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|From: juan carlos
||Date: January 1, 2009 at 2:29|
|Good Bluesy Melodic Rock album. "Fire and Ice" is the real highlight. Good solos and Overlandīs voice are the best here. Third Shadowman release and their best album for sure. 8/10
||Date: January 15, 2009 at 3:14|
|just got it hope to spin it shortly...
||Date: January 18, 2009 at 21:14|
|Holy christ! Do they really look like that? How horrifying. Almost as bad as the music! lol. I tried to give these guys a go, but this is their 3rd album which just sounds exactly like the others. Except this time they decided to include 0 good songs. Boring drivel. These uninspired dime-a-dozen AOR acts like this really need to call it quits if they're not going to bother delivering anything of quality anymore.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: August 21, 2012 at 21:37|
|For me this is their best effort!!!...some songs have a sort of Rainbow,Deep Purple feel("Road To Nowhere" that is great and "No Man's Land"),another fine moments are "Bad For You","Fire And Ice"(has the essence of FM),"I've Been Wrong Before"(nice softy),"It's Electric","Keeper Of My Heart" & "Hard Ways"...88/100
||Date: August 28, 2012 at 19:21|
|hi rick ok with you their best record without any doubt.hightly recommanded.come back this evening from our vacation from varadero (cuba).think often to you cause on "tele sur" a venezuelian tv ? the propaganda for chavez is amazing.it is terrific this tv clean your brain all day long!!!!!!!!!!
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: August 28, 2012 at 23:49|
|Hi 123charpenay!!!!...that TV Network is brain washing!!! ...about this record??...hell yeah!!!..a very good one mate...cheers!!!
|From: Reverend Mayhem
||Date: February 19, 2013 at 10:04|
|Steve Overland joins Rainbow -- or at least that's what this album would have you think. If you liked 1980's Rainbow albums like "Straight Between the Eyes" or "Bent Out of Shape," you should enjoy this disc -- imagine Joe Lynn Turner handling the vocals and you'd have a virtual follow-up to those albums. Musically, they've got the Blackmore formula down-pat here, including the guitar sound and accompanying organ. (The driving riff of the opener, "Road To Nowhere" is instantly reminiscent of "Death Alley Driver.") Of course, Overland sounds as great as anything he's ever done with FM, and with Thunder's Chris Childs and Harry James comprising the rhythm section, they're very tight. Solid AOR with nice melodies -- nothing that will take your head off (a couple of snoozers here and there), but still very well done. 80 / 100
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