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Heart Of The Storm
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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Castle Communications
Catalog Number: CLACD 423
Bernie Marsden Guitar|
Don Airey Piano, Synthesizer
Brian Badhams Bass, Piano
Robert Hawthorn Vocals
John Marter Drums
|1. ||Whiteout ||3:48|
|2. ||Don't Say It's Over ||4:20|
|3. ||Voice On The Radio ||3:55|
|4. ||Susie Blue ||3:34|
|5. ||Heart Of The Storm ||5:25|
|6. ||Need Your Love ||4:17|
|7. ||Can't Let Go ||3:45|
|8. ||Other Side Of Midnight ||4:25|
|9. ||Headlines ||3:48|
|10. ||The Socerer ||6:02|
|11. ||Coupe De Ville Bonus Track- Demo ||3:17|
|12. ||Coming Down On You Bonus Track ||3:29|
|13. ||Whiteout Bonus Track- Instrumental ||4:18|
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|Total Running Time:|| 54:23|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: January 31, 2006 at 17:40|
|My fave ALASKA album. Songs like THE SORCERER and SUSIE BLUE are classics. This is a real buy or die release. Listen to me for ones in your life and buy this increible cool cd.
||Date: February 1, 2006 at 23:46|
|'Don't say it's over' is decent AOR. I don't mind that track but I won't touch the rest of it ever again. Not awful, but IMO very bland AOR with no reason for return spins.
||Date: May 15, 2006 at 16:06|
|After a long 15 year wait finally got hold of this one and Rene I'm afraid I'm going to have to disagree with you and say this one is absolute trash. I far prefer The Pack. This is just too AOR and the keyboards are just too much to the front for a band which is supposedly a vehicle for Bernie Marsden.
||Date: April 22, 2007 at 11:52|
|Mmmmnnnn this cd now is good for me,I think it needs some more listenings to be appreciated.Old aor but good!!!8/10 with some very good melodies!!!
||Date: November 20, 2008 at 16:40|
|'The sorcerer', 'Can`t let go' and 'Susie blue' are great AOR-Songs, but I agree Peters that many of the rest of the songs got too big keyboard parts and are not these one you expect when it got a big sticker ' Bernie Mardsen - Ex-Whitesnake '.
||Date: March 2, 2009 at 19:40|
|Limp, tepid, watered-down pap in serious search of a decent lyricist. Throw in the odd bit of schmaltzy sax here and there, and it all adds up to a snoozefest. Only Keel could throw as many trite and hackneyed cliches into their lyrics; the songs read like first lesson teachings of rhyme to adolescent students. Lyrically, as laughable as it gets. Airey and Marsden should be ashamed of themselves.
||Date: June 10, 2009 at 15:51|
|Funny to read so many negative comments. Well forget about those. This is a very good aor album. old yes maybe but its 1984. Love the vibe on the songs. Voices on the Radio, Susie Blue ( listen carefully and you will hear the later band First Shot in that ), Need your Love, Other Side of Midnight, Coupe de Ville are excellent AOR tracks. Nice one ! 82/100
||Date: June 10, 2009 at 16:08|
|And i forgot Heart of the Storm and Cant let Go ! Yep pleasant album
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: March 2, 2013 at 21:17|
|Actually ' The Sorcerer'(rocks!) & 'Susie Blue' were a couple of hits of the band back then and perhaps that made this release a bit more considerated by the media than 'The Pack'...the album basically consisted of nice AOR friendly songs with that British formula...check tracks 2,3,5 & 6 also and you will agree with me...the CD re-edition brings 3 pleasant bonus tracks that makes it more appealing to have and obviously to buy...89/100
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