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Artist: The Ladder

Title: Sacred

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2007

Label: Escape Music

Catalog Number: ESM149


Steve Overland Lead Vocals
Gerhard Pichler Guitars
Pete Jupp Drums
Bob Skeat Bass


1.  Body & Soul  4:25
2.  Sacred  3:47
3.  Something To Believe In  5:30
4.  All Of My Life  5:10
5.  Believe In Me  4:15
6.  Run To You  5:24
7.  Here I Am  4:52
8.  Sea Of Love  4:16
9.  Make A Wish  6:29
10.  Mean Streets  4:33
11.  Abandon Me  4:59
Total Running Time:  53:40

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From: juan carlos Date: May 4, 2007 at 23:01
Súper-discazo, Steve Overland lo hizo por fin, grandioso melodic rock AOR de gran factura, no he parado de escucharlo, 'Run to You' define al disco, la producción es A1 y la voz ni que decir, todos los temas empiezan de casi la misma forma, maravillosos teclados y demas añadiduras, muy buenos solos en la mayoría de temas, melodías de ensueño. El mejor del 2007 sin lugar a dudas, difícil bien difícil de que algún otro album lo supere, a vote pronto 10/10.

From: ancatcas Date: May 6, 2007 at 6:15
Juan Carlos, estoy totalmente de acuerdo contigo, yo tampoco paro de escuchar esta maravilla, y coincido en el pedazo de tema 'Run to You', por fin la maravillosa voz de Overland se complementa con un discazo ya que sus ultimos trabajos no han estado mal, pero no tienen mucho que ver con esta joya. Decubrí a Overland con FM y desde aquella etapa creo que este es su mejor disco. Lujazo también Body & Soul el primer tema, 10 sobre 10.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: May 6, 2007 at 9:16
Very Good AOR/Melodic Rock, muy buen trabajo casi todos los temas de buen nivel en especial las letras pero tampoco estoy tan impresionado el Fenix no es de esos mortales que lo hacen facilmente la mayoria tiene ese estilo y sonido moderno que al final te deja una sensacion extraña y como amante de los 80's se busca mas y hacer que lo quieras repetir constantemente, pero despues de eso sin duda todos los temas cumplen y es uno de los buenos trabajos de este año 8.5/10

From: juan carlos Date: May 6, 2007 at 19:13
Vaya vaya pero tampoco es para que se baje la puntuación de esa manera no le parece?.. No importa en realidad a que suene moderno o a los 80´s pues eso es relativo, depende del gusto amplio de la música en general (sin que esto sea de mal gusto pues acá nadie puede decir que tal o cual persona tenga mal gusto), tampoco se tiene que limitar de esa manera, osea que todo suene a los 80´s y eso que los 80´s es la decada de toda mi vida, pero yo por mi parte no me limito a eso. 10/10

From: Heavy.AOR Date: May 8, 2007 at 14:15
I dont know..I relly love it FM or any projects from Overland but this one ....i dont know not my cup of cafe pop keyboards AOR i not rating this album i love bands where plays all members and keyboard only like a wall.For me 7/10.

From: Lennie Date: May 9, 2007 at 8:51
Wow, I love this album from start to finish. No filler here IMO. This is slick, well produced AOR with an occasional mean streak. Overland sounds a million dollars as you would expect. Hard to pick out highlights as all songs are great, but 'Sea of Love', 'Body & Soul' & 'Believe In Me' are probably my favs. 9/10

From: Swazi Date: May 14, 2007 at 18:07
AWESOME CD ! This one is a lot better than their debut, imo. Nice tunes, great voice, highly recommended !!

From: wotty Date: May 22, 2007 at 16:08
A definite progression from the first cd.Veering between A.O.R.and M/HR.The rhythm section is tight,guitar work is quality,a great batch of songs,but Steve O's Blues-tinged vocals steal the show..Excellent !!!!!

From: Geoff Date: May 22, 2007 at 20:15
Solid as hell. I think this is better than the good debut and a million miles better than anything from Shadowman. There are some excellent hooks and very strong choruses here and to be honest there's not a bad track amongst them. Good, solid melodic rock. Recommended.

From: Figge Date: May 29, 2007 at 18:38
Classy release! The perfect contemporary AOR/Melodic Rock. A real surprise to me as I didn't rate the first effort very highly. Great production, very good songs and Overland sounds as great as ever. Body & Soul, Sea Of Love, Abondoned and especially Believe In Me (awesome!!!) are the standout tracks in my opinion.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: August 23, 2008 at 12:01
Great album!!!..did like it more than their debut one even though both efforts are worth every single penny!!!."Something To Believe In" is a beautiful ballad...Overland is still an amazing singer and hasn't lost a bit of his singing capacities (got the chance 2 see him live with FM during the "Tough It Out" Tour)and i could easily said that his skills are intact.Anyway get this album and enjoy it!!!.90/100

From: hair metal again Date: January 7, 2011 at 4:38
good release by steve s overland THE LADDER .many good songs though i d prefer a more traditional hard rock sound .standout song is surely "run to you" ,a very beautiful mid tempo anthem that shows steve s ability.other good songs are "something to believe in" and "all of my life".enjoyable release

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