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Nowhere Land

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Category: Melodic Hard Rock / Prog

Year: 2006

Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)

Catalog Number: none

Average Rating: 88 / 100 (31 ratings)

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Personnel
Terry Brock lead and backing vocals
Mike Slamer guitars, bass, keyboards, backing vocals
Chet Wynd drums, backing vocals
Billy Greer background vocals
Tracks
1.  Nowhere Land  6:14   Listen!
2.  Strength to Carry On  5:17   Listen!
3.  Not in Love  6:18   Listen!
4.  Come to Me  8:04   Listen!
5.  Higher Ground  5:03   Listen!
6.  Jaded  5:15   Listen!
7.  Beyond the Pale  5:18   Listen!
8.  Runaway  5:05   Listen!
9.  Audio Illusion  4:41   Listen!
10.  Perfect Circle  4:07   Listen!
11.  Superstar  6:35   Listen!
  
Total Running Time:  61:57

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From: Heavy.AOR Date: September 14, 2006 at 7:24
BRILLIANT 10/10.FU*K*NG very very good AOR/Melodic HR.Superb Terry voice "Strength to Carry On".Very good stuff. One on best this year.

From: Lennie Date: September 14, 2006 at 11:21
God, Im jealous of anyone who's already gotten a hold of this disc! Mine is due in roughly 2 weeks time and im counting the hours. Love every release that Slamer has been involved with and i'm convinced this will be no different.

From: Helix Date: September 14, 2006 at 11:23
This cd is ok if you like AOR. The song that stuck out the most on this cd is superstar.

From: Aorforever Date: September 26, 2006 at 4:02
One word of this album: FANTASTIC. Also the first album of Sunstorm, great ballads!

From: rocket Date: September 26, 2006 at 7:25
You really can't go wrong with Slamer on guitar and Terry Brock on vocals.Awesome release."Jaded" is simply superb.

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From: Jez Date: September 29, 2006 at 6:16
Another great album and definately one of the best discs Frontiers have released so far in a mostly good/great back catologue. Super songs again (as with Sunstorm) especially 'Higher Ground', 'Jaded' and my two clear highlights, the fantastic 'Beyond The Pale' & 'Come To Me'. Slamer is Top class, Brock is Top class, Sound & Mix are top class - Hell! the whole thing is Top Class. Buy in complete confidence.

From: Lennie Date: October 2, 2006 at 7:58
One word : STUNNING. This is my album of the year 06 (so far). Musically this sits somewhere between Steelhouse Lane and Seventh Key and IMHO is probably about the best that Slamer has played on any album. Add to that a killer set of songs, Brock's vocals totally awesome and a production to die for, sums up to a monstrous AOR/melodic hard rock album. It's difficult to single out highlights as repeated listens throw up new favs each time, but.....cont......

From: Lennie Date: October 2, 2006 at 8:02
cont..special mention goes to 'Not in Love' which features a fantastic guitar lead intro, and a chorus that would make Journey proud. Slamer's playing on this album reminded of Schon actually esp towards the end on 'Audio Illusion' and 'Perfect Circle'. Other highlights are the knockout duo of 'Jaded' and 'Higher Ground'. 'Jaded' must be a contender for AOR song of the year..glorious harmonies! In short an essential purchase. 9.8/10

From: TIM (2) Date: October 4, 2006 at 7:04
This is a classy release - as ever from Slamer,albeit with a more Progressive element than the Seventh Key or Steelhouse Lane projects. Brock is on fire,& the harmony vocals & lead guitar work are just stunning. "Come to Me" & the mighty "Jaded" are my faves, but only "Strength..." & "Superstar" are close to average. The instrumental indulgences & 5/6-minute songs may not be to everyones tastes (including mine),but there's more than enough quality to keep most AOR/MHR fans interested. 9/10.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: October 4, 2006 at 18:56
Very Good MHR/AOR album, algunos toques Prog pero mayormente en el rubro dicho, Terry y Mike extraordinarios que voz y que destreza con la guitarra, el plato fuerte del album son las baladas Jaded, Strength to Carry On, Beyond the Pale, Runaway personalmente lo mejor del album, el resto de temas mas en onda Hard Melodica y Hard Rock de los cuales Perfect Circle es mi favorita, otro de los buenisimos albums de este 2006 que esta sorprendiendo 8.5/10 y otro posible disco del a๑o.

