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Artist: Tempest

Title: Eye of the Storm

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Category: CCM Melodic Metal

Year: 1988

Label: Pure Metal

Catalog Number: SPCN7900603735

Personnel

Darren Lee
Jamie Rowe
Mikk Rowe
Bobby Andrews

Tracks

1.  Storms  
2.  Rock for the Light  
3.  Goin' Nowhere  
4.  Good-Bye  
5.  Let Them In  
6.  True Love Never Fade Away  
7.  All for One  
8.  Eye of the Storm  
9.  Lost Without Your Love  
10.  Midnight  
11.  U.S.A.  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: James Date: March 4, 2002 at 19:54
Good-bye is a great song. Lost without Your Love is another good song. A Guardian fan must have this album. A good start for Jamie Rowe.

From: James Date: August 1, 2002 at 21:18
Mick Rowe commented on this album on heavensmetal.com. Jamie has magic in his voice when it comes to hard rock. One of the top vocalist in the industry.

From: MIke Date: June 9, 2003 at 1:34
I bought their album 'eye of the storm' when I was a teen. I loved it the first time I played it. I just wish that they had more to offer. I did a search for them but I got a different band by the same name. Are you guys still together and or playing, please let me know. brewer61554@yahoo.com

From: James Date: June 9, 2003 at 3:01
Jamie Rowe went on to front the bands Guardian and Adriangale. He did some solo work and now has a new band called The London Calling. Mick Rowe has worked on several projects. visit jamierowe.com and mickrowe.com for updates on the guys.

From: Geoff Date: August 29, 2004 at 23:14
I also think 'Good-bye' is a sensational ballad and of the rest 'Lost without your love' is a cool hard rocker. The rest is not bad, but not great either. Pretty good hard rock CD.

From: Lucas Date: December 26, 2004 at 23:23
What connection has this band with the 70' Temspest band? Comanded by Ollie Halshall?

From: juan carlos Date: July 2, 2010 at 11:25
Jamie Rowe was here? well, Ok/Good CCM HardRock. The ballad "Good-Bye" (this song reminded me of Gregg Fulkerson and Blue Tears of course) and "True Love Never Fade Away" are my favorite tracks. Itīs not a bad album anyway. 7.8/10

From: andi Date: December 23, 2011 at 4:33
very great melodic metal remains me to Bands like Vamp"the rich donīt rock"and a little bit to White Lions"Fight to Survive"!!Great Album!!


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