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Category: Hard Rock / AOR
Label: MTM Music
Catalog Number: 0681-35
|1.||Into The Future|
|3.||Strange Way To Live|
|4.||Back To Where We Started|
|8.||Little Bit Of Love|
|10.||Point Of No Return|
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|From: juan carlos||Date: July 1, 2010 at 13:17|
|Carl Dixon was the main vocalist of the famous band Coney Hatch. This is his 2nd solo effort, very disappointing album, it´s just simply Rock with a Southern side and some melodic moments. There are many uptempo tracks and the majority is filler IMO but there some good tracks like "Rattled"(ála Goo Goo Dolls & my favorite track), "Back To Where We Started" and "Lonely You"(ála Beatles, back to basics). Carl has an excellent voice(ála John Waite) but.. 7/10|
|From: hair metal again||Date: October 20, 2011 at 8:10|
|pretty good release that can t be understood by nowadays aorsters.this is good classic american hard rock by a guy who lived his adbenture in the mid 80 s.guitarish sound ,excellent vocals ala Tommy Shaw and some good songs like "hot streak","busted","into the future" and "rattled".the only problem i see is the lack of memorable choruses.but that was also the problem of the HATCH!|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: June 20, 2013 at 18:35|
|His first album is a lot better than this IMO...the quality of the tracks lowered in here but you still find some goodies in the shape of "Into The Future","Hot Streak","Strange Way To Live","Back To Where We Started"(catchy),"Little Bit of Love"(catchy) & "River"...70/100|
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