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Artist: Pulse

Title: Pulse

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Category: AOR

Year: 2001

Label: Now & Then / Frontiers Records

Catalog Number: FR CD 100

Personnel

Vince O'Regan Guitars
Simon Abbotts Vocals
Al Barrow Bass
Lynch Radinsky Drums
Alan Dawkins Keyboards
Paul Hodson Additional Keyboards

Tracks

1.  Talk About Love  
2.  Inspiration  
3.  Don't Wanna Lose You  
4.  Waiting  
5.  Star  
6.  Crazy  
7.  Lady  
8.  Heartbeat  
9.  Just For A Moment  
10.  Believe In Me  
11.  After Midnight  
12.  Without You  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Cruise Date: March 9, 2004 at 21:09
A bunch of seasoned pro's from the UK this is basically Bob Catley's band without Bob. This is a really good collection of polished AOR with some great hooks. It won't change the world but it's well worth getting if you like this genre.

From: koogles Date: March 10, 2004 at 11:29
Steady, sure-footed AOR. Agree with CRUISE... hardly mind-altering, but very professional with classy AOR tunes like "Just for A Moment" and "Inspiration" leading the way. Similar in style to NEWMAN.

From: André Date: March 11, 2004 at 18:45
Very good cd. Some tracks sound a little like Whitesnake, and Inspiration is one of the greatest rock songs of this decade so far...

From: Gareth Date: March 15, 2004 at 12:18
Quite simply a must have for any fan of 80's or nineties AOR. IMHO if this had been released in 1988 or 1989 it would have achieved classic status. The guitars from Bob Catley's axeman Vince O'Regan are stunning and the vocals are very classy. This one is a must buy! --- www.rock2pulse.com ---

From: Willie Date: May 28, 2004 at 8:13
Great, classic AOR. It just makes me feel better,everytime i put it on. Highly recommended in these crazy days......

From: AOR freaky Date: May 28, 2004 at 8:34
Indeed a good AOR effort. Check it out pronto !

From: MelodicMan Date: August 15, 2004 at 20:58
Great AOR album. I agree w/ the Whitesnake similarity. This singer sounds great, almost fabulous.

From: Geoff Date: August 15, 2004 at 22:42
I must agree with the above statements, this is a great melodic rock CD that sort of came to me from out of nowhere to me. But the songs are great and overall it is a very pleasing album with few bad things to say about it. Great melodic hard rock! 8/10

From: Rik Date: October 10, 2004 at 8:11
This is an ok album. Not a real gem in my humble opinion. The new album tho. Pulse - Worlds Apart. Now there is a must have. The guys have been able to take it even one step further. Never know what 2 expect after a good first release. They really hit the nail tho. Listen to songs like Lost without you (!), Nothing i can do about it, Worls apart and In your eyes. Perfect melodic (hard) rock. Excellent vocals. Depth in the songs. Yeah a gem !

From: TIM (2) Date: October 13, 2004 at 3:19
I'd disagree with Rik as I prefer this to their new "Worlds Apart" album. They both sound similar, but just a few slightly better tracks on here. To be brutally honest though, neither album particularly excites me. The Newman comparison is the nearest, but Pulse really don't nail the AOR formula as well as it's a little too safe and regimented for my tastes. Well played, excellent vocals, some good songs full of lush keys, but not quite the spark to set them apart from a ton of other releases.

From: Erik Date: November 29, 2005 at 13:05
Great melodic hard rock band. MORE BAD NEWS THO. Also Pulse disbanded. Can you fu..ing believe it ? Thanks MTV for rap and all of that other (britney) crap .....

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: July 30, 2006 at 3:11
Good AOR album, viendo por alli algunos albums para opinar me topo con este y al no ver algun hispano me animo a comentarlo, la verdad que es un buen album mmm una banda similar en estilo es Two Fires tanto por la voz y estilo(AOR con ese toquesito a 70's o principios 80's pero adaptados a esta epoca) no es mi fuerte bandas asi pero son buenas no lo niego Don't Wanna Lose You, Inspiration 2 temas AOR de nivel A1 para gustos exigentes, un album factible de conseguir 8/10

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: July 30, 2006 at 3:13
me falto acotar que es de los mejorcitos del 2002 y tambien es mejor que su segundo trabajo.

From: coverdale14 Date: January 12, 2008 at 13:38
CLARO QUE SI DE LO MEJOR DEL 2001, "TALK ABOUT LOVE" DESPLEGA GRAN HARD-AOR, RECORADANO A LOS GRANDES TEN, SOBRE TODO EN LAS GUITARRAS, EL VOCAL ES GRANDIOSO DANDO UN TOQUE AL GRAN PHIL MOGG DE LOS U.F.O., "DON´T WANNA LOSE YOU" ES GENIAL GRAN AOR, "JUST FOR A MONENT" GRANDE DE LO MEJOR DEL CD. EN SI ALBUM MUY COMPLETO DE HARD-AOR. RECOMENDADO. LARGA VIDA AL HARD-AOR.

From: idiosyncrasy Date: February 6, 2008 at 6:05
I came to this album with absolutely no expectations, having bought it as part of a 'buy 3 get 1 free' promotion. I'm a big Bob Catley fan, but have never caught the band on tour, so the thought of Bob's backing band didn't exactly set my world on fire, and the 2-page booklet didn't fill me with hope. However, I couldn't have been more wrong. This is cracking stuff - AOR which oozes class, from Simon Abbotts' masterful vocals (imagine Tom Jones fronting Atlantic!) to Vince O Regan's scorching gu

From: idiosyncrasy Date: February 6, 2008 at 6:08
guitar runs, all overlaid with a sparkling dash of pompy keyboards. 'Talk About Love' and 'Inspiration' set the tone for the album - breezy, confidently-produced British AOR with the odd bluesy touch for good measure. In places, the band adopt a moody tone that recalls classic Survivor. 'Star' is a highlight, as is 'After Midnight'(check out those vocal harmonies on the chorus). A CD that oozes professionalism. Nothing wildly original but with material and performances this good, who needs it?

From: darobinson Date: February 27, 2010 at 21:09
This is an excellent set of tunes right here. To bad the production sucks. Just my two cents.

From: 123charpenay Date: November 13, 2011 at 5:08
the best english aor album ever is walk the wire in 1994.but the first pulse record is one of the best.ok the production could be better.the drums sounds too dry and where is the bass guitar?.nevertheless this cd s is a jewel a must have.the singer have a beautiful and a little special voice.one filler track 12 but the rest is really excellent.

From: Ydol eM Date: May 15, 2013 at 16:59
A lot of AOR, a little of hard rock. This album doesn't insult any melodic rock fan but on the other hand it doesn't have anything to surprise. I would compare it to a mix of Survivor and Magnum. Nice to listen but nothing special to remember. 75/100.

From: 123charpenay Date: June 12, 2015 at 16:14
i confirm my last comment this cd is exceptionnal.this band have something special that others don t have,like a very beautiful woman who hypnotyze you.for make short this record is a masterpiece, a top class english a o r.i know track 11 "after midnight" the choruse is a clone of a disco hit.i don t know exactly but i thing it s a gino soccio s(italian disco singer) hit or other very near.unfortunatelly this jewel never the light of day in japan.a shame.


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