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Artist: Hess

Title: Just Another Day

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Hess Just Another Day Album Cover


Category: Melodic Rock/Pop

Year: 2003

Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)

Catalog Number: FRCD144


Harry Hess Vocals, Bass, Keyboards, Guitar
Pete Lesperance Guitar
Mike Borkoski Guitar\Mike Turner Guitar
Justin Abiden Guitar
Gavin Brown Drums
Darren Smith Drums, Backing Vocals
Creighton Doane Drums
Eric Martin Backing Vocals
Smash Hitley Keyboards
Woody Bass


1.  Look Right Through Me  
2.  Wasted Away  
3.  Everybody  
4.  Just Another Day  
5.  Two Ways  
6.  The Deep End  
7.  Undone  
8.  Why  
9.  Miles Away  
10.  Sentimental Blvd  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: TIM (2) Date: July 12, 2004 at 6:54
If you loved the last H.S album "Higher" then you need this. It's very similar styled pop/rock, as is Pete Lesperance's "Down In It" solo album. I can't deny I wouldn't rather play the first 2 H.Scarem albums to this, but it's still has some great moments like opener "Look Right Through Me" and the re-work of "Sentimental Blvrd" (which Hess didn't sing originally). The latter does sound a bit out of place on here though, and his vocals grate a touch on some of this material, but essential for la

From: TIM (2) Date: July 12, 2004 at 6:55
latter-day H.S fans, and better than Lesperance's latest (Jap only) solo album. 7/10.

From: beto Date: July 12, 2004 at 21:49
solo escuhe algunas canciones por internet y me parecio un poco soso pero no seria justo dar una critica asi aunque el regalito final es excelente. Pero el que me sorprendio es el trabajo solista de Pete con buenas armonias y buenas canciones,no se luce como guitarra a lo mood swing pero facilmente podria sonar en la radio.Eso si tienen toques un poco modernos en algunas canciones pero no tanto como Harem scarem ultimo

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From: Jez Date: February 6, 2005 at 8:36
Solid solo album from Harem Scarem's excellent Harry Hess. As TIM states, similar to the last couple of HS releases in style, so for fans of those this is recommended. I still prefer him on the awesome HS debut though!!!

From: Geoff Date: February 12, 2005 at 20:08
A few average tracks but I'll be damned if there are not some of the finest melodic rock tracks of 2003 on this CD! 'Look right through me' is commercial rock heaven, 'Wasted away' is a highlight, 'Just another day' is a magnificent, hook laden masterpeice, and 'Miles away' was indeed in my top 5 songs of 2003. An unbelievable song. Obviously 'Sentimental Blvd' is great too. 5/10 tracks are simply stunning and the rest are pretty decent too (except 'Everybody'). Great CD.

From: z4roxx Date: February 28, 2005 at 18:05
I like a lot this cd because I consider Harem Scarem one of my fave(and one of the best)aor bands as ever.This cd is quite in a modern melodick style but melodies are always great in the way I love it(last 2 Harem Scarem cd's).Tracks 1,3 and 9 are the killer here,IMO.The rest is anyway great stuff and Hess is a great singer.8/10.

From: jrscan77 Date: October 7, 2005 at 20:28
Muy buen disco, aunque con toques mas actuales pero no le quita merito al trabajo de Hess, en peculiar Sentimental Blvd q nos hace recordar a los buenos tiempos de la banda, 7/10...

From: Lennie Date: January 5, 2006 at 8:09
Agree that this is a strong album. Softer in the main part than most HS material but still a good listen. Highlights are 1,2,8 (catchy as hell) and 9. By the way, Hess's version of Sentimental B is so much better than the MS version it is almost embarrassing! Worth picking up for that re-worked song alone! This album however is not as good as Pete's solo effort IMHO.

From: juan carlos Date: May 29, 2006 at 17:56
siendo rígido diría que me gustan solo "look right through me" y "sentimental Blvd" pero las demas estan casi a la par pero no son clásicas. Son todos buenos temas algunos mejores que otros y con toques modernos mínimos, asi que por eso esta bien el disco. Todos con solos buenos y ni que decir de la producción, no me puedo quejar. Temas aceptables y escuchables para mis oidos. 8/10

From: juan carlos Date: May 22, 2007 at 16:32
"Uphill Climb" es el tema bonus, no está mal, a la altura de los demás, típico tema solista semi-acústico.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: January 22, 2013 at 14:24
Alternative Pop/Rock release by the Harem Scarem mainman...not a very solid album in my book to be honest,shamely...the best shot for me is the one that closes the album called "Sentimental Blvd" as it keeps some essence of Hess' mother band...some other reasonable moments are the mid tempos of "Wasted Away","Just Another Day","Two Ways" & "Miles Away"...an album that will fit into fans of The Rembrandts,7th Heaven or Waltham to mention some...70/100

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