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Framework

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Category: AOR

Year: 2014

Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)

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Average Rating: 88 / 100 (19 ratings)

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Personnel
Lars Safsund vocals
Robert Sall guitars, keyboards
Herman Furin drums
Tracks
1.  Time To Let Go     Listen!
2.  How Will I Know?     Listen!
3.  Shout 'Till You Wake Up     Listen!
4.  Can't Let Go     Listen!
5.  How Do You Sleep at Night?     Listen!
6.  Over the Line     Listen!
7.  The Machine     Listen!
8.  Hold On to Love     Listen!
9.  Natalie     Listen!
10.  The Turning Point     Listen!
11.  My Waking Dream     Listen!

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From: DazBuFF Date: October 2, 2014 at 1:24
This cd is really good. I think this is their best effort so far

From: rick kerch vzla Date: October 4, 2014 at 14:21
Listening to this 3rd WOA release...it's a good one for sure but neither this release nor the previous one have overshadowed its debut which is a complete jewel IMHO(even though i rated "In Progress" with an almost top notch score, almost like the debut)...the act has continued in the same line in music style throughout the years,they have completely designed its sound(you can recognize it from miles away)..."Can't Let Go" is my fave but some other tracks such as 1,3,6,7(nice),8,9,11(nice) and the Japanese B/T "On The Edge Of Time" are also,and probably are,in many listener's book as well...90/100

From: MysticHealer Date: October 5, 2014 at 15:19
I really like this band. Can't think of many (if any) pure AOR recording bands with this much talent that are recording today. 'Framework' continues where the excellent 'In Progress' left off except with a little more guitars up in the mix. Some of the bands finest work yet appear on this release starting with the chugging riffs of 'Time To Let Go'. As always with a WOA album keys are to the fore but with 'How Will I Know' the guitars and thumping bass lines take over and bring out one belter of a tune. 'Can't Let Go' is typical Work Of Art featuring heavy on the keys and moves along at a cracking pace. 'The Machine' is an AOR gem of the highest order i kid you not, vocals and harmoies to die for and coming across like something W.E.T would do except with more keyboards to keep with the WOA sound. To sum up this is yet another excellent release by this darned good band and an album that deserves to be heard by fans of this genre. Buy it, You will not be disapointed.

From: ROBERT Date: October 8, 2014 at 13:10
MASTERPIECE, Very best Album of A.O.R.: 2014

From: tentacle Date: November 19, 2014 at 13:22
After 4 spins I'm still wondering what's the fuzz. Only tracks 1,2,3 and 7 have memorable and hooky choruses. Debut was great, In Progress was disappointing and this is just mediocre, corporate "Frontiers aor" by the book. Generic 2k10 sound is not for me. I prefer excellent new Miss Behaviour album over this. Bye bye WOA, you guys had a huge promise...

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From: Jez Date: November 19, 2014 at 16:36
The flag bearers of modern AOR return with there much awaited 3rd album. Over the course of the 3 releases, the formula has pretty much stayed the same, although this time around the guitars have been beefed up slightly in places, giving a slightly toughened up sound, but those magical keys and vocals are also still to the fore and the sound is unmistakably WOA. Personally, I found 'Framework' a step up from 'In Progress' and overall I think the material here is the strongest the band has come up with thus far. One slight niggle is that sometimes it all flows together too much and can sound quite samey, especially the more upbeat material, but when the material is this good, that seriously is only a minor flaw, in what is an expertly crafted slice of modern Westcoast AOR. WOA yet again come up trumps, thus proving with 'Framework', that they really are the leaders of the pack when it comes to this type of stuff.

From: aTomiK Date: January 27, 2015 at 11:09
This band is going downhill so fast it scares me. I remember having goosebumps all over the first time i heard their debut cd Artwork. It´s still fantastic stuff and always will be. The second cd In Progress had only 3-4 great tunes. And now this one... almost nothing. Obviously they still have the talent but the songwriting lack emotion and feel. The tunes on Framework are cold and soulless and i think that any second rate italian aor act could have wrote them. "My Waking Dream" is the only song that moves me. Maybe the band should slow down the tempo a bit, dig deep and try to find the hooks that made the debut so special. No offence, this is just how i feel.

From: Ponen Date: February 23, 2016 at 7:46
‘How do you sleep at night' is pure melodic bliss. One of my favourite tunes to this day. Overall its a good album. Plenty of catchy songs. I still think their debut album is their best effort. The jury s still out though.


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