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War and Peace

The Walls Have Eyes

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2004

Label: Z Records

Catalog Number: ZR1997104

Average Rating: 74 / 100 (3 ratings)


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Jeff Pilson Vocals, Bass, Guitars
Alex Masi Guitar
Michael Frowein Drums
Bartholamew Toff Drums
Daniel Imas Guitar
1.  Calling  
2.  Reflections  
3.  City In Flames  
4.  The Walls Have Eyes  
5.  Stranger In My Own Land  
6.  Rock And Roll Breakdown  
7.  No One Is Listening  
8.  You Haunt Me  
9.  The Shell  
10.  Black In The Mirror  
11.  Desperate Hearts  
12.  The Line In The Sand  
13.  Finale  
14.  Walk Away Bonus Track  

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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...!

From: AHUEA 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.

From: Geoff 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.

From: rallen399 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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