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Artist: Sayit

Title: Louder

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Category: AOR

Year: 2003

Label: MTM

Catalog Number: 0681-85

Personnel

Sayit Rhythm & Lead Guitars
Tommy Denander Keyboards, Loops & Additional Guitars
Geir Ronning Lead & Backing Vocals
Ulf "Ken" Sandin Bass
Tony Franklin Bass
Erik Somphan Drums

Tracks

1.  Stand Up     Listen
2.  The Queen     Listen
3.  That Ain't Me     Listen
4.  A Love I Can't Handle     Listen
5.  Come Please Me, Completely     Listen
6.  I Am King     Listen
7.  Longing For Someone To Hold     Listen
8.  John Doe     Listen
9.  Love Without Reason     Listen
10.  My Lovely Heart     Listen
11.  I May Be Hurt, But I'm Free     Listen
12.  Waiting For My Love     Listen

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Swazi Date: February 9, 2006 at 11:28
Melodic Rock fans should be quite pleased with this release. Most songs were again written by Tommy Denander, who is also responsible for the great and tight production. No fillers, only midtempo songs with power and impressive guitarwork, which sometimes has a cool and relaxed touch and then again a healthy portion of agressivity. Great and highly recommended !

From: PODEROSO YIRO Date: May 10, 2008 at 19:52
I really disagree. A decent album, and i think i´m being so generous with this record. Musicianship is good, there´s no big complains about it, but i think the songs totally lack of efectivity, there´s no song here worth to be reminded IMHO... But you know, if you like those Tommy Denander kind of albums and production(production is not bad at all by the way), so there you have it.

From: Photochromic Steve Date: November 5, 2008 at 16:45
Don't say that the album title didn't warn you - this is much louder than the 2 previous Sayit albums, and a lot worse for that. I liked "Sayit" and "Sayit - Again" but there's only one track ("Longing for someone to hold") that I'd like to hear again. Much heavier and less melodic than his earlier work - not my cup of tea at all.


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