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On the Mark
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Label: Cybervoc Records
Catalog Number: 0324-CD
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J.C. Mark Lead Vocals|
|1. ||I'll Live and Die In Freedom |
|2. ||Whirlpools of Space |
|3. ||The Hidden Gun |
|4. ||The Money Rats |
|5. ||Workin' Hard |
|6. ||Where Is the Conscience of the World |
|7. ||God Don't Like It |
|8. ||Love Machine On |
|9. ||Run Come Save America |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: February 5, 2008 at 13:43|
|AOR fans of JC Desire, Robert Tepper, David Gibson, Scott Stewart, Robin Miller and Robert Hart should dig this one. A very difficult to find indie so grab it if you ever see it.....
|From: Rafo Phoenix
||Date: June 24, 2010 at 1:46|
|Agree with Delbert but i think not in the same level as those names, "The Hidden Gun & Where Is the Conscience of the World" the best tracks IMO, Pop Rock/Hi-Tech AOR/Lite AOR not the big thing but it's ok 75/100.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: May 7, 2013 at 15:20|
|Ummm...i think that JC Mark is more of a common singer rather than anything else...the comparisons that Delbert does in here are,in my personal opinion,way lot better than the man himself...simple songs and acceptable ones in the lowest of the cases("I'll Live And Die In Freedom","The Hiden Gun","The Money Rats" & the nice one "Where Is The Conscience Of The World")...AOR???,is that is but with a lot of a New Wave vibe in it that you cannot even call it Hi-Tech AOR...there's nothing really 2 kill 4 in here...50/100
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