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Artist: Vagh

Title: Sands Of Time

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Category: Melodic Rock

Year: 2002

Label: Slick City Slackers Production

Catalog Number: SCSP-001


Robin Vagh guitars, producer
Jonas Blum vocals
Anders Rosell drums
Jan-Ake Jonsson bass
Tom Rask keyboards
Noomi Stragefors additional lead vocals on Alisson
Magnus Hedin additional backing vocals, producer


1.  Tricky  
2.  Book Of Shadows  
3.  Sands Of Time  
4.  Blue Collar Proud  
5.  Hypnotized  
6.  Alison  
7.  Coldblooded Lover  
8.  Sleepwalking  
9.  Born Yesterday  
10.  In The Heat Of The Night  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Dead Planet Date: September 19, 2006 at 19:10
Hmmm...no comments on this one...shame because this is quite decent 80's flavoured hard rock with some good quitar riffing. I really hate comparing bands so I won't....considering the cost on Ebay it is well worth tracking down ....

From: jstoyz Date: April 17, 2009 at 19:51
The guitars are the definite highlight of this album, the riffs are outstanding and some of the hooks are BIG, though in fairness the album does fall flat in a few places and those looking for originality might not be as impressed. I think the male vocals are stronger than some have indicated for this band, though the dude's range is fairly limited. Check out the first track "Tricky," an excellent up-tempo commercial MHR song, and the opening to "Book Of Shadows" is right out of the "Dio- Holy Diver" playbook (very cool).....The online price, unfortunately, isn't so cheap anymore but it is a nice addition to the collection if you can get it for under $20 IMO......Jeff.

From: z4roxx Date: April 18, 2009 at 13:16
Oh did remeber this one,didn't buy because the production was painful and too average...but I've holden the second one,much mature and interestin' and especially well produced.

From: jstoyz Date: April 18, 2009 at 19:51
Agrees, second album is much better in just about every measurable way.....Jeff.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: April 13, 2011 at 11:23
A very good album but the only issue i have is the vocals,these songs could have sounded a lot better with a more skilled one...by the way and talking about the vocals,the girl who sang the very nice ballad "Alison" is quite good (Noomi Stragefors )...and now about the songs,the second half of the album is the one that brings the band's best shots starting with "Alison" and followed by "Coldblooded Lover"(nice song too),"Sleepwalking","Born Yesterday" & "In The Heat Of The Night"(if we are talking about AOR then these tracks are the closest to it)..."Tricky","Blue Collar Proud" & "Hypnotized" are the "rocky" ones...90/100

From: 123charpenay Date: October 13, 2018 at 16:47
very great melodic rock music ,very great production ,great songs but....the "singer" have absoluty no voice and the backing vocals are a pity.the vocals ruins the record.a shame.with a real great singer this album could be excellent.

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