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Artist: Alias

Title: Never Say Never

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Alias Never Say Never Album Cover


Category: AOR / Melodic Rock

Year: 2009

Label: EMI Music

Catalog Number: 5-0999-2-36941-2-5


Freddy Curci Vocals
Steve DeMarchi Guitars
Marco Mendoza Bass
Robert O’Hearn Keyboards
Dennis DeMarchi Keyboards
Larry Aberman Drums


1.  Woman Enough     Listen
2.  XTCOI     Listen
3.  How Much Longer Is Forever     Listen
4.  Give Me A Reason To Stay     Listen
5.  Wild Wild One     Listen
6.  Pleasure And Pain     Listen
7.  The Warden     Listen
8.  Bare Necessity     Listen
9.  All I Want Is You     Listen
10.  Call Of The Wild     Listen
11.  Diamonds     Listen
12.  Play Me A Song     Listen
13.  We Want It All     Listen
14.  Perfect World Bonus Track     Listen
15.  Into The Fire Bonus Track     Listen
16.  Who Do You Think You Are Bonus Track     Listen
17.  When I'm With You Acoustic Version   

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Existing comments about this CD

From: masmusic Date: April 13, 2009 at 20:54
Waited a longtime for this one! Was well worth the waite. Not one bad track on this CD. All killer no filler! And the sound quality is just awesome. 10/10

From: the rocker Date: April 14, 2009 at 19:42
this is one of those bands that need to reunite. 1st cd was great, and you could'nt ask for a better follow up.

From: Geoff Date: April 30, 2009 at 0:19
Decent disc. Still can't believe 'Call me' was left off it, but of the rest it's pretty cool. 'How Much Longer Is Forever' and 'Who do you think you are' are easily the best songs, with 'Diamonds', 'Perfect world' and 'All I want is you' shining too, even though we all know them from Curci's solo disc anyway.

From: 123charpenay Date: May 14, 2009 at 11:37
hi geoff how much longer is forever and who do you think you are are on the ZION album (2007)with freddy curci.super cd s hightly recommanded. the first alias cd s is a classic of a o r.in this one you have 2 songs of ZION,3 fillers in between tracks 4 5 and 11.rest 12 very great songs.big sound powerful production super melodic rock.the bonus tracks are more aor the rest of the cd s is more hard and more varied(great southern influence on track 7 the warden)

From: GlenRavine Date: June 8, 2009 at 18:27
Great follow-up to the debut. Great AOR music. If your fan of the debut - you will not be disappointed.

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From: Jez Date: June 23, 2009 at 11:30
These have been doing the rounds for years on various boots of varying quality. Some things remain un-released for a reason and that is the case here - the songs just aren't very good. The remastering and sound have been very nicely done and the packaging is quite nice, but that means squat if the songs aren't up to scratch, which is definitely the case here. No surprise that the best 4 tracks are definitley the 4 bonus tracks, recorded at the time of the debut as b'sides etc. the reat is absolutley nowhere near the class of the debut, so if you buy this expecting the same quality of songs, you will be sorely disappointed. All filler and no killer and I don't say that very often.

From: rocknroll Date: February 2, 2010 at 9:56
Superb come back from this canadian AOR band. If you loved their debut buy this one.

From: edwithmj Date: July 11, 2010 at 18:29
It was too long to wait for the second release. Of note is the inclusion of Into The Fire which was on the Nintendo: White Knuckle Scorin' compilation.

From: DanDare Date: October 16, 2010 at 18:44
Not a patch on the first disc, disappointing in fact. Some cool tracks, but not enough to make it near the debut. It's a shame, because this is one comeback album that I was looking forward to. So many bands have 'returned' in the last few years and you kind of wish they hadn't bothered. It's a pity that this one joins that pile.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 20, 2012 at 20:49
Nice follower of the "long time ago" debut album...Freddy Curci,as usual, singing with his personal and passionate way that has characterized him ever since plus the other musicians also doin' a great job too..."Woman Enough","XTCOI","How Much Longer Is Forever"(nice),"Wild Wild One","All I Want Is You"(nice softy),"Perfect World"(lovely song) & "When I'm With You"(acoustic)are my faves...recommended...87/100

From: Swazi Date: April 7, 2012 at 12:44
A few tracks of the main part are quite ok, i.e "Pleasure and Pain", but I agree with Jez that in total the best ones definitely are the bonus tracks. "Perfect World" is stunning.

From: HEAVY PARADISE Date: September 21, 2012 at 15:02
Some killer tunes in it but also some fillers too. Overall is a great disc and a must have for every fan of this amazing band!!

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