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Catalog Number: LIR 00094
|1.||...A New Salvation|
|4.||Gottit Goin On|
|6.||How U Want It|
|12.||Dragon Attack||Cover: Queen|
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|From: BOB||Date: October 26, 2004 at 17:57|
|If you don't have this one...don't bother. Even his voice is great as usual but here he have some borring leftovers..more like a childrens record (sorry). Get the stuff from his band Talisman & the new solo instead.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: December 1, 2006 at 20:58|
|Pop songs dear Bob,as simple as that.Not a good effort from Mr Soto.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: February 8, 2011 at 13:20|
|Ummmm..wrong comment i made in 2006 ...actually this album smokes really well !!!!...funk rock top notch songs and with that particular way of Jeff's singing..."Love Parade","Gottit Goin' On","Listen Up"(nice),"Ho U want It"(great funk),"Mnogamy"(also great funk),"Friend"(nice too) & "Dragon Attack"(highlight Queen cover...wonder why he almost got the job as Queen's new vocalist a time ago)...tell me about it?...for me,this one...94/100|
|From: Metal Loaf||Date: January 2, 2013 at 12:06|
|As usual, Soto's voice is in fine form. The music is a bit different from the most significant projects he'd pursued at the start of the decade (Eyes, Takara, Talisman and so on); the best comparison that comes to mind is the first Dan Reed Network album. If you enjoy that you'll probably like this one. "Love Parade" and "People" are te standouts here, but the weakest tracks, to my mind, are "4 U" (because he doesn't quite balance out the funk and rock influences as well as he does elsewhere on the album; he tilts too far toward the former and it suffers for it) and the cover of "Dragon Attack" (he sings it almost as well as Freddie Mercury, but I don't think it measures up so well against the more stripped down production in the original track).|
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