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Category: AOR

Year: 1990

Label: Curb

Catalog Number: D2-77314

Average Rating: 88 / 100 (30 ratings)

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Personnel
Jimmy O'Shea
Steven Dougherty
Jeff Scott Soto
Aldy Damian
Tracks
1.  Callin' All Girls  
2.  Every Single Minute  
3.  Don't Turn Around  
4.  Miss Demeanor  
5.  Young and Innocent  
6.  Walkin' Fire  
7.  Wired 4 Love  
8.  Nobody Said it was Easy  
9.  Can't Get Enough  
10.  Start Livin'  

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From: Ronnie Date: September 30, 2001 at 1:41
I have over 1700 CD's....This one always finds its way in my player....Not a bad song on here...

From: koogles Date: January 1, 2002 at 13:25
Ronnie's right. This CD is a powerhouse. HUGE production, MASSIVE choruses and OVER-THE-TOP vocals courtesy of the one and only Jeff Scott Soto. If you love Def Leppard, Kane Roberts and Winger, this will absolutely rip your head off! ESSENTIAL.

From: WidoMakr Date: January 31, 2002 at 18:40
Holy S'in F'in mother.....damn what a great CD...where do u start about raving other than everything is great...fans of up tempo 80's guitar riffs....get this damn cd NOW!..quote the WidoMakr....never more

From: The Frost Date: March 17, 2002 at 2:18
Damn! You want something to listen to with the chicks? This is it!! I dont know what it is but they love these guys.One very good CD!!Like Ronnie this one always finds its way into my player too, especially when chicks are involved!!!!!!!It's almost a guarantee!!9 out of 10

From: dokken6008 Date: April 8, 2002 at 7:56
Yo, koogles. The Def Leppard comparison is nice but calling Eyes a Winger sound-alike is not a great selling-point.

From: Desslar Date: April 8, 2002 at 14:21
Great pop metal album. Jeff Scott Soto has a fantastic voice. Get the import version with the acapella version of "Somebody to Love" at the end.

From: dokken6008 Date: April 9, 2002 at 13:03
Is that a ballad or what?

From: Desslar Date: April 10, 2002 at 2:32
It's a cover of some Motown classic. Great!

From: dokken6008 Date: April 10, 2002 at 13:37
Thanks for the info, Dess.

From: P.C. Date: April 14, 2002 at 15:21
Don't Turn Around - one of the greatest power ballads in rock history .

From: TIM Date: April 25, 2002 at 10:23
Soto sounds like a combination of Marq Torien and Paul Stanley. Don't get me wrong, the style of music is much different than the 2 aforementioned groups. He can sing like one or the other or splice the two. He has a terrific voice. This is well worth your money.

From: Blue Tequila Date: May 18, 2002 at 0:15
Great album from start to finish. Sounds to me like Def Leppard mixed with a little Van Halen. Wired 4 Love really rocks, and Young and Innocent takes me back to my high school days. awesome album! One of my top 10 favorite bands!

From: JapLance Date: May 31, 2002 at 6:04
Jeff Scott Soto on Vocals. Do I have to say anything else?

From: JoseM(Spain)Sev Date: July 28, 2002 at 21:16
You're right JapLance ,just say is Jeff Scott soto on Vocals, GREAT RECORD.

From: Steve T Date: September 3, 2002 at 11:09
Excellent album. Sound nothing like Winger though

From: DARTH Date: October 9, 2002 at 15:59
Just had to say something here that might freak you guys out. I love this cd and the song Don't Turn Around is one amazing song....But it has a haunted past. If you pick up Ace Of Base's first cd you will find the same song with a up-speed,dance beat. I'm not sure who done the song first....but I believe it may have been AOB. This cd still kicks ass. JSS has one of the best voices ever!!!

From: Desslar Date: October 11, 2002 at 8:07
The Ace of Base version of "Don't Turn Around" came out 4 years later. I don't think either band actually wrote the song. Eyes' version is pretty sweet. "Nobody Said it was Easy" is great too.

