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Existing comments about this CD
|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: March 15, 2009 at 21:52|
|This disc and the other two Cher discs that have been added certainly do deserve a place on here without question and excellent AOR albums they are too. There is some Big input from the likes of the Bon Jovi boys, Michael Bolton and Desmond Child, so quality is pretty much guaranteed. There are some very fine songs to be had on here, including the classic 'I Found Someone' (Written of couse by Touch's Mark Mangold and Michael Bolton) 'We All Sleep Alone' and 'Perfection'. A couple of so so ballads maybe, but this is a very impressive album in places (as was the next one 'Heart Of Stone')and, as I said above, there is absolutely no reason why this shouldn't have it's own little place on the HH pages. Some people should maybe not judge a book by it's name and cover and actually listen to it's contents. Just a thought.
||Date: March 16, 2009 at 11:50|
|What the heck is CHER doing on this site?! Come on guys....
|Heavy Harmonies Owner|
||Date: March 17, 2009 at 8:45|
|Judging from some of the replies (many of which have been deleted), there are a whole bunch of people reacting to the name "Cher" rather than having actually HEARD the 3 discs that have been added to HH. These 3 discs are quintessential melodic rock. No, we are not adding the rest of her pop discography, but these 3 albums definitely are appropriate for the site. It's no different from Shania Twain's single rock effort, Michael Bolton's early rock material (Blackjack with Bruce Kulick anyone?), or Pantera's early glam-era CDs. Just because other releases from an artist are outside the boundaries of HH does NOT disqualify those that are representative of the genres here. P.S. Childish insults just because you disagree with an artist being included here will not be tolerated. Have a nice day.
||Date: March 17, 2009 at 23:09|
|This one ain't bad either. Not as good as 'Heart of stone' but not bad at all. 'I found someone' is a pretty sweet AOR anthem, and 'We all sleep alone' is a great song I enjoy thoroughly. 'Main man' is also a killer ballad and 'Give Our Love a Fightin' Chance' is a cool rocker. Overall, we actually have another unexpected and pretty fine disc from Cher here.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: June 17, 2017 at 11:52|
|First album of Cher's AOR trilogy ...a nice one for sure!...the ones that i like are tracks 4(lovely),6,7,8 & 10(lovely).87/100
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