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Artist: TNT

Title: The New Territory

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Category: Melodic Hard Rock

Year: 2007

Label: Bonnier Amigo (Norway)

Catalog Number: 334 33053

Personnel

Tony Mills vocals
Ronnie Le Tekro guitars
Victor Borge bass
Diesel Dahl drums
Jon Johannessen guitars on track 12
Tony Caputo keyboards on track 12
Dag Stokke piano on track 9
Sveinung Sundli fiddle on track 1
Stefan Brisland fiddle on track 1
Mari Persen violin
Marianne Sveen backing vocals

Tracks

1.  A Constitution  4:14
2.  Substitute  2:42
3.  Are You Blind?  3:50
4.  Golden Opportunity  3:27
5.  Something Special  3:22
6.  Now We're Talkin'  3:35
7.  Wild Life  3:07
8.  Fountain of Love  4:23
9.  June  3:28
10.  Can't Go On Without  3:14
11.  2 Seconds Away  3:20
12.  Milestone River  4:50
13.  Let's Party Mills  2:12
  
Total Running Time:  45:44

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Heavy.AOR Date: May 13, 2007 at 0:34
Hehe typical Ronnie sound,typical new style,not back to years 80-90.But not bad,not brilliant.Milestone River,Fountain of Love,June is good here.8/10.

From: Icebreaker Date: May 17, 2007 at 16:32
A complete desaster! This is miles away in quality and stile from what the band delivered on previous albums. Sounds very retro, Beatles, Queen, Police and ELO comes to mind. The production and mix is poor, the vocals are far back in the mix, while Ronni's guitar is on top of it all. But he sounds very uninspired on this album. No outstanding guitar solos, no machine-gun playing. Nothing! All in all this is a huge disappointment and a big step down for a once outstanding and brilliant band!

From: Rob Date: May 18, 2007 at 16:18
Agree with Icebreaker. This is not the TNT we all know and love. This is a disaster from start to finish. A few songs were okay but for the most part, I will never play this again. 1/10

From: Geoff Date: May 22, 2007 at 20:02
Absolutely horrible. If you liked Vagabond or Ronnie Le Tekro's solo work, you may somehow manage to be able to listen to this. If you dislike those CDs but love TNT... chances are that you will weep openly, like me, when you hear this. The songs are terrible, vocal arrangements criminal. There are a few trademark riffs, but that's it. No other sign of the TNT we know and love. Simple fact of the matter is that there is no TNT without Tony Harnell. Avoid like hell.

From: sluss528 Date: May 22, 2007 at 21:54
all right lets get to it! first off i love this cd. you know if tony harnell was on this you guys would be giving verbal blow jobs on how good it is. fire fly and trannsmiter fucking sucked bad and this cd is light years better. don't get me wrong i like tony harnell but that shit he is doing with star shit i mean gazer is horrible!!! and geoff this does not sound anything like vagabond or his solo work so take the wax out of your ears and listen again! on my top 5 for the year!!!!! 9/10

From: erik Date: May 23, 2007 at 2:48
Loved this band so dont wanna say too much about it. Its just bad, very very bad.

From: Geoff Date: May 23, 2007 at 21:10
Sluss, mate, you're drugs have benefited you well. You hate PC69's new album but love 'New Territory'... and I'm the one who needs to clean my ears? What about the 14,000 comments above me in regards to how shit this album is? 'Firefly' and 'Transistor' are 2 of TNT's best CDs and IMO this does sound a lot like Ronnie's solo stuff. If Tony Harnell was still in TNT a product this bad would not have been released, so it would be an entirely different story.

From: sluss528 Date: May 27, 2007 at 23:19
geoff, mate, yes tony harnell did sign off on to shit cd's fire fly and trannsitor check the 14,000 comments on them and you will see!!! nuff said!!!!!! slussooooooooooout

From: FTCharlie Date: May 31, 2007 at 23:56
TNT is on a good way to transfer their music into a new dimension. With Tony Mills on vocals Ronnie Le Tekr' mixes 70's style classic hard rock with some modern elements. Thumbs up!!!

From: Icebreaker Date: June 19, 2007 at 16:46
What are you guys talking about the artwork? It's piss poor as the rest of this album. Not very original. This whole release is on a very low level. It's really scary. It's very obvious that Tony Harnell was the engine and soul of this band. With his departure it all went straight downhill. I have seen some videos with Mills on youtube. Man, I have nearly pissed my pants. A joke. Comedy. It's a shame Ronni continued as TNT after Tony left. This band is nothing but a big fat joke these days! Haha

From: Heavy.AOR Date: June 21, 2007 at 11:20
FOR ME ....TNT dead with Tony Harnell.

