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||Date: April 5, 2005 at 7:31|
|I thought I'd found a golden nugget when I picked this one up for $2. I sold it on ebay a week later for about $10 so it was a good enough profit, but I expected much better. This CD has a good all-star cast, and I'm a fan of a few guys here, but it's really a pretty useless disc. Very average hard rock, no fire or spirit in the songs and it actually reminds me a little of an even less inspired Contraband. 'Just a wish' is the clear highlight and sounds much better at home on the 21 Guns debut.
||Date: April 6, 2005 at 9:33|
|I found this release to be quite enjoyable, great songs and vocals and top notch production. Rikki Don't Lose That Number is way better than the original by Steely Dan. With an all star cast this Cd delivers!!! 10/10
||Date: April 7, 2005 at 9:53|
|i agree with the first one above, this is a good record but the first one was a jewel....."stairway to heaven" was much better on "division one", although there are a couple of good tunes here too..."she`s back", "full moon" and "just a wish" just to mention a few.
||Date: April 10, 2005 at 7:12|
|This project was created by Frank Farian. This is the producer that also created Boney M (and ripped them off). First four tracks are good Toto-ish Aor. After that it all turns to poppy. Even the 21 guns-tracks are turned into popsongs. 6/10
||Date: February 20, 2007 at 14:27|
|NO HE ESCUCHADO EL PRIMERO, PERO ESTE ES GENIAL. QUE MUSICAZOS POR TODAS PARTES. LA MAYORIA DE LOS TEMAS LOS CANTA EL GRAN ROBIN MCAULEY CREO QUE SON 5. PERO ESO SI SON LAR MEJORES DEL DISCO ENTRE LAS DE ROBIN ESTAN LAS BALADAS SOLITUDE Y FULL MOON. JUST A WISH DE AQUEL GENIAL DISCO DE LOS 21 GUNS. POR OTRA PARTE OTRO GRANDE EN LAS VOCALES MR. BOBBY KIMBALL LA ABRIDORA RAINY DAYS GRANDIOSA. SHE'S BACK AGAIN MAS EN ONDA TOTO. OTRA GRANDE YOU CHANGE MY LIFE. EN FIN 9.5/10. LARGA VIDA EL HARD-AOR.
|From: YIRO SEVENTH
||Date: June 23, 2007 at 13:03|
|MUY BUEN DISCO DE AOR WESTCOAST!! Claro que si. No es una Joya, pero si muy buen disco. Aqui tenemos un gran elenco de musicos y magnficas vocalizaciones de Robin McCauley y Bobby Kimball. Los temas son muy elaborados (a lo mejor, demasiado). Destacan: "Rainy Days" por su elaboración, aunque tampoco la considero un temazo; "She´s Back Again"... aqui si se lucieron, con un gran tema a lo TOTO; "You Never Have To Say You Love Me" y el baladón "You Change My Life"...BUEN DISCO
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