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Artist: TNT

Title: All The Way To The Sun

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Category: Melodic Hard Rock

Year: 2005

Label: MTM Music (Germany)

Catalog Number: 0681-147


Tony Harnell Vocals
Ronnie LeTekro Guitars
Sid Ringsby Bass
Diesel Dahl Drums


1.  A Fix  4:03
2.  Too Late  3:47
3.  Driving  4:05
4.  Me And I  3:43
5.  Sometimes  4:08
6.  All The Way To The Sun  5:05
7.  What A Wonderful World  3:03
8.  The Letter  4:04
9.  Mastic Pines  1:25
10.  Black Butterfly  2:59
11.  Save Your Love  3:57
12.  Ready To Fly  4:34
Total Running Time:  44:53

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From: AOR freaky Date: October 24, 2005 at 16:46
A bit softer than their previous one, which was a succesful record, but hell, I like this one ! More AOR-ish in approach, but you still can enjoy Ronnie's fine guitarlicks. Only minorpoint : every now and then some modern influences can he heard (see their alternative days !), but not too much ! Thanks God !

From: TIM (2) Date: October 25, 2005 at 7:52
I don't see this being more AOR than before,in fact it's way more modern sounding than "My Religion". Tracks 4,5,7 & 8 all offer up some strong melodies & mostly decent chorus-lines,but the rest is tuneless drivel. The title-track is the worst song I've ever heard from the band,& the guitar sounds verges on being painful at times. "Sometimes" really rescues this disc, it's a great slab of commercial AOR, so my advice would be to buy the CD single & avoid this album like the plague. 5/10.

From: gdaze Date: October 25, 2005 at 14:51
Tuneless drivel you say TIM (2). Well I never. Guitar verges on being painful at times? You must have accidentally stuck a Linkin Park CD in your player. Get a grip please, and offer the readers here a bit more than negativity. Either that, or swallow a load of happy pills and get a ray of sunshine up ya! The album isn't as good as stuff done in the past, but it ain't no write-off either. And certainly one song ('Sometimes' - in your humble opinion, which to me sounds like a cast-off from his Mo

From: gdaze Date: October 25, 2005 at 14:54
rningwood days) does not save the album on its own.. Certainly songs like 'Too Late' and 'Driving' hold the attention, while the cover of Louis Armstrong's 'What A Wonderful World' is errr.. interesting..

From: TIM (2) Date: October 26, 2005 at 2:47
To gdaze, I'd sure rather swallow a load of pills (happy or otherwise) than have to listen to this tuneless CD again.

From: Geoff Date: October 26, 2005 at 19:17
For me, I guess you could almost call this one the B-sides to 'My Religion'. As always, and is to be expected with TNT, it is another great album, but definately weaker than the last one. 'Too late', 'Driving', 'Sometimes', 'The Letter' and 'Save your love' are the highlights, but there are some lesser moments, especially the horrid title track, but over all the CD's very good. Just a little disappointed a few of the songs don't "take off" like you expect them to at times. Still, very good CD.

From: swriter Date: October 29, 2005 at 19:05
well, this is difficult, My Religion was in my top favs of last year and reminded me how much I loved the band's past recordings as well, well this one is a bit of a letdown for me compared to My Religion but I can not complain so much, still great, great vocals throughout and any Tnt is better then most of the stuff out nowdays, All the way, sometimes, too late, and save are favs so far,,, this one may be a grower

From: swriter Date: October 30, 2005 at 9:36
as I have been playing it for hours today. This one is definately growing, Fix and TLate are monsters, Driving is a cool aor type song, Me and I is another great one, a bit different for the band, Sometimes is a cool song with some Beatles influence it seems to me. Sun adds a few modern touches to this song. Save your love is a great catchy track and Ready to Fly is a great ender. Ronnie kicks on this cd and vocals are still all TNT!!! All in all on repeated listenings this has grown and I love

From: mauricio Date: October 31, 2005 at 12:45
hi-from COSTARICA,este disco es canditato a ser uno de los mejores discos del 2005 y lo demostraron con su MY RELIGION y ahoran viene con el bajista de TINDRUM.asi mismo lleva la misma dinamica de su MY RELIGION solo escucha temas como:A FIX-TOO LATE-DRIVING-SOMETIMES (el primer single)escucha los samples en melodickrock.com .ya que a mi me viene por encargo desde holanda junto a otros melodicos discos asi que a comprarlo,TODAVIA NO ME HE DECIDIDO A CUAL VERSION ME DEJARIA ME QUEDARIA CON LA JAP

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From: Blue Charvel Date: November 4, 2005 at 7:53
I think I agree with everyone (except maybe Mauricio only because I'm not sure what he said). There are some very nice tracks on this, some not so nice, some good playing from LeTekro (I love his string muting technique ala the "Too Late" solo). It's got modern, it's got AOR, it's got rock. Really it's got everything, I think maybe it's greatest fault is that it is all over the place and doesn't sound like a cohesive effort. Still I've only had it for a day, but I think it's gonna be a grower...

