dated 1989, a good album between aor and melodic hard rock. My favorite song is "A man that got no heart",with a very intelligent lyric.
||Date: March 28, 2003 at 15:32|
|Elektradrive released 3 albums: 1) Over The Space 1986 2) Due 1989 3) Big City 1993 Bye firstname.lastname@example.org
||Date: November 22, 2004 at 18:06|
|Aparentemente este CD es del 89, y es mejor que BIG CITY. El tema A MAN THAT GOT NO HEART es buenísimo, parece DOKKEN ( también ) mezclado con WHITESNAKE ( por la voz ). Solo por ese tema, ya vale la pena por conseguirlo. Hacen HRM clásico americano, menos en 2 de los bonus, que parecen aquellas bandas de HM inglesas de princípios de los 80.
||Date: February 23, 2005 at 12:18|
|This is a compilation of the first 9 songs coming from "Due" lp, plus the other grom their debut ep "Over The Space". The styles are different, the debut ep was not so mature and not AOR...better keep your eye on the 2 "real" albums also listed here.
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||Date: July 29, 2005 at 11:24|
|This is classy, very classy, although I can't say I like the tracks from the 'Over The Space' album as much, as they are really out of tack with the rest of the material on show. Still the rest is excellent stuff indeed, with 'Back On The Road' kicking things off, with it's Parping Keys (another highlight of the whole disc). Other highlights are the Shy like 'The Magic Lamp'
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||Date: July 29, 2005 at 11:29|
|...the ballad 'Dream On' and 'St Valentines Day'. This was given the full 5K rating in Kerrang when it came out and while I wouldn't quite give it the full star rating, it comes pretty close.
||Date: September 2, 2005 at 8:36|
|No doubt, it's very classy staff!!! But talking about genres, aside a couple of songs, this is melodic HARD ROCK and NOT a.o.r. So you've been told; Tough and outstandingly craafted hard rock with some aor hints here and there. Producction could be better but musicianship is really amazing. For those who are looking a Van Stephenson or early FM sounding alike this one will not work. I would compare their sound probably to Purple Heart s/t, anyway great hard rock!!
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