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Artist: Covered Call

Title: Money Never Sleeps

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Covered Call Money Never Sleeps Album Cover


Category: Melodic Rock / AOR

Year: 2009

Label: Blistering Records

Catalog Number: BR019


Thomas Vikstrom Lead Vocals
Joel Carlsson Guitar
Morgan Rosenquist Guitar
Ronny Svanstromer Drums
Thomas Thulin Bass


1.  All Because Of Me  
2.  Til' The End  
3.  Shine  
4.  Never Again  
5.  Anything You Want  
6.  I Wanna Be Free  
7.  Nothing At All  
8.  Money Never Sleeps  
9.  What About Us  
10.  Let's Make It Real  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Geoff Date: March 10, 2009 at 23:12
Great melodic hard rock disc. These guys are probably going for the same audience as The Poodles and Wig Wam. I think they're better than The Poodles, but definitely not in the same league as Wig Wam. The first few songs here are awesome, especially their version of Mr Big's 'Shine'. 'What About Us' is great too. No real duds, and overall a really good CD. One of the best of the year so far.

From: juan carlos Date: March 11, 2009 at 18:30
Strange name for a Melodic Rock band, i donīt like that name nor the cover art but the music is really good, not great though. "Let's Make It Real" "Shine" and "Never Again" are my favorite tracks, Vikstrom is great here, catchy tunes and good musicianship, definately an album that grows on you while you listen more times. 8.5/10

From: erik Date: May 12, 2009 at 10:44
Totally in line with Geoff. What an absolute smoking melodic rock cd. Got it yesterday. I wouldnot compare them to the Poodles. A) i think its much better then that and b) the songs have a much more scandi melodic approach. Some absolut great chorusses. And Thomas Vikstrom sings better then ever. Man what an album. The only song, ballad, i didnot care for so much is Anything you Want. Kinda out of place on this gem of an album. But songs like Till the End, Never Again, I wanna be free, Nothing at All, Money never sleeps, What about us and Lets make it real would make any (scandi) melodic rock band proud. Top production. Yep a contender for album of the year for me. Action, Faith Circus, Goodbye Thrill, Rockarma. All fantastic bands. Future looks bright.95/100

From: shoemaker Date: May 12, 2009 at 15:09
Oh oh oh, come on good album nothinīmore!

From: erik Date: May 13, 2009 at 6:44
Thats your opinion shumacher.In which frankly i am not interested. I think its a fantastic album.

From: shoemaker Date: May 13, 2009 at 9:34
If I belive in all comments here, thousands of fantastic albums are out there.

From: erik Date: May 13, 2009 at 15:47
seen a few of your comments. well they tell it all.... dont take yourself so seriously schumacher. nobody gives a rats ass.

From: wotty Date: May 14, 2009 at 5:48
A solid slice of AOR/MHR,with a strong sound and Vikstrom in great vocal form............

From: rick kerch vzla Date: August 11, 2011 at 22:07
Enjoyable AOR album...probably we have heard similar songs to these ones millions of times,so nothing really new in here but as i said,enjoyable AOR album...Thomas Vikstrom is the reference of this band/project obvioulsy...my fave tracks are "Til' The End","Shine","Let's make It Real"(these 3 songs are really catchy ones),"Nothing At All" & "Money Never Sleeps"(the rocking track of the album)...worth having this in your collection anyway...89/100

From: elljam Date: July 23, 2012 at 10:49
The sticker on the cd case says "For fans of Gotthard & Bon Jovi". While there are definite Gotthard comparisons, Bon Jovi haven't done anything this good since "Slippery when wet". Very good melodic hard rock which also has similarities to Treat & Soul Doctor. Only the ballad "Anything you want" didn't hit the mark for me, but the rest of the album is top notch. I hope there is a 2nd album soon.

From: 123charpenay Date: April 24, 2013 at 12:40
i ve discover this gem only since ten days ago (thanx to schmankerl records).before this date i ve never heard or read something about this band.after listening 2 or 3 songs on you tube i ve order this record on ebay.receive it yesterday and i m not disapointed.what a great record!!!!i m totally agree with others comments.track 5 ballad with piano is totally out of tune.forget this song.the nine others songs are top class melodic hard rock.covered call is a mix of bonfire,emerald rain and gotthard (excellent references).impossible to guess that this band come from scandinavia.they sound absoluty not scandi a o r or scandi hard f m.of course i recommand this very rare album.buy buy buy!!!!!!

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