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Artist: Last Autumn's Dream

Title: A Touch of Heaven

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Last Autumn's Dream A Touch of Heaven Album Cover

 

Category: Melodic Rock

Year: 2010

Label: Escape Music

Catalog Number: ESM201

Personnel

Mikael Erlandsson lead vocals, keyboards
Andy Malecek guitars
Nalley Pahlsson bass, vocals
Jamie Borger drums, vocals
Jeff Scott Soto backing vocals
Marcel Jacob bass
Peter Soderstrom rhythm guitars
Ulf Wahlberg keyboards
Richard Quist keyboards

Tracks

1.  Heaven & Earth - a Requiem to Marcel Jacob  00:40
2.  Caught in Between  4:18
3.  Top of the World  3:28
4.  Candle in the Dark  4:50
5.  Come Rain or Shine  4:30
6.  Heartbreaker  4:22
7.  Last Mistake  4:40
8.  See My Baby Jive  4:32
9.  Renegade  3:38
10.  What's on Your Mind  3:58
11.  How Long  3:56
12.  Surrender  4:29
13.  Jenny's Eyes  5:48
  
Total Running Time:  53:09

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Existing comments about this CD

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 21, 2012 at 12:21
Another album that took time to be posted but finally is here ...LAD is a band that basically every album they record is meant to be a "straight to your face catchy AOR" and here they displayed it quite outstandingly(well they always do it frequently)...after the good "intro" comes "Caught In Between" wich is an immediate highlight,on the same "line" we have enormous songs such as "Top Of The World"(superb catchy choruses),"Candle In The Dark"(nice semi ballad),"Come Rain Or Shine","Heartbreaker"(probably the best cut of the album IMO),"Last Mistake" & "How Long"...this band has to be huge or hit the big time sooner or later because of the quality they have in writing top notch AOR songs...recommended album...91/100

From: 123charpenay Date: October 18, 2013 at 11:05
the production is better than their first realise.lad plays a hard fm who is a mix of dreamtide and fair warning.for make short a hard f m with a little symphonic touch.i m not an absolute fan.but for me the main problem is the voice of mickael erlandsson.i don t holp up his voice.for me it s quickly very boring and disagreeable.

From: Photochromic Steve Date: October 16, 2014 at 15:18
This album marks the start of LAD hitting form as far as I'm concerned. Most of the previous albums I tended to like 4 or 5 of the tracks, but for this album and the next 3 I like nearly all of the tracks. This one is probably their best, closely followed by Yes and Dreamcatcher.


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