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Artist: Vertigo

Title: 2

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Vertigo 2 Album Cover


Category: AOR

Year: 2006

Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)

Catalog Number: FRCD290


Joseph Williams Vocals, Keyboards
Alex Masi Guitars
Fabrizio V. Zee Grossi Bass, Keyboards, Producer
Virgil Donati Drums
Jason Scheff Backing Vocals


1.  In The Blink Of An Eye  3:17
2.  All For You  4:30
3.  Hold Me  3:52
4.  Part Of Me  3:54
5.  Holy  3:47
6.  I Wanna Live Forever  4:41
7.  Save It All Alone  4:23
8.  Picking Up The Pieces  2:49
9.  Together (Good-Bye So Long)  4:09
10.  There's A Reason  4:14
Total Running Time:  39:36

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From: Jez Date: June 13, 2006 at 11:08
Straight to the point on this one. Great voice, some good songs, but a production job that I could have honestly done better myself (drums sound and the sloppy Bass playing especially). Compared to other stuff of top quality being released, this is just not good enough in this day and age. Don't get me wrong, there are some good/great songs here 'All For You' 'Save Me' & 'Save It All Alone' being good examples. The Die hard AOR'sters will say this is great, unfortunately it isn't!! Dissapointing

From: TIM (2) Date: June 14, 2006 at 4:48
I cant believe that FRONTIERS or Joseph Williams wanted to put their name to this. This album is a mish-mash of unused/unwanted songs that don't fit together,& are light-years from those on the terrific first VERTIGO. Although judging the song quality is harsh as you really can't hear much of what's going on, the sound is a mess. Zee Grossi has utterly ruined it & should never be allowed near a recording studio ever again. Alex Masi shines,as do tracks 2 & 9, but nothing else does. Awful. 4/10.

From: Geoff Date: June 28, 2006 at 2:39
I actually think this one is quite good. I'm not that phased by the production, because to me it sounds just like every other project of this nature. I do like the songs, though, and in the end that's what's important. I do admit it has a sort of 'left-overs' feel to it, but I still enjoy it a lot. Good, consistent melodic rock songs.

From: GlenRavine Date: June 29, 2006 at 14:56
Good - don't expect something like the debut. As good though, I was expecting a little bit more maybe becasue the debut was that good. Still a good DISC though.

From: Geoff Date: August 14, 2006 at 21:15
I'd just like to add to my original comments that I was listening to this last night, and it's even better than I first thought. Yeah, the production is average but I absolutely LOVE those first 5 songs! Those and track 9 are my faves, but there is not a track here I dislike. Admittedly, a much better album that I first thought, and possibly one of my faves of this year so far.

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