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Artist: Paul Shortino/JK Northrup

Title: Afterlife

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Paul Shortino/JK Northrup Afterlife Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock/AOR

Year: 2004

Label: Mtm Music

Catalog Number: 0681-100


Paul Shortino Lead And Backing Vocals
JK Northrup Guitars, Bass, Percussion, Backing Vocals, Synth
B.E. Haggard Drums
Nir Averbuch Piano, Synth, Hammond
Johnny Edwards Additional Vocals On "Crazy Mind"
Tommy Denander Guitar Solo On Feel Again


1.  Here I Am  
2.  Afterlife  
3.  Like A Stone  
4.  Crazy Mind  
5.  Feel Again  
6.  Crossfire  
7.  Slave  
8.  Gypsy Soul  
9.  Mark My Words  
10.  As I Fall  
11.  Prisoner  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: AOR freaky Date: May 18, 2004 at 8:03
Rather disappointing CD, this new one from Shortino/Northrup ! Average hardrock. Paul's voice is not good here. Raw and sometimes shouting. He tries to be sensitive, but fails. No, not recommended at all. MTM havelost their magic touch !

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From: Whiplash1972 Date: May 18, 2004 at 18:08
I'm a big Paul Shortino fan,but I will agree with something AORFreaky points out here,& that is the fact that Paul's vocals are not up to their usually skyhigh standards (rushed recording process maybe?) on this effort.Thankfully, Paul on a bad day is still better than most! While this disc isn't quite as good as their previous collaboration "Back on Track",it still offers up some excellent songs along the way. "Afterlife", "Crazy Mind", & "Feel Again" are my faves here.

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From: Whiplash1972 Date: May 18, 2004 at 18:09
I think most longtime Shortino fans will appreciate this disc, but hey, decide for yourself by checking out the sound samples here: http://www.nehrecords.com/shop/ShortinoAfterlife.htm

From: dckiss Date: May 29, 2004 at 12:31
First let me say I am a HUGE fan of Pauls Voice. But he has always suffered as a sub-par song writer. Nor has Paul ever been able to work with a great song writer (Neil Schon, Paul Stanley, Jack Blades are a few that come to mind). How Successful would paul have been if say he were in Night Ranger or Journey? This album is a prime example of the fore mentioned. Its not bad but is, never the less, a Ho Hum affair. Well I will continue to wait and Hope Paul hooks up with someone that is GREAT!

From: What? Date: June 25, 2004 at 22:01
Do any of you guys own this cd or are you just listening to snippets of it on the net ??? I'm thinking most of you have not heard this entire cd all the way through ??? Get the cd and please give it a few listens its an amazing cd.Jeff Northrup is an awesome talent as a guitar player and song writer and well Paul is his awesome self on this cd. You all sound like fans of Paul's alls I'm saying is nothing more then hear this cd all the way through its a great piece of work.

From: Bass God Date: July 27, 2004 at 9:52
Personally I think Northrups "old" singer Johnny Edwards is 100% better than Shortino. Northrup should stick with Edwards. Shortinos done!

From: What Date: July 29, 2004 at 14:31
Hey thats cool your entitled to perfer who you would like to see JK work with on vocals but saying Shortino's done is a joke . Edwards is a great singer but I perfer Shortino and I'll just leave it at that. I don't want to get into a whole who's better then who thing but the comment Shortino's Done well OK if you say so I will continue to buy ANYTHING Paul releases as he is FAR FROM DONE.

From: Geoff Date: May 3, 2006 at 1:17
Although I've liked a lot of Shortino's work in the past, I must admit I have never been a huge fan of his vocals at all, and like others say this isn't his finest hour. Still, there are some decent hard rock songs here. The title track, 'Feel again' and 'Mark my words' are all okay, but I'd be lying if I said there was really any tracks on here I loved. Decent hard rock.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: July 17, 2011 at 20:35
Very good album but their "Back On Track" one is far better than this IMHO mainly because of its more solid songs...anyway this though has wonderful songs such as "Here I Am","Crazy Mind"(a goodie modern rock influenced track)& "Crossfire"...my favourites are the AORish cuts "Feel Again" & "Slave"...85/100

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