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|2.||Do You Hear The Call|
|3.||A Place For Me|
|4.||Spin The Wheel|
|5.||I Ask You|
|6.||I've Got Love|
|7.||Never Give Up|
|8.||The Last Survivor|
|9.||Children Of Yesterday|
|10.||Time Will Come|
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|From: Rycheage||Date: June 18, 2004 at 21:45|
|After repeated plays it's grown on me although it does all sound rather dated by today's standards. The interesting arrangements particularly on 'Never Give Up' and 'I Ask You' do lift it above the norm. As a whole the guitar work on this album isn't as forceful as I would have liked, though this is probably due to production constraints. The best though,in my opinion,is saved for last with 'Children Of Yesterday' and 'Time Will Come' which ensure the album at least closes on a high note.|
|From: AOR freaky||Date: September 14, 2005 at 9:35|
|Good pomp/AOR from the seventies. Dated ? Maybe for the younger kids, but not for me. This is good pomp, not top pomp. They can't reach the hights as reached by Styx, Roadmaster, Touch etc., but it's still a convincing record. A release on CD would be welcome ! Me reviewing only a handfull of CD's, Wotty ? ! Hmm. . ., most of the time it's me who comments first on a new addition !!!!! Boy, oh, boy. Why does make hate so blind ? ! And why always be so serious, folks. Ever heard of a joke ? !|
|From: Wotty||Date: September 14, 2005 at 10:37|
|Well to give a reasoned response I'll just say that I didn't claim you only reviewed a handfull of cds but you continually cite(name) just a small number of North American/Canadian bands.Hate,Ive never used that word,plus the fact if you used a small degree of objectivity in your uninformative reviews,perhaps you wouldn't get so much crap thrown at you.But then masochism takes many forms.I've heard of jokes and understand them and irony,but recent history shows you can't grasp either !!!|
|From: AOR freaky||Date: September 14, 2005 at 16:54|
|Wotty, as usual you're NOT reviewing this CD (I bet you don't even know this one !), but once again you're reviewing my intentions and personality ! Spoken of being arrogant ! Try to track down this one and review it, instead of commenting on me. Are you obsessed or what ? Same with Erik ! Poor guys ! No own identity and no personality. But, despite that : all the best !!! (no joke this time ! Ha Ha !!!)|
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