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||Date: June 28, 2008 at 19:37|
|!great! !great! an incredible album from start to finish ,david reece and gypsy rose are the perfect combination , it makes me remember bangalore choir or accept , 100/100.greetings from arequipa -Peru
||Date: July 18, 2008 at 1:02|
|David Reece is back from the tomb and makes a nice comeback and addition to Gypsy Rose. When I think of melodic rock how is it that Accept with UDO on vox is listed on this site yet Iron Maiden with Bruce Dickinson is forbidden? Of course Reese is accused of singing the weakest(most melodic) Accept release 'Eat the Heat' and he was the front man for Bangalore Choir. Both those releases IMO are still a solid notch above this one. 'Fired' and 'Nothing else matters' are as good as it get's with this consistent release. Reece's voice is a little more mature but he still has the range with his unique delivery. Nothing mind blowing here, but if your a fan of Reece this is a worthy addition to your collection. Word on the street is that Bangalore Choir has reunited as the band was supposed to play live at Rocklahoma recently but backed out and Gypsy Rose was scheduled to play instead. Hopefully we will still see a new Bangalore Choir release in the future.
||Date: July 27, 2008 at 11:42|
|Que, Que , Que ALBUM Seņores, Este album en el 89īvolaria CHARTS.
||Date: September 14, 2008 at 2:19|
|I spun this CD and Bangalore Choir back to back, and have to concur w/MStallion that Reece still has excellent vocal range! For me, the vox., guitars and choruses are simply stunning, production is top notch, and there are plenty of hooks to keep bringing me back! I agree "Fired" and "Nothing Else Matters" are the top tracks, but "When I Call Your Name" is a great bluesy ballad- as passionate as I've ever heard D.Reece! "A little Ain't Enough" smokes too!! Solid 8.8ish/10, Marcello/Vestry might have another competitior for AOTY IMHO.......
||Date: October 14, 2008 at 15:27|
|All The Way To The Sun, very nice, huge chorus When I call Your Name truly unforgettable
|From: the rocker
||Date: October 16, 2008 at 17:40|
|i LOVE the bangalore choir cd. i play it a few times a month.this is a lot different then the first gypsy rose cd, that i liked alot. this is very good aswell.
||Date: December 11, 2008 at 13:30|
|Ahaha 88/100 rate...Didn't resist after the third song of this very bland and generic melodic metal,after a good promising debut their vein has already bene delete...Painful disc!
||Date: August 3, 2010 at 17:46|
|just got this the other day, and boy it rocked. David has still got it and his voice is the best there is! i put this right behind accept and bangalore choir on my list of favs from David!
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