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Artist: Michael Bormann

Title: D-i-f-f-e-r-e-n-t

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Category: Melodic Rock

Year: 2010

Label: AOR Heaven

Catalog Number: AORH00049

Personnel

Michael Bormann vocals, guitar, bass, guitar, keyboards, drums

Andreas Rippelmeier
Chris Ivo
Eric Ragno
Lanvall
Marco Grasshoff

Tracks

1.  Life Is a Miracle  
2.  To the Top  
3.  Think Twice  
4.  Somebody  
5.  Mr. Rock 'N' Roll  
6.  My Favorite Time  
7.  Breathless  
8.  Don't You Tell Me  
9.  Wouldn't Let You Down  
10.  Who Really Wants To Get Older  
11.  No Way Out - It Hurts  
12.  Was Mir Fehlt  

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From: MetalllianStallion Date: January 9, 2011 at 5:53
What we have here with 'Different' is Bormann attempting to be a 'jack of all trades' cross over artist with mixed results. Like his last release 'Capture the Moment' the ballads are the standouts to my ears, with 'Think Twice' reminding me of 'Going Going Gone. Tracks with a little punch 'Life is a Miracle' are few and far between. The man still has some of the best pipes around as I have gave this disc repeated spins since it's release a couple months ago. The bottom line is that it's good for what it is, but not what I'm looking for. Will there be a day when Bormann reunites with his vintage Jaded Heart group/sound, or how about Charade III teaming forces once again with Angel Schleifer? A man can dream.

From: hair metal again Date: March 16, 2011 at 8:09
i agree with MetallianStallion ,this one is good but not as expected from mr Bormann.i mean that he has offered us in the past amazing releases and songs that unfortunately there arent here.on the other side you got a release with many different songs and some great melodies as "think twice","no way out -it hurts" and "who wants to get older".i think its a good release but nothin spectacular


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