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Artist: Glasgow

Title: Zero Four One

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Category: Melodic Hard Rock

Year: 1987

Label: Sonet (Japan)

Catalog Number: 32XB-321

Personnel

Michael Boyle vocals
Archie Dickson guitar
Neil Russell bass
Paul McManus drums
Don Airey keyboards
Gavin Povey keyboards

Tracks

1.  We Will Rock  
2.  Secrets In The Dark  
3.  Back On The Run  
4.  My Heart Is Running With The Night  
5.  Meet Me Halfway  
6.  Under The Lights  
7.  No More Lonely Nights  
8.  Breakout  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rycheage Date: May 16, 2004 at 20:47
Musically though, these guys drive right through the heart of melodic hard rock territory, demonstrated with a blend of power usually associated with UK bands. Musically the band were similar to Mammoth and Export,and though classy in its own right. The lead off track 'We Will Rock' is a primal anthemic track with the same sort of drive as the aforementioned Mammoth mixed in a with a dash of AC/DC. One of their older tracks 'Under The Lights' gets a rework here, sounding like early Grand Prix.

From: jessica96fish Date: July 8, 2004 at 13:19
well all i can say is.this is not that good.the singer just can't sing.simple as that.unless you have more money than sence.don't bother.

From: West Of Sunset Date: July 17, 2004 at 1:52
I have the japan version, fortunately i obtained it for a bargain price ´cause it would be a disaster if i had paid a lot of money for this one.The singer is lack of skill and sometimes he sounds annoying, the production is poor, the only songs that catch my interest are "No more lonely nights" and "Back on the run", the other songs are somewhat mediocre. Pd: I haven´t got the OBI strip of this one if someone could send me a scan by E-mail would be great!! Contact:davidgilvallejo@wanadoo.com

From: z4roxx Date: January 18, 2005 at 21:43
A bad copy of Magnum,some good song,nothin'more...6,5/10

From: rick kerch Date: January 24, 2005 at 14:24
C'omon guys,don't be so rude."Meet me halfway" is not that bad. Sure i agree that this is not a great band but is better than others that you may be praised.

From: Geoff Date: February 15, 2005 at 19:59
I thought these guys had a good reputation in the genre, but according to the above comments maybe not. I don't mind them. They're not great by any means, as stated, but there's a few pretty cool AOR / melodic rock songs here. Not essential, but not bad if a CDR ends up in your lap. Would I be foolish to say they remind me of a much lesser MTB?

From: Shogun01 Date: April 23, 2007 at 21:55
Three awsome tracks , Breakout, We Will Rock, and Under The Lights. I managed to see them live in Scotland a few years back and they were much better live. Apparently the CD was very poorly produced, as the original producer of the band was cut out of the deal with Sonet Records. Since then, I have managed to get hold of 18/20 unreleased tracks and they are 10 x better than the album and very AOR in places, its hard to beleive that its the same band. Buy the rare Japanese CD, its better quality.

From: juan carlos Date: July 15, 2007 at 13:36
Cierto es que el Voceras no de la talla y que la producción sea un tanto pobre pero hay temas de AOR muy buenos y de mucha calidad. "Secrets In The Dark" Tremendo AOR mi favorita no puede pasar desapercibido, así como "Back On The Run" teclados bien puestos y un buen solo que tiene su magia, "Meet Me Halfway" muy buen MHR temazo! y "My Heart Is Running With The Night" los mejores en ese orden. La Hímnica "We Will Rock" inicia bien el disco. Pudo ser un clásico pero.. 8/10

From: peegee Date: August 24, 2007 at 7:54
japanese version has 8 tracks,uk version has 9 tracks...MIDNIGHT PROMISES is missing from the japanese sonet release.

From: shoemaker Date: March 12, 2008 at 9:13
Not brilliant, but enjoyable hardrock.

From: West Of Sunset Date: August 21, 2009 at 18:20
Lo compre hara cosa de 10 años en edicion japonesa sin OBI, no me costo mucho dinero (creo que unos 25 euros) para lo que vale ahora la edicion japo, no me sorprendio mucho, es mas me decepcionó, pero tiene algun tema bueno como No More Lonely nights y Meet Me Halfway.La produccion es regular y el cantante esta algo limitado, pero mirandolo por otra parte es un documento interesante de poseer, gusta ponerlo de vez en cuando nada mas.

From: West Of Sunset Date: August 21, 2009 at 18:21
No me di cuenta que comente este disco en el 2004!!!!! buff como pasa el tiempo!!!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: April 21, 2011 at 12:17
Wow undusted my vinyl(by the way it is a promotional edition before it came out at records stores,so it makes it quite a collector's item )and let me tell you,these guys deserved a lot more than the little recognition they got back in the day..."We Will Rock","Secrets In The Dark","Meet Me Halfway" are killer tracks but add 2 that the likes of "My Heart Is Running With The Night" & "No More Lonely Nights"....powerful & solid vocals by Michael Boyle plus the contribution of Don Airey(Ozzy Osbourne,Rainbow) on keyboards...by the way Paul McManus is related with the boys of Mama's Boys(the band)they are relatives(the McManus brothers)...recommended album...94/100


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