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Artist: Robin

Title: Over All Seven Seas

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Robin Over All Seven Seas Album Cover

 

Category: AOR

Year: 1990

Label: AMP Records (Germany)

Catalog Number: 22 013 CL

Personnel

Andy Robin Vocals, Guitar, Piano, Keyboards
Nick Robin Keyboards
Captain Stark Bass
Ralf Usadel Drums

Tracks

1.  Go For Gold  4:23
2.  Over All Seven Seas  6:14
3.  Shadows & Lights  4:00
4.  Somewhere  3:59
5.  Ring Of Gold  5:50
6.  Run Into A Wall  4:43
7.  Nadja  4:38
8.  Robinson  3:56
9.  Sundowner  3:25
10.  Dreams Of My Life  7:05
11.  Rainbow Of The Night  3:46
12.  How Will I Know  4:17
  
Total Running Time:  56:16

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Kite maestro Date: December 6, 2004 at 13:49
This is a neat German release that I liken to other indies from that country in this style. File along side No Credit and Statement. Keyboard dominated hard rock with creative song writing and a small budget. Singer has some range issues but otherwise this is a good cd. Worth finding. I just heard from the band and they say they just re-issued a new version of this cd. So check it out while it's not so 'rare', and shame on the state of Illinois for selling this cd for way too much money.

From: Delbert Date: January 3, 2010 at 19:17
A friend sent this otherwise unknown disc to me and I was immediately hooked. I cannot describe my excitement on hearing this for the first time. I am a fanatic when it comes to uptempo melodic rock and AOR with keyboards and great harmony vocals. This CD fit the prescription to a "T". A solid effort from start to finish it is almost overwhelming because I am not accustomed to hearing this quality in most of the stuff reaching my ears today. Just listen to the opener "Go For Gold" and you know what I mean: It starts with a killer chorus that hits you right in your ear and goes on with typical stabbing keys and some great guitar riffs. What a killer sound!!!!! Like a mix of DELAURIAN, SURPRISES, DOMINOE, DOMAIN and EMERGENCY!!! The music of ROBIN is great AOR with big keys and fantastic choruses! Well, to make it short: If you like well produced melodic AOR with great keyboards, great guitarwork and one highlight after another, this is your ticket!

From: metalhead4life Date: January 14, 2010 at 21:34
3 tracks showed up on youtube so I checked here to find out more info. Here's the opener "Go For Gold" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2lxzIwYwoVk The main melody/chorus sounds like "Heaven Is A Place On Earth" by Belinda Carlisle. The other 2 songs on youtube sound just ok. I'd be interested in hearing the rest of thsi album. SInger could be better though, at first I thought it was dogs barking - alright, well maybe he's not that bad. I like "Go For Gold" and love finding obscure melodic stuff with big keys, guitars, melodies from 86-90' which seems to be the best year for this style.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: November 21, 2010 at 16:58
AOR band with some songs that could easily lead into "heavy rock" moments...Mr Andy Robin's voice is the kind you probably love to hate or vice-versa...could be painful at certain songs and very acceptable in others...best tracks 4 me were the ones with the AOR spark..."Go For Gold","Shadows & Lights","Somewhere"(solid ballad),"Run Into A Wall"(this is a rocky one with a good keyboard & guitar playing),"Sundowner","Rainbow Of The Night"( ) & "How Will I Know" (nice ballad)...good album...87/100

From: hair metal again Date: March 29, 2016 at 5:07
average keyboard driven hard rock music with no remarkable hooks or songs!the band seems to have a certain approach in terms of songwriting and sound ,but the result is not solid !the vocals are nothing special and the guitars quite in the back!there are plenty of better releases out there!"shadows &lights' is the best song


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