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Lovers Lane - Chiseled In Stone
Lovers Lane - Chiseled In Stone


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Lovers Lane

Chiseled In Stone

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1994

Label: Indian Records

Catalog Number: None

Average Rating: 83 / 100 (5 ratings)


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Rick Roark lead vocals, acoustic guitar
Todd Fulcher lead, rhythm, & acoustic guitars, backing vocals
Chris Burden bass, backing vocals
Larry 'Bam Bam' Rodbell drums, backing vocals

Ray Rodriguez keyboards
1.  True Love  
2.  Hollywood  
3.  So Badly  
4.  Where Were You  
5.  Follow Your Heart  
6.  Goodbye  
7.  Lover's Lane  
8.  Is It You  
9.  Good Girl Gone Bad  
10.  Stay With Me  
11.  No Way Out  
12.  That's Why  
13.  So in Love  
14.  Welcome to the World  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Delbert Date: February 27, 2009 at 16:02
Every so often, a killer indie pops up that grabs the attention of collectors. Here is a CD destined for that distinction. LOVER'S LANE has a sound similiar to early BONFIRE. The vocal similiarities to Klaus Lessmann are uncanny and is sure to delight fans of the German melodic rockers. With 14 tracks on the disc, there's lots of melodic rock enjoyment to be had. Be careful if you see this one available. The band released a second pressing that was actually a CDR and not the original silver pressed disc!!

From: Delbert Date: February 27, 2009 at 16:05
For those interested in this band, they released a 6 track cassette only back in 1989. On that one, you'll hear more of an 80's sound, a bit more keys, and no Bonfire style sound.

From: jstoyz Date: November 7, 2009 at 23:44
Man, this singer's vocals do remind of Klaus Lessmann, with maybe a little Vince Neil throw in- esp. during the verses of track #2, "Hollywood." Stylewise, I hear a bit more of a Hollywood glam vibe, maybe mixed with some southern bluesy influences, but regardless of which direction the band was aiming for, they squarely hit the mark with HUGE hooks, catchy riffs and minimal filler- not an inconsequential feat given the length of the album. I'd highly recommend this one....Jeff.

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