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Category: Pop/Westcoast AOR
Label: Toshiba/EMI (Japan)
Catalog Number: CP32-5730
|1.||Girl Like You||4:17|
|3.||Lonely in Each Others Arms||3:55|
|4.||Who's Missing Who||4:09|
|5.||Thinking of You||3:53|
|6.||Caught in a Crossfire||4:45|
|7.||Rock An a Stone||4:44|
|Total Running Time:||37:57|
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|From: peter-poland||Date: November 26, 2008 at 14:21|
|Nice AOR with a touch westcoast and hi-tech. Like Think Out Loud, Diamond in the Rough, Dan Lucas or Metropolis. Albums starts with "Girl Like You" which a very good example of 80s AOR.There's a cover of I-Ten's "Lonely in Each Others Arms". It has it ups and downs, but it's a good, and rare(released only in Japan) AOR album.|
|From: Photochromic Steve||Date: February 17, 2009 at 18:17|
|I was racking my brain to remember who this lot sounded like - I eventually came up with Breathe - best known for "Hands to Heaven". It's a bit boppy in places but not too bad.|
|From: juan carlos||Date: December 25, 2009 at 13:10|
|Good AOR with some hi-techPOP orientation, uff you could mention many bands like Climb, Think Out Loud is the best reference here imo. "Girls Like You" (my fav song), "Thinking of You" and "Lonely in Each Other Arms" are the best songs. 8/10|
|From: Delbert||Date: January 2, 2010 at 14:08|
|What you'll hear is exciting westcoast style AOR in the vein of I-TEN, BRIDGE 2 FAR, and WEST OF SUNSET. As an added bonus, there are guest vocal appearances by Lou Gramm (FOREIGNER), Mitch Malloy and Geddy Lee (RUSH). Keyboards are handled by David Rosenthal ( ex: RED DAWN, RAINBOW) as an added treat. A very impressive release that will delight all lovers of the genre.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: June 15, 2010 at 21:09|
|Exact description!..Pop/Westcoast AOR and also some Lite AOR moments..this lot sounded like a band named Bourgeois Tagg( a duo from the mid 80's).."Girl Like You" is a fave,like it,"Adult Situations" has a very cool drum beat,a cool track indeed,"Who's Missing Who" in here is where u can hear the similarities with the duo i mentioned,this one is a fave along with basically the rest of the songs..."Thinking Of You","Caught In A Crossfire" and "Try On" this one is a highlight..."Chance" is a very good song...a decent album 4 sure......85/100|
|From: DazBuFF||Date: January 17, 2017 at 0:43|
|yea!!! they just re released this with the bonus song an instrumental version of a girl like you. just ordered it|
|From: jfox66||Date: August 26, 2021 at 5:07|
|Yes, the music is good but, I think the most amazing fact is that the drummer was a professional baseball player. Warren Cromartie played for the Montreal Expos until he became a free agent after the 1983 season. He signed with the Yomiuri Giants of the Japanese league. That's where he met Joe Hamilton and Climb was born. Yes, they may be from the USA but, the band was formed in Japan. The album was originally only released in Japan. It features guest appearances from Lou Gramm And Geddy Lee.|
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