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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: March 1, 2006 at 19:39|
|It's unfair for me to comment on stuff like this, because I think this is so far removed from the melodic hard rock I actually enjoy that it's not worth my time to listen to it. But I like to keep up to date with what's going on in "AOR". Unfortunately, if this is what "real" AOR is about I think I can do without it. I hate the song-writing, hate the hooks... just everything about it. Weak as piss too. Sorry, IMO this is the best of their collection, has a few good songs, but overall not for me.
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||Date: March 2, 2006 at 13:33|
|The best AOR release to date probably due to Tommy D's massive influence. Very unfair comments above I would say, as this is a very solid Westcoast/Aor release. If you like the Radioactive releases, then this one will be right up your alley. Whilst not quite as good as those ('Taken' Especially) it ain't far off quality wise either. If you don't like Westcoast/Tommy D's stuff (which I know you don't Geoff) then you aren't going to like this either - simple really. For me - a quality album!!
|From: juan carlos
||Date: February 12, 2007 at 22:44|
|Buen disco de Westcoast/AOR donde se nota claramente la mano de Mr. Denander en la producción. Es para escucharlo varias veces, en sí es bueno pero creo que Frederic Slama lo haría mejor solo con los temas mas "tranquilos". Nombres de respeto aquí, yo prefiero los temas mas tranquilos es por eso que mis favoritas son "The House of Love"(bonus) "L.A. Winds" "Give a Little Love" y la bella instrumental "Lost in your Eyes", "Like an Open Book" tambien buena y mas por la voz de Bardowell. 8/10
||Date: August 1, 2007 at 17:14|
|Coma inducing, boring piece of crap. There's not one song I like on the whole CD, and I'm usually pretty keen on AOR.
||Date: October 1, 2007 at 23:54|
|Esto es a lo que yo llamo elegancia Absoluta y vaya que con cortes de Westcoast/AOR me encanta el albun es sencillamente brillante y mi tema Favorito "I Won't Give up on You" y que decir "L.A. winds" con un inicio inpactante pero como que luego pierde el encanto pero es muy bueno realemente todos los temas son buenos elegantes..
||Date: April 20, 2009 at 15:29|
|Dont have this one but do have the 2008 LA Project 2 album. Which has two killer AOR rock gems. Where to Touch you and One more Night. The rest is 2 poppy and light for my liking.
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