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Label: MTM Music (Germany)
Catalog Number: 0681-114
Electric & Acoustic Guitars, Bass, Keyboards, Backing Vocals
Celio De Carvahlo
Percussion On Tracks 4 & 7
Backing Vocals On Tracks 7 & 11
|1. ||The Point ||4:10|
|2. ||Waterline ||3:02|
|3. ||Here In The Air ||3:54|
|4. ||Remember ||3:51|
|5. ||Train Song ||5:26|
|6. ||Insanity ||5:02|
|7. ||Tall Grasses ||4:30|
|8. ||Clouds Instrumental ||1:46|
|9. ||Rain ||4:51|
|10. ||Snow On The Roof Instrumental ||4:27|
|11. ||Everything ||5:09|
|12. ||Highway In The Sun ||4:56|
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|Total Running Time:|| 51:04|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: January 29, 2005 at 14:48|
|A superb slab of moody,atmospheric A.O.R.Built around lush keyboards that don't smother the songs and some dynamic rhythm guitar.A very satisfying album that demands to be heard.
|From: AOR freaky
||Date: January 30, 2005 at 3:53|
|Not exactly superb, as Wotty suggests. Good, decent, but it's all done before and often much better. But . . ., you can do worse than listen to this one !
|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: January 30, 2005 at 12:30|
|Very good start to the year with this one. As Wotty mentions, moody & atmospheric - reminds me quite alot of Dare in places, along with Mike & The Mechanics. Guitar work from Lars Levin is subtle and melodic throughout and Solli sounds in good form on vocals. Special note for the excellent production on this aswell. All in all a very good liter AOR release and one that will get plenty of spins in the future.
||Date: February 5, 2005 at 22:07|
|agreed Jez, I felt the Mike and the Mechains influence right away. Not killer, but very solid atmospheric sounds and great songs. A good but not essential release. It does grow on you though!!!
||Date: February 6, 2005 at 13:56|
|It should be Dare at places, but it isn't. It isn't necessary cause Dare has a unique sound and for my taste Greenhouze made a nice album. I bought it immediatly and I enjoy it. I love atmospheric rock.Greenhouze is a nice surprise! The new Dare-album Power of nature-live)is in april and not yet in january.
||Date: February 15, 2005 at 12:16|
|Excellent album. Nice modern AOR. Solli sounds better than ever if you ask me.
|From: TIM (2)
||Date: March 29, 2005 at 1:08|
|This one is extremely laid-back with touches of piano and almost a west-coast feel at times. A solid production and a good guitar sound, although song-wise they only completely nail it on 2 occasions (the first 2 tracks). A little like the Mysterell album, this sounds great and has all the lush melodies you would want but just needs more song-writing consistency and a better flow to the album. And ditch those instrumentals! Just minor points, on what is otherwise a recommended CD. 7.5/10.
||Date: March 30, 2005 at 21:09|
|Fantastic atmospheric AOR. Nice touch with the piano interspersed int he songs. Gives it a definite West-Coast feel. I do hear Mike & The Mechanics in the songs and it works quite well. I highly recommend this.
||Date: March 31, 2005 at 3:47|
|One of the finest AOR albums of the year. This band's music sounds more like STAGE DOLLS than anything else. Solli was in SONS OF ANGELS and some bits of that can be heard here. Get this CD at all costs!
