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Artist: Balance II

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Category: AOR / Westcoast / Prog

Year: 2005

Label: Balance II Records

Catalog Number: 602498628317

Personnel

Vince Claps Vocals
Brian Moritz Guitars, Keyboards, Backing Vocals
Dave Larue Bass
Joel Kaplan Keyboards
Rod Morgenstein Drums

Tracks

1.  How Many  
2.  You Asked  
3.  Reptilian Crawl  
4.  When Love Comes  
5.  The Way We Do  
6.  When I Fall Down  
7.  Carry Me Home  
8.  Burn  
9.  Miracles  
10.  Let Us Pray  

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From: Jez Date: April 16, 2006 at 14:55
Very very fine release from last year. A very mixed bag of stuff on this, so fans of Westcoast, Pomp, AOR & Prog will get something from this one. Definite influences - Toto, Trillion, Eagles, Chicago & Trevor Rabin era Yes. The band is second to none musically, with Dave LaRue (Dixie Dreggs, Steve Morse) & Rob Morgenstein (Dixie Dreggs,Winger) cooking up a mean rhythm section, even Tommy D makes an appearance. As I said, diversity is the name of the game here with excellent results. A+

From: Geoff Date: April 17, 2006 at 5:17
Oh no, going to have to disagree 100% with Jez once again (sorry mate). No offense to anyone, but this is far and away one of the worst CDs I have ever heard in my entire life, and not just in the rock genre. I must admit that I am even surprised - opposite tastes or not - that Jez likes this one. I would honestly not recommend it to anyone ever, and heartily suggest it be avoided. I don't even know what to call it, but I heard no sign of the melodic rock I love in this one.

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From: Jez Date: April 17, 2006 at 12:55
Geoff- knowing you don't like, Pomp, Prog, Westcoast or Toto, Chicago, Trillion etc and knowing what bands you are into, Then It's not in the least bit surprising you hate this - pretty obvious really. Don't know why you would be surprised in me liking this one though???? Anyways - To each their own. For me - this is quality - for Geoff - Crap. 2 Opinions at the opposite end of the scale.


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