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Artist: Frontier

Title: You Got To Believe

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Frontier You Got To Believe Album Cover


Category: AOR

Year: 1992

Label: Westwood

Catalog Number: wecd1155


Ray Baynard keyboards
Michael Patillo guitars
Ken Munson vocals
Stevie Mack drums
Tommy Dunkerton bass


1.  You Got To Believe  
2.  Save Me  
3.  Reaching  
4.  I Need To Feel You  
5.  Don't Look Back  
6.  I'll Find Love  
7.  We Can't Go On  
8.  Into The Night  
9.  Life Goes On  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: TIM Date: July 8, 2003 at 11:02
Haven't heard this one yet. Any recommendations?

From: Sergio Date: February 27, 2004 at 14:50
If you like Honeymoon Suite, well, this is for you too. Buy it !

From: Sandiglam Date: March 17, 2004 at 6:03
Killer, catchy, heavy keyboards...GREAT melodic AOR. Highly recommended if you love huge choruses and sweet melodies. The production is bad, but the songs make it worth the price!

From: aorjocke Date: April 7, 2004 at 4:38
Nice AOR release, with great harmony vocals,plenty of keys and overall good played.This is pure AOR all the way, every track is great...but the production isn't on that high level unfortunately.I think this album should suite fans of...Norway,Final Frontier,Atlantic,FM(first),Worrall,Metropolis and Beau Geste.Now it's up to you to find it...

From: 9 CHAMPIONS A 1 Date: April 16, 2005 at 13:17
En esta época las bandas de AOR salvo contadisimas excepciones practicamente habian perdido el sonido tan tradicional de los 80 pues la mayoria optaron o bien por un AOR con dejes rockeros o un AOR mucho mas apagado tanto instrumentalmente como a la hora de imprimir ritmo y viveza a los temas.Bueno pues Frontier recuperan en parte ese sonido olvidado y nos ofrecen un correcto disco del AOR de corte mas clásico y q recuerda bastante a bandas como Ya Ya o Tradia.No es una joya pero VALE LA PENA.

From: ROBERT Date: April 16, 2005 at 14:42
¿En 1991 habian perdido el Feeling? por favor Jose!! No estoy para nada d acuerdo!! si kieres t digo los me_gaa discazos Obras d arte Absolutas q salieron en 1991, 1992, 1993 y 1994!!! Fueron años Geniales, por supuesto cenizas d los gloriosos 80' (2ª mitad sobre todo) si hubieras dixo a partir del 95' ahi estaria totalmente d acuerdo contigo, pero los primeros 90'!!! Fueron Acojonantisimos Ojala se hicieran discos con esa Magia, ese Feeling

From: ROBERT Date: April 16, 2005 at 14:46
No dejo d "escuchar" discos d estos ultimos años,y excepto excepciones Honrosas, no dejo d yebarme xascos y mas Chascos...¿Por q ha ocurrido esto? ¿por q ya no salen Grupos, Discos, canciones tan acojonantemente Maravillosas como entonces?NO LO ENTIENDO!Es como si nunca hubiera existido la gloriosa epoca d los 80'!!!Jamas en mi vida he discfrutado tanto con la musica como en akeyos años y eso q tampoco soy tan viejo(35),pero o yo e cambiado o la musica a Polucionado.A mi modesto Juicio

From: 9 CHAMPIONS A 1 Date: April 17, 2005 at 6:44
Yo no estaba hablando de pérdida de feeling,yo hablaba del cambio de sonido,como pasaron p.ej los teclados de ser actores principales durante los 80 a ser meros comparsas.Solo has de hechar un vistazo a las discografias de gente como Foreigner,Fm,Magnum,Aldo Nova,Dare..¿sus discos de los 80 suenan igual q a los de principios de los 90?-ROTUNDAMENTE NO-Incluso algunos se pasaron al Hard Rock!!!:/ Y claro q hay joyas del AOR en los 90,mi querido(y tu odiado)Robby Valentine sacó nada menos q 5

From: Opcart Date: October 21, 2005 at 17:00
Sweet 80's AOR sound on the 90's. A correction to HH. The album was released on 1992 not 1991. 8,5/10

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: December 1, 2005 at 20:02
Good AOR/Melodic Rock album You Got To Believe, Save Me, Don't Look Back, Into The Night... Palabras sabias de JOSE y ROBERT. una pena a partir del 95 para arriba salvo excepciones, pero del 90-94 hubieron grandes trabajos, pero esa MAGIA INCOMPARABLE que solo los 80's supo transmitir se fue diluyendo poco a poco, bueno pero quedan miles de albums por redescubrir y eso hace feliz a los amantes del mejor rock, del 84-94 lo mejor del Rock para la eternidad.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: December 17, 2010 at 15:07
Wow this release was very pleasant 2 my ears!!! ...very nice and catchy AOR songs with,yes,i'd say that 80's AOR atmosphere around...even though the album was launched in early 90's and with the grunge thing just about to get over everything..."You Got To Believe" is a lovely starter,catchy choruses,"Save Me","Don't Look Back","I'll Find Love" smooth & nice,"We Can't Go On" another catchy shot & "Life Goes On" a beauty one...those i can say were my favorites...this album is worth having it a.s.a.p!!!...89/100

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