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Artist: Surprises

Title: Longing For The Daylight

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Surprises Longing For The Daylight Album Cover


Category: AOR

Year: 1989

Label: Musicolor

Catalog Number: 100-30146


Thomas Wellnovski Vocals, Guitars
Sven Thiedecke Keyboards
Hans-Joachimjogi MüLler Guitars, Backing Vocals
Dieter Fish Weber Bass
Stefan Poncho Reinicke Drums, Backing Vocals


1.  Back To The City  
2.  How Does It Feel  
3.  Pierre  
4.  This Time I'm Sure  
5.  Reason To Live  
6.  One Way To Paris  
7.  Wait Just A Minute  
8.  Longing For The Daylight  
9.  Can't Wait  
10.  Turn Out The Light  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: aorjocke Date: March 29, 2004 at 9:56
This is the second release from this not so well-known AOR band from Germany.Their first release was "TOGETHER WE ARE STRONG" from 87,who all AOR-Lovers should own a copy of, there are som really good pure pompAOR songs on it. This one have a little more laidback feel to it in some tracks, but there are also a couple good straight forward AOR songs, like "Back to the city". The singer is also very good, not much of an accent here.

From: nanteau Date: April 9, 2005 at 16:57
How can I get my ears on this ?? Especially on the other release "Together.." ??

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: April 15, 2006 at 14:18
Mmm Good AOR album, un album de AOR con su lado Melodico y Lite a la vez, esta Ok y nada mas a medio camino entre lo decente y lo bueno This Time I'm Sure & Back To The City lo mejor del disco, y otra vez la puntuacion por favor como que mas de 9?! que pasa aca no hay gusto o que? dan ganas de meterle su chiquita a los que ponen ese tipo de puntuacion, este no sube de 7/10. ahora referente a su album Together We Are Strong es otra historia ese si que es un buenisimo album de AOR pero Ultrararo.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: January 17, 2012 at 19:36
A step down for Surprises if you compare this album with the band's debut "Together We Are Strong" of 1987 that is not posted(yet)at the glorious Heavy Harmonies data base...from this album you can take "Back To The City","Pierre","This Time I'm Sure"(nice softy),"One Way To Paris" & "Turn Out The Lights"...enjoyable yes,essential no...80/100

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