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Artist: Safe Haven

Title: Safe Haven

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Safe Haven Safe Haven Album Cover


Category: AOR/Melodic Hard Rock

Year: 2004

Label: MTM Music (Germany)

Catalog Number: 0681-112


Michael Vescera Vocals
Eric Riordan Guitar
Chris Mccarvil Bass
Mike Mongillo Keyboards
Phil Suarez Drums


1.  Do You Remember Me  4:17   Listen
2.  In Your Heart  5:03   Listen
3.  It Could Happen To You  4:03   Listen
4.  Sorry Baby  5:11   Listen
5.  Nothin' Like This Feeling  5:18   Listen
6.  Fly Me Away  4:43   Listen
7.  Have Faith, Believe  3:29   Listen
8.  Now That Your Gone  5:59   Listen
9.  You're Movin' On  5:00   Listen
10.  Need A Change  2:31   Listen
11.  I Forget The Words  3:26   Listen
Total Running Time:  49:00

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Existing comments about this CD

From: MelodicMan Date: November 2, 2004 at 19:23
This album could be very good with a good AOR singer, but not with Mike Vescera. I really think hes a good singer, but hes out of area here. Very melodic friendly release, with decent songs and good production, but MV is a Heavy Metal singer, and something seems not work here, at least IMO. Better luck next time Mike...

From: auston richards Date: November 3, 2004 at 20:05
can't stop listening to this cd! something about it really calls to me and the words are written in a way that whatever kind of music you like, you will find something on this cd you love and can relate to. who is this guitar wizard anyway? seems like the notes are just what the songs needed. great ear for melodic style. cannot wait to hear the next cd and just got this one. auston richards

From: Rik Date: November 30, 2004 at 16:56
Both previous are spot in IMO. Very nice release indeed. Surprisingly good maybe ? And yeah at some moments the singer doesnot seem quite at his place with these melodic songs. But overall a good performance. Nice production. Catchy, hard at times but always melodic rock songs. Yep i am looking forward to a second release myself also. erikhardam@hetnet.nl

From: THE STORM Date: December 9, 2004 at 11:26
This guy can't sing AOR!!!

From: Jayglam Date: January 23, 2005 at 4:57
Just got this back, I bought this because of Mike vescara from Obsession and Loudness. I rate him one to the top metal hard rock songs and pulls of this style of music as well. These just keeps getting better every Listen, favourite tracks are do you remember me, nothing Like this feeling, fly me away. I disagree with the comment above, Mike can sing Aor, metal, rock, glam, whatever he wants he is the voice.

From: Swriter Date: March 26, 2005 at 18:05
hmmm, my verdict is not in yet on this one, not a bad disk, but does not hit me yet, very good sounding and produced and good songs, just no knock outs for me, I will keep listening!!!

From: oliver Date: March 27, 2005 at 10:05
imo very average melodic release. listened to it only once, now my copy is listed on ebay for cheap. 5/10

From: nevio Date: April 11, 2005 at 10:58
a good melodic hard rock album ; nothing less , nothing more

From: Heavy.AOR Date: October 31, 2006 at 10:23
BRILLIANT 10/10.Vescera very similar Jeff Scott Soto voice brilliant MHR/AOR.

From: juan carlos Date: March 5, 2008 at 0:12
Yep, Good Melodic Rock/AOR, Mike Vescera from Obsession singing Melodic Rock/AOR? mmm well done for me, i prefer MV singing Metal but here he does a good job here(by moments he reminds me of Tony Mills and Rob Moratti). Very melodic album and really good harmonies. My favs? "In Your Heart" "Have Faith, Believe" "It Could Happen To You" and "I Forget The Words"(Beautiful Instrumental). BTW, Production is just ok. 8/10

From: CLUTCH Date: November 19, 2008 at 20:47
I'm going with Heavy.AOR here. Maybe not a 10 in my book, but this is a great cd. I like the guys that can belt it out and Mike can truly belt it. Not pure AOR, but very melodic and catchy. This one gets repeated spins in my player. Excellent.

From: Ydol eM Date: February 6, 2014 at 14:20
I agree with Jayglam's comment about Michael Vescera's abilities to perform such hard aor rock record very well and the songs he picked out. IMO the problem of this album is that the most of songs (#3,4 or the whole last third of the album...) are pretty average and just therefore MV seems to be not the right man for this kind of music. The whole album reminds me Biloxi the most and I'd rank MV somewhere between J.S. Soto and J. Gioeli. 75/100.

From: 123charpenay Date: March 24, 2017 at 17:04
very mediocre realise.this record is a pity cause the songs are bad and the voice of the singer is unbearable.how a producer,how a label could put one cent on a shit like this?for me it s a mystery.this kind of poor record is not a good advertising for our lovely music.

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