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Artist: Mindwork

Title: Inside Out

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Category: Light AOR

Year: 1991

Label: Bellaphon

Catalog Number: 290,31,018


Johnny Kanatschnig lead vocals
Harold Huber drums, keyboards, programming
Umbo bass


1.  Welcome to My Paradise  
2.  Endlessly  
3.  Men in Motion  
4.  Gloria  
5.  Bring Me Some Water  
6.  Chinese Wall  
7.  House of Sin  
8.  I Miss You  
9.  In the Ghetto  
10.  Wonderland  
11.  Help Me  
12.  Masters of Success  

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From: peterpoland Date: December 31, 2005 at 5:20
I decided to add this album, because it seems that most AOR lovers really like Fahrenheit - Talking 'Bout Love album from 89. This album was released 2 years after that by Fahrenheit's vocalist Johnny Kanatschnig and drummer Harold Huber. The album itself is more poppy, yet very melodic. Disc contains some typical pop,keyboard oriented tracks, and some lite AOR/Hi-tech tracks like uptempo HELP ME(my personal favourite), or beautiful ballad ''Endlessly''.

From: hardrock90.00 Date: June 11, 2006 at 21:21
This CD is very different from Fahrenheit. Like Peter said above, it's lite AOR/Hi-tech album, and "endlessly" is very beautiful song. Johnny Kanatschnig's voice is amazing. But I think that Fahrenheit is better than Mindwork.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: July 4, 2007 at 1:54
Good Lite/Hi-Tech/AOR, te lo dedico a ti alumno traidor que te encanta meter cuchillo por la espalda, la gente de Fahrenheit se marco otro buen album aca pero no del nivel de los nombrados aparte de que ese era AOR puro, pero para los amantes de estilos asi seguro que les gustara Welcome to My Paradise, Chinese Wall, Masters of Success, Gloria lo mejorcito del album, nada del otro mundo Lite/AOR con sus toques Hi-Tech pero en su lado mas suave 8/10.

From: TONI MALLORCA Date: July 4, 2007 at 16:48
joya del aor tristemente olvidada en el tiempo aun conservo mi viejo vinilo como si fuera oro,el unico punto flojo del disco es la version del "in the ghetto" de elvis que no pega mucho aqui pero... "GLORIA" ES UN BALADON!!!!!!

From: Luciano86 Date: January 28, 2012 at 1:52
por favor, es un discazooooooo 100/100

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 13, 2012 at 18:12
Very nice Lite/Hi-Tech AOR with lots of softies and mid tempos but also with some catchy and "dance" moments such as "Men In Motion","House Of Sin","Wonderland","Help Me" & "Masters Of Sucess" btw my fave ones...with guys from Fahrenheit in it it couldn't have gone wrong...86/100...recommended...

From: juan carlos Date: October 5, 2013 at 16:32
Hey scottish! :P Soft hi-tech Pop/AOR, hmmm.. some good songs & many average, nothing to die for in my opinion. "I Miss You" is good but the rest... hmmm.. If you love hi-tech soft pop/AOR this is for you, it's up to you. This is not for me. 75/100

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