From: robert Date: October 20, 2002 at 18:56
que puedo decir del grandioso jeff scott soto y el no menos marcel jacobs? q son brutales!!

From: robert Date: October 20, 2002 at 18:58
bueno el marcel cuando esta en talisman eh, q me confundio!!

From: Alcamenes Date: January 19, 2003 at 1:33
I finally picked this disc up and was it worth the wait. Jeff Scott Soto is one of my favorite rock vocalists and this CD just proves why. I can't find a weak moment anywhere on this disc.

From: robert Date: January 28, 2003 at 19:45
bueno, bueno,muy bueno, pero me quedo con el 2. DON'T TURN AROUND q temazo!!

From: Blue Tequila Date: April 2, 2003 at 1:10
Hey Dan, why are the band comments getting wider and wider and wider????? They don't even fit on the screen anymore.

From: Paul Ryan Date: May 1, 2003 at 11:41
Agree with all the earlier comments. This is an outstanding album. JSS is a god on this record. The backing vocals are HUGE, much bigger than Blue Tears. Excellent production and each song has a brilliant melody. Young and Innocent is the kind of track that gives you goosebumps it's that good. Don't turn around sounds SO much better as a rock song than some shitty disco track. This is definitely worth tracking down. There is a Def Leppard type sound to the record but don't expect a Leppard clone

From: John Date: August 12, 2003 at 11:58
Not a bad one in the bunch. JSS is a vocal genius.

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From: Blue Charvel Date: August 20, 2003 at 11:51
I love the guitar sound on this too. Nice, user-friendly rock 'n' roll.

From: rockinmyassoff Date: August 23, 2003 at 23:53
one word describes this: OUTSTANDING! It's 13 years old now and still kicks my ass. No filler songs here. This is one of my all-time faves. Excellent vocals from JSS, nice harmonies and musically sound. You'll be singing right along with EVERY song. Great to crank up while driving your car on a nice day. Highly recommended!

From: Studboy Date: October 17, 2003 at 0:30
Kicks ass is all I can say bout this CD. Worth every penny.

From: 80sMetal1 Date: November 13, 2003 at 17:29
Awesome, awesome cd. Jeff Scott Soto's vocals just soar, and the songs are melodic catchy and metallic. Callin' All Girls was the first single and appeared on Headbangers Ball, like right before the disaster of grunge. Young & Innocent is my favorite track and Wired 4 Love and Start Livin also melodically kick. And Don't Turn Around just has to be heard to be believed.

From: Agnar Date: November 24, 2003 at 21:29
I have seen Soto on stage, he kicks, but i don't like his funk-oriented songs (he fills all his projects with them!)... he can write excellent traditional metal stuff, why to do it in other ways?

From: MJ Date: December 5, 2003 at 2:32
This is one of my FAVORITE CDs!! I absolutely love Jeff Scott Soto's vocals on this! EVERY song on this is GREAT! The acapella "Somebody to Love" at the end is amazing!! All the songs are so good, I don't know if I can even name a favorite.......well, maybe "Calling All Girls" ........ but then there's "Miss Demeanor".....no...maybe "Don't Turn Around".......yikes.

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From: Whiplash1972 Date: December 6, 2003 at 19:27
Totally agree MJ...not a bad song on this disc. Jeff Scott Soto has always been a powerhouse of a vocalist, but this CD showcases his voice from start to finish.Hard to pick a favorite here,as they're all excellent, but if I had to, I guess "Calling All Girls" does kinda stay with you for HOURS after you've heard it. Top notch stuff here...get it!

From: meradona Date: January 12, 2004 at 10:32
Jeff es dios , es impresionante, como se puede cantar asi. he escuchado todos los discos de Jeff desde Yngwie y no deja de sorprenderme, atencion a la version de Don't turn around

From: Edu Martins Date: February 23, 2004 at 17:50
We have here a very good band and a very good album. Lots of good music, good riffs and very well done chorus. Callin' All Girls is a instant classic! Very good production work too. Anyway, Jeff Scott Soto is the biggest slut of metal, together with Joe Lynn turner and Glenn Hughes. They simply releases about 5 or more albums per year, with or without a permanent band... lol

From: Rycheage Date: April 4, 2004 at 20:14
This is a fairly classy affair, while the album theme is fraught with sexual references, of which the band are only too happy to admit. Overall though, the delivery is hard rockin', melodious to the ear, and infectious as only the best bands can create. Most of the songs are Soto, Damian and Dougherty co-writes, and quality abounds all the way through.

