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Label: CBS/ Sony (Japan)
Catalog Number: 32DP 586
|3.||Take Me Away|
|5.||Something's Gonna Happen|
|7.||Reckless And Wild|
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|From: Delbert||Date: November 25, 2007 at 11:27|
|This gem is in a higher league than even the outstanding Glen Burtnick "Talking In Code", Laurence Archer "LA", and Brett Raymond "Only Love". Jaw-dropping AOR dripping in rich melodies & hooks that will have you wetting your trousers more than once. The opening song "Shotgun Shy" with it's super tight crisp sound, sharp guitar licks, smooth vocals will make you wonder how could Thommy Price and Kasim Sultan (ex-Utopia) go virtually unnoticed. What truly amazes me is every song is a winner.|
|From: Delbert||Date: November 25, 2007 at 11:28|
|Tracks like "Lights On", "Shana", "Stories" make you feel such an incredible 80's high, you'd swear 1986 was back again! Steve Stevens' (Atomic Playboys) influence and contribution is felt and heard throughout the entire CD. Everything you could possibly want is right here...smokin' guitar riffs, bombastic production, killer catchy tunes, flawless vocals, excellent keys which translates into AOR bliss.|
|From: ashen_light||Date: July 7, 2008 at 11:00|
|Very light and a bit whimpy-clearly not my cup of tee, however I can see why Delbert is raving about this one: top-notch production, great lyrics, memorable and ultra-catchy keyboard driven tunes and choruses. Definitely RARE and definitely worth checking out: LIGHTS ON, SHOTGUN SHY and SOMETHING'S GOTTA HAPPEN are killers!! I can hear Glen Burtnick's Talking in Code especially on TAKE ME AWAY; Stage Dolls-S/T in SOMETHING'S GOTTA HAPPEN( probably because of accoustic guitar links). By the way, whoever submitted this CD missed one song: TRACK 2 is called No Radio No TV.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: April 21, 2010 at 20:50|
|Relaxing album,the one you can enjoy while drinking a cup a coffee and eating some cookies..the price is quite expensive though the album offer just some standart tracks,good but nothing more...my faves tracks are "Take Me Away","Something's Gonna Happen","Stories" and "Reckless & Wild" then an excellent song is "Heaven's Girl"..Sulton's voice reminded me of Michael Hutchence of Inxs and Billy Idol when singing edgier...84/100|
|From: juan carlos||Date: April 28, 2010 at 12:16|
|Oh yeah You are Right ASHEN_LIGHT, rare but nothing is impossible to find(i grabbed this one a long time ago) and nice AOR, yeah someone missed one song: track 2.-No Radio No Tv(cool poppy AOR) but my fav track here is "Shana". Good AOR. 8.5/10 Come on Inter! today you´re gonna be the Winner!|
|From: z4roxx||Date: April 30, 2010 at 13:28|
|It's a long time I didn't hear a bad disc like this one.One of the worst and anonymous aor album of the history.I can't comment the NOTHING,it's impossible.Ebay rate price is right,maybe it's the price someone must pay me to hear again the disc ahahahahahah|
|From: halfordhughes||Date: December 13, 2011 at 3:30|
|very gooooood aor!!!|
|From: Kim HP||Date: September 11, 2012 at 17:23|
|z4roxx; i see where you're coming from mate. It's a bit anonymous sounding at times. But these guys certainly got the sound pinned down, with great guitars and keys all over. Certainly not a classic, but pretty consistent stuff with a few standouts. Love the classic AOR cover too :-)|
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