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Artist: VFX

Title: The Next Step

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1993

Label: Metalogic Records

Catalog Number: MM-1123

Personnel

Michael O'Mara vocals
Jonathan Hayes guitars
Scott Wilson bass
Bobby Nellis drums
Loren Gold keyboards, piano
William Riley keyboards
Lili Haydn violin
Tim Wieden Keller banjo
Jill Carr backing vocals
Bettina Holli backing vocals

Tracks

1.  Electric Eye  0:42
2.  Big Bad Love  3:44
3.  Draw the Line  5:43
4.  Delirious  4:22
5.  Cajun Shrimp  0:51
6.  Love Enough  3:03
7.  Look at Me  4:25
8.  One Take Blues  2:25
9.  Living for Rock'N'Roll  3:34
10.  Hello World  1:04
11.  I'm Alive  4:34
12.  I Never Knew  5:07
13.  Who Cares  3:59
14.  Big Band Bop  0:43
15.  All I See  3:41
16.  Keep It Together  2:39
17.  Another Point of View  6:22
  
Total Running Time:  56:58

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Existing comments about this CD

From: z4roxx Date: February 10, 2005 at 13:02
I understand why there aren't comments here ahahahahaha!!!

From: z4roxx Date: September 29, 2007 at 11:35
Another quick and not so good comment from my self,this cd is good and the singer is Michael O'Mara,a very solid and good vox IMO.I am curiosu to hear also the previous one....8/10!

From: juan carlos Date: August 2, 2008 at 0:29
17 songs and i like 5 or 6 of them. In general an average and forgettable HardRock album. This album contains good Chorus and some good riffs/songs like "Living for Rock'N'Roll" "Draw the Line" "Delirious" and "Another Point of View" my faves, Btw good O'Mara´s voice that reminds me of James LaBrie by moments, I find some very boring stuff here though. 7/10

From: Delbert Date: January 4, 2010 at 21:26
As the opener "My Light Disappears" kicks in, the most obvious comparison would be a more melodic, less dramatic QUEENSRYCHE, a point driven home by Paul Ritter's Geoff-Tate like vocal work. While that comparison continues to show as you make your way through the disc with tunes like "A Simple Day" and "I'm Giving In", others also come forward like "Come Back To Me" and "Not My Friend", both of which wouldn't be too out of place on a DOKKEN album. The musicianship here is top-notch and guitarist Ervin WIlliams is especially impressive, although the total package just doesn't fit into my musical tastes, it is a decent disc for what it is....

From: andi Date: October 21, 2011 at 7:10
Very average Album.....most songs are much boring!!!Best Song is "Big Bad Love" rest without Highlights!!!


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