From: Lionheart Date: April 11, 2004 at 21:54
Reggae greats Aswad wrote "Dont Turn Around" in answer to the above question. I love Eyes, but personally the originators Aswad do this song much better than Eyes or AOS.

From: Cruise Date: April 12, 2004 at 9:38
Diane Warren wrote "Don't Turn around". Aswad merely recorded a version of the song. Anyway, this is a fantastic album with Jeff singing his ass off. Love it!

From: K.K. Poland Date: May 1, 2004 at 2:56
Callin' All Girls!!! totally ROCKS!!! Soto! yeah yeah yeah, get it now, or die

From: Chad Date: May 2, 2004 at 2:44
I am a huge 80's fan, having lived through the time. This is a great album. I still listen to it alot. Jeff Scott Soto has one of the best voices in rock. I put him up there with Halford, Tate and Ronnie James. The guitars on this album smoke too. While there are some slower, mellower tunes, it is a great album from start to finish. I would also recommend Takara and Talisman. He also sang on some Axel Rudi Pell albums. His solo stuff is not quite as good musically but his voice is always the foc

From: TIM (2) Date: June 2, 2004 at 12:18
Brilliant stuff with awesome vocals. His "Prism" solo album is also essential. Whoever above said that Aswad's reggae version of "Don't Turn Around" is better than this version has clearly been on the ganja...

From: anonymous1 Date: June 7, 2004 at 15:27
AWESOME!! Fave is "Wired For Love." Love the middle of that song..."IS IT ALL A WASTE OF TIME, AM I JUST A FOOL? TELL ME IF I'M ONLY DREAMING. CUZ NO ONE'S EVER MADE ME FEEL THE WAY U DO, C'MON DO ME ALL OVER AGAIN." Soto rocks--hands down.

From: Big Papa K Date: June 13, 2004 at 0:43
Once again Jeff Scott Soto delivers the goods. If only this album had been on a bigger label, than Mr. Soto would be a household name. Instead he is just a cult hero in the melodic rock community. 8/10

From: Scandinavia Date: June 19, 2004 at 7:37
This one's a keeper!! A straight 10/10...Does it get any better???

From: Geoff Date: August 24, 2004 at 20:36
Absolutely massive melodic hard rock release. Stellar sound, production and vocals - killer musicianship. And the songs! 'Every single minute', 'Don't turn around', 'Young and Innocent' (A personal fave), 'Wired for love' (Another fave) and 'Nobody said it was easy' could all have featured on an hit singles chart in the day as they are excellent slabs of commercial hard rock - overall, just a killer melodic hard rock release!!! My fave JSS project and album...

From: flipman Date: August 27, 2004 at 21:51
I've had this cd for years and never listened to all of it. After checking out the comments on this page I pulled it off the shelf ad played it. Damn, this is one kick ass cd. Like previous comments on this page, "Don't Turn Around" is a beautifully done remake. The production on this cd is very well done.

From: LaLanea Date: August 30, 2004 at 15:58
I have gone through three Cassesttes of this album and would loved to have it CD. This Album is aewsome.

