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Artist: Pleasure Dome

Title: For Your Personal Amusement

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2008

Label: Escape Music

Catalog Number: ESM175

Personnel

Ted Poley vocals
Dave Tsien guitars
Ed Avila bass
Charlie Calv keyboards
John Hummel drums

Tracks

1.  For Your Personal Amusement  1:30
2.  Trapped  4:07
3.  One & Only  4:20
4.  The Aura That Surrounds You  3:42
5.  Praying for a Miracle  3:11
6.  Always Tomorrow  4:10
7.  Love Is a Game  3:43
8.  Seems Like a Dream  3:46
9.  I Won't Cry  4:57
10.  Return to Zero  3:46
11.  (Who Will) Save the World  4:50
12.  For Your Personal Amusement Reprise  1:40
  
Total Running Time:  43:42

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Existing comments about this CD

From: juan carlos Date: July 28, 2008 at 1:03
Good/Ok Modern Melodic Rock album. I expected a little bit more with this release because i am a huge fan of Ted Poley, i havenīt found a Killer Song. "Praying for a Miracle" and "One & Only" are my faves. 7.8/10

From: YNGWIEVIKING Date: July 30, 2008 at 2:49
Mixed feelings with this one !78/100 I was a big PROPHET/SHOTGUN SYMPHONY supporter back in the days , i still rate the last works by TED POLEY very HIGH ...but sometimes the songs are just OK ,and it seems that mr POLEY was not at the top of his game while recording this ! On the other hand some tracks are better and the charm of the DANGER DANGER frontman is working but i think the prod. is killing the good things ! The mix is OK , but the recording itself is cheap and the drums are very separate and not HOMOGENEOUS with the others instrument ! About TED's Vocals , they could have been better but it's not a disaster like the MELODICA things ,so just average IMHO And the cover is UGLY as possible , a very poor black & white booklet too !

From: Geoff Date: November 18, 2008 at 20:33
Not Ted's best project, but there are a few good songs here. 'One & Only' is my pick of the album, and the production job is killer too. Song-wise, this is probably the weakest album I've heard with Poley on vocals, but it's still pretty good.


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