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Life in Paradise
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||Date: July 30, 2003 at 13:06|
|This is Storming Heaven's debut disc, which has been described as progressive AOR. They have a great vocalist who sounds a little like Jeff Scott Soto in places, and a little like Harem Scarem's Harry Hess in other places. They have a good sound, good hard edged guitar with a not too over baring mix of keyboards, and importantly, some good melodies. If you like the above vocalists, and a little progressive in your life this wouldn't be a bad album to pick up.
|From: M. Allen
||Date: July 31, 2003 at 22:57|
|I'd rather be crapped on by 3-dozen pigs who just ate one hundred boxes of ExLax before listening to this dreck again. OK, I'm exaggerating, but this really is some lame stuff. AOR plus progressive elements equals a CD you can live without. Somebody out there will probably enjoy this album, but odds are they reside at the local deaf folks' home... If you think this band is paradise, think again.
||Date: August 3, 2003 at 3:58|
|This is a disapointing debut. I remember that i was so looking forward to this one when it came out, as it featured Livingston on vocals (ex Agent), and DiCola on key's (best known to AOR fans for his work with Stan Bush among others). However there are a couple of cool moments such as 'Wanda Wire' and 'Crossing my heart', but overall it just doesn't set the pulse's racing.
||Date: January 11, 2004 at 21:38|
|Vocalist Rick Livingstone is fantastic. Great movie theme music. Very atmospheric, reminiscent of early Jethro Tull or Pink floyd.
||Date: January 11, 2004 at 21:50|
|This is a great rare find...a collectors dream. Powerful melodies and original sounds. This lineup is world class, but what's more remarkable is how they breathed new life into the concept ablum. Not sure everybody gets it.
||Date: March 19, 2009 at 0:43|
|Got blown away by the guitarist here. Another unknown virtuoso. People who consider Warren DeMartini & Joe Perry virtuosos should listen to this, SHUT UP AND DRIVE and 2DIE4 to hear those totally unknown greats.
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