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Artist: Time Gallery

Title: Time Gallery

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Category: AOR

Year: 1989

Label: Atlantic

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Patrik De Vee vocals, bass
Frederik Bergengren guitar, vocals
Johan Stentorp keyboards, vocals
Carl Colt drums, percussion


1.  Echo Park  
2.  Taking The Best  
3.  The Promise  
4.  Valerie  
5.  All I Want  
6.  The Letter  
7.  Blueboy  
8.  Same Kind  
9.  No Trace Of Love  
10.  I'll Be Gone  
11.  Nowhere Land  

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From: TIM Date: February 11, 2004 at 11:50
Considered getting this off Ebay a few times. Is it any good?

From: Rycheage Date: February 12, 2004 at 22:24
Superbly crafted melodic rock, with hints of West Coast, and a production of clarity from Keith Olsen. They have a bit of eighties pop thrown in for good measure too, A-Ha, Go West.. that sort of thing. It's tight, infectious, and melodic.

From: peter poland Date: February 15, 2004 at 7:07
I love that kind of AOR, and this guys are great.Poppy, hitech aor.If you like Go west,Toys of joy,moti special etc etc you have to own this one.Als check out their second album called ''Kaleidoscope''. Feel the 80's !

From: robert Date: May 6, 2004 at 23:26
Acojonantisimo grupo d A.O.R!! me gusta mas su 2º el KALEIDOSCOPE... ESTO ES AOR SUECO DEL MEJOR!!

From: RECORDJNKY Date: July 23, 2004 at 18:08
This is what AOR is all about folks!! This is a FANTASTIC cd. Talk about catchy hooks!! Plenty of killer keyboards and tasty guitars and vocal harmonies galore. This is EXTREMELY MELODIC!! Simply one of the best cd's listed on this website.

From: ROBERT Date: April 22, 2005 at 10:19
¿NO ES DEL 87' ESTE DISCAZ0? aunq si fuera del 89' tampoco me sorprenderia!! q años akeyos!!!

From: TIM (2) Date: May 17, 2005 at 7:58
This is an all-time killer disc, and "Kaleidoscope" was pretty special too. It's hard to believe theyre Swedish as there's not the hint of an accent. And it's just so damn catchy, especially the first 6 tracks, with "All I Want" and the glorious "The Letter" standing out IMO. This type of music sinks or swims by the songwriting, and here it's flawless. It's very lightweight, but the punchy choruses lift this into AOR territory, and there are hardly any better examples ever in the genre. 9.5/10.

From: Kim HP Date: July 27, 2005 at 14:11
"Taking The Best" is an awesome track!

From: AOR/MHR fan Date: December 16, 2005 at 14:15
Banda sueca de Westcoast-AOR grandemente influenciada por TOTO, con algunos toques poperos de los 80's. Producido por el gran Keith Olsen, dejan ver la calidad en temas como "Taking The Best", "Valerie" o "The Letter". Disco entretenido pero coincido con Robert en que el segundo es mucho mejor.

From: Lovedrive Date: May 30, 2006 at 16:28
Blandengue y poco inspirado para mi gusto. Probaré el siguiente, a ver que tal

From: TONI MALLORCA Date: June 12, 2006 at 5:45
porque no estan roxette en esta web?,por lo menos son mas cañeros que estos.

From: ROBERT Date: July 12, 2006 at 13:56
Vaya pedazo d Banda Sueca d puro AOR -West Coast -Wimp o como se le kiera definir. Rozando el Pop y la comercialidad mas Absluta d grupos tipo (A-HA, GO WEST, WEST OF SUNSET, De5, HOTEL HUNGER...) En su primera Joya del 89' (aunq en varios sitios pone q es del 87'!!!)contaron con Tommy Funderburk a los coros y Producidos por el Super Reputado Mago: KEITH OLSEN. Reminiscencias Toto por todas partes.. No os podeis perder Verdaderos Temazos como: ECHO PARK - Vaya pedazo d comienzo!! Estremecedor, m

