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Label: Atominus (Finland)
Catalog Number: ATOCD 001
|4.||Too Late to Wonder Why||3:50||Listen|
|5.||Best of Both Worlds||4:00||Listen|
|6.||Knock Myself Out||3:32||Listen|
|8.||Not a Number||3:57||Listen|
|9.||Moon My Friend||4:08||Listen|
|11.||Streets of Common People||5:26||Listen|
|Total Running Time:||44:02|
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|From: backster||Date: April 16, 2008 at 8:53|
|Yep. Great cd. It perhaps takes a couple of spins to truly get into this but once you do (if!), it rocks. The song Knock Yourself Out is the only one that don't exactly fits to the rest of the album. Pekka sure has a great voice - even in his earlier days - and this cd is in my Top 10 list at the moment. I also dare to put Cashmir in the same league as Pekka's Brother Firetribe/Leverage. Clearly a 9/10 album.|
|From: Delbert||Date: December 23, 2009 at 14:24|
|I recently picked up a copy of this "jewel" off E Bay. Pekko Heino's voice and style makes this one a clone of Brother Firetribe and Leverage......and that ain't bad!!! I've listened to it over and over and have decided it is really infectious melodic AOR. Besides the tracks offered here, there are some unreleased tracks out and about that I was able to get that are essential. This CD IS NOT for completist....this is a necessary addition to your collection if you loved Brother Firetribe or Leverage. How this dissappeared under the radar for all this time is a mystery to me. I highly recommend this CD and it is very worth the time and effort to track down a copy.|
|From: juan carlos||Date: December 23, 2009 at 20:32|
|Hey! i want this CD too, where did you find it? iīve just listened all the samples and i loved the songs! i wrote to Pekka but i guess he cannot help me.|
|From: jstoyz||Date: January 30, 2010 at 23:59|
|I really have very little to say about this album that hasn't already been stated above. To sum it up in 3 words- It is OUTSTANDING! I suppose that somewehere, someplace, and at some point in the past, Pekka Heino participated in a less than stellar project, but I have yet to find such an endeavor. 9/10 at the very least.....Of course, as w/Brother Firetribe, this is '80s era hard AOR with some modern touches, so it's likely not all AOR enthusiasts will share my excitement......Jeff.|
|From: juan carlos||Date: April 17, 2010 at 23:55|
|Donīt get me wrong but i was expected for more about this album, too modern sound for me, this has nothing to do with AOR imo, yeah, great voice of Pekka but the music is just good, no more, "Streets of Common People" is the ballad, good one. Itīs rare indeed but no more! sorry the legend the pitiful.. 8/10|
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