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Category: Melodic Rock
Label: Attic Records (Cabada)
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Phil Naro vocals|
Warren Barbour guitars
Ray Lessard bass, synthesizers
John Livingston drums
|1. ||X-Rated Dream |
|2. ||One Night Love Affair |
|3. ||Sea of Flames |
|4. ||Baby Let Me Go All Night |
|5. ||You've Got the Cure |
|6. ||I'd Rather Be a Bore |
|7. ||Looks Like I'm in Love |
|8. ||Keep Our Love Alive |
|9. ||You Have Gone Too Far |
|10. ||You Can't Gimme Money |
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: AOR freaky
||Date: May 28, 2004 at 8:31|
|Special record ! You have to listen to it, to understand what I mean. It's difficult to give a typical style for this one ! Not bad, but nothing special to !
||Date: May 28, 2004 at 22:24|
|Chain Reaction come off sounding like a commercial sounding version of fellow Canadians Helix, or a poor mans New England, with their brand of good time party rock. They do have a tendency to move their rhythm section into a heavy pop mode rather than a true AOR/melodic rock direction. Most of the songs though are an interesting assortment, listenable but hardly memorable.
|From: Rafo Phoenix
||Date: June 28, 2010 at 12:14|
|Good Melodic Rock/AOR 80/100.
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