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|1.||Power of the Music|
|3.||Should've Been Gone|
|4.||Who Do You Run To|
|5.||Can't Stop the Angels|
|6.||Same But Different|
|7.||Anytime At All|
|10.||Lonely Without You|
|11.||Can't Get Away|
|12.||World Keeps Turning|
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|From: Jez||Date: April 16, 2011 at 10:06|
|One of the UK's lost bands of the AOR era return with a brand spanking new 12 track album, featuring impressively, the same lineup that recorded during the mid 80's. First noticeable difference here obviously is the slightly more guitar orientated, less 80's keyboard sound that they went with previously. Think maybe a more punchy, less keyboard orientated 101 South and also the excellent Virginia Wolf in spots aswell, for a rough idea. There are some good songs on here, especially 'Undivided'(nice dut dut keys), 'Any Time At All', 'Who Do You Run To' ballad 'Lonely Without You', 'World Keep Turning' and 'Can't Get Away' (great chorus), although I must admit, I enjoyed mostly all of the tunes on here and there are no real clunkers. For a self released/produced disc this sounds quite good too, a nice punchy live sound (although the drums are a little lumpy & weak in spots) with some nice keys, subtle solos and a generally good vocals throughout.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: August 23, 2011 at 21:29|
|In agreement with Jez comment..i think he said it all ...only adding my faves "Power Of The Music","Undivided","Should've Been Gone"(nice),"Who Do You Run To"(great!),"Same But Different"(great!),"Without Love"(great!) & "World Keeps Turning"...enjoyable come back indeed...91/100|
|From: hair metal again||Date: May 28, 2014 at 3:27|
|excellent come back release by the very fine MORITZ!the sound is great ,"empty" and not so plastic as most of nowadays releases!the songwriting is truly fantastic and reveals their exceptional talent!not much to say ,the mighty MORITZ is back and we die hard fans smile!|
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