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Artist: Medusa

Title: Open Your Eyes

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1993

Label: Medusa-Music

Catalog Number: CD-MM-666

Personnel

Lombardo Mario Lead Vocals,12 String Guitar
Hicke Thier Norbert Guitar
Messner Andi Keyboards, Piano
Messner Doro Violin
Kerer Franz Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals
Hennes Mike Drums, Backing Vocals

Tracks

1.  Voice  
2.  Open Your Eyes  
3.  Maybe  
4.  Ready Rock N' Roll  
5.  Mistake  
6.  I Need You  
7.  Cowboy  
8.  Da Busín  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Nardie 85 Date: December 6, 2004 at 13:39
I just got this from a friend in Japan. What a strange release? It's a little bit metal, a little bit AOR and a little bit something else. One thing though, it is pretty good. Definately sort of thinnish sounding as with most indies and vocals have that great German accent but I like this one quite a bit. Seems fairly rare and I've seen the price range on this from bottom basement to nearing penthouse suite. Really nice to have if you can land for $30 or under I think.

From: Leykis101 Date: August 29, 2005 at 11:14
Yes, they advertise this cd as kick ass hard rock, the only thing kick ass hard rock about this cd is the song Open Your Eyes, then it turns into like, I don't know how to even explain or compare, im stumped, the only thing I can closely relate it to would be Roxette with a little bit better of a band behind it!! buy at your own risk, but Open Your Eyes really is a kick ass song, so I guess it was worth it to me.

From: Delbert Date: May 9, 2010 at 18:38
This CD was privately produced and released by this Bavarian band back in 1993. The sound you'll hear is in the vein of 3 WISHES meets BANDIT without the gang vocals and the ample mixture of keys. I agree, it is different and will take a few spins to adjust to it's sound.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: April 8, 2013 at 15:50
Ummm...nothing really outstanding in here...musically talking is below simple and the vocalist,Lombardo Mario(nothing to do with Dave Lombardo of Slayer fame )is kinda of a painful singer at times...an album not to go fussing around too much,in fact it can be forgettable after just one spin IMO..."Ready Rock N Roll","I Need You"(AORish)& "Cowboy" are the ones that can be saved from burning...50/100


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