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Artist: Midnite Club

Title: Running Out Of Lies

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2003

Label: Escape

Catalog Number: ESM-092

Personnel

Carsten Schulz vocals
Stephen Seger guitar
Holger Seeger keyboards
Andy Keller bass
Bernd Hermann bass

Tracks

1.  Neon Dreaming  
2.  Too Close To The Sun  
3.  Morning Rain  
4.  The Wild Boys    Cover: Duran Duran
5.  Snakecharmer  
6.  Ticket To Silence  
7.  Heaven Beyond  
8.  Running Out Of Lies  
9.  Midnite Club  
10.  What The Mirror Only Knows  
11.  Thoughts Away  

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From: vandervelde Date: January 29, 2004 at 10:03
Very much like EVIDENCE ONE,maybe little less heavy ....overall very solid and entertain record but i miss here some standout songs....if you like good european hardrock with a lot of keys check it out.....Carsten Schulz is the best new singer in Germany!!

From: Rycheage Date: April 3, 2004 at 1:11
The lead-off track 'Neon Dreaming' is an intense burst of melodic drama, with a futuristic keyboard backdrop to give it depth. 'Too Close To The Sun' brings us back to reality with a straight-ahead 'rock out' track, followed by the lovely mid-tempo ballad 'Morning Rain'. The acoustic shimmer mixed with the layered keys gives it a rich gloss, perhaps reminscent of those L.A hair-metal bands of the early 90's in their softer moments. Alot like Evidence One.

From: Geoff Date: January 7, 2005 at 19:20
This Carsten fella really gets around, doesn't he! Well, lucky for him he's got quite a voice on him. Not as heavy as Domain or Evidence One, but I actually like this a bit better than what's been going on with Domain since 'One million light years'. This is pretty great keyboard driven melodic hard rock. Frontline's musically sexy Robert Boebel writes 2 musically stunning tracks (but who'd expect anything else?) and the last ballad is very nice - but overall, great melodic hard rock CD.

From: SteveT Date: May 16, 2006 at 15:47
Very Good CD. Comments above about Evidence One are not far of the mark, although i would say more like Frontline. The title track is awesome BTW.

From: juan carlos Date: March 15, 2008 at 15:20
Yep, this one sounds like Evidence One, maybe less heavy. I love songs like "Ticket To Silence" and "Running Out Of Lies", from the heavy stuf i prefer "What The Mirror Only Knows". Recommended. 8.3/10


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