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Artist: Joey Tempest

Title: Joey Tempest

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Category: AOR

Year: 2002

Label: Universal (Japan)

Catalog Number: UICO-1047


Joey Tempest vocals, guitars
Malcolm Pardon bass, guitars
Fredrik Rinman keyboards, guitars
Jorgen Wall drums
Adam Lamprell guitars


1.  Forgiven  3:58
2.  Loved By Me  3:45
3.  Sometimes  3:56
4.  Losers  3:08
5.  Superhuman  3:37
6.  Always On The Run  3:30
7.  Outside Heaven  3:54
8.  Magnificent  2:18
9.  Dreamless  3:35
10.  Every Universe  4:07
11.  Falling Apart  3:37
12.  Don't Change  3:23
13.  Kill For A Girl Like You (bonus track)  4:06
14.  Kicking Around (bonus track)  3:41
Total Running Time:  50:35

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Robbottinghteth Date: September 26, 2003 at 10:05
Classy release. Very different to earlier solo efforts and well worth a listen. Quite 'coldplay'ish in mix, very good songwriting though from the silver tongued swedish ex-rocker. Perhaps someday, we'll get another Europe release....one can only hope.

From: night Date: September 26, 2003 at 12:25
Yes, one can only hope for a Europe reunion! Europe is my favourite band and will always be, but Joey seems to betray his roots completely by releasing this BritPop album,. There are certainly good tracks on it like 'Superhuman', 'Losers', or 'Sometimes' but it just ain't rock.

From: robbottinthethi Date: September 28, 2003 at 12:04
I suppose in Joey's own words 'nothing is constant except change'. Europe were a fantastic band with some unforgetable tunes and perhaps there will be a chance to see them live again some day..........

From: John Date: October 1, 2003 at 15:14
Joe tries modern but forgets to write good songs. I want to like this album, but it makes me want to take a nap. There's nothing on this record that grabs me. 5/10.

From: Karin Date: July 28, 2004 at 14:36
I don't see why Joeys solo projects always rank under ''heavy'' in stores and on the internet. I mean, this ain't hard rock! In my opinion these lyrics are really good, even better than the ones he wrote for Europe, they tended to be kindda mainstream. ''This could be your favourite song, if you let it. Maybe all the chords are wrong, but that's how we made it.'' I luv that part! But the music makes me wanna take a nap too. Let's celebrate Europes reunion and hope for good lyrics AND music!

From: West Of Sunset Date: September 22, 2004 at 5:59
really magic. a great cd. "Every Universe" is one of the best songs ive ever heard in my life, nowadays this cd is my soundtrack. by the way i have the new Europe cd "Start from the dark" and is a killer cd!!! Contact:davidgilvallejo@wanadoo.es

From: howe Date: October 6, 2004 at 19:09
Guys, are you crazy??? Joey Tempest has been one of the most creative rock musicians in the past two decades! His songs now are different from "classical Hard Rock", but hey, this isn't the 80's anymore!!! Great songs, great production, GREAT ALBUM! In fact, all of his solo albums are really, really good!!! CONGRATULATIONS, JOEY! 9/10

From: Big Mike Date: February 13, 2005 at 12:04
Good songs but not a rock CD. very pop

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