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Label: Main Stage Productions, Inc.
Catalog Number: MSP1296
James Goare lead and rhythm guitars, lead and backing vocals, keyboards, guitar synth|
Brett Hardin drums, percussion, lead and backing vocals, keyboards
Steve Edwards bass, fretless bass, backing vocals
|1. ||Weight of the World ||3:47|
|2. ||Take No Prisoners ||4:38|
|3. ||Just to Be With You ||6:20|
|4. ||Miranda ||4:20|
|5. ||I Can't Go Wrong ||4:55|
|6. ||What You Mean to Me ||4:31|
|7. ||The Old Brown Chair ||4:35|
|8. ||You Belong to Me ||4:16|
|9. ||No Goodbyes ||5:44|
|10. ||I Could Be Good for You ||4:49|
|11. ||Element of Trust ||4:52|
|12. ||The Moment Still Remains ||3:17|
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|Total Running Time:|| 56:04|
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||Date: March 9, 2004 at 0:14|
|They start out with 'Weight Of The World', which has a neat shuffle beat, somewhere between Toto and Lionels Dad. Next up is the mid-tempo 'Take No Prisoners' with a mesmeric arrangement, followed by the sensational 'Just To Be With You', which invokes all the moodiness that you'd expect someone like Tommy Denander to come up with. For an indie effort, you can allow some leeway on the production which is a little raw.
||Date: February 11, 2005 at 6:46|
|Hi Brett... Hope you read this.... It's me. From Sarnia. I used to DJ at the Station...
||Date: September 30, 2006 at 16:23|
|TOTO comparison seems to be accurate(but not from Fahrenheit album era). Sometimes you can swear it's Lukather's playing, while this album reminds me of his solo efforts as well. Vocals are a bit similar to Jon Fiore(at least of 90s Fiore albums), while the material is generally guitar driven, but you can hear some keyboards too. "You belong to me" and "Miranda" are my favourits.
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