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|3.||So Many Nights|
|4.||Open Up The Skies|
|5.||You Were With Me|
|6.||Stop The Blast|
|7.||You Are The Light|
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|From: koogles||Date: November 5, 2005 at 9:37|
|Nikki Cruze use 80s Triumph as their point of reference here, and come up with a rare yet satisfying indie. Singer Robin Lei Tietz has a serious Rik Emmett thing going on, and I hear Frontline, Marchello, Hugo and Flyweil as well in his voice. Standout track is definitely the soaring "Open Up the Skies". Pure Triumph or solo Hugo here... and as good as anything Frontline ever recorded. Production is pretty standard for a small label release. All in all, one of the better Canadian indies.|
|From: Remastered Reason||Date: March 22, 2006 at 22:44|
|Yeah, every once in a while you'd swear it was Rik Emmett. A few of the acoustic numbers, if shorter, are not too far removed from what Emmett would incorporate as tidy musical interludes between the main tracks. However, musically, it's wishful thinking to hear Triumph here.|
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