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Artist: Tim Wright With Little Brother

Title: Survival

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Year: 1992

Label: Line Records, Germany

Catalog Number: LICD 9012210

Personnel

Tim Wright Vocals
Simon Campbell Guitar
Steve Dowd Keyboard
Ron Asprey Saxophone
Jimmy Helms, Jimmy Cambers, Tony Wilson, Sisterhood Backing Vocals

Tracks

1.  Survivor  
2.  Run To Me  
3.  Sacrifice  
4.  Stranded  
5.  (Hit Me) Straight Between The Eyes  
6.  Thief In The Night  
7.  Need To Work Together  
8.  Hold On  
9.  (We're So) Positive  
10.  We've Gotta Get Out Of This Place  

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From: peterpoland Date: September 2, 2006 at 8:56
Decent hi-tech AOR album. Tim Wright has a voice similar to Alides Hidding of TIME BANDITS. Musically it reminds me of JATO, KEVIN KITCHEN - SPLIT PERSONALITY album,Kenny Rogers Jr, Michael Gleason or finally TOM KIMMEL. This is not a killer album, but not a bad thing too. Just a decent addition to your collection.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: February 17, 2012 at 12:08
Really a decent album but of Lite Pop Hi-Tech & R&B, sorry Peter but those bands/singers are in another level, this guy more in the style of Lionel Richie(but Lionel (Not Messi hehe) is better of course) The question is, if this album is here then where are Gino Vanelli, Rod Stewart, Phil Collins, Psychedelic Furs, A-Ha, Don Henley, A Flock Of Seagulls, Stabilizers, The Cars, The Hooters etc etc they play Hard Rock compared with this one. I like "Sacrifice" 50/100.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 18, 2012 at 0:15
Yeah Rafo Phoenix!!!..we need some of those bands/artists you have just mentioned posted in here as HH is expading its horizons in music genres terms...cheers mate

From: AORules Date: February 18, 2012 at 14:29
i don't like this album but peterpoland has a good comment. thank you to heavyharmonies to be part of them and thank you to my friends here to renzo fernando ozzy and one special to the AOR MASTER, you know who you are.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 18, 2012 at 18:08
Now talking about this album,well is a POP release plain and simple but a goodie one i must say...similarities with other artists???,yes a lot but not gonna mention any(don't want to make "some" people angry )..."Run To Me"(catchy),"Sacrifice","Need To Work Together" & "(We're So)Positive" are my faves...enjoyable...82/100


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