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Artist: Astra

Title: Astra

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2004

Label: Evolution Music (Brazil)

Catalog Number: EVM 1001

Personnel

Gus Monsanto Lead Vocals
Fabio Christianini Guitars
Kuky Sanchez Bass, Background Vocals
Edu Cominato Drums, Background Vocals

Tracks

1.  Don't Let The Door Hit Ya  4:06
2.  I'm D Enemy  4:09
3.  Don't Wanna Sing Your Name  3:08
4.  My Angel  4:36
5.  You'll Be Forever Young  5:36
6.  Too Scared To Leave  6:22
7.  Once Upon A Time  4:49
8.  My Best Friend  4:30
9.  Will You Remember  3:35
10.  Crown Of Your Victory  4:54
11.  Voyeur  4:05
  
Total Running Time:  49:50

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From: MelodicMan Date: February 16, 2005 at 8:15
Good AOR/Hard Rock album, althought not great. Singer Gus Monsanto does a good job, and sounds a little like a mix between Jamie Rowe and Phil Lewis. The opening track and You'll Be Forever Young are the best tracks, and the tempo doesn't change too much track-to-track. Very negative point: the ballad My Angel is horrible, the worst song of the year by far.

From: 2Fast4 Date: April 29, 2005 at 2:12
Great guitar riffs and the lead singer do a nice job too (reminds me a lot Dokken's Back for the Attack). Nothing new here. In my opinion another very negative point is that none in this band (except for the lead singer) is who really plays on this album. Don't get it but looks like this album was made by a bunch of session musicians and not a real band as they tryin' to sell. Well another thing that reminds me Dokken. 1 out of 5 for paying for something that not really is.

From: johnny hard rock Date: August 27, 2007 at 12:55
Amazing album and also Amazing band, unfortunately this band broke up after album release. Actually Gus Monsanto is the Adagioīs lead singer, Edu Cominato plays drum on band called Tempestt, Kuki Sanches one of the best brazilian bass player plays on many bands and Fabio Christianini is on a local band called ViVa Noite.

From: DEEMON Date: March 25, 2009 at 18:14
VERY GOOD ALBUM.OK,REMENBER BACK FOR THE ATTACK + HAREM SCAREM(NEW HAREM SCAREM).GUS MONSANTO IS A GREAT YOUNG SINGER.THE BAND IS GOOD,GREAT GUITAR AND FANTASTICīS SONGS.I LOVE THIS CD.RECOMENDED.90/100.

From: juan carlos Date: July 27, 2010 at 21:35
Very Good MelodicHardRock, plenty of catchy riffs, Good production but a bit flat on the drum sound. Yep, this songs can remind you of Firehouse/HS/Winger/Dokken etc. "My Angel" is a nice ballad, "Voyeur" has a catchy riff that reminded me of "Hungry" song(Winger). Recommended! 8.5/10


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