From: masmusic Date: October 6, 2006 at 10:19
I must be listenening to a different Cd, This release is good but I wouldn't say it is great. I was expecting something a little better. The best track is Higher Ground. All the rest sounds like the same usual AOR! Nothing Special!! 6/10

From: Aorforever Date: October 6, 2006 at 18:10
Masmusic.. suck my dig! This is a FUCKING GREAT AOR ALBUM!

From: Heavy.AOR Date: October 7, 2006 at 12:27
Aorforever very nice talk hahahaha

From: Aorforever Date: October 7, 2006 at 17:13
, he said: 6/10 <--- LOL he is a fucking faggot! This cd is 10/10

From: swriter Date: October 21, 2006 at 17:23
man, what a great hard rock release, and my second fav of the year next to Sunstorm, wow, what great songs, normally longer songs would put me off in this genre, but they do not seem long while listening, favs are Runaway, Jaded, Superstar, Not in Love, and Hground, fantabulous release of hard rock with some cool acoustic things and some cool slightly prog moments, WOW

From: ferstyx Date: November 16, 2006 at 11:49
Fantastico, no hay mas que decir; ojala salieran mas discos como estos. Y junto con el Sunstorm mis favoritos. Aun no escucho el ultimo de Pretty Maids

From: meradona Date: November 18, 2006 at 3:49
buenisimo, esto si es hard rock , un discazo , el mike slamer se sale con la guitarra, disco de 9

From: Geoff Date: November 22, 2006 at 23:39
I like this, but sadly I'm 'Not in love' with it. Nice song too. It's definately more Seventh Key than Steelhouse Lane. The melodies are mind-blowing, as is the musicianship. That's not in question. But the songs just don't grip me as much as Slamer usually does. 'Jaded' is excellent and my fave, but the best of the rest ('Come to me'?) just take too long to get started and IMO the hooks needed to come quicker and more prevalent for this release to really hit the nail on the head. Good album.

From: Melo Date: December 1, 2006 at 0:52
PURE MAGIC !

From: prowler Date: December 2, 2006 at 17:09
great album!10/10.melodic, some prog tunes that make it more interesting.my favourites are: runaway, jaded, beyond the pale.i think here's no fillers on this album anyway - every time you listen to this, you like the album more.pure magic.

From: Carlos A. Date: December 14, 2006 at 17:21
Solido hardrock/aor,contiene muy buenos temas...pero evoca de inmediato a Seventh Key(este parece como su tercer disco) y Steelhouse Lane debido a la enorme influencia de Slamer en el arreglo de coros y su clasico papel de guitar-hero....todo lo cual deja un evidente sabor a continuismo, mencion aparte al mago Terry Brock solo en un par de temas goza de protagonismo en lo demas temas su voz esta escondida en los coros o mas parece el background de Billy Greer. espero algo mejor de Slamer & Co.

From: ROBERT Date: December 14, 2006 at 19:50
Atencion a JADED!!! Mi Super Favorita!!

From: Retro Date: December 14, 2006 at 22:41
todos estos albums los pueden bajar con la mula gracias a los rateros de spanishare a koper y todos sus savandijas hijos de puta que roban de otros estos discos, todos los hispanos que comentan aca se los bajan facil y se las dan de conocedores que buena jaja porque no comentan discos que no estan en la mula????!!! simple porque no lo tienen solo opinan cosas que se pueden bajar bah por verguenza ya ni comenten pero no tienen verguenza asi que lo seguiran haciendo tira de ratas gilipollas

From: Carlos A. Date: December 15, 2006 at 12:43
Habla retro por lo visto sabes bajar musica...porque no nos ense๑as a hacerlo so necio??!! y si eres espa๑ol deberia darte verguenza de escribir sabandija con "V" ...anda sigue bajando tu musica tazon de mierda.

