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Artist: Tomorrow's Child

Title: Tomorrow's Child

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Category: Classy Art Rock/ AOR

Year: 1993

Label: Dream Circle (Germany)

Catalog Number: DCD 9307


Adam vocals, guitar
Rik Schaffer guitar
Steve Resnick bass
Craig Dollinger drums 


1.  Walk In The Woods  4:45
2.  Go Down Screaming  3:39
3.  Suburban Rain  4:21
4.  Daddy Says  4:48
5.  Ain't Been Sleepin'  4:48
6.  Asylum Erotica  5:02
7.  Building Babylon  4:22
8.  Get The Green  3:52
9.  Animal Inside  3:47
10.  Don't Talk To Me  5:25
11.  Little Heroes  3:37
12.  Shelter  4:47
13.  Love And Madness  5:24
Total Running Time:  58:37

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Ron Date: October 26, 2004 at 13:36
This guitarist listened very good to Alex Lifeson from Rush. Perfect.

From: Mary Date: February 20, 2005 at 17:53
I have this CD...I used to go see this band play in Hollywood in the 80's and I cannot understand why they were never signed by a label...they rocked!

From: BIG-TIME Date: May 31, 2007 at 15:53
I can tell you why! their BAD really BAD the vocal's are good but all the song's sound the same with that multiverb delay effect on the guitar. I would go as far as saying this should not really be here. As it's not like the AOR or rock on this site, STAY AWAY...KEEP ROCKIN ALL!!!

From: YNGWIEVIKING Date: August 13, 2007 at 5:51
Not the CD on this planet , but very good indeed 81/100 You should try , if you like something a little different from time to time ! The singer sound like TRACY WHITE from SHOTGUN SYMPHONY and yes the guitar player use a lot of delay stuff like THE EDGE or ALEX LIFESON but there is nothing bad to that ? Despite some out of key backing vocals , it's really interesting to see another way of making AOR !

From: YNGWIEVIKING Date: August 19, 2007 at 2:11
Sure , it's not the BEST cd on this planet ! but very good indeed ! I just get the 2nd CD "rocky coast ,rough sea" on DREAM CIRCLE/MTM and even if the music style/concept is close to the 1st one , the prod. and more important the songs quality are WEAK , so stick to this CD !

From: Seb Date: February 7, 2012 at 20:34
Great band!

From: Seb Date: February 7, 2012 at 20:38
i feel some VAIN influences. they had one track ("walk in the woods") on a great compilation of unsigned bands in 1989 called "street survivors" too.

From: SunsetHoliday Date: August 30, 2021 at 4:06
Tomorrow's Child was another cool band that never made it out of Hollywood. According to the extensive liner notes, this CD makes up the songs they recorded after getting dropped from Arista Records (Those recordings can be found on their second album). As the other comments show, their sound isn't for everybody. It features a lot of interesting guitar effects that, when it comes to the other bands on this site, are rather unique. Musically I find this album great, with lots of variety between tempos and styles. The lyrics also deserve a mention, some of the songs like Go Down Screaming follow relatively complex story lines, and Adam is vocally very strong. My personal highlights are Asylum Erotica, Building Babylon, and Get The Green, although if you are still on the fence check out Walk In the Woods and Get The Green on YouTube, those are what sold me on buying the entire album. Definitely an album that deserves at least one shot, my rating is a solid 80/100.

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