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Whose Skin Are You Under Now
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Category: AOR / Melodic Rock
Label: Escape Music
Catalog Number: ESM192
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Alistair Gordon Lead & Backing Vocals|
Imre Daun Drums, Percussion
Martin Kronlund Acoustic & Electric Guitars
Mats Olausson Keyboards
|1. ||Hand To Mouth |
|2. ||Mosquito |
|3. ||Wall Of Silence |
|4. ||Staring At The Sun |
|5. ||When The Lights Go Down |
|6. ||Somethin' Going On |
|7. ||One Day At A Time |
|8. ||Another World |
|9. ||Shotgun Love |
|10. ||Heart Of Hearts |
|11. ||Anyway The Wind Blows |
|12. ||Hide Your Love Away |
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Existing comments about this CD
|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: September 18, 2009 at 9:20|
|Loved the debut ('Tower Of Strength' was a huge tune) but hated 'Sirens' which was very very bog standard and below par songwise. This new one falls somewhere in between the 2. It starts off very nicely with 'Hand To Mouth' which is a great track, but consistency wise, this disc rises and falls at every given opportunity and I found it really quite hard to totally get into. I like Alistair Gordon's voice alot, but I still say the best thing he has done is the Bankstatement disc with Genesis' Tony Banks. Good in spots, but there is much better AOR stuff out there to get excited over than this one.
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