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Category: AOR

Year: 2002

Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)

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Personnel
Johnnie Dee lead vocals, guitar
Derry Grehan lead guitar
Peter Nunn keyboards
Rob Laidlaw bass
Bret Carrigan drums
Tracks
1.  What I Know   
2.  So Hard  
3.  Still Lovin' You  
4.  Just Love Somebody  
5.  The Way I Do  
6.  Dreamland  
7.  Too Little, Too Late  
8.  Gone  
9.  Undone  
10.  Lagavulin  
11.  Radiant  
12.  Even Now  

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From: Jez Date: December 1, 2002 at 6:39
Excellent 'Come back' cd, which has divided a few people, due to the new 'Modern' approach on some tracks. This is the watered down version of Lemon Tongue (which is better in my opinion) with a few older songs added to please the older fans.There was absolutely nothing wrong with the original release, and the record co. has made the big mistake of not including 'Into Me , Into You' from the aformentioned Lemon Tongue cd. This is still an excellent release though, but you really need Lemon Tongu

From: 9 CHAMPIONS A 1 Date: December 1, 2002 at 7:21
Pues yo soy de los que opinino que para sacar esto,mejor hubieran continuado sus eternas vacaciones,esto ya no es el majestuoso AOR que ellos hacian en los 80,esto es equiparable a lo ultimo de Harem Scarem pero bastante peor,solo hay un tema que vale la pena,y donde el sonido es limpio y ochentero total, hablo de Still Lovin You,miras en el libreto y te das cuenta que es un tema que grabaron en el 89(ya decia yo).Una MEDIOCRIDAD mas de hoy en dia(Y no se cuantas van ya).

From: freddy de keyze Date: December 2, 2002 at 4:30
This time I don't agree with Jez. This is crap, nu-breed and no longer AOR. Forget this CD and listen to their older and far better stuff !

From: koogles Date: December 2, 2002 at 10:33
Honeymoon Sour. A 10 year incubation and what crawls out of hiding is a sad pathetic release that tries to cater unsuccessfully to the nu-Breed sound. One of the worst releases of 2002.

From: JAVIER_MADRID Date: January 21, 2003 at 2:34
TOTALMENTE DE ACUERDO CON CHAMPIONS. POR QU SI ALGO GUSTABA EN LOS 80, LOS GRUPOS SE EMPEAN EN CAMBIAR?

From: GlenRavine Date: April 4, 2003 at 20:05
Fnatstic DISC - absolutely fantastic. Glad to see these guys back in action - 'Still Lovin' You' brings you back to the early days. I kinda enjoyed this CD better than 'Lemon Tongue' - although both are quite well. Very nice to see these guys back in action. Very good for 2k. Mind you - would love the old sound to return.

From: Knuckles Date: May 7, 2004 at 8:31
I agree with everybody.This sound is not them and is really crap but to defend the band,this is what is selling the most these days. I can almost feel the bands pain,trying to sound like a moose taking a dump after eating a days worth of cheese (which is what most new stuff sounds like today),when they really want to show their true talent.

From: run2u Date: May 21, 2004 at 22:24
A ver,lo dir.Frontiers apesta(y me refiero al sello,no al mtico lbum de Journey).Y todas estas mediocridades con que supuestamente se"mejora"el panorama actual...respecto al sonido,cualquier estudio de aficionado tiene mejores producciones.Pero respecto a los temas,el asunto ya es de escndalo.Basura.Evolucin es otra cosa,sonar fresco es otra cosa...no s,"Waiting for the punchline"de EXTREME fue un gran disco actualizado,por ejemplo.Pero no confundamos con hacer basura. run2u69@hotmail.com

From: TIM (2) Date: May 26, 2004 at 7:45
If you love the old stuff then buy this over "Lemon Tongue", as "Still Loving You" is an absolute classic and one of their best tunes ever. Big keyboards, huge chorus, classic stuff. Shame the rest of the album was such a dud... Check out Johnnie Dee's solo album though as it's a bit more palatable, if not quite the return to the sounds of old.

From: Tony Date: January 8, 2005 at 9:40
It's Honeymoon Suite and I love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!

From: Geoff Date: February 12, 2005 at 20:59
I really quite like this release. Still not a great one, IMO, but a very listenable collection of songs and a very good sound. Yeah, good stuff.

From: hair metal again Date: September 27, 2009 at 5:23
not as impressive as earlier records,but if you give it a try you ll find good music.absolute highlight the older "still in love with you",great song indeed.the sound is not so modern as it seems and i guess its satisfying.one of the good releases in frontiers records before it become what it has become...

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 28, 2013 at 15:11
Some songs from the "Lemon Tongue" in here ...anyway about the mixed comments above,well,i agree partially with some of them but going straight to the point well 4 me this is not an essential HMS release to have but it could be at least a pleasant one if you are open minded,...i love the 80's no matter what and is understandable that the sound the band did back then was awesome,to say the least.Times change and so has the music,for good or for bad,but it has to evolutionate..."What I Know"(ala The Rembrandts),"So Hard"(nice),"Still Lovin' You"(ala "Hysteria",Def Leppard),"Just Love Somebody"(rocks),"Too Little,Too Late"(nice),"Lagavulin"(nice)& "Radiant"(nice)are the ones that caught one way or another my attention...80/100


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