From: jessica96fish Date: September 24, 2004 at 7:43
ain't this just one of the coolist albums ever?full of brilliant catchy songs.top marks all round for this gem.just and buy this brilliant!brilliant album.lalanea you'll find it on ebay for sure.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: October 17, 2004 at 10:52
BAH, OTRO ALBUM DECEPCIONANTE, NO SE COMO PUEDA GUSTAR ESTE TIPO DE MUSICA, Y LO PONEN COMO AOR, JAJAJA ESTO ES DE LO PEOR QUE E ESCUCHADO EN HARD ROCK Y ALGUNOS LO PONEN COMO CLASICO A ESTE MEDIOCRIDAD, PREFIERO MIL VECES EL DISCO DE LOS MOTORATONES DE JEFF, ESE SI ES UN BUEN HARD ROCK, AVERAGE RECORD. PUNTUACION 3/10 VERY BAD ALBUM. YA ES TIEMPO QUE EMPIECE A COMENTAR DE LOS MALOS ALBUMS QUE ALGUNOS PONEN COMO JOYITAS.

From: meradona Date: October 17, 2004 at 12:23
Pues yo creo que es mejor que cualquier disco de bonfire, pero con muchisima diferencia, para empezar jeff supera al vocalista de bonfire en todo y las composiciones de este disco son perfectas,lo siento por ti Rafo , pero tiene que haber opiniones de todas las clases , para mi este disco es un clasico. 10/10.

From: T-Bone Date: October 25, 2004 at 4:03
This is a very good album indeed. I've listened to it a few times now and I am very impressed with it. The track Don't Turn Around was a kick in the ass for me. I never knew they did it. I know Bonnie Tyler did a version in the early 80's as well as a few other artists and then Ace Of Base in 1994. So far, I can't pick a favorite track. They are all very good. The vocals are typical JSS Perfection. I love the guitarwork and the production is crisp. This deserves a 10 all the way!

From: Repu Date: November 11, 2004 at 13:42
Me parece un disco soso (no malo).Las primeras canciones son un poco aburridas,pero se va animando ,pero tampoko llegan a ser obras maestras. 6,5/10 Rapho no te pases k no es tan malo,jaja xD. Un saludo!

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: November 11, 2004 at 23:00
SANTA MADRE DE DIOS!!!!! AMIGO MERADONA, MEJOR QUE CUALQUIER DE BONFIRE, ESTAS CHOCANDO CON UN VERDADERO SUPERGRUPO, PRIMERO QUE NADA BONFIRE ES DE LOS GRUPOS QUE ME GUSTAN PORQUE PRACTICAN UN HARD/AOR EXTRAORDINARIO Y LA VOZ DE SU CANTANTE ESTA HECHO PARA ESO, LO QUE MAS ME DUELE ES QUE PONGAN A ESTE ALBUM COMO AOR (EL ESTILO QUE MAS ME GUSTA), Y CARAJO ESTO NO ES AOR, ES SIMPLE Y PURO HARD ROCK CON ALGUNOS TOQUESITOS DE AOR, PERO NADA, LO ESTOY ESCUCHANDO AHORA Y NO ME LLENA.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: November 11, 2004 at 23:18
Young and Innocent SIN DUDA LA MEJOR DEL ALBUM, UNA DE LAS MEJORES DE JEFF, ESTE TEMA SI ES UN VERDADERO HARD/AOR MUY BUENO, PERO EL REST0 ESTAN BAJOS, PURO HARD ROCK, LE ESTOY DANDO SU OPORTUNIDAD A VER QUE PASA, LO QUE REALMENTE ME DUELE ES QUE LA MAYORIA LO PONE COMO JOYA, POR AHI E VISTO TREMENDOS ALBUMS VERDADERAS JOYAS Y NI COMENTARIOS HAY, TALVEZ ESOS ALBUMS SON SOLO PARA VERDADEROS CONOCEDORES, ESO ES LO MALO DE LOS NORTEAMERICANOS=PURO MARKETING QUE LLENA TU CABEZA. GUIATE POR TI MISMO

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: November 11, 2004 at 23:32
OTRA VEZ, A VER BUEN ALBUM SIN LLEGAR A JOYA COMO LA MAYORIA LO PONE, PUNTUACION 7/10, PARA QUE NO ME LAPIDEN, PERO ES MAS HARD ROCK, Young and Innocent TREMENDO TEMA DE HARD/AOR EXTRAORDINARIO JAJAJA, ME HACE RECORDAR LA CANCION DE ELEFANTE CON EL MISMO TITULO A DIFERENCIA QUE ES UN AOR TOTAL, SE ME PONE LA PIEL DE GALLINA CUANDO ESCUCHO TEMAS TREMENDOS COMO ESTE. QUISIERA VER ESTA CANTIDAD DE COMENTARIOS EN UN ALBUM QUE SI ES VERDADERA JOYA. LO MEJOR MIS AMIGOS Y NO ME LAPIDEN.

