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Know Illusion

Back On The Streets

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Category: AOR

Year: 1994

Label: Indie (USA)

Catalog Number: KID-690

Average Rating: 84 / 100 (13 ratings)

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Personnel
Kenny Burns drums, vocals
Shane Chadwick lead guitar, keyboards, background vocals
Ernesto D. Depalma lead vocals
Coy Garcia bass, background vocals
Scott Reynolds lead guitar, background vocals
Tracks
1.  Back On The Streets  
2.  How Can I Say  
3.  Always  
4.  Hold Me  
5.  United  
6.  Sunset Strip  
7.  Here Today..  
8.  ..Gone Tomorrow  

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From: TIM Date: October 27, 2003 at 18:54
Co-produced by Clyde Holly of Biloxi. I liked this one okay but not among my favorites. Sure most AOR fanatics will disagree, but oh well. Fans of Biloxi, Intuition, etc., may enjoy this.

From: M. Allen Date: October 27, 2003 at 22:28
A great little indie, bringing back the days of melodic guitars, catchy hooks, sing-along choruses, & big backing vocals. Recommended for fans of Loud & Clear, Pokerface, Rude, etc. Production is very good for an indie album, meaning your neighbors won't hear your stereo & think you're hosting amateur karaokee night. Bottom line, if I had to choose between giving up this CD or seeing Anna Kournikova streaking naked down my street...well, I'd give up the CD, but that doesn't mean it isn't good!

From: tomcat Date: October 31, 2003 at 14:38
first of all, the comment of M. Allen is very funny..this release always did it for me, at least 4 of the 8 songs. the opener 'back on the streets' is an example of classic american melodic rock at its best. , 'how can i say' together with 'hold me' are my favorite songs on this album. they do remind me a bit of stryper.I know this release since 1994 and it always had its fair number of spins but i always remember listening to 'here today' while cruising along lake havassu, usa..very good cd!

From: skye Date: January 6, 2004 at 0:05
I love this tape, I have had this way befor eknow illusion came out. I helped spread their music and their name around the world. I am very proud of them. I had just came across the tape again and it brings back alot of memories.

From: Ernesto DePalma Date: May 10, 2004 at 21:38
I am amazed that this album is still being appreciated! Shane Chadwick and I are curently releasing a ballad CD in the summer of 2005 with Piano and Orchestration for songs on the old Know Illusion album such as (Here to day tomorrow gone) and (Always). Please contact me for more information Thanks so much Ernesto DePalma Ernesto@Socal.rr.com

From: Genoa Date: May 11, 2004 at 12:43
This is the reason why I decided to join these talented artists. We are excited about putting together our album right now. Hope you all enjoy it next year! See you all on tour! We appreciate your input and feedback. Sincerely, Genoa Italia....... platinumgrp@earthlink.net

From: Geoff Date: January 27, 2005 at 4:24
This is a very good one. Two comparisons above ring very true to me, in Stryper and Loud and Clear. Not too similar, but good comparisons. 'How can I say', 'Always', 'Hold me' are nice melodic rock tracks and 'Here today gone tomorrow' is a great track. Pretty damn good indie release if you ask me!

From: z4roxx Date: January 27, 2005 at 13:49
Awesome indie band,one of my fave indie as well.Well,agree with Loud'n'Clear debut comparrison Geoff,but the first impression reminds me immediately to Tour De Force(world on fire cd)expecially in tracks"how can I say"and"always".Really close to Tour De Force these guys also in singer stylin'.Maybe they could remind me a little also to Worlds Apart debut cd...

From: tomcat Date: March 3, 2005 at 1:50
I would love to add that Ernesto (the vocalist) did send me a cdr with songs that didn't made it on the album...I can assure you they rock..Songs like 'driving me crazy' and 'party down' are in the vein of the best material on this album..Great stuff..Ernesto is also planning an acoustic album with ballads and some tunes from the known illusion cd..The man has a great voice, so why not..I lost his address so I never thanked him for the cd..So , Ernesto, thank you for the cool tunes and good luck

From: Devion Date: September 19, 2005 at 13:40
I am amazed that this album is still being appreciated! Shane Chadwick and I are curently releasing a ballad CD in the summer of 2005 with Piano and Orchestration for songs on the old Know Illusion album such as (Here to day tomorrow gone) and (Always). Please contact me for more information Thanks so much Ernesto DePalma ErnestoD@Socal.rr.com

From: Shon-Mark Date: November 5, 2005 at 16:23
I have had the pleasure of playing next to Ernesto many nights, as well as hearing His and Shanes' new stuff. The world is in for a musical storm that it has not seen in a long time. I can not wait to feel the rain. Finally, Music that is submerged in passion that will reach the coldest of hearts! SM

From: Devion Date: May 11, 2007 at 13:46
Greetings all KI fans. Our latest CD is almost complete. It includes a beautiful new mix with FULL orchestration! We had the privilege of having the legendary Steve Smith of Journey come in and do Drum tracks at Capital Records for 5 of our songs on the new album (FOR LOVE AND PAIN) including "Here today tomorrow gone" and "Always" Please come visit us at www.Myspace.com and enjoy the ride with us! Ernesto De Palma Ernestod@Socal.rr.com

From: hernanHRM/AOR Date: December 11, 2008 at 19:45
Great album of HardRock/AOR.. 80/100

From: kistlgirl Date: April 18, 2009 at 13:06
It only took Back to The Streets to want me to get involved with this great band. And even today some almost 15 yrs we are still great friends. KI rocks. This album is great. Keep rocking KI. Tara

From: rick kerch vzla Date: April 27, 2010 at 18:15
Great indie band that deserved to be signed by a major!...nice songs,catchy and overall AORRRRRR!!!.all tracks are worth in every aspect being perhaps "How Can I Say","Hold Me" & "Here Today" with its epilogue "Gone Tomorrow which is a very steady vocal track, my faves..."Always" is a beautiful ballad and "Back On The Streets" is an excellent opener..great vocals by Ernesto Depalma (is he a latino guy???)..if he is,well done my friend!.Buy it eyes closed,95/100

From: andi Date: March 8, 2012 at 11:38
This is a great Melodic Hardrock(not AOR) Album...just like Bon Jovi and first Vice Albums like!!

From: ARAMIS Date: March 12, 2012 at 10:15
Very nice!

From: ARAMIS Date: March 12, 2012 at 10:17
Actually,very nice Hard rock album and not AOR.Too bad that the band has not released another one(as far as i know).


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