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Artist: Walk The Sky

Title: Walk The Sky

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2005

Label: Walk The Sky Music

Catalog Number: None

Personnel

Rob Bonstin Vocals
Rick Hunter-Martinez Guitar, Vocals
Jeff Lemas Drums
Tom Young Bass

Marc Baroz Bass On Tracks 5,6,7, & 9

Tracks

1.  Castles In The Sand  
2.  Lay It On The Line  
3.  Don't You Know What Love Is  
4.  Snake Eyes  
5.  Always Remember  
6.  Face To Face  
7.  Make Up Your Mind  
8.  Touched By You  
9.  Heart Of Stone  
10.  What You Need  
11.  Love Comes Down  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Nick C Date: October 22, 2005 at 15:57
This is pretty excellent .. the production is top notch for an independant release. The songs are really guitar driven but dead melodic and the vocals are super strong. The only song I'm not really keen on is Touched By You as it's a bit ... ploddingy (Ok I made that word up). The band are supposedly christian rock but the message isn't forced upon you and isn't noticeable (similar to Kings X also supposedly christian rock). Oh yeah Don't You Know What Love Is is a cover of the Touch song

From: Nick C Date: October 22, 2005 at 16:02
When I say similar to Kings X I don't mean sound wise by the way I mean how they approach the subject of their faith.

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From: Jez Date: November 15, 2005 at 8:22
As Nick says, very very good for an Indie release and a real pleasant surprise. Not sure about the cover of the Touch classic 'Don't You Know What Love Is',whilst good, it lacks the lushness & the Keyboards of the original and is a little 'By The Numbers'. The rest is good solid Hard melodic rock in the Dokken/Stryper mould, especially the vocal - very Michael Sweet in places. As I said, a nice surprise & a definate keeper.

From: juan carlos Date: October 25, 2008 at 1:02
Really good Melodic HardRock album with Melodic Metal touches. The vocals are just good no more, some great solos. like "Always Remember"(great guitar solo!), "Heart Of Stone" "Face To Face" "Castles In The Sand" and "Love Comes Down" are mine. The Touch classic is just good and nothing compared to the Original. 8/10

From: rick kerch vzla Date: November 30, 2010 at 21:29
Superb album!!!...very solid songs with a good vocalist that Mr Rob Bonstin is...(reminded me a bit of Jon Deverill,former Tygers Of Pan Tang singer)..."Castles In The Sand" is a brilliant starter,rocking very good,"Lay It On The Line" is excellent,"Don't You Know What Love Is" is a very good cover of Touch that also Drive She Said re-recorded(the song was written by Mark Mangold,former member of Touch and nowadays with Drive She Said),"Snake Eyes" another good rocking one,"Face To Face" great one,"Heart Of Stone" more rock to your ears & "Love Comes Down" is a powerful ending track...enuff said!..get it!.94/100


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