From: TOKIOBLADE Date: January 19, 2005 at 5:35
PARA NADA UNA JOYA,UN DISCO DEL MONTON,LAS CANCIONES SON ABURRIDISIMAS,DE LA PISTA 5 EN ADELANTE MEJORA BASTANTE AUNQUE NO LO PONDRIA COMO UNA JOYA,DE LO QUE MENOS ME HA GUSTADO DE JSS.NO SUPERA A BONFIRE NI DE COA...UN SALUDO TOKIOBLADE@HOTMAIL.COM

From: AUGUSTO Date: January 21, 2005 at 12:32
DECEPPCION, ESA ES PRIMERA PALABRA QUE ME INSPIRA ESTE DISCO, Y MAS ESTANDO EL MESTRO SOTO, TEMAS MAS COMUNES QUE CUALQUIERA DE BRYAN ADAMS,ABURRIDOS, SIN CLASE, NADA QUE VER CON EL SIGUIENTE CD, LA VERDAD ES QUE NO PENSE QUE ME IBA A DECEPCIONAR TANTO, PERO BUENO , HASTA LOS MEJORES PRONOSTICOS AVECES FALLAN.UN ABRAZO A TODOS LOS HERMANOS QUE AMAN ESTA MUSICA, LA UNICA QUE ES CAPAZ DE TRANSMITIR TANTAS EMOCIONES JUNTAS, DESDE ALEGRIA HASTA NOSTALGIA, HARD & AOR FOREVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

From: 9 CHAMPIONS A 1 Date: February 15, 2005 at 13:18
Estoy con los que piensan que este disco anda bastante lejos de ser una joya,bajo mi punto de vista los 2 temas AOR ("Dont Turn Around" y "Nobody Said It Was Easy") son los que le dan algo de atractivo a eal disco,la marchosa y meldica "Young And Innocent" tambien es un tema bastante digno,mientras que lo dems,o sea lo Hard Rockero lo dejaria al 50% entre temas pasables y mediocres.NO ESTA MAL.

From: mauricio Date: March 10, 2005 at 12:19
hi-from COSTA RICA sea como sea y para gustos colores este es un buen album quiza el mejor de EYES.para RAFO y MERADONA que puedo decir.para meradona YO TENGO LOS ALBUMES DE YNGWIE-TALISMAN-TAKARA-AXEL RUDI PELL-con soto y me gustan bastante no veo que sea un mal disco al contrario muy bueno 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10 mas el bonus a capella SOMEBODY TO LOVE.SCOTT SOTO NO ES UN MAL CANTANTE.y RAFO rafito a mi me facisna BONFIRE SON MUY GENIALES MUY SOFISTICADOS O VISTOS COMO LOS NUEVOS SCORPIONS

From: mauricio Date: March 10, 2005 at 12:25
no puedo ponerme ni en contra de uno ni del otro, porque los 2 grupos me gustan y nadie pone en duda la calidad que tiene jjs como cantante pero despues de todo es un gran disco MERADONA ya viene el SOULCIRKUS Y RAFO PORTATE BIEN TU OPINION VALE ,INSISTO ESUN CLASICO 8.6 SALUDOS A TODOS.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: March 10, 2005 at 23:03
jeje amigos no hay problema, todos tenemos nuestros gustos y eso se respeta, saludos a todos los hermanos del AOR y Hard-Rock/Melodico la mejor musica del planeta y de la humanidad.

