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|2.||Livin' My Dream|
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|From: metalmaniac777||Date: January 4, 2012 at 10:29|
|Were it not for the woeful production on this album, I would be singing its praises like a wolf baying at the moon, but the enjoyment level is severely hamstrung by a what-the-hell-were-they-thinking engineering job. Garage bands with nothing more than a QVC laptop and cheap mixing software are putting out albums with sonics superior to this. The band avoids having this CD relegated to the rubbish pile on the sheer strength of their melodic hooks, huge choruses, and loud backing vocals--seriously, several of the songs on here could compete with Dynazty, Crazy Lixx, etc.--but it makes one weep at the thought of how awesome this would have been in the hands of a producer who took the time to clean the crap out of his ears. This album could have been a melodic hard rock dream, but the production is nothing but a nightmare. It's the musical equivalent of finally scoring a date with a beautiful woman, only to have her show up at your door wearing clothes splattered with dogshit.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: June 23, 2012 at 19:53|
|Great album!!!...i'd highly recommended it if you are into the modern hard rock/pop thing..."We're United"(rocks!),"Livin' My Dream"(modern AORish),"Come On"(catchy modern AORish),"Stay","Gonna Have It All"(nice),"Tonight" & "Rock It"(a hit single i believe,nice mid tempo)...the whole album will bring you happiness while listening to it...90/100|
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