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Catalog Number: BCM 0003
|1.||Drive Me Home||4:34||Listen|
|4.||King of Meville||4:33||Listen|
|5.||The Storm Inside||4:53||Listen|
|7.||Train of Love||4:52||Listen|
|Total Running Time:||60:51|
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|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: December 18, 2006 at 22:38|
|Whoa!!! just heard the samplers...this is high caliber stuff.|
|From: Geoff||Date: March 21, 2007 at 23:53|
|Weak, weak AOR. These guys are pretty much on par with Secret Smile, but maybe even a little less. This is so by-the-numbers I'm sure they must have had a text book in the studio when they wrote these songs because there's not an ounce of originality. That's not always a bad thing if done well, but to be honest these songs do nothing for me. I think there were a couple of okay songs but IMO this ain't so fabulous at all.|
|From: oliver||Date: May 9, 2007 at 12:36|
|@Geoff - May be you´re right: AOR by numbers. But for sure not weak. Most tracks are very catchy and remarkable. Better than the mentioned Secret Smile releases. Sounds in places like a harder version of "THE PROMISE" . Unfortunately both bands split. I like it a lot and I can´t have enough melodic rock bands like these in my collection. 8,5/10|
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