From: Retro Date: December 15, 2006 at 14:10
HABLA CARLOTA TU BAJAS MAS AUN Y ESCRIBO SABANDIJA CON "B" PORQUE ERES UNA TREMENDA RATA DE DESAGUE AAJAJAJA JAMAS VERE UN COMENTARIO TUYO EN UN ALBUM QUE NO EXISTA EN LA RED PORQUE ESO ES LO UNICO QUE SABES HACER BAJARLOS Y QUE TE DUELA PORQUE ES LA VERDAD JAMAS VERE COMENTARIOS TUYOS O DE TUS COLEGAS LOS CARLOS EN DISCOS QUE NO SE PUEDAN BAJAR DE LA RED ASI QUE NO LES QUEDA OTRA QUE COMENTAR LO BAJADO Y FACIL DE UBICAR EN LA RED EL RESTO DEJENLO A LOS EXPERTOS

From: Metalmusicman Date: December 29, 2006 at 17:54
If know Mike Slamer's body of work, then you know what this brilliant guitarist/songwriter brings to the table each and every time he enters a recording studio. This project is no different as it draws musiclly from all his previous work, but goes deeper than that this time around. Perhapse it's because the moniker bares his namesake alone. Maybe that why the songs are alittle more self indulgent musiclly. It does take a while for some of these tracks to take flight, but once they do, cont...

From: Metalmusicman Date: December 29, 2006 at 17:59
It is a beautiful ride into a musical bliss!!! All the trademark guitar work is here and those huge, infectious choruses that just grab and suck you in are around every corner, ready to stike. If you liked Seventh Key, Steelhouse Lane, or any of the other projects Mike has involved himself with, you will find yourself very much enjoying this fantastic release (longwinded at times or not).

From: juan carlos Date: February 1, 2007 at 22:53
Brock y Slamer, imposible que saquen algo malo juntos. Ahora, hay temas que tienen un toque progresivo que me recuerda a D. Theater por momentos, a los amantes del prog. le caerแ de perillas. En primera dir้ que mi favorita es "Come To Me" en donde Terry me recuerda horrores a Steve Perry y aparte que este suena a Journey total, ah y Mike se manda un solo... La 2,3,5 y 6 mis otras favoritas. Gran disco sin duda. Mi favorita del 2006 es el "V" de Street Talk IMO. Saludos. 8.8/10

From: Melodiker Date: March 26, 2007 at 10:07
For me,this is the ultimate CD of 2006 Stuff with class and style. My english is not good enough to find the right words ! Slamer & Brock,thats the right formula ! Thx to the boys,for the GREAT MUSIC ! 12\10 Points Please give me more !!!

From: z4roxx Date: October 7, 2007 at 10:37
Goddess music,one of the finest albums in lats years for me.Mike Slamer is one of the biggest names ever in melodick rock scene,hoint with a great T.Brock performance and awesome musicianship you'll obtain a bomb like this"Nowhere land"cd.Marvelous one,great and fresh/evergreen melodies,it's incredible but in 2006 artists like M.Slamer try to make original ideas with a great result as in this case,10/10!!!!

From: YNGWIEVIKING Date: October 7, 2007 at 13:36
huge CD 91/100 even if I still love more any STEELHOUSE LANE or SEVENTH KEY record ! But it's still better than a lot of so called AOR band out there without any idea of what an hard rock song is about ! MIKE SLAMER is a TRUE GENIUS any records with him it's worth checking ! Same thing with TERRY BROCK ....BUY or listen crap music !

From: BIG-TIME Date: May 27, 2009 at 11:53
This is a very average album, only 1 or 2 tracks made me want to listen. To many balady, keyboard chord (boring pad sounds), accustic guitar filled tunes, it's got that mid-late 90's-2000 rock progression sound like Sha-Boom (2005) or Childs Play, Strykken, Anxiety, and Neverland... Just not into it at all. Stick to Strangways for that 80's sound! Terry as always is great but this albums sucks bad... KEEP ROCKIN ALL!!!

From: JOVIAOR Date: July 19, 2011 at 16:50
Who could believe that someone could deliever AOR like this these days? A true masterpiece of an album!!!! Buy or die!!!

From: rocksoul Date: May 13, 2012 at 13:36
I thought a work more strong in the veins of Steelhouse lane. Great Slamer's job but this is not a new. One of the most special guitar players without a boubt. Good sound, good guitar works, good vocals but.......it seams it needs something to be a great huge job.


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