From: swriter Date: November 11, 2005 at 14:42
well, after playing this one 1000 times the past three weeks, I must say, that it is really a strong disk, and I put it up with the Religion disk except Sun is not as immediate, but man, does it grow, and the only one I seem to skip is the cover song, give this one a chance, now in my top 5 of the year!!! really great to hear a band like TNT compared to all the other crap that we have to put up with, just great music!!!

From: masmusic Date: November 16, 2005 at 7:59
Just received my copy from NEH Records, This release takes a few listens to absorb. Really have mixed feelings with this one! Some good songs but nothing spectacular. The opening track " A Fix " is the worst song on the disc. Maybe after a few hundred listens it might start to grow on you. I am somewhat disapointed with this release, thought it would of been a lot better, these guys sure have the talent required. I would rate this CD 6/10

From: aTomiK Date: November 19, 2005 at 16:00
Got my Limited edition cd/dvd today. I´m sure that this album indeed is a grower. After the first listen, best songs IMO are: too late, sometimes, the letter, save your love and ready to fly. The dvd includes two nice live videos (she needs me & everyone´s a star). Long live TNT!!!

From: aTomiK Date: November 20, 2005 at 7:27
Yeah, after several listening sessions, this sure is on the same level with My Religion(if not, dare i say, even better). Like swriter said, the only song to skip is what a wonderful world. (BTW, great to see all those finnish flags in everyone´s a star live video. Sweden Rock Festival seems to be a great place to spend one summer weekend).

From: swriter Date: November 20, 2005 at 9:32
aTom, I wish I could get the t-shirt dvd to play!!!!! hmmm hahaha, does it play on everybody's dvd??

From: walleyeman Date: December 3, 2005 at 11:52
One Of If Not the Worst TNT Release to Date, all this Hype over this Prior to the Release and even Tony Harnell said Fans of TNT will absolutely Love this Record, Boy was he way off.Absolutely No Drive at all on this Cd, Blahhh...not even Melodic, i think Tony forgot TNT His bread and Butter band and has leaned more towards Starbreaker.Stay Away from this Crap...Buy older TNT Releases and the New Starbreaker Release.

From: scott Date: December 16, 2005 at 9:18
I don't know what all you guys a complaining about. This sounds like classic TNT to me. They are still trying to go the way of "My Religion", as far as radio-friendly songs, but Ronni still shreds and Tonny still has one of the best voices in melodic rock. I really enjoy this album! It's a shame some of you guys can't get over yourselves and just enjoy music for what it is, instead of what you want it to be.

From: Lovedrive Date: January 6, 2006 at 7:48
Uff me sobra mucho la versión del What a wonderful world.. no está mal, pero prefiero el My religion 100 veces al menos

From: stryper Date: January 27, 2006 at 14:31
another great release from this lot.i didn't think they could better my religion.but for me.they have.maybe abit more modern sounding in places.but this is a hell of an album.full of razor sharp guitars.huck laiden songs.and vocals to die for.BUY NOW!!!!!!

From: lucasgordon Date: March 16, 2006 at 2:46
********************************Hay bandas que con el nombre ya te dicen todo, como con TNT, de la cual solo se puede esperar una contundente descarga de energía eléctrica en cada álbum que obtengas. Aparte de que en particular el nombre TNT se relaciona a dinamita, es un nombre explosivo al igual que Nitro y alguna que otra banda metalera que tuvo la gran imaginación de identificar a su banda con el sonido que emplea. TNT sacaron hace muy poco este álbum el cual en sus más de 45 minutos

From: lucasgordon Date: March 16, 2006 at 2:46
nos deleita con su prolijo Hard Rock casi Metal melódico, con tintes progresivos en algún que otro track. Creo que Europa tiene dos aspectos remarcables cuando hablamos de prolijidad y profesionalidad: el fútbol y el Hard Rock, siempre es un placer apreciarlos en ambos ámbitos. Particularmente en la música, así como TNT, hay cientos de bandas que sorprenden con el elevado nivel de profesionalidad, pero encima, de calidad artística, más en concreto el buen gusto musical, los excelentes arreglos,

From: lucasgordon Date: March 16, 2006 at 2:47
los coros y todo lo que conlleva a un buen producto final el cual hoy en día esta multiplicado en cientos de placas como la de “All The Way To The Sun”. TNT con más de 20 años bajo esta misma familia y siguen tocando como si el tiempo solo refinara la calidad que crean en cada canción. Como en todo disco hay canciones que nos gustan más y otras que no tanto, por eso podría destacar el corte soft-metal “Sometimes” el cual considero bien elegido como single del opus, aunque la mayor

