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Artist: Allied Nation

Title: Touch and Go

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Category: AOR

Year: 2009

Label: AOR-FM Records

Catalog Number: AOR-FM0905


Jeffrey Nation vocals
Dan Petruzzella guitar on tracks 4, 5, 6, 14 & 15
Anthony Martinez guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
Mike Ski Wilinske bass
Jeff Berg Berger drums

Additional Musicians
Steve Zukowsky guitar on tracks 7, 9, 11, 12 & 13
Rudy Bo Rios guitar on tracks 1, 2, 3, 8 & 10
Mark Tuyung Collins drums on tracks 11, 12, 13 & 16


1.  Touch and Go  
2.  Watch What You Say  
3.  Johnny Run  
4.  Life Under Fire  
5.  Love Doesn't Come in a Minute  
6.  Move It Up Slow  
7.  Find Yourself Another Fool  
8.  1000 Tears  
9.  If We Try  
10.  Prisoner  
11.  Set Me Free  
12.  Lucky Ones  
13.  Witness Company  
14.  Take Hold bonus lost demo  
15.  1000 Tears bonus alternate version  
16.  My Delilah bonus edit  

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From: Jez Date: March 22, 2009 at 21:56
Another nicely put together package from Bruce at AOR-FM. Only one track,the excellent 'Find Yourself Another Fool' has been released previously on the 'Hot Night In The City' compilation from way back, so If you know that track (I had heard it once previously), then the rest of this stuff will have you hooked after a listen or 2. Quality AOR is the name of the game here, although the opening 3 tracks are a little more straightforward Melodic hard rock with less in the keys department. Soundwise wise, this is a little uneven in places & you can definitely hear the varying quality of some of the recordings, but non are really bad or unlistenable, in fact, quite the opposite for the most part. If you like your mid late 80's AOR, this is one release to be added to your list and whilst I would say it isn't as good quality wise as the previous AOR-FM releases (the fantastic Dreamer disc especially), it is still a very good in places & highly recommended. Ony 950 pressed,so get one quickish.

From: halfordhughes Date: May 20, 2009 at 22:44
excellent aor album!!!

From: Geoff Date: June 2, 2009 at 23:07
Very nice stuff here. I still can't believe there is no link to Kick that I know of, because man these guys sound like the awesome UK melodic rockers Kick. As Jez says, this is a pretty rocking affair and it's hard to fault the songs. Also, as Jez says, some variations in sound quality, which is a shame in the case of the awesome 'Take Hold', which is a great song but barely audible. Lots of good stuff here, '1000 Tears' probably being my fave.

From: Hardwimp Date: June 5, 2009 at 3:42
"Take Hold" was unavailable anywhere, apart from an old cassette, which had been used by a tape trader, and was no doubt quite a few generations old. Thats the thing with Aor-fm releases, is that they never have the mastertapes, and sounds have to be "squeezed" from various other sources. Better these, that none at all, I'd say ;-)

From: erik Date: June 24, 2009 at 14:32
This one i like ! After the excellent AOR-FM release of scandi surprise Roulette this is anothere surprise gem. First three songs are excellent melodic rock tracks of which i like best "Watch what you Say". Killer guitar riffs. Love doesnot come in a Minute is a great aorish rock song.Same goes for Move it up Slowly, Find yourself another Fool. 1000 Tears is leaning more towards melodic rock again. I think this style suits them better.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: July 31, 2010 at 20:52
Great album by this somehow indie band but with strong music skillsĒ..in agreement with some comments above,this album has catchy,melodic and rock numbers that could be appealing to any self respected AOR fan..."Touch & Go" is a very good song,"Watch What You Say" is a highlight,"Johnny Run" is a top notch track along with "Love Doesn't Come In A Minute" both catchy ones,"Move It Up Slow" is a great AOR track,"Find Yourself Another Fool" definetely is one of their best songs,i heard that song back in the 80's when it came out in a compilation album named Hot Night In The City"(released by FM Records/England),"1000 Tears! is another best one & "Lucky Ones" rocks....pleasant album by all means,you should give it a try!.93/100

From: z4roxx Date: September 19, 2010 at 11:23
I think it's all old demo material.Their aor side is gooder than their hard rock part IMO.Some good keys arrangments,guitar is a little weak,the singer is decent.Nothing more for me.Decent band.

From: andi Date: March 30, 2012 at 9:47
Good Melodic Hardrock similar to the First Bon Jovi(Runaway)

From: 123charpenay Date: March 30, 2012 at 17:20
to andi you are joking the first bon jovi record is a masterpiece in 1983 this album show the way to many nany hard fm bands.in france real rockers says that the first bon jovi record is the first hard fm record of the history.allied nation album is not bad it is only decent not more.

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