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Artist: Crush

Title: Crush

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1994

Label: Musica Alternativa

Catalog Number: MA 021

Personnel

Joao Campos vocals
Samuel Lopes acoustic guitar
Migueel Mascarenhas lead guitar
Alexandre Tocha lead guitar
Joao Lopes bass
Rui Bagulho keyboards
Caio Marcelo drums

Tracks

1.  Crush Intro  
2.  Do You Feel What I Feel?  
3.  You Are the One  
4.  Bad Girl  
5.  Bad Girl acoustic version  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Geoff Date: June 16, 2005 at 21:53
'Do you feel what I feel' is a wonderful melodic rock track. Overall, these guys have a good sound and a few pretty cool tracks. I'd have liked to have seen a full album, but this is a pretty good EP. Not as great as I've heard others say it is though. Just a note; this is not the same band that released '...This' in 1994. That band is much better than these guys. Sorry.

From: headbanger4life Date: June 28, 2007 at 5:22
After starting out with a wierd sounding musical intro, this one kranks out the awesome 'Do You Feel What I Feel'. This is a fantastic song. 'You Are the One' is another decent track. Then they do not one but two versions of 'Bad Girl'. To me, this was the weakest song on the album and really didn't need an acoustic version. For only have 4 actual songs, I would have rather of heard something else. I agree with Geoff on the fact that this is not as great as others say it is.

From: juan carlos Date: March 24, 2009 at 14:48
Nice/ok and Typical AOR EP, yep the only Melodic Rock track is "Do You Feel What I Feel?" that it´s a good song, "You Are the One" is also a nice AOR track, and two versions of "Bad Girl" that i prefer the acoustic version of course. Joao´s voice is just ok and production is average/ok. 7.5/10


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