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Artist: Fury

Title: Endangered Hearts

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Category: AOR

Year: 1988

Label: ZNE Records

Catalog Number: ?

Personnel

Bill Padley Vocals
Mark Owers Guitars
Steve Owers Bass
Rob Drayson Keyboards
John Martin Drums

Tracks

1.  Endangered Hearts  
2.  Faith and Control  
3.  Love, Love, Love  
4.  And I Live for You  
5.  Welcome to Love  
6.  I.C.U.  
7.  Twisted Lover  
8.  Silence  
9.  Winners  
10.  Eyes of Fire  
11.  I Need You So  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: juan carlos Date: January 17, 2008 at 21:55
Estos Fury(vaya que lío) hacen un AOR que tiene sus cositas pero nada que encandile demasiado. El sonido y el ritmo en "And I Live for You" me encanta, "Welcome to Love" es otra con una muy buena atmósfera o "Silence" que es otra que va en ese ritmo bien tranquilo, "Eyes of Fire" buena y el final en plan balada "I Need You So" mis favoritas en ese orden. Mención aparte el movidito "Winners" con sus bonitos teclados y coros o la inicial "Endangered Hearts" ok. Aceptable. 8/10

From: metalhead4life Date: September 1, 2009 at 11:55
I was lucky to find this one for $1 in mint condition and then sold it for $159.00 (had to do it because of the profit margin). I did make a CD-R before doing so. If it was something I really liked I would have kept it for sure. It's not bad if you like AOR. Actually has good production. I only briefly listened to it but it was kind of bland the whole way through - nothing really got me hooked or interested. The first track and Eyes Of Fire seem to be remembered. I'll have to give another listen one of these days to give a better review.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: May 12, 2010 at 21:39
Another album with a very high price but really not worth that much money...more than pure AOR this is more Pop with some Lite AOR included..."Endangered Hearts" is a good pop AOR track,"Love Love Love" is a good track too,"And I Live For You" is smooth,"Welcome To Love" is a nice ballad,a highlight of the album,"I.C.U" is really cool,"Twisted Lover" sounds like U2's Where The Street Has No Names,"Silence" yes,this one is AOR and is an excellent song,"Winners" is another goodie..for the likes of Little America and Nuclear Valdez (their second album)..83/100

From: happy2849 Date: October 8, 2010 at 0:38
Got this one about a year ago for next to nothing! It was ok for an indie but just did not do anything for me. While a few tracks had some value, I found it a little to lite and mostly average AOR at best. Sold it to get something I do like!

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From: whiplash1972 Date: March 8, 2011 at 10:26
Can someone out there who owns this one please verify the band members? Provide instruments if they are included? Thanks.

From: Leykis101 Date: March 6, 2014 at 23:44
NO! cause nobody really owns it!! LOL but you can fly over to ebay and donate or flush a mere $1000 for it, and provide yourself with the band member names, glad I could help, your welcome. http://www.ebay.com/itm/FURY-Endangered-Hearts-1988-Mega-Rare-AOR-Org-ZNE-Records-ROMEO-TOPAZ-MAGNUM-/251457102368?pt=Music_CDs&hash=item3a8c02e220

From: MysticHealer Date: March 7, 2014 at 5:08
I have this on cdr, wish i had the proper thing though as i would sell it instantly for ludicrous amounts of money. Realistically this thing should sell for $1 as the quality is pretty awful. I have heard local bands down the pub that are better than this. It should be a bargain basement thing. There is not a single song on this release that is anywhere near being very good let alone great. Whoever bought this for that amount of money must be totally and utterly insane, or has more money than sense.

From: Grimlord Date: October 31, 2017 at 11:13
This is a nice AOR CD with a few 80s Synth Pop influences and it's extremely hard to find. Not a masterpiece but not as bad as most comments up here suggest. You gotta take into account: this was released in 1988 when only a very select few indie bands were pressing CDs. Strange enough it was never released on vinyl - only cassette and CD (the CD was limited to 500 copies according to the guitar player). The band member info for this one is completely wrong though. It belongs to a UK band called Fury who isn't really happy that they get mixed up with these guys from the US. The correct line up was: Gregory Westmoreland – Lead Vocals, Keyboards Steve Weiss – Guitars Tim Rodney Lewis – Bass, Vocals Lance Hyland Stark – Drums, Backing Vocals Kirk Kelsey – Keyboards, Guitars


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