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Artist: Nova Rex

Title: Blow Me Away

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1992

Label: Indie

Catalog Number: C-2000

Personnel

Kenny Wilkerson bass guitar
Abbie Stancato lead vocals
J.P. Cervoni lead and rhythm guitars
Tim Berry drums

Tracks

1.  Bitch  
2.  Think Of Me  
3.  Children Of The Night  
4.  Can't Find Love  
5.  Alone Tonight  
6.  Black And Blues  
7.  Blow Me Away  

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From: koogles Date: July 22, 2005 at 16:43
Great CD, especially once you get into the middle of it. After the so-so first 2 tracks, I had no idea the surprise that was in store for me: 3 AOR winners in a row! This triple crown starts with the keyboard-powered "Children of the Night", then the Dakota-ish "Can't Find Love" with the satisfying "Alone Tonight" giving you the hat trick. "Alone Tonight" sounds A LOT like The Storm or Two Fires. The 2 tracks before and after prove inconsequential: the action's at this indie gem's sweet center.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: August 19, 2006 at 12:27
Yep i agree totally with Koogles, un album con 3 Joyas flanqueado de 4 cortes que opacan en algo este buen material Children Of The Night, Can't Find Love, Alone Tonight 3 temazos de puro AOR son de esos temas que ala primera escucha te hacen adicto a ellos los otros cortes son mas de Hard y Sleazy Rock pero carente de gusto pero por esos 3 mencionados vale la pena tenerlo y solo 1 de ellos vuelve a repetir en su siguiemte trabajo 8/10 pero seņores que 3 temas de pura Magia.

From: kipvanpearcy Date: April 20, 2008 at 11:50
Koogles said it all, last 3 track are great AOR. Just wanted to add that this 1st CD has nothing "sleazy" about it so sleaze rock fans, this isn't for you.

From: Nelson Date: June 9, 2011 at 15:39
I have to agree with koogles about the 3 middle songs on this one. Especially Alone Tonight. That is one good AOR song. But I think Think of Me is not a total waste of time unlike the first, sixth and seventh. The sixth is an acoustic ballad. Started off with a very promising acoustic solo but it turned out to be an emotionless song. Can be put alongside the best Scandi bands out there (though this is American).


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