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Gary Schutt


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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1994

Label: Zero Records (Japan)

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Average Rating: 74 / 100 (8 ratings)


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Gary Schutt bass, guitars, drums
Jeff Scott Soto vocals, keys
1.  Warpaint  
2.  In Some Other Lifetime  
3.  Imperial March  
4.  No Man's Land  
5.  I Guess I'm Still in Love  
6.  Dangerous Horseplay  
7.  Stranded  
8.  Should Have Been Me  
9.  She's Letting Go  
10.  Your Friend  
11.  Fault Line  

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From: meradona Date: June 19, 2005 at 8:14
Otra gran grabacion de Mr. Soto en las voces, este tio es la ostia, un gran disco que demuestra que gary schutt es un gran musico, con alguna parte progresiva, pero en definitiva es hard rock con mayusculas los mejores temas para mi She's letting go, stranded y should have been me , un disco de 9/10

From: Geoff Date: September 16, 2005 at 9:38
Hmmm, definately not a Takara album here, that's for sure. 'In some other lifetime' is decent, 'I guess I'm still in love' is a nice ballad, 'Stranded' is top quality melodic hard rock, 'She's letting go' might be the album's best track, and is awesome melodic hard rock and 'Your friend' is nice. The rest is heavier hard rock, with Gary wielding his axe a bit and showing a different heavier side. I'll personally just stick to the melodic tracks as noted and leave the rest alone.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: June 10, 2011 at 19:24
Wow i liked this one a lot!!!...a mix of Hard Rock/Prog/AOR that makes it a delightful album IMHO ....the re-edition brings 3 bonus tracks that are great ones ("Highway To Nowhere" rocks good,"Mental Ward" has a nice funk rock vibe & "Act Of Sympathy" is fantastic)..about the ones of the album itself,the highlights are "In Some Other Lifetime","No Man's Land","I Guess I'm Still In Love"(nice mid tempo ballad),"Stranded","She's Lettin Go"(killer!!!),"Your Friend" & "Fault Line"...also the songs that are instrumental ones a great!!!...Jeff Scott Soto's awesome as usual...recommended...91/100

From: shoemaker Date: June 11, 2011 at 6:07
The drummachine sucks!

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