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Artist: Skin Diver

Title: Skin Diver

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Category: AOR

Year: 1993

Label: Avion Records

Catalog Number: ?

Personnel

Tony Dibenedetto Vocals, Production
Jonah Koslen All Instruments (except on 'Always')
Don Krueger Drums
Billy Sullivan Guitar
Scott Allen Bass
Peter Tokwr Keyboards

Tracks

1.  Janie Can't Wait  
2.  Killer At Heart  
3.  Pedal To The Metal  
4.  Mothers Worst Nightmare  
5.  Look Deep  
6.  Burn It To The Ground  
7.  Weekend Warrior  
8.  Always  
9.  Rock The Night Away  
10.  Tokyo A Go Go  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: zld Date: November 17, 2005 at 10:45
Toni is a very mediocre singer and sometimes sounds like a 2nd rate Joe Elliot. Musicwise this cd is oke although all songs are midtempo rockers with very simple lyrics. There's definately a "leppard"feel to most songs but they just lack the quality. 6,5/10

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From: Jez Date: January 6, 2006 at 5:17
One for Jonah Koslen/ Breathless fans out there, as this one has his Hallmark stamped all over it. Hi-Tech AOR is the name of the game with a Leppard feel on a couple of tracks aswell. 'Janie Can't Wait' is a terrific opener with it's Breathless like chorus. Other key moments - 'Killer At Heart', 'Pedal To The Metal', 'Look Deep (also like Breathless)' & the Lepp like 'Burn It To The Ground . The only two real letdowns are 'Mothers Worst Nightmare' & the very weak 'Weekend Warriors'. Good Stuff

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: June 27, 2006 at 12:05
Vamos Vamos Brasil!!! vamos vamos pa campeon!!! pucha van ganado 2-0 a Ghana pero Ronaldinho no convence todavia el mejor es Kaka soy fan a muerte de Brasil es una mala suerte que Espaņa choque con ellos en cuartos, Vamos Espaņa!!! devuelvan a esos malos Franceses a su casa que no merecen estar en el mundial al igual que Italia y Ucrania 2 paises que pasaron con ayuda de los arbitros, hoy todos somos Espaņa!!! forca carajo!!! y sobre este album un AOR/Rock Melodico de buen degustar.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: June 27, 2006 at 14:13
Good Melodic Hard/AOR Pedal To The Metal(un claro Hit), Janie Can't Wait, Look Deep, Burn It to the Ground lo mejor del disco 8/10.

From: mauricio Date: June 28, 2006 at 19:41
rafo grieve,te guste o no francia mando para la casa a los Espaņoles.con respecto a brasil,donde esta ronaldinho,si el que esta volando es kaka.con italia e ucrania muy pronto va a pegar con cerca.

From: headbanger4life Date: February 2, 2007 at 3:44
I like the music but I'm mixed on the vocals for this one. It does has a (mild) Def Leppardesque feel to it. I also agree with the first comment that some of the lyrics are very simple (and cheesy). The stand out tracks for me are 'Janie Can't Wait' and 'Burn It To The Ground'. I really do like both of these. 'Pedal To The Metal' was a decent track. The rest is just average AOR that failed to grab me. Maybe if more thought was put into the lyrics this one would have done it for me.

From: dean Date: March 26, 2008 at 19:06
Thought i would hate this as I saw the AOR tag on it and expected tons of keyboards but was really surprised as it's not nearly as bad as the above comments would suggest-lack of any vibrato on the vox lends itself to the Joe Elliot comparisons but the big vox and choruses are still here and while the lyrics are nothing great they still fit within the confines of typical AOR-in short-if a less bombastic Hysteria sounds like your cup of tea you could do much worse than this one.


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