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Artist: Edge Of Forever

Title: Let the Demon Rock 'N Roll

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2005

Label: MTM

Catalog Number: 0681-132

Personnel

Bob Harris vocals
Matteo Carnio guitars
Alessandro Del Vecchio keyboards
Christian Grillo bass
Francesco Jovino drums

Tracks

1.  The Machine  
2.  Shade of November  
3.  One Last Surrender  
4.  Crime of Passion  
5.  Let the Demon Rock 'N' Roll  
6.  A Deep Emotion  
7.  Feel Like Burning  
8.  Mouth of Madness  
9.  In My Eyes  
10.  Edge of Forever  

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From: Jez Date: June 20, 2005 at 3:38
I liked the debut 'Feeding The Fire' quite alot, so was looking forward to hearing this. Boy is this better than the debut with less of the Neo-classical feel and more of a Pompy edge to the sound- think Axe meets Harlan Cage and you won't go far wrong. The songs are also a whole lot stronger than the debut and all this is rounded off with a top production job fronm Axe man Bobby Barth. Highly Recommended.

From: AOR freaky Date: July 21, 2005 at 4:04
I fully agree with Jez ! This is excellent hard rock, the kind we don't hear that much these days ! Well, these guys deliver it with CLASS ! SUPERB hardrock record and as good as the debut ! Once again : VERY RECOMMENDED !

From: Geoff Date: March 9, 2006 at 20:04
Hmmm, I can't share the enthusiasm expressed by the gentleman and the thing () above. Sorry Freaky, shouldn't heckle you in your absence... but yeah, I wasn't into this one at all. I didn't really see the change from the debut, seemed to be pretty much on the same track and again I thought it was average hard rock without a single stand-out song, IMO. Very disappointed with these 2 albums as I expected quite a lot.

From: 7Sinner Date: August 11, 2006 at 14:39
Sorry you can't get into these 2 releases Geoff as I believe they are two of the best hard rock releases I've ever heard. While my little music collection (3000+) doesn't compare to some here, it contains a hell of a lot of hard rock so I believe I have a basis for my opinion....8-)


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