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Artist: Sacred Reign

Title: Looking For Love

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1993

Label: Fraternity Records

Catalog Number: CD 0001-SR

Personnel

Mark Hull Vocals
Tony Kaltenbach Guitar, Keyboards
Don Bay Guitar
Mike Arledge Bass Guitar
Chad Morris Drums

Tracks

1.  Strength In Yourself  
2.  Arms Open Wide  
3.  Walking Alone In Moonlight  
4.  Looking For Love  
5.  In My Mind  
6.  Someday  
7.  Memory Lane  
8.  Friend Of Mine  
9.  Broken Man  
10.  Shadow Of The Son  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Date: November 29, 2004 at 5:00
Hi there I'm really interested in this album. Especially mp3:s. If anyone have the mp3:s of this album please let me know. I have tones of rare mp3:s if you want to trade. my email is: ali@pimpinc.se

From: Chipper Date: January 23, 2005 at 20:07
Very insightful lyrics. Great Guitar work! I would like to hear more from the band soon. If anyone has any information please e mail Babs9527@aol.com

From: Gabe Date: January 24, 2005 at 0:16
More about the band will be coming soon. I've been talking to the band members, and I'm going to set up a website for them. Since I was their former mgr and I'm still close friends with all of them, expect the site to be up within the next few months. The Url will be www.sacredreign.com. More info will be posted at a later date. Stay tuned!

From: rocky Date: January 24, 2005 at 1:26
please hook me up with a cd, please e mail me melodicrock@bigpond.com I spoke to the bass player over the ph and for a cd and I'm still waiting

From: Gabe Date: January 24, 2005 at 2:35
Once the site is up and running, you will be able to purchase a CD from the site. Mike couldn't get access to the CDs since all of Sacred Reign's material is stored away in Chillicothe, OH. Mike now lives in Las Vegas, NV. The Band broke up in 1994 and when that happened, most of their unsold merchandise was boxed up and stored. We will be selling the rest of that merchandise on the site and once it's all sold, that's it.

From: Drummer Boy Date: February 5, 2005 at 12:23
I can't believe that there is still an interest in the material after all these years. Perhaps that's a testimony to the incredible songwriting of Mark and the collaboration of the band. Making the record was one of the best times of my life. I hope all of you check out the soon-to-be website and enjoy our music. Who knows, you may see us on stage sometime.

From: zinatra99gt Date: February 18, 2005 at 18:07
Now this is a cd I have been wondering about. I have had this on my want list for a long time. When I first saw this group on here, I was thinking it was the thrash group. And I was like...what the hell was this doing on here? Then I saw the cd cover, and I knew I was wrong. This look like a great cd. Like it could be kinda like Lillian Axe (another fave of mine)If anyone has it on cdr that be willing to trade or sell, then let me know. I'd have to be a gigalo to afford the real deal.

From: Gabe Date: February 22, 2005 at 1:09
Prices for the T-Shirts, CDs (Looking for Love), Tapes (Winter Solstice) and Pictures are still pending. But I can assure you the CD will not be $203.50 or any of the other merchandise. Very tempting but not even close.

From: Gabe Date: February 22, 2005 at 1:16
I mentioned earlier that the site will be up in a few months. It will probably be a bit longer than that. Since I'm still receiving content from the band members (vid/aud tapes, pics, newspaper articles), it will take awhile for me to process them all digitally and to catalog. Tony is helping by transferring the video & audio to a digital format because he has the equipment that I do not and he knows how to operate it. My job is to design the site and the layout.

From: Gabe Date: February 22, 2005 at 1:20
The other thing we have to do is to make sure all of the content (Lyrics, music, photos and original graphics) is all trademarked and protected by law. This will all take time and I'm not sure when the site will be launched. But I can assure you, the site will be launched.

From: tonykaltenbach Date: July 6, 2005 at 12:12
It's great to see all of the hard work we did finally paid off. I am glad people are enjoying our music. We had a great time writing and playing music together. The songs on this cd are short because we were trying to get them on the radio and at that time the shorter the better for new bands. All of the songs on the disk except for 'Shadow of the Son' and 'Broken Man' have a second or third verse, or a guitar solo cut out or shortened. Anyway thanks for the good coments.

From: tonykaltenbach Date: July 6, 2005 at 12:17
I am hoping to write a song and send it to each of the band members for added track re-writes and all of that, hoping to just have some fun. We all have are own home studios, I happen to have a large one for Chad to add drums. I hope it can be done. Hope you hear from us in the future, who knows.

From: swriter Date: August 28, 2005 at 17:01
heard some samples on this, very cool melodic rock/aor, is this one avaiable????

From: GriffsMom03 Date: May 23, 2006 at 11:57
I cannot believe this is out here!!! Talk about a blast from the past and 'Memory Lane'. I have so many good memories from the times this music was being written, played and produced. Sacred Reign definitely should've gotten their dues over the years. They are/were better than the bands heard on the radio these days!!!!

From: juan carlos Date: November 5, 2008 at 0:46
Excellent Melodic HRock/AOR with no fillers. Great solos and riffs, good vocal performance.. Really catchy tunes. 'Strength In Yourself' probably would be my fav but the whole album is very enjoyable. 'Arms Open Wide' 'Friend Of Mine' and 'In My Mind' are Great too. 'Walking Alone In Moonlight' and 'Broken Man' are beautifull acoustic ballads. Well-Done guys and i want this one in Original CD. 8.8/10

From: rick kerch vzla Date: May 17, 2011 at 22:47
In agreement with the songs...good & decent Melodic Hard Rock/AOR ones...but not too satisfied with the vocal job of Mark Hull...he can sound a bit out of tune here and there but still acceptable somehow..."Strenght In Yourself"(nice starter,AOR),"Arms Open Wide"(rocks!),"In My Mind"(fantastic AOR,one of the best songs IMHO),"Someday"(goodie),"Memory Lane"(another great track),"Friend Of Mine"(this is the other best one of the album) & "Broken Man"(beautiful)...85/100


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