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||Date: April 3, 2005 at 11:42|
|Well,what can I say?? As a long-standing Denander fan I was not disappointed.To my ears the similarity to Deacon Street is incredible,but seeing I loved that,who cares ?? Just look at the musician credits to understand what your getting.Hard Rock City shows the tougher element,through to Love Don't Live Here No More which is a self-explainatry ballad.Recommended !!!!!
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||Date: April 3, 2005 at 12:00|
|Yo Wotty - The Deacon Street reference is spot on,although i think this is a better all round album because ithas a more cohesive band sound, rather than the 'Pasted Together' feeling of the 'DS' album. No worries though as both are excellent slices of Westcoast/AOR. This also features a veritable who's who of Scandie session guys,Sayit, Jim Jidhed ,Pierre Weinsberg (Prisoner) & Motorhead's Mikkey Dee (!!). Would have liked more Live drums than the proggrammed ones,but that is a minor complaint.
|From: TIM (2)
||Date: April 7, 2005 at 11:49|
|Sorry Jez/Wotty, but I'm not as excited by this one as it still sounds a little like a contrived studio project to me and lacks spark. There are quality tunes tucked away farther back on this ("Don't Look in Her Eyes" & "Only You" particularly) but there are a few too many fillers IMO. I do love this style of music but probably prefer the likes of Sayit, Prisoner ("Blind"), & Deacon Street to this album. Well played/produced but not quite enough killer tunes. Sorry. 6/10.
||Date: April 10, 2005 at 11:36|
|I must agree with Tim (2). Far too much filler to make this a must own. BUT having said that, the songs that do catch your ear are just superb. "Hard Rock City", "Don't Look In Her Eyes" and "Only You" just deliver the goods. It is just too much hit-and-miss to recommend this with the other "instant classics" that have been released lately.
||Date: July 18, 2005 at 10:48|
|I quite enjoyed this CD. Yes there is indeed some filler and I admittedly didn't like a few of the tracks but overall it isn't that bad...it's probably worth buying just for Now You're Gone which is a fantastic song. 7/10
||Date: November 1, 2007 at 22:01|
|Madre Santa que buen album, estas bandas hacen que aun siga Vivo tremendo Stylo como lo es el Melodic HardRock/AOR pero claro con sus toques actuales pero de que te van agradar lo haran, eh aqui este buen trabajo escuchar "Hard Rock City a lo TNT - Religion", "Now You're Gone mi favorita", "Don't Look In Her Eyes" oh quizas mejor aun Only You & Just 4 Love, The Way Of The World Sonido clasico vaya que guitarra una delicia de tema.. 9/10
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: April 26, 2013 at 16:54|
|Pleasant album that mixes rocky tracks and some others with an AOR flavour that won't be disliked by the listeners,i'm sure of that..."Hard Rock City"(simply rocks!),"Now You're Gone","Only You"(catchy),"Knockin' On Hell's Door"(rocks too!)& "Just 4 Love" are really ones...with Tommy Denander on board,what can possibly go wrong???(plus those other "session musicians" here too)...86/100
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