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Artist: Rockarma

Title: Rockarma

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Category: Melodic Hard Rock

Year: 2005

Label: Indie/Metal Mayhem

Catalog Number: MM1000


Damon Kelly Vocals, Guitar
Allen Mckenzie Bass
Michael Foster Drums
Bill Leverty Producer


1.  Each Other  
2.  Rock All Night  
3.  Thats All  
4.  Feels Like I'm Falling  
5.  The Other Side  
6.  Honestly  
7.  Fool Inside  
8.  Bush Party  
9.  Our Love Is Here To Stay  
10.  I'm Lost  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: AOR freaky Date: November 15, 2005 at 4:05
THis this remind me a lot at Firehouse. Not the Firehouse from the first albums, but the more 'modern' Firehouse. By the way, Leverty produced this one. It's a bit of a mixed affair and not strong enough to shine while there are so many good releases out these days. I'm afraid it will be overlooked, cause it offers nothing special.

From: roxy_911_ Date: November 18, 2005 at 23:27
Just bought this album a few weeks ago on the internet, and i have to TOTALLY Disagree with the previous comment posted before mine. i think this is a GREAT album. I bought this album for the simple fact that it is an ABSOLUTELY REFRESHING CHANGE from "the rest of the crap out there, all the hugely marketed stuff that has absolutely NOTHING behind it, but the marketing! This album is PUMPIN', Feel good and just plain FUN, and has enough diversity to hook you in!!! everyone should give this album

From: Geoff Date: January 22, 2006 at 21:15
This ain't great, but it's decent hard rock in the style of some of our 80's heroes. Off the top of my head, 'That's all', 'Feels like I'm falling' and 'Honestly' are the ones that shine, but there is a lot of average hard rock on display here too. A few nice vocal melodies, a couple of decent songs, but not really a great album by any stretch. Sort of like a much lesser quality Hotshot.

From: lucasgordon Date: February 14, 2006 at 0:09
Si bien hay músicos que son excelentes, cuando se ponen a producir otros artistas, tal vez no tienen la misma calidad o capacidad. Otros, sin embargo, son buenos músicos, y encima excelentes productores. Como cuando uno ve una película producida por Francis Ford Coppola o Steven Spielberg, que ni necesitan actores ultra famosos, ya el producto es garantizado. Esto también sucede en la música, y es justamente el caso de Rockarma.

From: lucasgordon Date: February 14, 2006 at 0:10
Este conjunto es desconocido hoy en día, pero el álbum debut de la banda de Damon Kelly, “Rockarma” esta producido por Bill Leverty (Firehouse), es cual hace maravillas con la música como productor. Apoyando mi opinión respecto a Bill, he escuchado casi 10 mil discos, más de la mitad dentro del genero Metal y Bill es un tipo que, si se dedica a producir, va a ser el Emilio Estefan del Hard Rock. Volviendo a Rockarma, el disco está bien logrado, tiene buenas melodías, lógicamente

From: lucasgordon Date: February 14, 2006 at 0:10
no propone nada nuevo ni original, cosa que hoy en día es muy difícil de lograr, pero ofrece una buena combinación de buenos riifs, coros, melodías y coros (escuchen “Honestly”). Las bases son ejecutadas profesionalmente por otros dos Firehouse, Michael Foster y Allen McKenzie, en fin, bromeando, vendría a ser una especie de Wanderlust (album solista de Leverty) pero con Kelly en la voz. Damon es quien compuso todas las canciones y las letras, interpreta la voz y guitarras, se nota claramente in

From: lucasgordon Date: February 14, 2006 at 0:11
influenciado por el Hard Rock de los ochentas, como en el mejor track del redondo: “Fool Inside” donde uno se podría confundir tal vez la voz de Damon con la de Don Dokken. A los amantes del pop Metal de los ochentas y noventas, esta es otra joyita de principios de siglos para disfrutar y poder presumir de que el Hard Rock sigue vivo y rockeando!

From: hernanHRM/AOR Date: October 8, 2007 at 20:00
vaya que conocimiento de lucasgordon se nota que es todo un tigre en la materia, bueno sobre el albun es otro que dara mucho que criticar.. buenos cortes buen sonido de guitarras y una voz exelente como lo demuestra en gran tema "Feels Like I'm Falling".. y bueno como ya lo abran leydo aun sigue vivo el stylo maravilloso de los 80's

From: metalmastermusic Date: June 17, 2008 at 12:53
All the Firehouse comaprisons seem to be true form a song writers standpoint and even a bit of the vocals. Not as polished as Firehouse was by any means and maybe that is the production side of things ?? Just doesn't have that full sound that Firehouse always had. Not bad though, it would be worth picking up for the AOR/MHR crowd but not for you hard rock fiends. 74/100

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