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Artist: AOR

Title: Next Stop L.A.

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Category: Westcoast/AOR

Year: 2001

Label: Self Released

Catalog Number: AOR1

Personnel

Frederic Slama lead and rhythm guitars, keyboards
Michael Kisur lead and backing vocals
Doug St.John lead and backing vocals
Peter Hume keyboards, guitars, bass, drums
John Flukes lead and backing vocals

Tracks

1.  You're My Obsession  
2.  Just Like a Shadow  
3.  Desperate Dreams  
4.  Let Her Go  
5.  It's Just Too Easy  
6.  The Way You Love Me  
7.  Teach Me How to Love You Again  
8.  Can One of Your Kiss Do All This  
9.  On a Distant Path  
10.  The Only Thing I Ask  
11.  Leave Her to Heaven bonus track  
12.  Never Gonna Let Her Go bonus track  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Geoff Date: March 1, 2006 at 19:41
I think there was one track I liked off this, but I can't recall now. It got lost in the 11 others I despised. Some music I just don't like... then there's stuff like this where I actually get frustrated with it. I just hate this style of song writing!

From: george_the_jack Date: January 30, 2007 at 19:39
just lost my time....

From: qwest Date: November 10, 2009 at 16:32
I didn't

From: z4roxx Date: August 1, 2010 at 10:18
This is not so good.For the moment I think it's their worst album

From: gfranciscop Date: June 26, 2021 at 12:54
Another mediocre album from this project. The songwriting is still bad, sometimes it seems like just a newspaper article being sung. The sound is closer to a 90s style Lite AOR production but with less sound quality. It even has a track from the previous album as a bonus track which I find weird. Rating: 6/10. Favorite Track: Teach Me, How To Love You Again.


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