From: Nelson Date: October 14, 2005 at 22:15
Have to agree about JSS's voice, but what about his song writing abilities? That's what I love about him. Noticed it when he was with Malmsteen. Yngwie can write on his own, but when Soto collaborates, its a definite KILLER. And I don't have to mention about his song in 'Attack of the Neon Shark'. That is the only reason to buy that CD. Simply put, he's my favorite song writer.

From: Butchwalkerulz Date: August 5, 2006 at 18:57
I'd have this album as Jeff Scott Soto's best and biggest sounding work.As a Leppard Fan i was really lovin' these big choruses.Check it out! 'Calling all Girls' was a cool video too

From: Kurt Cobeckham Date: August 17, 2006 at 20:16
TOKIOBLADE,Augustico,Mauricito,Repusito,9ChampionsitoA1 y ESPECIALMENTE RAFITO y MERADONITO ; ponganme todos mucha ATENCION : Este disco ni es Hard Rock ni muucho MENOS AOR ; sino una mera CRAP n BULLSHIT - si es que saben Ingles - porque puedos decirles que NOVOSELIC,GROHL y el VENERADO,GENIAL e INMORTAL Maestro y Lord SIR KURT COBAIN podrian haberles dado una buena PALIZA - aun lo harian -una buena COLETEADA de piso a toda su ambiguedad llamada Hard Rock , AOR o Melodic Metal.

From: Kurt Cobeckham Date: August 17, 2006 at 20:28
Aaaaaaahhh y digame oootro por ahi queeesque : JEFF es DIOOOS....jaaa jaaa ... Poor faaavoooor !!!! Caanta mejor Tom Waits en el clip de " I dont wanna grow up ". Espero por sus PRONTAS replicas y saludos desde la tierra del progreso , la verdadera revolucion y MECA del Comunismo global " CUUUBAA ".

From: mauricio Date: August 17, 2006 at 20:49
amigo KURT nose que,una mezcla de kurt cobain y david beckaham si que erees muy original,por lo visto tu no sabes lo que es musica,aparte de ello te equivocaste de sitio aqui no hay pagina de grunge,por otro lado como una banda de grunge le de una paliza a una banda de hard rock o aor jajaja por favor y como es eso de sir kurt cobain si este cantante tuyo de grunge deprimente tuvo una personalidad bastante barata y patetica que hoy por hoy se ha de estar pudriendo en el infierno,bueno como te

From: mauricio Date: August 17, 2006 at 20:57
decia hay muchos cantantes de aor y rock melodico bastante superiores a tu kurt cobain,que dicho sea de paso todos repudiamos el grunge y todos nosotros nos pasamos la memoria de kurt cobain por el culo.asi no te olvides kurt cobain es PLAYO,un consejo de amigo y sin llegar a mayores discrepancias ya que le tocaste los huevos al gallo,busca cantantes de hard rock,empapate del genero y ya veras,como pensaras diferente.un saludo y no seas menos idiota para hablar,te mando un abrazo.

From: juan carlos Date: August 17, 2006 at 23:13
Que paso? calma muchachos, para que responder?.. bueno, con respecto a este disco.. Hardrock del bueno, tintes mnimos de AOR y es que este es Hardrock puro ehh y muy bueno. Buena produccin, excelentes coros y la voz pletrica de JSS hacen de esto no un clsico pero un disco totalmente recomendable IMHO. Con sus medios tiempos tambien como no, en "Dont Turn Around" y "Nobody Said It Was Easy" muy buenos. Todo el disco en general esta bueno y buenos solos. Hardrock del bueno. 8.5/10

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: August 18, 2006 at 9:51
holas muchachos estoy en acuerdo con lo que dijo mi amigo Mauricio replicando a Kurt Cobeckham que debe ser un hibrido un cruce entre Cobain y Beckham (bueno asi es su Nick), ahora sobre Nirvana todos o la mayoria los conocen yo de adolescente los e escuchado tambien porque negarlo pero bueno se sabe que su estilo es de rabia y deprimente musica que para un adulto ya no es, es lo opuesto al Hard Rock o AOR que es musica con vida que da fuerzas y energia al alma y al corazon...

