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Artist: Night Ranger

Title: Neverland

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Night Ranger Neverland Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1997

Label: Zero(Japan)

Catalog Number: XRCN-1297


Jack Blades bass, acoustic guitar, lead vocals
Alan Fitzgerald keyboards
Brad Gillis guitars, vocals
Kelly Keagy drums, lead vocals
Jeff Watson guitars, vocals


1.  Forever All Over Again  4:59
2.  Neverland  3:41
3.  As Always I Remain  4:35
4.  Someday I Will  4:16
5.  My Elusive Mind  3:56
6.  New York Time   4:40
7.  Walk in the Future Euro/US version only  4:01
8.  Slap Like Being Born  3:55
9.  Sunday Morning  4:56
10.  Anything for You  4:29
11.  I Don't Call This Love  4:09
12.  Rock In America '97 Japanese bonus track   4:45
Total Running Time:  52:22

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From: Janxy Date: May 26, 2001 at 5:39
Interesting to note that the track order for this Japanese release is entirely different to the U.S. order. Also the track Walk In The Future (track 7) is entirely vacant from the album. Pretty middling album redeemed by Forever All Over Again - one of the most beatiful ballads Night Ranger have ever recorded, and they've recorded some nice 'uns.

From: Reno Date: May 3, 2002 at 1:11
This was ok, but not mind blowing. Liked some of the tracks, but i'd rather have a Brad Gillis guitar solo to tear at my ears. Brad is a very underrated guitar player. If I remember correctly, he filled in for Randy Rhoads after he died.

From: Tony Date: May 6, 2002 at 23:56
Great cd and if you're gonna make a comeback do it right like these guys did with this album. Right up there with "Man In Motion" with just solid songwriting through and through. Gillis & Watson are so underrated it's criminal. One of the few bands where I actually pay attention to and can hum the solos. A great classic American band too many melodic rock fans take for granted unfortunately. Great cd that doesn't sound dated even today.

From: Gar Date: August 11, 2002 at 19:43
They managed to sound current and still sound like classic Night Ranger at the same time. I love it!

From: James Date: September 28, 2002 at 10:06
Everyone talks about Brad's solos on Night Ranger cd's but Jeff did half the solo's and he shreds too. Take a listen to the interview on classic rock revisited.com and you will be amazed to which solo's he did. Brad and Jeff are the best two guitar players to be in one band together period. No other band is as talented as Night Ranger at the guitar position. Everyone thinks Brad because he did tour with Ozzy after Randy died but don't thing Jeff was just there, he rocks

From: Reno Date: October 6, 2002 at 5:31
I just read an interview with Jack Blades that the japanese release of this cd had both Don't Tell Me You Love Me 97 and You Can Still Rock In America 97 on them as bonus tracks. Rock In America is listen here. What about the other bonus track. Has anyone heard either of these bonuses?

From: purrfect-kat Date: October 6, 2002 at 6:01
Reno I own this cd and the track listing HH has is correct. . . . There is only one bonus track.

From: Reno Date: October 6, 2002 at 21:41
My cd is the American version and the tracklist is in a completely different order. I still liked this cd though. I'd like to hear the new versions of those songs though. I'll watch ebay I guess. Here's that Interview with Jack Blades I was talking about: http://www.melodicrock.com/interviews/jackblades2.html It's about 3/4 the way down the page where he mentions about those tunes.

From: Axelinger Date: October 25, 2002 at 12:32
As Always I Remain ranks up there with their best, and a few others have their moments, but it's largely more miss than hit. It sounds like they really weren't sure of which direction to take things and wound up slanting to the mellow side. The soft far outweighed the hard, which made it a bit light for my liking. Thankfully, they found that harder edge on the subsequent Seven release.

From: James Date: May 10, 2003 at 16:18
After buying this cd when it first came out, then trading it in i must admit that i went and bought it again. I just didn't get it the first time around but now I think it is a very good cd. it has some amazing songs on it. the way i rediscovered this album was the live album to come from this tour. Rock In Japan showcased many of the great songs from this album and I hit myself and asked what in the world I was thinking when I traded this cd in???? 8.5/10

From: TIM (2) Date: May 26, 2004 at 14:02
The US track-listing is a little odd, as ballad "Forever All Over Again" kicks-off the CD. This is redeemed as said ballad is one of the best tunes they've ever recorded, and even though I don't much care for the rest, I'll just keep playing "Forever..." and my opinion of the album remains high!

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From: Jez Date: August 29, 2004 at 16:35
Much more like it - WELCOME BACK BOYS. Put this up agains the 'Mojo' album - I'll say no more. 'Forever all over again' is right up there with the other classic Night Ranger ballads of old, aswell as the rest of the excellent material this album throws up on a regular basis.

From: Geoff Date: August 29, 2004 at 22:15
I like 'Someday I will', but like the others here I have the release with 'Forever all over again' up first. Probably a bad move, because not one song comes even remotely close to this one. It's actually my favourite Night Ranger song of all. Elsewhere, not really what I'm into, but 'Forever all over again' - what a song!

From: Rambo Rockerman Date: January 20, 2008 at 9:00
The CD is o.k,nothing great about it,Jack voice has changed althou on this unlike Kelly Keagy.Where are all the guitars?

From: metalmaniac777 Date: February 18, 2011 at 13:51
I could listen to "Forever All Over Again" all day and all night for at least a week without getting sick of it--great tune!! The rest of the album doesn't even come close, but never mind that, because "Forever..." alone, with its infectious hook and sentimental lyrics, makes this one worth buying.

From: hair metal again Date: May 16, 2011 at 4:08
very good release by NIGHT RANGER in a time when hard rock releases werent so popular!ron nevison in production is excellent,jack s presence is intense and the guitars by the dynamic duo are perfect.highlights are "forever all over again","as always i remain" and "sunday morning".for me this is great stuff

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