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Artist: Alyze

Title: Afraid Of The Dark

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Alyze Afraid Of The Dark Album Cover

 

Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2005

Label: Retrospect Records

Catalog Number: RR-109

Personnel

Matt Olivo Lead Guitar
Jeff Okoneski Bass
Eddie Tabit Drums
John Olivo Vocals, Lead Guitar

Originally Recorded In 1993

Tracks

1.  Afraid Of The Dark  
2.  Why Me  
3.  She's So Fine  
4.  Lucky Star  
5.  So Long  

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From: ashen_light Date: November 27, 2005 at 13:32
Close to perfection in my opinion. Much better than their debut, but the vocal problem still persists. Listen to the second track"Why Me". When the singer goes:"..why me..", he sounds like a long-tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs. Especially the "ME" part is toooooo whimpy. Overall it is a perfectly crafter release with accoustics moderately combined with a traditional sound of electric guitar. The opener is agreat HR song with brilling guitar work: very sharp, very distinct...

From: ashen_light Date: November 27, 2005 at 13:37
...the second track is also good, but it could be better if not for the vocals. "She is so fine" is an awesome glam song with catchy hooks which clearly stands out among the rest of the MHR tracks. It is probebly the best song on the CD. For some reason their debut didn't rock my world, but this one has been in my car for two months and I still enjoy it.

From: the game Date: February 11, 2006 at 15:30
Very good Hard Rock. Best songs are Afraid Of The Dark, Why Me and the awesome Lucky Star. Well worth checking out. Rated 7.5/10.

From: Geoff Date: March 8, 2006 at 21:40
Wow, surprised by Ashen_Light's complete turnaround for this release. I thought this was pretty much on par with the debut... to be honest, alongside each other, I cannot tell the difference in sound or delivery or anything. Sounds as though all songs came from the same sessions. Again, I think this is decent "hair metal" and it's worth checking these guys out, but IMO it's not as good as MANY similar bands out there. Good, but not great, IMO.


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