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: August 18, 2006 at 9:59
... en todo sentido el Hard Rock VS Grunge ya sabemos quien gana hablo de calidad, melodia, lirica, cantante, madurez en fin el Hard Rock(AOR-Rock Melodico incluidos que son hijos del Hard Rock tambien) no tiene comparacion ni siquiera el Heavy Metal puede competir con el, otro punto quiza Cobain ahora es una leyenda y mas por la forma que dejo este mundo pero si hay alguien aun mas legendario y muerto de la misma forma ese insuperable sera siempre el Legendario Jim Morrison y los Doors...

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: August 18, 2006 at 10:05
... con musica que tambien hablaba sobre el camino hacia el mas alla pero con otro estilo aura y atmosfera Los Doors en ese punto jamas sera superada por banda alguna, ahora creo que prefiero mas a los Foo Fighters que a Nirvana me gustan mas con una lirica mas alegre a diferencia de Nirvana, de toda esa movida Grunge Alice In Chains fue creo el que mas me gusto aunque ellos tambien tenian algo de Metal en fin en cada genero de musica no solo en Rock hay y habra buenos exponentes, nos vemos...

From: Carlos A. Date: August 18, 2006 at 18:55
Hey Cobeckham de Cuba,no provoques en vano el grunge tuvo su epoca(lo mejor Stone Temple P y los Alice nada mas),pero nombrarle SIR a Cobain es el mejor chiste caribeo q he escuchado.Ese triste gringo vendio muy bien gruidos,disparates,resaca y el sonido sucio del instrumento mas noble q hay:la guitarra electrica. Recapacita hombre el"grunge"fue una moda pasajera y bien aprovechada,en cambio el buen HARDROCK-AOR sobrevivio a muchas modas ya TIENE 35 AOS y su sinonimo es trascendencia Saludos.

From: Dorothea Date: September 26, 2006 at 16:06
He leido que Mark Free hizo background vocals aqui eneste album junto con JSS. Alguien sabe algo de esto? electrika@ono.com

From: Delbert Date: September 27, 2006 at 20:47
Has this band got a history or what? Formed around the talented Aldy Damian, Eyes go back as far as 1986, where various musicians had come and gone. if my memory serves me correctly they were orignally called L.A Rocks , with the name Eyes coming later on. Eventually the combination of Damian, singer Jeff Scott Soto (who hasn't he sung with!) and ex Burning Rome guitarist Steve Dougherty settled in, with Jimmy O'Shea joining the fray later, coming off a stint with guitar rockers Cacophony .

From: Delbert Date: September 27, 2006 at 20:50
This is a fairly classy affair, while the album theme is fraught with sexual references, overall though, the delivery is hard rockin', melodious to the ear, and infectious as only the best bands can create. Most of the songs are Soto, Damian and Dougherty co-writes, and quality abounds all the way through. At the time of this album release, there was very little press about it or the band, and as a consequence, they sort of slipped through the net.

From: mauricio Date: September 28, 2006 at 19:36
para DOROTHEA,bueno mira,estuve vieno en los creditos del album y si aparece el nombre de mark free,pero no aparece como si hubiese hecho un backing vocals,en cambio a los musicos de sesion vienen nombres,pero mark aparece ahi,saludos

From: z4roxx Date: November 19, 2006 at 11:03
IMO its the best J.S.Soto performance,the cd is not spectacular but good.

From: altesanz Date: June 14, 2007 at 0:38
Hi Darth: Don't Turn Around is a popular song written by Diane Warren and Albert Hammond. It was originally recorded by Tina Turner as a B-side to the single Typical Male in 1986. Warren is said to have been disappointed that Turner's record company treated the song as a B-side and never included it on one of her albums. In 1994 Ace of Base took the song to #4 on the Billboard hot 100 singles chart and to #5 in the UK. The song was also covered by Jeff Scott Soto, lead vocalist from the band 'Ey

From: newscandi Date: June 14, 2007 at 15:52
Don't forget the version by BANANARAMA. They had also a hit with it. Actually, I like SOTO's version a lot. My favourite together with song Nr. 2 and the superp ballad "Nobody said it was easy". So true.. Overall, I would say this is more HR then AOR.

