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Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)
Catalog Number: FRCD275
|2.||Dust To Dust||3:47||Listen|
|3.||The Way It Goes||3:39||Listen|
|4.||Straight To The Heart||3:25||Listen|
|5.||Tell Me Your Lies||4:08||Listen|
|6.||Don't Need A Thing||3:55||Listen|
|7.||End Of My Rope||3:20||Listen|
|8.||Scared To Live||3:17||Listen|
|10.||Learning To Fly||3:34||Listen|
|Total Running Time:||36:34|
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|From: TIM (2)||Date: April 11, 2006 at 7:03|
|This one takes some listening to, and is - at best - a mixed bag. Fans of the vocalists may struggle here as this is (despite the powerful guitar) very mainstream & workmanlike. I also don't think the vocalists suit the style, & are clearly a marketing ploy to sell this disc. And despite the obvious fillers (tracks 1,5 & all of the last 3 tracks), there are some true killer tunes. Tracks 2,4,6 & 7 are brilliant AOR, with Readman clearly getting the better pick of tunes here....|
|From: TIM (2)||Date: April 11, 2006 at 7:05|
|..."Don't Need A Thing" is particularly awesome, with a huge chorus. But it still all sounds a little disjointed - as if the vocalists came in & sang & left the same day - it's not a 'band' project, & it shows. But, the best songs on this are good enough to warrant spending the money on it, IMO. 7.5/10.|
|From: Geoff||Date: May 22, 2006 at 2:09|
|I have really tried to like this, being a huge fan of both Laine and Readman, but I never really got into Royal Hunt for the reason I don't like this - those swirly keys. I just don't like them, to be blunt. That and the poor/lazy/average songwriting here. The first track is horrible, and I agrree with Tim (2) that the album ends poorly too. The middle has a few decent tracks, but to be honest I love 'The way it goes' and that's really about it. The rest is completely passable, IMO.|
|From: Dorothea||Date: January 27, 2007 at 10:39|
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