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Artist: Blue Velvet

Title: Out Of The Blue

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1992

Label: D & S Recording

Catalog Number: 31800332-40

Personnel

Thomas Matiszik Vocals
Bjoern Gralla Guitar
Peter Schikert Bass
Marius Ader Keyboards
Enrico Karolczak Drums

Tracks

1.  Stop For A Minute  
2.  Two Diffrent Worlds  
3.  Bad Reputation  
4.  If Your Looks Could Kill  
5.  Tell Me Why  
6.  Without You  
7.  Livin' Fantasy  
8.  Out Of The Blue  
9.  Shadow In Your Eyes  
10.  If Leavin' You Was Easy  

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From: STEF THE FRENCH Date: March 22, 2004 at 20:38
WELL ,STILL A GERMAN BAND ON LONG ISLAND RECORD(1992) ....A GOOD SURPRISE /GREAT HOOKLINES, TYPICAL EUROPEAN MELODIC HARD ROCK . A REALLY GOOD ALBUM BUT TOO SHORT!

From: gener8tr Date: April 1, 2004 at 14:24
I've read descriptions of this band being compared to Bon Jovi, Bonfire and Jaded Heart. While this is not a bad album, it in no way compares to those three bands.

From: Geoff Date: June 14, 2004 at 5:38
A couple of fillers, yes, but a couple of gems too? Yes indeed! It's not a brilliant album, but I do think it is a very good melodic hard rock release. Especially a few of the opening tracks. Good album. I guess my comparison, if I had to make one, would be to 1st Avenue. A lot of keys, but still good melodic hard rock.

From: z4roxx Date: January 21, 2005 at 0:18
Sorry gener8tr but the comparison with Bon Jovi is correct,not with Bonfire or Jaded heart.With a better production this cd should be awesome IMO.Great hooks,outstandin'choruses,the first track is killer,wow!If you know the italian band Vanadium(expecially"seventheaven"release)you'll find these guys very very close to them...9/10(I don t give it 10 only for the production)

From: stryper Date: June 15, 2005 at 18:37
this is ok.not great.on the bonfire side.no bon jovi.i could find.jessica96fish

From: SCANDI Date: September 30, 2005 at 12:57
Superp album. Very solid hard rock. They're sounding like Bonfire the most but I'd thoroughly compare them to some rougher tracks of Bon Jovi, to Pink cream 69 or even a bit Helloween or Sic Vikki. I'm not particularly a hard rock fan (more of the AORish side of it). Nevertheless, it's not a bad album. My faves are "If your looks could kill" (you can't ignore the perfect hooks), "Tell me why", the sweet little ballad "Without you" & the last track which reminds me of some accoustic tracks from..

From: SCANDI Date: September 30, 2005 at 13:03
..Heart. You know, e.g. from the sensational "The road home" album (the cover version of "The river" is not too far from it). For AOR lovers I give this a 7,6/10 - for hard rock lovers it's an 8,9/10.

From: SCANDI Date: September 30, 2005 at 13:04
..by the way, production is quite excellent I guess..


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