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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Frontiers Records
Catalog Number: FR CD 591
|1.||Loud N' Clear|
|3.||Soldiers Under Command|
|4.||Makes Me Wanna Sing|
|6.||The Rock That Makes Me Roll|
|9.||To Hell With the Devil|
|10.||Calling On You|
|13.||Sing Along Song|
|14.||More Than a Man|
|15.||Bleeding from Inside Out New Track|
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|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: April 2, 2013 at 21:52|
|Was it any worth putting a record like this out???...ummm...IMHO the original versions,the ones that came out when they did are miles away better than these remakes...and the new ones are just simple ones...am i being too hard???,don't think so is just that there's nothing new under the stars in here..."Reach Out" is the one in my book...the rest....80/100(not a bad rate at all mainly because basically these are classic songs,except the new ones obviously)...cheers...|
|From: Axe Slinger||Date: April 3, 2013 at 5:54|
|Yeah, these bands re-record their songs for royalty reasons. By doing so, they regain the rights to the songs and can make more money when they are played / used. Stryper, and Frontiers, usually have stellar production but there seems to be some odd ducking and compression on some of the songs that make them sound odd. Not bad, just odd. The playing is excellent, they just didn't "get" me. I'm just thinking that I'm not a big fan of these remake discs but I understand why they do them. The band sounds tight and Michael spent a lot of time trying to re-create the harmonies but the experience is not like getting new music, for sure. I could almost give this a 90 for a heavier production of "The Rock That Makes Me Roll" alone. I LOVE that tune. 80 / 100|
|From: ROBERT||Date: December 12, 2013 at 19:07|
|WHITE METAL OF 2013|
|From: hair metal again||Date: January 11, 2016 at 13:52|
|kinda best of collection with re recorded songs in order for their new company to gain some of the rights!many classics here and a lot of great riffs and howling vocs along with a commercial vibe!the 2 new songs are just ok with nothing remarkable to show!ok release for the fans|
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