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|From: Bradford Rocks
||Date: November 24, 2004 at 7:24|
|Track 5 is on Fireworks/Z Records recent sampler, and is the best track of the 18 samples. Odd mixture of Def Lep chords in verse, Yng Malmsteen lead breaks, & modern rock style harmonies done in classic/AOR tempo. Unlike most fringe-AOR attempts, it's imaginative, varied, original, and exhibits some semblance of songwriting talent. Hope this means the rest of the album's good too...!
||Date: January 14, 2005 at 13:30|
|his is some heavy stuff, great job on the vocals Jeff, and he also does some great guitar work. Best track is Stranger in my own land.
||Date: January 20, 2005 at 2:30|
|No surprises as to see where latter day Dokken got their 'melodies' from. This CD sounds exactly like the poorest tracks off 'Erase the slate' and 'Long way from home'. I like 'Stranger in my own land', but IMO the rest is just a bunch of dead melodies. Very poor release from a great artist.
||Date: September 11, 2010 at 2:26|
|This is a great cd from start to finish.Pilson is a fantastic MR songwriter and musician.This sounds like the Lynch/Pilson cd.Evert song is good except for You Haunt Me its a little to mellow for me.Some of the songs take a little while to fully develope but they all come around to great songs in the end.Give it a good listen and you might just discover a lost gem.Recomended^.
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