From: lucasgordon Date: March 16, 2006 at 2:47
descarga explosiva la van a encontrar en “A Fix” o en “All The Way To The Sun” el cual fue el que voló en mil pedazos mi sien. Un último aspecto a remarcar es la buena portada del disco que muestra el logo de la agrupación sobre una bola de fuego, algo que si bien dentro del circulo Metal melódico es normal, igualmente vale destacarlo. Estos nórdicos me sorprendieron con una versión del clásico del tema de Louis Armstrong “What A Wonderful World”, con el sello particular de Tony Harnell,

From: lucasgordon Date: March 16, 2006 at 2:48
cuya prodigiosa voz aun sigue siendo bien empleada. La química creada entre sus tres miembros más conocidos: Tony, Ronni LeTekro (único miembro original) y Diesel Dahl más la llegada de un nuevo bajista Sid Ringsby (ex-Tindrum, The Snakes, Jorn Lande, Wild Willy’s Gang) a logrado en este nuevo lanzamiento una excelente opción para todos los amantes de las descargas eléctricas, con TNT la detonación va de regalo. Lucas H Gordon *********************************

From: ROBERT Date: March 27, 2006 at 9:11
Joder, pero q ganas q tengo d volver a ver a los Geniales Noruegos TNT!! Solo pido q hagan un Conciertazo como el q dieron el año pasado en Madrid. Si no los habeis visto nunca, os los recomiendo. Pues ver a TONY HARNELL cantando tan d PM y al RONNIE LE TEKRO tocando d esa manera tan escalofirante su guitarra es algo Inolvidable, q se t keda grabado en el coco y en el Heart por toda la Eternidad. Nos vemos el Miercoles en el Razzmatazz!!!

From: sluss528 Date: April 21, 2006 at 0:21
well ya know im sitting around the house having a few drinks and i put this thing in after not listening to it for a few months and holy shit is this fucking thing great! i mean it totaly rocks! and to be honest i like it better than my religion. this thing just flows like know cd i have heard in a while. so wipe the dust off and have a drink or 2 and put it in and you will see what i mean! tony harnell rules!!!!!!!!

From: West Of Sunset Date: May 6, 2006 at 10:33
Tony Harnell leaves TNT. He is no longer in the band, all information in the official webpage www.tnttheband.com. "All the way to the sun" is not what i´ve expected from the band after the excepcional "My religion" and is sad that the last album of TNT with Tony dissapoints me. Sad end anyway. Is this the end of TNT?. Contact with me at: westofsunset@hotmail.com

From: swriter Date: May 6, 2006 at 12:15
so, did anyone get the bonus t-shirt disk in this cd??? if so, did u get it to play, and if so, what is it???? hahaha thanks

From: rick kerch vzla Date: April 4, 2007 at 23:48
I think that Tony Mills(former Shy vocalist)is an excellent substitute for Mr Harnell(one Tony takes over another Tony!).Anyway i haven't listened to the album yet(even though i have it!)after writing this message i might have a listen to it then i will write my opinion (i hope is as good as "My Religion" or "Intuition")cheers!!!.

From: juan carlos Date: May 3, 2007 at 23:29
Decepcionante está el disco en mi opinión, de hecho es solo para fans acérrimos de TNT. "Sometimes" es la única que me ha encantado, muy buen tema, de ahí entre buenas, regulares y malas. El cover de "What A Wonderful World" innecesario asi como la instrumental. La 2,3,8,10 y 12 buenas solamente. 7/10

From: z4roxx Date: May 7, 2007 at 5:46
After some mediocre album this one sounds good to me,they have their original sounds and style indeed,great vox by Tony harnell,don't like so much only the drums,a little primitive performance by Diesel Dahl....8.5/10.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: January 6, 2008 at 22:59
Buen disco que si bien no tuvo las pretensiones de un "Intuition" pero si quizas mas proximos a un "My Religion" (y vaya que este si da la talla!) da cierta alegria a los fans de TNT que se habian descilucionado con albumes como el "Firefly" para mencionar algo.En lineas generales cortes como el que le da el titulo al album,"A Fix" y la version (de mas?)"What a Wonderful World" le dan al grupo ese aire que necesitavamos escuchar por parte de la banda.75/100

From: Wachen Date: May 2, 2008 at 6:13
Last album with Harnell. Not in pair with "My religion" or the bands earlier albums but a nice effort. I would give it a 7/10, that shows how good TNT is compared to other bands. When they replaced Harnell with Mills all they had to do was to top this album with a killer, but something terribly wrong happened...

From: hair metal again Date: September 2, 2014 at 2:13
wow!didnt expect that one to be so good!updated,classy with excellent musicianship and many great songs TNT prove to be a major band !the sound is commercial and that s a good thing and i d say that this is similar to a more guitar driven but equally in a approach with the Transistor release!"driving ","sometimes " and "save your love " are the highlights of this highly recommended release!

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