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||Date: October 18, 2005 at 19:47|
|Great CD here, folks! You'll never know these guys are Japanese. Great guitar and very American-sounding vocals. Awesome melodic rock that rivals any Swiss, Scandi, or American band. Highly recommended!
||Date: October 31, 2005 at 13:13|
|hi mr. z4roxx we could be ranked as dupes..but the reason's that too many foxx on the run here and on ebay hehehe anyway proud to be on the scene since 1981 and still alive...maybe the foxx are younger and they'll take not for so long hahaha!
||Date: May 18, 2006 at 11:27|
|This is no doubt one of best Japanese Hard Rock albums in Japanese Hard Rock history.This was actually recorded for the sound track album for motor bike racing film but fortunatetely their records company did not force the band to make the sound track but ordinary Hard Rock stuff.At that time,Paul Raymond(ex-UFO) lived in Japan and he helped the band by writing some lyrics.After this,the singer formed Bad Loser and made 2 mini CD and 1 full length.The guitar player joined Anthem for a while.
|From: Rafo Phoenix
||Date: November 21, 2006 at 1:39|
|Great & Killer Melodic Hard Rock, asi de simple y fumandose un cigarro mas aun una Joya Japonesa algo rara e invaluable de lo mejor en Hard Melodico que haya escuchado de los nipones, temas descomunales a lo largo del disco un estilazo buenisima voz teclados para disfrutar seńores esto son los 80's simple como eso, este lo apuntas en tu lista si o si si aun no lo tienes personalmente lo recomiendo ya sabeis de lo que hablo, el unico corte bajo es Nothin' New sino tenia el 10 perfecto 9/10.
|From: PODEROSO YIRO
||Date: February 3, 2008 at 13:30|
|Yesterday i posted the comment about this album. Now i see that the comment has been erased, despite it was written in English... well i just expressed mi opinion, but it seems like even The Freedom Of Expression won“t be allowed Here... anyway. My comment about this album: Melodic Hard Rock in the DOKKEN, LOUDNESS and EUROPE vein; Catchy and Powerful songs like "Open Your Eyes" and The Awesome "Reaching For The Sun". I Really hope that my comment won“t be erased, because if this happens, I will
|From: PODEROSO YIRO
||Date: February 3, 2008 at 13:34|
|I Really hope that my comment won“t be erased, because if this happens, I will think and asume that there“s a lot of intolerance here... Remember, I“m just expressing my opinion and my feelings about music and this webpage, that i consider, a Great sanctuary of AOR and Melodic Rock... Peace!
||Date: February 4, 2008 at 4:30|
|VERY GOOD CD 88/100 with one the greatest guitar hero from JAPAN HIDEAKI NAKAMA (HELL'n' BACK/exANTHEM/exPAUL RAYMOND PROJECT) This one stand in my heart next to the HUGE "thunder in the east"by the once mighty LOUDNESS and their GUITAR PLAYER AKIRA TAKASKI (LAZY)-YASUHARU TANAKA from HARDGEAR AKIHITO KINOSHITA from SABERTIGER NORIFUMI SHIMA from CONCERTO MOON/DOUBLE DEALER AKIRA KAJIYAMA from J.L.T./GOLDBRICK/PRECIOUS KATSU OHTA from ARK STORM TAKESHI NISHIYAMA from CREATU
||Date: May 29, 2008 at 16:45|
|Forget Loudness! Qui siamo di fronte al pił grande disco mai partorito da una band giapponese (assieme a "Lookin' For Action" di Kuni...ma qui c'erano gli americani ad aiutarlo!): Hurry Scuary sono un mix tra Class Metal americano e i Rising Force del periodo Turner (quelli pił commerciali!). "We Can Try Again" e "Run For Your Life" i brani migliori; impressionanti il cantante e il chitarrista (soprattutto in sede di assoli!!!!!!)
||Date: December 16, 2009 at 8:31|
|Very nice CD,just have a bad drum sounds.Guitar good, if not play Y.MALMSTEEN riffs.The singer is really good.My favorites remain in Japan is VOW WOW,BLINDMAN.
||Date: April 25, 2010 at 11:03|
|After the first 3 songs I was positively illused about this one(good Treat style),from the fourth on this is the samey Malmsteen plague.Good players-decent disc.
||Date: September 22, 2010 at 8:13|
|Good album.........certainly one of the better Jap artiste releases. Seemingly it has been re-released in Japan as copies seem to be more plentiful now
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