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Artist: Myland

Title: Light of a New Day

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2011

Label: Point Music

Catalog Number: 23704

Personnel

Paolo Morbini drums
Hox Martino guitar
Davide Faccio keyboards
Fabian Andrechen bass
Franco Campanella vocal

Tracks

1.  Living in the Magic     Listen
2.  Love Hurts So Bad     Listen
3.  Never Care for the Future     Listen
4.  Flyng Higher     Listen
5.  In Your Eyes     Listen
6.  Dancing in the Moonlight     Listen
7.  Never Stop Screaming Rock     Listen
8.  Hey You     Listen
9.  Shattered Dreams     Listen
10.  Fire Burn Desire     Listen
11.  Wherever You Go     Listen
12.  Stand Up Tonight     Listen

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From: Jez Date: June 21, 2011 at 16:04
Loved their last album and still play it fairly often, so was really looking forward to hearing this new one. Pretty much a different band that recorded 'No Man's Land', so the sound is a little different and I will say that the songs aren't quite as good overall. Still an enjoyable album, with good songs that will get plenty of spins, but not on par with the last one.

From: 123charpenay Date: September 6, 2011 at 13:19
great italian aor.but this cd is not at my taste.not enough guitars,the solos are very average,the musicals breaks sounds shy and a little prog.nothing extraordinary.not a bad album but i will not wake up in the middle of the night for myland.nevertheless for fans i recommand the japan import with 1 bonus track who is at the same level than the rest.

From: Reverend Mayhem Date: January 26, 2013 at 15:01
Nice effort, but could have been so much better. Modern AOR with incredible production (great guitar and drum sounds) -- however, I dislike the vocalist quite a bit; nothing to do with his accent, just not a very good voice. I enjoy a lot of the piano work throughout. The songs have some nice originality -- if not quirkiness -- here and there, not just the same old predictable AOR stuff, which is cool. I wanted to like this a lot more than the weaker elements would let me. I can't help but believe that if Michele Luppi (keeping it an all-Italian affair) had been involved as vocalist it would have been killer. As it is, it falls short. 78 / 100

From: 123charpenay Date: February 19, 2013 at 12:10
hi friends.go on you tube and scearch myland "rock me shake me".a super song a hit inspired by bon jovi (slippery when wet period).


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