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Label: Sony International
Catalog Number: ck 80387
|1.||Let It Fly||3:57|
|3.||You & I||3:54|
|4.||Break the Chain||4:30|
|6.||So Visible (Easy To Miss)||4:19|
|9.||Above the Trees||4:21|
|12.||Everytime You Smile||3:46|
|Total Running Time:||48:26|
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|From: Rafo Phoenix||Date: July 26, 2010 at 23:31|
|Another Good Job in the same line as the previous one! "You & I, So Visible, Jade & Above the Trees" best songs IMO, thanks to the people of Heavy Harmonies for this Great artist! 75/100.|
|From: MetalllianStallion||Date: April 21, 2011 at 7:15|
|Rafo Phoenix, no need to get anybody else involved in your COREY GLORY. Thank yourself or your SPAM warrior sidekick Rick, as you appear to be the only 2 dudes who love all things Corey Hart. I would guess it's you 2 who flood HH with a majority of the album submissions of pop artists(Cher, Mr. Mister,ect)? Pull up Corey on wiki or countless other websites where critics rate Hart in the New Wave, Pop rock genre, but what do music critics know? The track 'I wear my 'ear plugs' at night' is passable as AOR, but the rest of his catalog isn't even close IMO. Rick recently mentioned Donny Osmond and George Michaels in a 'Go For It' review. Might as well submit them next as I would guess there's a 50/50 chance of approval. How come Phil Collins isn't on this site yet? Get to work boys.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: April 21, 2011 at 12:50|
|Don't get mad MetallianStallion!!!..is just a matter of tastes dude...if they put or post these kinds of "pop" artists at HH is not our fault...in fact you can find artits in here that are more "metal" than AOR or melodic(metal music,which i love too)and that is not a bad issue(at least 4 me)...i love music in its all(from pop to metal)and i don't see what is the problem...i wouldn't complain having Cannibal Corpse posted here ...and by the way...i respect people's comment(whether bad or good)...cheers mate!|
|From: juan carlos||Date: April 21, 2011 at 13:27|
|I partially agree with MetalllianStallion. Iīm not a fan of this guy, i like his "best of" or "Singles" but put the whole discography here? this album is just ok and is PopRock, nothing to do with AOR properly said. Ok, you can find names here that are within the AOR territory but for that reason may i have to put this album?. I love Phil Collins but he deserves to be here? i mean Phil Collins AOR? well but i donīt see any problem with that 70/100 Ps. sorry but i donīt do reviews regularly here because all it was said in the past. Thanks guys|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: April 21, 2011 at 13:56|
|Actually i think that Heavy Harmonies is expanding its horizons musically genres talking which is good somehow my friends...ok there are certain artits that one way or another shouldn't be here(like Phil Collins for example)but in general lines they're allowing Hi-Tech AOR acts like for example Go For It that are pretty close to pop and even dance(another example is Bogart Co)...a matter of tastes i guess my friends...in other words,the way we can live together is respecting each other's comments without insulting or misunderstanding points of view...a big hug for you all!!!|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: January 23, 2012 at 20:53|
|After the little "inconvenience" with some guy above(MS)i have decided to make a comment of this album...it took a time though to do it but here i am...a step forward after the very relaxing 1996 self titled release of the main man,more enthusiastic and with remarkable songs such as "So Visible(Easy To Miss)" & "Bittersweet" IMO...add to that tracks 1,3,4(nice smoothie),9(nice)& 11...enjoyable...84/100|
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