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Artist: Lost And Found

Title: Welcome To The Real World

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1988

Label: Under The Influence (USA)

Catalog Number: ?

Personnel

Alison Cate Drums
Ted Hoehne Guitars, Vocals
Greg Hudson Bass, Vocals
Brian Mercer Vocals, Keyboards
Larry Trainor Guitars, Vocals
Scott Walters Lead Vocals

Tracks

1.  Welcome To The Real World  
2.  Going All The Way  
3.  Hear Me  
4.  Make It Real  
5.  Wait Of The World  
6.  I'm So Glad  
7.  How Long?  
8.  Never Alone  
9.  Smoke Screen  
10.  All The World  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: October 26, 2005 at 21:51
Great AOR/Melodic Rock album, i love it. Mas encuadrado en el Rock Melodico que en el AOR y como que el que lo puso no tiene idea de lo que significan tanto el AOR y el MR, Un Gran album sin lugar a dudas y de esos dificiles de adquirir Going All The Way(my fav), How Long?, I'm So Glad, Hear Me, Make It Real, Wait Of The World... cortes de buen nivel hacen un album Muy parejo, otro de esos discos altamente recomendados para todo buen amante de la mejor musica que el Rock pudo parir.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: October 26, 2005 at 21:55
!!!Hey this is Melodic Rock/AOR not Hard Rock!! what happen whith the rating??? for me 8-9/10.

From: peterpoland Date: September 5, 2006 at 12:58
This is not HARD ROCK It's a good AOR album, I'd say a mix between Lamarca, DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH and Lance Powers.Typical 80s production, a lot of keyboards nicely balanced with guitars. I have really nothing to be angry about.

From: Delbert Date: November 11, 2007 at 19:31
LOST AND FOUND are a California Christian AOR band that just oozes with all the ingredients that make up a great AOR CD. For starters, the vocals and music will immediately bring to mind The B.E.TAYLOR GROUP "Our World" era mixed with another excellent AOR band, FAIR EXCHANGE. Sprinkle in ROADMASTER, JUSTIN SAYNE and REDSTONE and you have the LOST AND FOUND sound down perfectly.

From: Magnus Date: March 7, 2008 at 17:49
Great AOR cd!! For fans of Gideon's Army, Beau Coup.Grab it at first sight! :-)

From: aornufc Date: September 22, 2010 at 8:25
Yup Magnus, you are correct and I grabbed it!! :-)

From: 123charpenay Date: April 5, 2013 at 10:56
not enough hard for me,sometimes too much variety.two superb hard f m songs track 1 and 5.the reissue with two bonus tracks is highly recommanded.these two demos (? the sound is perfect!!!!)are really excellent hard fm.the rest is very aor very melodic limit pop.this cd is a real raritie.


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