From: YIRO SEVENTH Date: June 20, 2007 at 18:58
Buen disco de Hard Rock, con toquesillos AOR. Claro que no es una joya, de ninguna forma. Para mi, lo que mas destaca aqui es la pletrica voz de JEFF SCOT SOTO, y algn que otro tema como por ejemplo "Dont Turn Around"(que ACE OF BASE lanzara como sencillo, interesante dato); "Calling All Girls" y quiz "Nobody Said It Was Easy". Lo dems pues regularsillo, sin llegar a ser malo, pero tampoco una maravilla

From: Metzi Date: August 9, 2007 at 3:56
Top notch stuff in this cd. 95/100

From: YNGWIEVIKING Date: September 7, 2007 at 2:58
STELLAR BRILLANT AMAZING BUY IT NOW /97/100 JSS is a GENIUS or like MIDAS

From: Jimmy D Date: April 12, 2008 at 5:17
Nothing on this Eyes CD jumped out at me the first time I listened to it. "Callin' All Girls" was pretty good, but the rest was pretty unmemorable, so it was just collecting dust. What the @#$% was I thinking?!?! After eventually listening to it a few more times it really, really grew on me.

From: Jimmy D Date: April 12, 2008 at 5:19
Glad I gave it another shot. Now, it's definitely a favorite of mine. Every song is solid. No filler whatsoever. "Walkin' Fire" is probably my favorite. "Wired For Love", "Can't Get Enough",etc. ...all great! "Nobody Said It Was Easy" should have been a big hit for them, and Eyes should have been a lot bigger than some bands from that same era. Jeff Scott Soto's vocals and the production definitely makes all of these songs shine. Without JSS, this would probably be average at best. Excellent stuff. By the way, "Somebody To Love" is dedicated to the late, great soul singer, Sam Cooke and it sounds like it could be a short interpretation of part of one of Sam Cooke's song. It sounds a lot like Jeff is trying emulate Sam Cooke's vocals, too. It's an excellent aca pella song to end the CD. And it's not necessary to get the import CD for this song. It's on the U.S. release, but it's an unlisted/hidden 11th track.

From: the rocker Date: May 20, 2008 at 18:17
i love this cd.when it first came out, i could not believe it was the same guy frmn Yngwie Malmsteen first 2 cd's. love them aswell.

From: metalmaniac777 Date: January 21, 2010 at 10:22
This CD is to melodic hard rock what 20/20 vision is to eyesight--perfect.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: January 12, 2012 at 19:22
Couldn't agree more with the positive comments above...not a masterpiece of a debut but surely a very fine one...Jeff Scott Soto means quality whatsoever ...my faves are "Young And Innocent"(a very good Hard AOR cut)& "Start Livin'"...tracks 1,2,7 & 9 are also strong and recommended ones...get it!...85/100

From: hair metal again Date: April 29, 2013 at 8:14
pretty good debut by EYES ,but the competition were too strong back in the day and this one didn do any success!classic hair metal tunes &attitude ,good songs ,fine musicianship ,but not any big hits that would make things go further!"every single minute",'calling all girls",'start livin " are the highlights of this enjoyable release!

From: 123charpenay Date: February 24, 2017 at 11:35
sometimes in our life we make things " l envers" in a bad order.i ve "windows of your souls" in my collection since many many years.it s a top class melodic rock record.i discover this debut album only now ,better late than never.i receive it yesterday from japanrarehunter.first i can say that this debut album is different ,cause this realise is hard and very oriented guitar.the production is absoluty perfect and mr soto sing like a god.what extraordinary voice he had in 1990.now his voice is a little different with time.this record is an excellent piece of melodic hard rock,with no weak points(very solid,very consistant record) even if three songs are present ,in a little different version,on "windows of your soul".the very rare japan import have not a big interest cause track 11 is a short a capella song,and track 12 is a long (15 minutes) interview of the different members of this real very great band.


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