From: ROBERT Date: July 12, 2006 at 13:57
me encanta.. VALERIE - la sacaron como primer Single, y acertaron d yeno.. ALL I WANT - Vaya Tecladitos q meten!! como se nota la Mano Genial del Keith!! una Delicia d sonido y Produccion. Al mas puro estilo TOTO!! vamos parece un tema sacado d cualkier disco clasico d los Padres del invento. incluso me recuerda horrores al Joseph Williams el cantante Patrick!!! THE LETTER - Mi Gran Superfavorita, y Totalmente Brutal, Acojonante y Bestial!! Un temazo Epico dd los haya! Espectacular comercial y c

From: ROBERT Date: July 12, 2006 at 13:57
Espectacular comercial y con un sonido q alucina. No os la podeis perder por nada del mundo si os va el A.O.R.!!!!!!!! I'LL BE GONE - puro Toto! 8'5 d 10!! [img]http://yokohama.cool.ne.jp/k1ono/e_timgal87.jpg[/img] Su 2º disco del 92' aunq en varios sitios pone del 89' (Vaya Lio!!) es si cabe aun mejor!!

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: March 16, 2007 at 12:38
Very Good of course, similar estilo al siguiente muy en la onda Go West y al igual que el siguiente trabajo al mismo nivel IMO pero aca estan sus 2 mejores cortes The Letter(como Robert tambien mi favorita me recuerda horrores a los mejores cortes de bandas miticas en estilo asi como Little America, Silent Running, Regatta, Modesty o Then Jerico) & Valerie 8.5/10

From: YIRO SEVENTH Date: August 17, 2007 at 19:31
AWESOME AOR HI TECH WESTCOAST!! Pues esto es una maravilla de disco. Un AOR fluido, ritmico, elegante, lleno de clase, es decir un gran trabajo con grandes influencias de los TOTO de discos como Fahrenheit o Isolation. Teclados de gran calidad y tipicamente 80s, una base ritmica irresistible, una voz sobria, de buena calidad que le da realce a composiciones como "Valerie" en onda Go West, "All I Want" en onda Hi Tech y la increible "The Letter". SUPER RECOMENDADO

From: newscandi Date: September 17, 2007 at 17:47
This is way too much westcoast for me. That was my first thought I had about this album starting with song Nr. 10. But then I realized there are other songs with good hi tech moments in it (Tracks 4-8). That doesn't mean they are outstanding to me. GO WEST comparation is very accourate. Track one is great westcoast influenced AOR. The rest is, as I tried to point out, forgettable except you like TOYS OF JOY and the swedish SAHARA. 80/100

From: lost-soul Date: August 10, 2008 at 15:10
I appriciate both of their albums a lot, although I seem to like this better. Top notch AOR/Westcoast songs ideal for hot summer days and nights! Long live AOR!

From: aorfan700 Date: November 8, 2008 at 13:37
don't find much at all westcoast about this bar maybe the odd summery westcoast atmosphere that pop's up in the odd track. But seriously definately not essential for most westcoast fans I wouldn't say. The cd has a few interesting moments but I really didn't like it much. It's not my taste. To me, I heard this band as bogart co a little heavied up. Also the music sounded a bit too much like it was aimed at young crowd rather than adults. I can't speak about the follow up album cause I never heard it

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 2, 2010 at 18:34
I just bought this one along with their second album and i was extremely surprised about this pop-aor sound...if you are into the likes of Go West,Boy Meets Girl,Kevin Paige,Indecent Obsession to mention some stuff then you'll love this band.Songs 2,4,5,6,7,9 are outstanding ones but the whole album is worth to be honest.90/100

From: tomdwa Date: April 18, 2020 at 10:23
Nice release, albeit rather on the poppy light side, but well executed. My highlight of the album is the mystic opener Echo Park.

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