|From: CARLOS CIGES
||Date: April 24, 2005 at 14:38|
|INCREIBLE Y ELEGANTE PRIMER TRABAJO DE LOS GREENHOUZE.SIN LUGAR A DUDAS UNO DE LOS MEJORES ALBUNES QUE SE EDITARAN ESTE AÑO 2005. IMPECABLE PRODUCCION Y COMPOSICION DE TODOS LOS TEMAS,MELODIAS ATMOSFERICAS,COROS PERFECTOS,BUEN CANTANTE Y UN GUITARRA EXCEPCIONAL. LOS EMPEZARES DE ALGUNOS DE LOS TEMAS SON FANTASTICOS ASI COMO SUS INSTRUMENTALES,EN DEFINITIVA BUEN CD PARA LOS TIEMPOS QUE CORREN JUNTO CON EL ULTIMO DE SEVENTH KEY DE LO MEJORCITO QUE SE PUEDE OIR ACTUALMENTE.NO DESTACO NINGUN TEMA ES
|From: CARLOS CIGES
||Date: April 24, 2005 at 14:41|
|NO DESTACO NINGUN TEMA ESTAN TODOS A UNA GRAN ALTURA. RECOMENDADO PARA AORFANS TOTAL.SALUDOS A TODA LA GENTE QUE VISITA ESTAS PAGINAS !!!LONG LIVE AOR!!!
||Date: April 29, 2005 at 8:49|
|One of my personal favorites.One of the best AOR disc ever.
||Date: August 27, 2005 at 14:53|
|Just gave this a spin earlier on higher volume and I echo my previous comments.An enjoyable cd that yearns to played loudly !!!
||Date: April 12, 2006 at 15:23|
|Very classy album. I love they keys on this one, they didn't put too much of it and it renders very well. I wasn't used to 'light AOR' like that, but I really enjoyed this CD all the way. I would recommend it. The two first songs are awesome. For those who know them, this band sounds A LOT like Passion Street, especially 'Waterline' (the chorus reminds me the song 'A million miles away' from PS).
|From: Sex Driver
||Date: May 10, 2006 at 12:50|
|Very Very good guitar work, I don't believe that's for fans of 21 Guns, but you find here AOR & Melodic Rock a lot I'm impressed of this one, Waterline is my fave track! 9,5/10
|From: juan carlos
||Date: May 10, 2006 at 16:19|
|Buen disco. Al principio me impresionó mas que ahora. Sin duda hacen buena música, tranquila, suave, melódica y atmosférica claro está. Parejo el album aunque yo hubiera quitado un par de temas por ahi, pues hacen del album muy tranquilo por momentos como que peca de aburrido. Mis temas favoritos son la 1,2,4,7,10,11,12. En general muy buen disco que hace pedir mas música de Greenhouze. 8.5/10
||Date: June 17, 2008 at 20:00|
|'Here In the Air' is an excellent AOR song! Nuff said!
||Date: December 31, 2010 at 19:49|
|Aor freaky: It was clear that you have to drain again, as with any other band your negative comment search you but just give another hobby than this wrong statements because it time I think that you know these bands do not listen but only wild on it! go write! good band for me as a hard rock and melodic metal fan too but soft!! That's for Strangeways or Dare fans!
||Date: February 4, 2011 at 11:12|
|ok the production is excellent.the guitarist is a genius with an extraordinary sound in riffs and choruses but this cd is boring.i listen it several spins and i find why.the main problem is the singer solli who was excellent and charismatic with 21 guns (salute),but here his voice is always the same with absoluty no emotions.if you have sleeping troubles don t go to the doctor,listen the 2 ballads (tracks 4 and 7).i promise you that you will sleep like a baby.these 2 songs are boring boring boring... track 5 (train song) is a bomb the best of the record when i lsten it i hope that they never finish.superb.but it is the lone(maybe with track 9 rain).for the rest i wish you a good night.
||Date: May 30, 2011 at 14:58|
|Fantastic guitar sound and great fun guitar playing also. But the songs are too weak.
||Date: March 23, 2017 at 0:04|
|To my mind, this is about as close to a perfect AOR/Melodic Rock album as you can can get. I listen to it sometimes when I hike. The more moody, atmospheric pieces blend well with the quiet solitude of the forest. It's one of those albums that I heard for the first time at the exact moment I needed to hear something like it. Meant to be, I guess you could say. Words can't describe how awesome I think this album is, and the Mike & The Mechanics comparisons are totally apropos. I have Munich's Hardest Hits to thank for introducing me to this album.
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