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Artist: Manic Eden

Title: Manic Eden

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1994

Label: CNR Music

Catalog Number: 302243

Personnel

Ron Young vocals
Adrian Vandenberg guitars, keyboards
Rudy Sarzo bass
Tommy Aldridge drums

Tracks

1.  Can You Feel It  4:14
2.  Gimme a Shot  5:12
3.  Fire in My Soul  6:17
4.  Do Angels Die  5:39
5.  Pushing Me  4:32
6.  Dark Shade of Grey  4:45
7.  Keep it Coming  4:29
8.  When the Hammer Comes Down  5:42
9.  Ride the Storm  4:11
10.  Can't Hold It  3:59
  
Total Running Time:  49:00

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Existing comments about this CD

From: WhiteLion Date: September 20, 2001 at 9:52
Hats for Vandenberg! A great and groovy rock album with sharp vocals from the ex Little Ceaser singer.

From: Teo_3 Date: November 9, 2002 at 18:14
Excellent cd with great ballads."Do Angels Die" one of the best ballads out there!

From: MALLORCA´S ROCK Date: January 2, 2003 at 14:51
Solo decir que es uno de mis cd´s preferidos Destacar a Young

From: purrfect-kat Date: May 21, 2003 at 13:44
I really liked the song called "Dark Shade Of Grey" but as for the rest of it . . so/so

From: vikingo Date: January 27, 2004 at 16:36
demasiado tecnico

From: Rycheage Date: February 26, 2004 at 0:12
Better than average CD from an all star lineup with the lead singer from Little Caesar. "Do Angels Die" and "Dark Shade of Grey" highlight this disc. Better than the grunge that was out in 1994.

From: Lynchomaniac Date: May 1, 2004 at 10:35
A a groovy Bluesy Hardrock-classic!

From: Great Dane Date: May 1, 2004 at 14:04
A musical disaster. A V O I D.

From: Dave Date: June 30, 2004 at 8:04
A musical classic. BUY

From: jarett r. Date: October 15, 2004 at 1:32
rudy sarzo and tommy aldridge also both played with ozzy osbourne.

From: zld Date: May 14, 2005 at 7:02
Didn't like it at first, but nowadays i think it's great. Very basic raw bluesy hardrock like Free, Led Zeppelin and Grand funk. No extra's, no big chorus; just guitars ,drums, bass and vocals. Japan release comes with a bonustrack: "crossing the line" (great track)8/10

From: juan carlos Date: July 14, 2006 at 20:05
Exacto zld, lo he escuchado varias veces y me ha gustado mas y mas.. Claro que esto no es para fans del AOR ni melodicrock. Esto es hardrock bluesy seco y directo que recuerdan por momentos, aparte de los grupos que mencionó zld, a AC/DC o Ray Vaughan. Claro que para la mayoría, las mas "tranquilas" son las mejores como "Ride The Storm" "Do Angels Die" (Temazo!) y "Dark Shade Of Grey" (que balada!!). El resto es hardrock bluesístico que me encanta IMO. Cantante aceptable. 9/10

From: BIG-TIME Date: October 24, 2006 at 16:39
Oh dear! oh dear! oh dear! this Whitesnake trio dont make for a great band, and what an awfull album this is. This bluesy something or other is just not rock, I just cant stand this load of rubbish and people into this need shooting...KEEP ROCKIN ALL!!!

From: rockhardrock Date: April 23, 2009 at 9:08
whoo, what a great line up. when i listened to it the first time i didn't like it so much,but when i listened to it another time i started to like it, everytime i listen to it, it's just gettin better. it's great 90s hard rock with elements of blues, funk and groove. not as hard as little caesar. my favs: Can You Feel It, Do Angels Die (great ballad), Dark Shade of Grey, Keep it Coming and When the Hammer Comes Down.

From: Buitre Date: April 27, 2009 at 4:37
Hard, raw and bluesy cd. As this page gets more and more AOR orientated and this recording doesn´t fit this taste at all the overall rating does no justice to a very good work from an all star line up. My rating 85/100

From: andi Date: August 8, 2011 at 17:11
very very boring album!!!Nothing to do with hardrock!!

From: edwithmj Date: February 8, 2012 at 17:55
Very bluesy hard rock and it WORKS! Very listenable, catchy songs with a Badlands feel to it. Can You Feel It and Ride The Storm are stand outs for me.

From: JONBONPIGO Date: October 19, 2012 at 18:05
If you love any of the following bands classic albums... SKIDROW...CINDERELLA...GUNS N' ROSES...WHITELION....KISS...POISON...Do not search out this album I've listened to each song and I just can't find an instant keeper amongst them...I'm sure if I were to listen over and over and over... 1 song might imprint itself in my brain and get me to believe that familiarity means greatness...Alas...I probably won't be listening to this one again (Although..I never say Never) If you LOVE the vocals of Little Caesar lead vocalist Ron Young (I thoroughly enjoyed their albums)...then give it a listen, but otherwise I just suggest listening to Whitesnake Whitesnake for the 19th Billion Time....ROCK ON!!!!

From: 123charpenay Date: March 24, 2013 at 15:51
a dream team with the extraordinary ron young (little caesar) on vocals.absoluty not my cup of tea.too much blues.not for me sorry.no advice cause it s not "my music"

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: August 11, 2014 at 0:02
The AOR nuts hate it for its bluesiness, the party-rockers hate it for its relative mellowness. In the '70's-obsessed retro-fad of 1994, this should have doee better. The first comparison that comes to mind is Cry Of Love, but heavier in places, yet at the same time, the soft songs are softer, and overall, less of a Bad Company clone kind of vibe. Manic Eden is its own thing, owed in part to the inimitable Ron Young on vocals. Very soulful music, with excellent playing all around. "Do Angels Die" is a fantastic, melancholy ballad.

From: Rob Rocker Date: August 12, 2014 at 16:32
I usually like heavy blues based rock, and this is a "super group" of players, but the problem with Manic Eden is that there is not a "hook" to be found on the entire CD. I break it out every now and then, hoping that maybe I missed something, or maybe it's one of those albums that grows on you, but sadly there is nothing there.

From: hair metal again Date: September 25, 2017 at 8:15
very good release for MANIC EDEN back in 94 ,with an all star line up that makes you waiting for something explosive!BUT i think that this one was below expectations without being bad!classic hard rock sound with perfect production,& performance and some good songs here and there ,but no really big songs!enjoyable for sure


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