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||Date: April 7, 2007 at 13:04|
|Finally here on the site!Erik this was one of the goodest indie bands from Holland I did recommend you years ago.Fantastic aor with more hard rock influences and keys,good voice and very interesting songs,not a single filler,I can recommend this cd.8.5/10!
|From: Rafo Phoenix
||Date: June 5, 2007 at 14:51|
|Good-Decent Melodic Rock, sorry Andrea, mas Melodic Rock que AOR y el estilo lo dice un album que tiene 4 buenos cortes "Someone's Calling, Who's Sorry Now(estos los mejores si saben de estilo y gusto asi es), Bound To Fall, Teardrops(estos 2 ultimos entre lo regular y bueno los 2 primeros mencionados son los que mandan)" los otros 3 son como una especie de relleno y bajan sobremanera el album asi que darle puntuacion no es necesaria ya uds veran, este puede esperar.
||Date: June 6, 2007 at 5:09|
|Andrea i have not heard it yet but i will try and find it on emule first
||Date: June 9, 2007 at 13:27|
|Rafo,try to give another chance to this mini cd or Ep or short cd(ahahah),I feel good/great intents from these guys!!!Ok it's not the best cd heard but in the indie panorama I think it worths the purchase if you find for an"human"price.....
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: October 25, 2010 at 21:20|
|For me guys this mini album is just plain and simple...only 4 songs out of the 7 caught my attention(which is quite acceptable for a release that consist in only 7 tracks) but honestly this is really nothing to kill for..."Someone's Callig" is a quite good starter,"Agressive" ,"Who's Sorry Now" kinda highlight & "Do You Feel Funky?" this one is pretty indeed,reminded me of Roxanne's "Play That Funky Music" cover...anyway a matter of tastes but it seems that the right direction is like listen to it but do not hesitate too much about it...80/100
||Date: May 16, 2014 at 13:46|
|I really like the opening song - "Someone's Calling" - with its original sound, clever keyboards, and varied guitar work. Maybe it's a little like a thinking man's version of Danish band SKAGARACK. The rest of the CD is more standard Euro melodic rock. If you dig bands like TALISMAN and BONFIRE, or even EUROPE you'll lap this up.... It's a little predictable, but the well delivered and well constructed track, "Who's Sorry Now" stands out and moves closer to ZENO or FAIR WARNING.
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