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Label: Frontiers Records
Catalog Number: FRCD383
|1.||End of Alone||Listen|
|3.||Love's Dying Wish||Listen|
|6.||Building a Wall||Listen|
|8.||Live Your Life||Listen|
|9.||Hello, Are You Listening?||Listen|
|11.||The Day Belongs to Us||Listen|
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|From: YNGWIEVIKING||Date: August 3, 2008 at 11:50|
|Good CD DARK AOR/MODERN MELODIC ROCK by a SUPERGROUP 80/100 With Tony HARNELL-TNT-MORNING WOOD-WESTWORLD- and Magnus KARLSSON-LAST TRIBE-ALLEN/LANDE-PLANET ALLIANCE-THE CODEX-TONY O'HORA-PRIMAL FEAR- Also playing John MACALUSO-TNT-MASI-RIOT-ARK-RISING FORCE-MCM-UNION RADIO-VITALIJ KUPRIJ-MAGNI ANIMI VIRI-etc... The song/title track is huge the rest varies from very good to OK ! Good production AND nice musicianship / buy !|
|From: masmusic||Date: October 10, 2008 at 9:56|
|I found this release to be too grundgy, the vocals are really good, once you get past the guitar playing. maybe I need a few more listens. So far doesn't do much for me. Maybe overrated!!|
|From: The real Mr. Real||Date: November 12, 2008 at 14:46|
|Fantastic album from Mr. Hanell & Co. Shows that he does good on his own. (Just look what crap Ronni LeTekro has released with TNT recently!)|
|From: Geoff||Date: November 18, 2008 at 20:30|
|Another disc that just fails for me. I love Harnell and the first Starbreaker album was good but this is just too safe. Magnus Karlsson is just too predictable and the songs completely miss any spark of passion. Vocally great, but the riffs and whole musicality of this just sound tired, used and worn down. Not recommended unless you're a diehard Harnell fan.|
|From: DanceWithMadness||Date: February 26, 2009 at 12:29|
|WHAT CAN I SAY? KARLSSON JUST KEEPS COMING UP WITH THE GOODS.THE GUY COULD OUTPLAY JUST ABOUT ANYONE. HARNELL ONCE AGAIN GIVES THIS ALBUM THAT SPICE. QUALITY SONG WRITING. GREAT FOLLOW UP. GET IT COZ ITZ HOT!!|
|From: West Of Sunset||Date: August 21, 2009 at 20:43|
|I totally love their debut, and i thought that this second cd wouldn´t be better, but i discovered day by day that i liked as much as the debut. Love´s Dying Wish has a more dar approach and the melodies are even better in some parts, I totally love the title track, End Of Alone and the whole cd!!!! Is one of the best albums from 2008 totally recommended!!!!! 9´5/10|
|From: West Of Sunset||Date: August 21, 2009 at 21:30|
|Darker approach i wanted to say, sorry for the mistake!!!|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: November 30, 2011 at 19:39|
|This one for me is less consistent than their debut...modern rock and with the Dream Theater sticker in it again("The Day Belongs To Us")but not as strong as it was in their debut were basically all the tracks have that sort of feeling...anyway "End Of Alone","Unknown Superstar","Hide" & "Hello,Are You Listening?" are highlights but nothing more...a fine release,just that...80/100|
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