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Artist: Bad Ambition

Title: Storm Signal

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Category: Melodic Hard Rock

Year: 2004

Label: Indie

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Matteo Babini Lead & Backing Vocals
Mirko Guerra Guitars
Andrea Palli Drums
Gabriele Ravaglia Bass
Alessio Mosconi Keyboards, Backing vocals


1.  Faded Dream  
2.  Storm Signal  
3.  Out From Your Life  
4.  Destination Unknown  
5.  How Many Tears  
6.  Where Is Your Heart?  
7.  Afraid of you  
8.  Words in the wind  
9.  No more love  
10.  Sea of emotions  

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From: GiJoe Date: April 5, 2005 at 15:12
Very good melodic rock album!

From: lucasgordon Date: July 1, 2005 at 0:43
Ya que hablamos de Italia, acá van dos por uno. Bad Ambition comparten la misma patria que Big Tokyo, y ellos proponen también un bien producido Hard Rock en inglés. ”Storm Signal” es el tercer disco de Bad Ambition y está compuesto por 10 temas. Comienzan con una intro “Faded Dream” para luego arrancar con el tema que da nombre al CD. En “Out From Your Life” los teclados a cargo de Alessio Mosconi me trajeron recuerdos a los de Supertramp, es decir una onda mas bien ´70 aunque

From: lucasgordon Date: July 1, 2005 at 0:44
la canción apunta mas al estilo AOR. La verdad es que si bien no hablo bien el inglés, si no me dicen que Matteo es de una agrupación italiana, no me doy cuenta. Su voz es bien típica de una banda de Hard Rock de los ´80 y es fácil identificarlos con, por ejemplo Bon Jovi cuando se escucha “Where Is Your Heart?”. La combinación de teclados, riffs a cargo de Mirko Guerra, y las bases cuyos responsables son Gabriele Ravaglia y Andrea Palli (bajo y batería respectivamente),

From: lucasgordon Date: July 1, 2005 at 0:44
en el track 7 “Afraid Of You” me rememora por momentos a “Still Of The Night” de Whitesnake, por cierto muy buen solo de guitarra. Un par de Soft Metal decoran al lanzamiento: “How Many Tears” y “Words In The Wind” cuyo último lo considero mucho mejor logrado. Me da mucha satisfacción que tantas bandas alrededor del mundo lancen buenas producciones de Hard Rock-Metal melódico en esta época donde el rock pasa por ser feo, vestirse de payaso de película de terror y tocar solo con furia.

From: lucasgordon Date: July 1, 2005 at 0:44
La melodía es importante también, verdad?

From: z4roxx Date: March 11, 2007 at 16:47
Ahaha that's incredible,in this band there is(or was)the bassist who played with Electrocution,one of the finest italian death metal bands of the 90's,How many great moments with that disc....and this band it's amazing,great melodies,they joint prog with aor in a perfect way!

From: z4roxx Date: March 11, 2007 at 16:52
A little mystake:Gabriele Ravaglia played guitar when he was in Electrocution,now he plays the bass.

From: Delbert Date: May 12, 2014 at 16:56
This is excellent radio-friendly melodic rock, which is characterized by sweet and gentle melodies, good singing and lots of keyboards. Their sound is similar to FAIR WARNING, ELECTRADRIVE, TEN and HELLOISE. One of my favorite Italian bands. I did like this considerably more than the 2001 "Day Dream" album.

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