From: Icebreaker Date: July 26, 2007 at 8:15
These album should be outcast and wiped from TNT history!

From: erik Date: July 26, 2007 at 8:41
Icebreaker i was just told that this album has officialy and finally been erased from TNT history.

From: Icebreaker Date: August 5, 2007 at 10:45
Oh cool Erik - that is great news! ;-) This is the most boring melodicrock album I have listened to in a long time. The future looks more than dark for this band. A shame, they once were gods, now they are just dirt in the streets. I have decided to leave this band behind and focus on Tony Harnell´s future projects instead. Tony never disappointed me!

From: juan carlos Date: August 5, 2007 at 11:12
No soy gran fan de TNT y el anterior disco me pareció muy regular, esto es diferente pues es mas "guitarrero" corto intenso pero menos melódico, seguro que para los fans de TNT no les ha caído muy bien, a mí me gustan los temas cortos pero acá no son tan precisos. Regular y sí pueda que hasta aburrido. La voz de Tony Mills siempre me gustó pero no en éste "estilo". Sorry. 6.5/10

From: toten-lad Date: August 28, 2007 at 16:06
I wasn't expecting very much from this release to be honest, considering the loss of Harnell, but I didn't expect it to be this bad. Some songs are among the worst I've heard in a long time (June, Now We're Talking, Lets' Party Mills) and especially coming from an established band with great musicians/songwriters. Weakest points: Below average production, the lack of a good chorus, the vocals sound off. This subpar release should have been released under a different name. Complete disaster!

From: paal Date: September 8, 2007 at 16:46
Harsh comments from most (nearly all!) that have heard it, and all justified I'm afraid. There's no point repeating what others have previosuly said so well, so I'm just going to write this disc off and wait for the next one. The only positive is the cover artwork from my friend LeD. ;-)

From: Bill-Gun Date: September 12, 2007 at 6:03
Poor album! Nothing more to say!

From: Rycheage Date: September 14, 2007 at 22:56
Complete waste of time. Like Geoff said, this should have been released as Ronnie LeTekro's solo outing. Not a decent song in the bunch. Pure unadulterated crap here. Don't bother.

From: aceisback Date: September 17, 2007 at 5:35
Not a good album. Either the music is okay and the vocals are terrible or it's the other way around. Some of the songs just shouldn't have seen the light of day. An ill advised album from an established band needing to introduce and new vocalist. Poor!

From: rocknroll Date: September 27, 2007 at 7:50
22 rating? omg is this so awful? gimmie some answers pls

From: Icebreaker Date: October 3, 2007 at 18:18
Hey "rocknroll": The rating don´t lie. This album sucks big! It is very obvious that Ronni LeTekro is not able to make a good album without Tony Harnell. Remember the crappy Vagabond albums from the 90´s? Nothing but boring stuff on there. The same goes for this cd. 2 decent tracks, the rest is garbage. Better save your money for upcoming Tony Harnell releases!

From: crashdive Date: October 8, 2007 at 14:50
Crap! Period!

From: DeL Date: November 12, 2007 at 5:30
Im a big TNT-fan...but this is the end I guess. Weak weak weak...poor. What happened?

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 21, 2008 at 23:46
Oh my God!!!...what's this???...where the hell have they gone to???.Tony Mills is a great singer (but not 4 TNT),his singing was completely underrated and the songs are weak.The grunge/alternative sound is inevitable and they've lost the spark of their previews releases.A change of singer doesn't mean that they have to change their musical direction and having such a great singer in their files they couldn't take the advantage of it.The songs that are inspireless (at least 4 me).There are a coup

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 21, 2008 at 23:51
There are a couple of songs that might get safe ( a little) from burning!!!.The songs are "Something Special" & the Beatles-ish "June" (at least 4 me).In general lines,don't get crazy in buying this album...shamely...even though i'm a fan of the band itself...sad,pretty sad...not gonna even rate it....

From: Wachen Date: April 30, 2008 at 12:26
This band died when Harnell left. I'm happy I got to see them with him one time! This record could've been great, Tony Mills is a great singer, but the songs are too weak. Nothing memorable at all. Maybe next time... 2/10

From: RockMan10 Date: April 30, 2008 at 20:12
Terribly disappointing. Not sure who Ronni thought would dig this.

From: The real Mr. Real Date: November 12, 2008 at 14:41
Wow, what happened? Just 3 years after the brilliant `My Religion´ they come up with this "thing"!? Just 2 decent tracks in the bunch. Nickname of this album is "skip" ;-)

From: Kindred Date: January 26, 2009 at 13:18
Wow, after reading the reviews I was expecting to Hate this. Yeah, It's no "My Religion" but it's not THAT bad. Maybe my expectations were low enough I dunno.


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