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Walking Through Walls

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Category: hi-Tech AOR

Year: 1987

Label: Parallel One/Escape Music (UK)

Catalog Number: ESM093

Average Rating: 76 / 100 (14 ratings)

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Personnel
David Sinclair Vocals, Guitars
Bob Buckley Keyboards, Sax
Brian Newcombe Bass
Jerry Adolphe Drums
Marc Lafrance Backing Vocals
Brent Wade Backing Vocals
Joani Bye Backing Vocals
Nancy Nash Backing Vocals
Sean Hosein Backing Vocals
Joani Taylor Backing Vocals
Tracks
1.  Strangers In Love  
2.  Liberty  
3.  It Must Be Magic  
4.  Lines Are Breaking Down  
5.  Out Of The Blue  
6.  Ordinary Madness  
7.  I Don't Know Why  
8.  Possessed  
9.  Wafer Thin/Emotional Shock  
10.  Fire And Ice  
11.  I Think I'm Falling Bonus Track  
12.  Nobody Touches Me Like You Bonus Track  
13.  After The Storm Bonus Track  
14.  Zero Gee Bonus Track  
15.  The Things You Didn't Do Bonus Track  

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From: AOR freaky Date: July 22, 2004 at 6:01
Good hi-tech AOR, but I prefer the pure, classic AOR sound. But for lovers of this kind of AOR, it's a nice one.

From: rocky Date: August 8, 2004 at 2:43
absolutely worth having, also check out their first one. even if that one sounds a little more like synth-pop, it has some great songs on it..."it`s gonna hurt, two worlds, do you think they can tell" just to mention a few.there are also 5 bonus tracks on that cd....

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From: Jez Date: April 5, 2005 at 9:46
If the Hi-tech stuff is your thing, then this is another worthy addition to the old collection, although it may be a little too 80's for some. The bonus tracks on this are really good aswell 'Zero Gee' especially.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: April 24, 2005 at 21:24
Good Hi-Tech/AOR album, creo que aca me corto ya se me estan acabando los cigarros y estoy con algo de sueño jeje, un album con 17 temas se espera que tenga una buena cantidad de buenos cortes al menos la mitad y este lo cumple, lo unico que no me gusta es en los temas que le meten saxo como que no combina mucho con el AOR Liberty, Lines Are Breaking, I Don't Know Why, Ordinary Madness, After The Storm, Zero Gee lo mejor del disco. saludos boys.

From: newscandi Date: October 14, 2006 at 14:47
I got this one some days ago together with the "s/t" re-release, while this one is the better album with AOR in perfection (supdued, atmospheric, key tasting & nonchalant) if you like it also a bit high-tech sounding. The best one from the "s/t" version actually is one bonus track called "Don't look back" whereas a stand out here is "Nobody touches me like you" (indeed another bonus track ). 8,9/10 from me!

From: newscandi Date: October 25, 2006 at 14:08
..."The things you didn't do" reminds me on E.L.O.'s "Time" album. It's a different track with the dramatical 70s sound. After I got that impression I immitiately listened to "Time" and I underline what I've just said

From: Hardwimp Date: March 24, 2009 at 8:16
Poor rating overall which is a real shame. This is Hi-Tech, and it is poppy and should be rated by folks who like aor. These guys had huge chart appeal, and its shame this was never fully realized. Sinclair and Buckley were ex Straight Lines. Oh yeah...they also have a self-titled album and an ep (1984/85), both reissued on the one disc, in 2004 by Canadian label Unidisc

From: rick kerch vzla Date: April 21, 2010 at 20:40
Ok guys here we have an album that consist of Pop/Hi-Tech some New Wave groove to it and little AOR to be honest..this album could be a party animal in graduation ceremony but kinda typical stuff that you could listen at any american radio station for popsters and very open minded AORsters...ok,the songs.."Strangers In Love" cool track then "Liberty"&"It Must Be Magic" with that typical 80's sound,like movie tracks,"Lines Are Breaking Down" is one of my faves along with "Out Of The Blue" this one with a kinda Think Out Loud(band) feel,"Ordinary Madness" is another highlight,"I Don't Know Why" is an excellent song with a smooth rhythm,"Wafer Thing/Emotional Shock" ala Pseudo Echo,"Fire And Ice" cool song...enjoyable album for people who like to dance or having at least their feet stompin' on the ground..Wang Chung,One 2 One,Inxs,Pseudo Echo and Roxette are similar to this.86/100

From: BDrums1971 Date: March 10, 2011 at 8:24
Ok, I have had this for a while and really don't think I am going to keep it. I LOVE hi tech aor, but this is just not up to my standards. For one thing, the vocals are not really great. Good, not great. For another, the songs just don't stick with me. For quality hi-tech get Mr Mister - Welcome To The Real World. Or Saga - Wildest Dreams or Bourgeious Tagg or Level 42 or Stabalizers.

From: BDrums1971 Date: March 10, 2011 at 8:52
or Nik Kershaw or The Cutting Crew......

From: 123charpenay Date: April 5, 2013 at 10:02
poor hi tech aor with many pop and new wawe influence.not my stuff.a very rare record nevertheless.


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