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Artist: Push

Title: 4 the Love of the Game

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2002

Label: Z Records

Catalog Number: ZR 1997064

Personnel

Martie Peters lead vocals
Anthony Lledo guitar, keyboards, bass
Jesper Werner drums
Jan Eliasson bass

Martin Slott guitar on tracks 10 and 11
Tommy Adler Ahler drums on track 10
Kasper Sogreen bass on tracks 10 and 11
Morten Plenge drums on track 11

Tracks

1.  4 the Love of the Game  
2.  Heart Is an Empty Space  
3.  Only Dreaming  
4.  In My Blood  
5.  Time to Let You Know  
6.  Not This Time  
7.  Lucky Man  
8.  The Best Thing  
9.  More Than Meets the Eye  
10.  Just a Man  
11.  Black Candles  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Matt Tritico Date: June 30, 2003 at 13:11
Hi guys! PUSH is no more but Martie Peters lives on with a new solo album coming out this year. Go to WWW.MARTIEPETERS.COM for more info. Thanks, Matt

From: Rycheage Date: July 2, 2003 at 22:25
As does the style on this album vary, so does the production. At times it's as smooth as one would expect based on past experiences, but at other times - especially on those heavier tracks, it's rawer and maybe not as complete as it could have been. In fact, of the entire selection of AOR tracks, there really aren't any fillers. It's helps to have a fondness for Martie's voice, as it has it's own style. But it's when things turn heavy that we begin to see a drop in song quality and production.

From: Geoff Date: December 7, 2004 at 4:12
I was initially devestated with this release. One of the things I loved so much about all previous Push releases was the big heavy sound. Gone is that and in its place is an almost demo-quality production job. When you get around that, you discover the songs are as good as before, and even better in places. 'Heart is an empty space' is almost as stunning as 'Waitin' in the line', 'Time to let you know' is beautiful, 'Lucky man' is a melodic gem and the last two are killer outtakes from last CD.

From: z4roxx Date: January 28, 2005 at 14:33
Push one of my fave band in the last years indeed.I like White Lion and I like these guys too,maybe more melodick than White Lion but very close to their style.This cd is good but their best are the first 2 with some killer tracks also in this one and in"on the run"cd.Heard all mp3 songs of the new solo by Martie Peters,It would be a good melodick cd indeed,same style as Push,I'll buy surely it.I like M.Peters voice and his vocals arrangments,too.

From: mattboy71 Date: May 15, 2006 at 16:57
Hi all, Check out these pages for both Martie Peters Group and Push on myspace.com! http://www.myspace.com/martiepetersgroup http://www.myspace.com/pushmusicrocks Thanks! Matt www.myspace.com/mattboy71 (Also a treat for die hard fans, we have the unreleased version of "Lucky Man" and an unreleased track called "Reason To Live" on the music player!)

From: Footstomp Date: January 12, 2009 at 4:16
This was my first encounter with PUSH. The production isn’t that good, neither is the cd overall. But I really like the song “Heart is an empty space”. Songs like “lucky man”, “The Best Thing”, “Just a Man” and “Black Candles” is good tunes as well.


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