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Existing comments about this CD
|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: January 10, 2010 at 13:23|
|Another Grossi disc and another one that doesn't exactly blow me away. It is definitely alot better than the debut LA record, which I thought was very average, but I am still not convinced with this to be honest. Some of the songs on here are good, but for me, there is not alot of heart and soul on show, which makes the whole thing sound forced and a bit like a painting by numbers.
||Date: February 7, 2010 at 15:42|
|i am not ok with jez.i think the first album is a jewel of a o r.i am fan of a o r.but i understand hard rock fans who think that L A is too light.no big riffs like saxon or shakra for exemple.this new album follow the path of the first album.this is a hight class a or album with superiors melodies and a fantastic singer.my wife who is not like me a real hard rock fan love this cd s.simply she loves good music.i am french and i say "forza italia" congratulations to our italians friends who can be proud to have in their country L A a fantastic a o r project!!!!thimbs up!!!!!
||Date: February 10, 2010 at 19:51|
|I can kind of understand the no heart or soul comment but I don't know if that's because of Luppi's rather average voice and strong accent rather than an actual lack of sincerity. But to be honest I really don't care when the songs are this good. I liked the debut CD a lot and I like this one even better. In fact, I REALLY like this one. From track one through to track 11 there are good hooks, good melodies and just good to great tunes. Highly recommended to any fan of melodic rock / AOR.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: June 1, 2010 at 21:54|
|Better than the debut one for sure,at least is more consistent but wait,both albums are Top Notch ones!,in here Michele is still a killer of a singer,edgier yet melodic too.."Neverland" is great,"Nothing To Hide" is a very good song with nice choruses,"City Of Angels" and "Promises" are both highlights,"Wait For You" is a killer ballad,"Nowhere To Hide" and "Welcome To My Life" are also highlights..hope they release a third album soon!.95/100
||Date: January 13, 2014 at 12:59|
|a little add to my first comment.agree with geoff the singer have sometimes a strong accent.the accent that we have in south europe when we learn english at school.ok with rick this second effort is better than the first.like for the debut album i recommand the japan issue cause the bonus track is a fantastic song maybe the best of the record.!!!
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