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Artist: Silver

Title: Intruder

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Category: Melodic Hard Rock

Year: 2003

Label: Point Music

Catalog Number: 10241

Personnel

Michael Voss Guitars, Backing Vocals
Bernie Torme Guitars
Gary Barden Lead Vocals
Don Airey Keyboards
Bertram "Brett" Engel Drums
Bob Daisley Bass Guitar
Colin Hodgkinson Bass Guitar
Tommy Denander Additional Guitars

Tracks

1.  Intruder  
2.  Troublemaker  
3.  Bleed  
4.  Drowning  
5.  Dance With The Devil    Cover: Cozy Powell
6.  How Does It Feel?  
7.  Kismet  
8.  Come On  
9.  I Don't Love You Anymore  
10.  Shine On You  
11.  When The Lights Go Down  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rockhead Date: April 21, 2004 at 4:05
The 3rd release from almost supergroup Silver see some personnel changes with Bob Daisley, Brett Engel and Tommy Denander getting in on the action. This band are so consistent with this release following the other 2 perfectly. More melodic in approach this time with supremely catchy choruses and I think a slightly softer mix, this is another melodic rock winner that marries power and finesse perfectly. The cover of Dance of the Devil was a welcome addition that wmade me smile

From: ROB GARCIA Date: May 5, 2004 at 14:46
i'm afraid i dont agree with you this time rockhead.i was quite dissapointed with this album...i don't know! maybe i was expecting a silver dream machine part 2 but unfortunately this album lacks the quality and the punch of both previous releases.obviously there are some good trucks in here but if you play them back to back to the ones on silvers debut they just dont impress as much.sorry but i won't give them credit this time.

From: Rockhead Date: May 5, 2004 at 15:22
Hey Rob and I thought we were seperated at birth (LOL). This one is not as instant but it is a grower. But I agree-the weakest of the 3 but I still like it

From: AOR freaky Date: May 6, 2004 at 3:56
What people may think : this is still one of the better releases of these current (sad) times. Taste it !

From: Rycheage Date: July 18, 2004 at 21:20
More straight forward and less original than the preceding 2 releases. Don't let that mislead you into thinking this is not as good...It is. "How Does It Feel" and "I Don't Love You Anymore" are real good riffaramas, and "Drowning" is a great rock ballad. Standard Euro-rock and less inspiring than its predecessors. It is very solid throughout though.

From: Geoff Date: September 6, 2004 at 3:04
A little surprised by Rob's comments above. I agree it might possibly be the weakest of the 3, but they are all so close in quality it's hard to pick - like a big 3 CD collection of Silver (7th Heaven's 30 track[3 CD?] release called 'Silver' comes to mind... :}). Either way, lost what I was saying but this is another great CD and if you like the first two, I think (the majority) will like this too. Great CDs. 'I don't love you anymore' reminds me of my fave off the last CD. Cool track.

From: kinghanuk Date: November 28, 2017 at 16:52
Another strong release from Silver. The album is still stunning despite there were several changes in personel. Excellent atmospheric melodic hard rock album that sounds like no one else.


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