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Artist: Line of Fire

Title: Line of Fire

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Category: AOR

Year: 2005

Label: Tribunal Records

Catalog Number: TRB068


Shawn Pelata vocals
Nikki Dimage guitars, bass, keyboards, backing vocals
Ed Darst guitars
Cliff Paul bass
Justin Collins drums


1.  Faith in Fire  4:27
2.  Live and Let Go  4:23
3.  Fade  4:34
4.  Paradise  4:56
5.  Remind Me  4:04
6.  Morning Light  4:08
7.  Can't You See  3:39
8.  Salvation's Edge  4:16
9.  Falling Down (Hear My Prayer)  5:00
10.  Time To Say Goodbye  3:39
Total Running Time:  43:06

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From: Opcart Date: December 3, 2005 at 10:08
Well, first thing this is not AOR. Hard Rock pure and simple.Song 4 paradise with great and powerful guitar. But a 7/10.

From: T-Bone Date: January 9, 2006 at 6:05
This cd is a must for any fans of Frontline or Journey. This cd is everything you'd expect from a band being compared to them...Guitars, choruses, production, keys...It's all there! Easily 9.5 out of 10

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From: Jez Date: January 30, 2006 at 5:23
Very Good, solid Melodic Rock/ AOR with more than a nod towards Journey. Excellent sound for a small label product aswell, which some other bands that shall remain nameless should take note of. My one and only misgiving over this one is that it lacks one or two real killer tracks, although there is still some good tunes on show, with the excellent 'Paradise' being my star pick. As I said, very good For a debut album and a band definately worth keeping an eye and ear on in the future.

From: Erik Date: January 30, 2006 at 10:03
Excellent review here by Jez. Nothing to add to it. Really like this cd. Only two songs that kinda dont blend in, for my liking , are the tracks 8 and 9. Fade and Paradise are my faves here. Very good debut. Looking forward to see more from these guys. 8/10

From: Geoff Date: February 1, 2006 at 23:07
Have to agree a bit with Jez here. Good band, good sound. They definately will be a band to watch out for, but right now they are just missing those few killer tracks to make the album a must. My favourite track is 'Time to say goodbye', and there are some good melodic tracks throughout. My tip would be bigger choruses, bigger hooks for album 2, but this is a good solid debut and a band to look out for.

From: juan carlos Date: February 16, 2006 at 15:33
concuerdo con las 2 ultimas opiniones, esto es melodic rock pero que le falta temas matadores y mas fuerza en los coros. no estan mal para empezar, pues es un melodic rock del bueno, buenos solos, buena produccion. en fin.. me quedo con "paradise" vaya tema! el mejor del disco, seguido de "remind me" y la bonita semi-balada "canīt you see" 8/10.

From: the game Date: April 1, 2006 at 19:34
Very good Hard Rock/AOR. The awesome killer track Paradise is stunning with a great guitar solo. Other track that caught my attention were Faith in Fire, Live & Let Go, Morning Light and Falling Down. Check them out. They sound like Journey, Firehouse, and with a bit of Boston thrown in. This is a great start to a promising career. I can hardly wait for the next release. Rated 8.5/10.

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From: Blue Charvel Date: March 23, 2009 at 9:09
I really like this one having just discovered it. Fantastic product for an indie label, with a killer production. Comparisons to Journey and Frontline are spot on. After several listens I would say I might disagree a bit about the lack of killer tracks, for me Paradise, Morning Light, Salvation's Edge, and Falling Down (Hear My Prayer) all rock my world quite satisfactorily! Looking forward to the upcoming new release from these guys, check 'em out at:

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