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Artist: Pride

Title: Another Fine Mess

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1994

Label: Prime Music

Catalog Number: PMCD02

Personnel

Lee Small vocals, percussion
Dave Bickley guitars, keyboards, vocals
Connor Emms guitars, vocals
Jon Hayward bass, vocals
Derren Wootton drums, percussion

Tracks

1.  Silent Movie  
2.  Love Can't Find a Way  
3.  River Runs Dry  
4.  Caught in the Middle  
5.  Borrowed Time  
6.  Rescue Me  
7.  Believe in Me  
8.  Can't Let Go  
9.  Stand Up  
10.  Colour My Dreams  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Aero Force Mike Date: February 16, 2004 at 23:53
Well considering I submitted this album, I guess I should review it! Hmmm, well this is some obscure indie album I found in my local used store... it'd sat there for YEARS till I picked it up. It's pretty damn cool; funky melodic hard rock/AOR kind of a mix of Mr Big and King's X... I was pretty proud of this discovery. The vocals are smooth, the guitar tone is crisp... all in all a decent record if you can find it - unfortunately I can't find a single mention of it ANYWHERE on the net. Weird.

From: cr@igyboy Date: March 22, 2004 at 17:03
pride, wot a fantastiche band they were eh? silent movie rocks...9 out of 10. ..

From: Geoff Date: December 5, 2004 at 20:26
Wow, this is an odd turn of events here. I clicked on this band expecting to rave uncontrollably about one of the best bands in recent history, Pride ('Far from the edge' and 'Signs of purity') but instead this band came up. I don't know how to submit bands, but please someone in the know-how, submit the real Pride! Anyway, this CD in question is as average as a release gets, IMO. I still own it and it's not the worst CD ever and has a moment or two, but I'd suggest living without it.

From: Connor Emms Date: December 18, 2004 at 14:48
WOW !THIS A TURN UP FOR THE BOOKS I'M CONNOR AND I PLAYED LEAD GUITAR ON THIS ALBUM AND I AND THE GUYS THAT PLAYED ON THIS ALBUM ARE AND STILL VERY PROUD OF IT . HOWEVER MYSELF AND DEZ HAVE NOW MOVED ON TO HEAVIER GROUND WWW.HEADSPEED.CO.UK MUHAHAHAHAHA TA FOR THE COMMENTS

From: brian Date: January 12, 2005 at 14:24
hey Geoff- i have been trying to track down that band you are speaking of. a buddy of mine gave me a downloade tune of theirs. i believe it called "It's Just Me". does that sound familiar? if so, please let me know where i can find these guys!!

From: Aero Force Mike Date: January 12, 2005 at 15:09
You can find them three-names beneath this entry on the 'P' page of this site, beneath Pride of Lions. They're the Pride listed as 'AOR', this is the 'Hard Rock' listed one.


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