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|3.||Day By Day|
|6.||This Jam Is Cold|
|7.||Turn You On|
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|From:||Date: December 1, 2004 at 22:48|
|Oh, man... I actually KNOW these nitwits. This is cheezy meet-market dance crap along the lines of Stevie B, Johnny O, Info Society, etc. (puke). Why is this on a hard rock site? These guys were ecstacy-heads during the big orchestra-strike, Z. Cavaricci heyday. Where are they now? I don't think THEY even care. Be warned... THIS MUSIC IS NOT ROCK! Hacky R&B at best. "Jam Is Cold" was a local semi-hit around Baton Rouge; sounds like Vanilla Ice on a bad day! Lay it down and walk away!|
|From: David||Date: December 1, 2004 at 23:49|
|How this cd can be on Heavy Harmonies and not Richard Marx & Collective Soul is beyond me????|
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|From: Jez||Date: January 8, 2005 at 10:59|
|Strange one this and a disc that you really have to be open minded about from the start and definately one that will NOT appeal most of the 'Rockers' out there. That being said, if you like the Lite side of AOR with a groove to it, this might float your boat. There are some excellent tracks on here, 'Youth' & 'Long Vacation' being good examples what to expect and the production side of things is top notch. Not really HH stuff in general, but still a release i play when the lighter mood takes me.|
|From: z4roxx||Date: February 17, 2005 at 14:00|
|I hold this cd only for the first 2 songs,still amazing and a true aor gems indeed in the vein of the best Blvd.!The rest is not so bad but there's much pop for my tastes...I give 9/10 only for the first 2 songs.|
|From: Travis T.||Date: April 24, 2005 at 20:34|
|I know these guys also an although the material and production are quite dated now, these guys are exceptional musicians, with kevin c. being a great vocalist. today he is writing some great material for some great artists and is one of the nicest people i know. i suggest picking up a copy and checking it out........|
|From: KenPop||Date: March 13, 2006 at 11:05|
|Anyone with an ear for good vocals and tight rhythms will appreciate this cd. If you are stone cold heavy rocker and only interested in metal lyrics and searing guitar riffs, it's not for you. The vocals, both lead and harmony on this cd rivals those even heard in today's pop/rock music. Check this cd out. Talented group of musicians.......KEN|
|From: peterpoland||Date: June 30, 2006 at 9:28|
|The album itself has almost identical sound to Drama-Escapades album, or The Next.Sometimes it sounds too poppy like NKOTB.But it has it's moments.There are a few hi-tech AOR tunes in Joe Pasquale vein. "Youth" is brilliant, believe me. Great, young vocals,nice melodies, catchy refrain totally in BLVD vein."Lipstick" has got a lot of guitars in it and it sounds like norwegian DRAMA or Creation.One serious filler- "The jam is cold".All in all, good album if you like mentioned bands or R.Nevile|
|From: Rafo Phoenix||Date: July 29, 2008 at 2:47|
|"Youth" the Super song the rest good ones not AOR this one is Pop similar to NKOTB 2 and 3 album, C'Vello is here and the Great Bryan Adams?|
|From: hernanHRM/AOR||Date: January 7, 2009 at 16:20|
|Brilliant album of AOR and with a take-off of impressive album Deberian comment mas on this decent work. YouthWonderful song|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: June 21, 2011 at 19:57|
|Pleasant Hi-Tech AOR/Pop album...the opener "Youth" was the "hit" of the band...also another goodies are "Day By Day","Dangerous","Turn You On" & "Diamond Girl"...if you like Kevin Paige,7 Seven,Go For It and Bogart C.O. then C'vello is 4 ya!!! ...80/100|
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