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Category: AOR / Hard Rock
Label: Platinum Records
Catalog Number: None
|5.||I Can't Tell You Now|
|6.||Rock & Roll (No Place To Go)|
|9.||A Girl Like You|
|10.||Sorry For Our Love|
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|From: RichB||Date: October 18, 2004 at 7:07|
|Highly recommended bombastic pomp/aor of the finest sort from Minneapolis' finest and featuring keyboard virtuoso Yanni in his pre new-age guise. It's probably the best (and certainly most overblown) of their three releases and the guitar/keyboard interplay is as good as any I've heard. However they do lose a brownie point for average production.|
|From: Harald||Date: December 9, 2004 at 16:13|
|Got my yinyl copy (including a poster) of this very rare masterpiece last week, canīt believe this isnīt better known in the AOR community. The bridge between "Secondary" and "I Remember" is an pomp orgasm you wonīt find anywhere else, played by excellent musicians who know how to handle their instruments. Hope this will see the light of day on CD as soon as possible!!! If Trillion, Everest, Robby Valentine or Spys are you faves, go out and find it at all cost......1982 was a great year for AOR!|
|From: Rafo Phoenix||Date: April 7, 2007 at 12:14|
|Very Good AOR album, con sus toques pomposos y alguna pincelada de Hard Rock en algunos pasajes este si esta cerrado a los 9 puntos porque casi todo el trabajo es bien parejo eso si un album de los primeros 80's con ese estilo y sabor asi que ya sabes en que onda esta 8.5/10|
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