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Artist: The Gene Walk Group

Title: The Gene Walk Group

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Category: Melodic Hard Rock

Year: 2003

Label: Park Avenue Records

Catalog Number: None


Gene Walk Lead Vocals & Guitar
Jimmy Arcoleo Keyboards, Percussion
Johnny Ferreira Lead Guitars
K. C. Tyler Drums
Petey Schoeneberger Bass


1.  Kiss The World Goodbye  
2.  My Blue Room  
3.  Tumbleweed Junction  
4.  Painted Horse  
5.  Dream So Lonely  
6.  Sunflower  
7.  Hate To Be Alone  
8.  Goodbye  
9.  Rumblin Train  
10.  Dead Flowers    Cover: Rolling Stones
11.  Medicine Man  
12.  Yesterdaze Gone  
13.  Thirteen  

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From: glamster Date: October 29, 2004 at 6:53
In 1993 they came out with a stunning six-tracks EP: great songs in Bon Jovi style ("Slippery When Wet" era) that received great reviews. Now, ten years after, they come back with a full length album and a sound that is a more mature version of Bon Jovi's "New Jersey". A very good album, for the lovers of Bon Jovi and (bluesy) AOR.

From: Geoff Date: February 15, 2005 at 19:28
10 years ago their EP set a standard not met on this full album release. This is not bad at all, and is a nice solid collection of melodic / commercial rock, but the quality of the 6 tracks on the EP is much better than this full album of lesser tracks (bar the ones that are on both). My thoughts? Stick with the EP and pick this one up for cheap if you can.

From: tomcat Date: February 16, 2005 at 1:11
Geoff is right, the EP was very good..Especially the Rod steward tune..Lots of talent in this band, that's for sure...

From: Studboy Date: April 3, 2007 at 21:26
I think this CD is just as good as the EP. Very solid effort. They do sound a lot like Bon Jovi, perhaps that is because they are both from Jersey.

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