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Terra Rosa / Honesty JAPAN Show Ya Loudness K32Y-2191 1ST PRESS!!! B2
Terra Rosa / Honesty JAPAN Show Ya Loudness K32Y-2191 1ST PRESS!!! B2
TERRA ROSA Honesty JAPAN BLU-SPEC CD Jill's Burny Project Precious Japan HM !
TERRA ROSA Honesty JAPAN BLU-SPEC CD Jill's Burny Project Precious Japan HM !
Terra Rosa - Honesty K32Y-2191 Japan cd
Terra Rosa - Honesty K32Y-2191 Japan cd

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Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 1989

Label: King Records (Japan)

Catalog Number: K32Y 2191

Average Rating: 80 / 100 (3 ratings)


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Masashi Okagaki keyboards
Hiromi Suzuki guitar
Koji Yamaguchi bass
Jun Itakura drums
Kazue Akao vocals
1.  Me 262  1:19
2.  Do You Go As You Are?  4:47
3.  A Dream Won't Come True  5:30
4.  Look for My Fancy  4:45
5.  Love Is No Romance  4:52
6.  Former Sisters  6:02
7.  Mr.Freelance  5:25
8.  Saint Elmo's Fire instrumental  1:24
9.  Evelyn  11:47
Total Running Time:  45:51

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Kip Date: August 26, 2004 at 13:59
Hark in your face Dio style rock. Kind of rare, this is a Japanese band like Loudness. Above average hard rock at best. 6.5/10

From: z4roxx Date: October 28, 2005 at 14:30
I put here my comment about X-Ray band.I consider these guys among the best Japanese bands indeed but sincerely I don t understand sometime their production:they have good guitar sounds and vocals but drums comes from a garage(without any amplification)and where is the bass I don t know.Another terrible thing is the English pronounce of these singers,please sing all in Japanese!BTW X-Ray/strike back cd is a total Y&T plague but very good!(Talk about Y&t middle 80’s style).

From: z4roxx Date: August 7, 2006 at 12:56
Again:FANTASTIC.IMO they worth more than Loudness with a progressive touch that make Terra Rosa one of the greatest band I own.I have other 2 releases and they are great like this especially”Sase”who I consider better,too.Take this band like a perfect example how is possible to make awesome songs without the samey generic or commercial hooks or refrains….

From: Japangea Date: March 31, 2007 at 4:37
Featuring female singer and they did Raunbow - Yngwie style of traditional Hard Rock in sound.In the early era,"You" who would join Dead End played in this band.

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