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Artist: Legs Diamond

Title: Diamonds Are Forever

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2005

Label: AOR Heaven (Germany)

Catalog Number: 00019


John Levesque Vocals
Roger Romeo Guitars
Adam Kury Bass
Michael Prince Keyboards, Rhythm Guitar
Jeff Poole Drums


1.  Don't Turn Away  5:05
2.  Time Will Never Change  6:03
3.  Good Time  5:01
4.  King Of Speed  3:34
5.  Trouble  4:12
6.  This Time Around  5:07
7.  Let It Go  4:31
8.  Will You Remember  7:54
9.  Rain Down  3:33
10.  Loneliness  4:59
11.  Get You Home  3:04
12.  Change Bonus Track  4:17
13.  For All We Know Bonus Track  6:20
Total Running Time:  63:40

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Existing comments about this CD

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From: Jez Date: December 1, 2005 at 8:53
After the disappointing 'The Wish' album back in 93'it has been a long wait for new material to arrive, and now finally, the new album is here. Was it worth the wait? Well, in general the answer would have to be a resounding yes, as their is some quite stunning material on show here. At over 63 minutes, the album is way too long with 3 tracks definately fitting the 'Filler' category, but The rest is in places prime time LD.

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From: Jez Date: December 1, 2005 at 9:01
'This Time Around' & 'Loneliness' both featured on the excellent 'Favorites' compi from last year, although now feature new vocalist John Levesque (who is excellent throughout). Both these tracks along with 'Don't Turn Away' & 'Will You Remember Me' are the album standouts for sure & are more in keeping with the typical LD sound of old. 'Good Time' is an average AC/DCish sounding rocker & along with a couple of other cuts let the side down a little. Otherwise this is a great return to form.

From: Geoff Date: December 2, 2005 at 9:38
I have never really "got" Legs Diamond. I view them as a decent band, but am baffled by the high regards for them. I don't mind, to each their own, but this CD does nothing but confirm what I already know for myself. 'Let it go' and 'Get you home' are decent hard rockers, 'Loneliness' is also quite good, and 'Will you remember' is easily the highlight, and beautiful melodic rock track. The rest? Filler, average, bland... thousands do it better. Not much good to say unfortunately... IMO.

From: Axe-Machine Date: January 24, 2006 at 13:45
Let's face it...The Wish was a total disaster, and didn't deserve the name Leg Diamond anywhere near it, never mind on the front cover! Fast forward to 2005, and these guys have finally got it right again with a stunning new album. Some people aren't going to like this one for two reasons. A) The songs are half classic Legs, and half with an updated sound, and B) Rick Sanford is absent. That being said, anyone listening to the album with an open mind will be pleasantly suprised. Firstly, the...

From: Axe-Machine Date: January 24, 2006 at 13:51
songs recorded as bonus tracks for the Favorites collection (This Time Around & Loneliness) have been recrafted with chameleon vocalist John Levesque at the mic and sound infinately better (at least probably to everyone except die-hard Sanford fans). Along with those superb cuts, keyboard laden Will You Remember Me is a cut which could have easily come off the Town Bad Girl album, AC/DCish Good Time is a riff-tastic rocker & Time Will Never Change is classic Legs. A great return to form! 9/10.

From: vandervelde Date: January 25, 2006 at 12:18
Few decent, two very good tracks, good keys sound...with more keys oriented songs this could be much better album...IMO dissapointment

From: underworld king Date: December 13, 2007 at 3:37
I just got this today from Michael Prince and after several listens it's growing on me. It takes a little getting used to with the new vocalist. At times I think he sounds similar to Rick Sanford which is a good thing. According to the website this current line up is working on a new studio album for 2008.

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