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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Statue Records
Catalog Number: SC94004
|2.||Blame It on Love|
|8.||So Far Away|
|11.||Canyon Dance live bonus track|
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|From: M. Allen||Date: November 30, 2003 at 22:37|
|You probably won't feel too vexed if you pick up this melodic hard rock CD, but odds are you won't feel overly impressed with it either, as if falls victim to formulaic songwriting and a lack of overall energy. Kory Voxen offered much better with his next band, TALON, so you're better off spending some of your Christmas budget (c'mon, your bratty kids don't need that many presents!) on that CD before worrying about adding any VOXEN to your collection.|
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|From: Whiplash1972||Date: November 30, 2003 at 23:54|
|Other than vocalist Craig Kazor,this IS Talon(Kazor is later replaced by Michael O'Mara,and the band name changed to Talon).I agree with M.Allen that the Talon release is the better of the 2 CDs, but this one has its merit as well. If you're into bands like Dokken,XYZ,or Vicious Mary,I think you'll like this disc.DO NOT go after this one on eBay,go grab it off the Talon website at: http://www.talonrocks.com/Index.htm ;you'll save money in the end,and have a brand new CD.Tracks 2,4,& 7 are faves!|
|From: Geoff||Date: August 25, 2004 at 22:00|
|Unfortunately this did not completely blow me away. It is good, solid hard rock with a rather heavy feel indeed. Good songs, but not an essential one, IMO.|
|From: z4roxx||Date: February 9, 2005 at 14:24|
|That's a good band,not awesome but good one indeed.I think this is good as Talon,maybe Talon is more catchy but production is flat and makes every song similar.In this cd there are some great songs,IMO.I think Whiplash1972 has the right,I think the same thing...|
|From: Geoff||Date: April 27, 2005 at 20:38|
|Having heard this again last night, I must say that I actually prefer this to the pretty damn good Talon disc, mostly due to the harder rocking, better drum sound. The songs are not mind-blowing, but consistently good and this disc actually reminds me of early Racer X. 'Mamas eyes', 'Blame it on love' and 'So far away' are great tracks, but overall this is good solid melodic hard rock. The intrumental is a highlight too, which I'd seldom say. Very consistently good.|
|From: headbanger4life||Date: October 18, 2005 at 3:26|
|I actually liked this one. Tracks 2 and 4 are definately the best. I can hear the Dokken references on this one. Don't mess around trying to get this one on ebay. I picked it up from the bands website (new/still sealed) for 10 bucks. Whiplash's comment above has the bands (new band Talon) website.|
|From: Max420||Date: April 20, 2006 at 18:49|
|I have to agree with Geoff,I like this cd more than the Talon disc. The songs are good,kinda formulated writing but,makes for a good jam. I especially like the vocals on this one,Singer Craig Kazor has a natural,great sounding voice,IMO.I believe it has a lot more feeling to it. Good stuff.I've enjoyed listening to it.It's a bit dated but,if you like listening to Dokken or Ronnie James Dio this is pretty good. If you like Firehouse or Rush,Talon cd is good too.IMO,2 very different cd's.|
|From: juan carlos||Date: March 11, 2009 at 21:17|
|Good Solos/Melodic Heavy Riffs but the Flat drum sound and Weak choruses are clearly the reason of my low rating. Ok Melodic HeavyHardRock, just that. "Blame It on Love" "Shadows" are goods ones, "Sacrifice" is the instrumental, average in my opinion. 7/10|
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