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Label: H.I.T. Avenue Records
Catalog Number: 25GD-7013
|1.||Take Me Back|
|2.||The Love Beat|
|3.||Into the Night|
|5.||I'll Do Anything for You|
|6.||Tell me Now|
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|From: juan carlos||Date: June 13, 2008 at 23:30|
|Another great AOR mini-album made by John Warren with Hi-Tech Pop influences, a good example is the entitled "Take Me Back". "The Love Beat" this song reminded of "Silent Running"(Mike & The Mechanix) a lot). "Into the Night" catchy song, nice tune and good solo(Harmonica and Guitar) with a pomp feeling on the chorus. "Carry On" my favorite AOR song here!. "I'll Do Anything for You" a semi-ballad , what a voice! similar to Steve Overland. "Tell me Now" great uptempo song that finishes the album in an excellent way. Super-Recommended. 9.4/10|
|From: Rafo Phoenix||Date: July 23, 2008 at 11:10|
|Yes Great Hi-Tech/AOR mini album i remember 3 years ago when Champions A 1 was talking with me about this mini from John Warren, my fav song for the perfect style without doubt is Carry On a song with a lot of energy!|
|From: peter-poland||Date: September 25, 2008 at 9:23|
|His most "hi-tech" album.AOR with a touch of westcoast and a touch of pop. Again for fans of Tim Feehan, Eric Martin (I think about his solo albums from the 80s)and first Robert Tepper album.|
|From: qwest||Date: November 17, 2009 at 14:48|
|Really good staff indeed..|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: March 27, 2010 at 21:04|
|Very good AOR Pop album for the likes of Jack Wagner and Glenn Frey (The Eagles fame)..."Take Me Back" is a good starter as i said AOR/POP,"The Love Beat" the name says it all and in fact i love the beat of this track,a highlight of the album,a very good song indeed "Into The Night" is AOR by the 4 sides also a highlight is "Carry On" another goodie "I'll Do Anything For You" is a smooth track and the last song "Tell Me Now" closes the album excellently,AOR with a very good chorus...AOR/POP and some Lite AOR too i'd say is what you find in here...85/100|
|From: newscandi||Date: October 10, 2011 at 16:08|
|A Nice one as the two follow ups are Very good AOR with a scandi feeling to them.|
|From: majkipajki||Date: May 29, 2014 at 9:58|
|An essential album for any serious Aor-collector. So is the other two following albums. High class Aor, sometimes hi-Tech, awesome songs and almost none fillers.|
|From: Marcel Torres||Date: July 26, 2014 at 0:47|
|Really a very very very good EP! I think every song here has it's highlight. The Love Beat I could imagine Outside Edge playing in magnificent More Edge CD such similarity in style. Great one! Into The Night, Damn, full type of song that we could easily find at old movies in the 80's. Great AOR in it's full essence. Very good Rocker song! Carry On, simple, but very effective ... and Tell Me Now closes brilliantly. Essential for any AOR fan. Essential for any fan of AOR|
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