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Artist: Honeymoon Suite

Title: Clifton Hill

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Honeymoon Suite Clifton Hill Album Cover


Category: AOR

Year: 2008

Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)

Catalog Number: FR CD 389


Johnnie Dee lead vocals
Derry Grehan lead guitar, backing vocals
Ray Cockburn keyboards
Gary Lalonde bass
Dave Betts drums


1.  She Ain't Alright  3:50   Listen
2.  Tired O' Waitin'  3:02   Listen
3.  Riffola  3:53   Listen
4.  Ordinary  3:52   Listen
5.  The House  4:12   Listen
6.  Why Should I?  3:35   Listen
7.  Down  3:49   Listen
8.  Bizness  3:51   Listen
9.  That's All U Got  3:36   Listen
10.  Restless  3:17   Listen
11.  Separate Lives  3:32   Listen
Total Running Time:  40:29

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Existing comments about this CD

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From: Jez Date: October 12, 2008 at 16:07
Their last disc 'Lemon Tongue'/'Dreamland' pretty much divided fans of the band because of it's modern Rock style. I liked most of it, especially tracks like 'Lagavulin' and 'Into Me Into You', but I must admit, I did hanker for a bit of the old style Classic Honeymoon Suite. Thankfully the new disc 'Clifton Hill' goes back somewhat to the older sound, pretty much losing all the modern rock'isms that dogged them on 'Lemon Tongue', but still keeping a modern, up to date sound, tracks like opener 'She Ain't Alright' summing this up perfectly. There are a couple of really excellent ballads on here aswell, 'Restless' is a lovely track, followed closely by 'Ordinary' which is a really nice tune aswell. The rest are all good, up tempo tracks with no real fillers I can hear. The band sound excellent, especially Johnnie Dee's Vox, Production is really nice and crisp and all in all, this is a pretty damned fine album, that after 4 spins so far, and is getting better each time.

From: YNGWIEVIKING Date: October 19, 2008 at 2:12
ok but nothing really special or exciting 76/100 TRAD.MELODIC ROCK Yes , they are back to MR but i can't hear the same PASSION & POWER i used to love in their legendary classics !

From: juan carlos Date: October 26, 2008 at 2:29
Jez has said it all and i do not have more to say. I agree with his opinion but in his rating. 8.5/10

From: Geoff Date: November 17, 2008 at 22:11
This is not bad at all. A good, solid and consistent effort. 'Tired O' Waitin' is my favourite song; a nice modern melodic rocker. Most the songs are pretty good, with 'Ordinary' being another favourite of mine. Nice ballad. In comparison to Loverboy's album from last year, this does pale... but for Honeymoon Suite, this is a good album.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: December 7, 2008 at 18:55
Nice album with perhaps a touch of modernisism.The Loverboy latest album can be the closest comparisson as Geoff said (maybe Loverboy's album is a little more edgy than this one).I'm not to much of saying this is the old HMS sound (is there any song sounding here as "What Does It Takes" or "Stay In The Light" or "Feel It Again"???...doubt it)but i guess music has 2 evolucionate.I'll give this an 85/100

From: overkillrulz Date: March 21, 2009 at 10:33
Wow, their best production to date. One of the best releases of 2008. Get it!

From: hair metal again Date: September 29, 2009 at 1:29
new release for the great canadians,unfortunately very average.only 2 or 3 good songs like" ordinary","the house".the rest is very forgettable staff ,well played but not so talented.sorry guys this is the worst honeymoon suite release and only for the fans like myself

From: JOVIAOR Date: July 20, 2011 at 12:48
Tired of waitin'

From: tomdwa Date: April 15, 2020 at 17:44
An improvement compared to their Lemon tongue/Dreamland disaster...which is not that hard to accomplish. There are actually a couple of decent songs on this one (Ordinary, Separate lives), but it's clear they will never reach their 80s status and quality level anymore.

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