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The Collected Sessions
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|From: juan carlos
||Date: May 10, 2009 at 0:05|
|Great HardRock/AOR Óla Foreigner/Giant/Bad English/The Babys. Al greenwood put his hands on this album and you can notice. "I'm Not Worried Anymore" Óla Bad English or "If I Knew Then" Óla Foreigner/Giant are my favorite tracks. "Monster Riff" is the intrumental track(6:02), "Crocodile Rock" is a nice Elton John Cover, "All I Need" is an acoustic song, ok. Tracks from 1 to 6 are most consistent than the rest. 8/10
||Date: July 11, 2009 at 7:31|
|I agree with Juan. The first half of this album has a Foreigner/Giant/Bad English vibe. The first four songs are my favorite. The rest of the album includes a second version of "If I Knew Then" a couple of cover songs (Elton John's "Crocodile Rock" and Stevie Wonders "Living For The City") and then they close it out with an acoustic ballad. I wish they would have kept the cover songs off of here and added a few more original songs. All in all it's worth getting for the first half of the album.
|From: True Believer
||Date: July 18, 2009 at 7:37|
|It should be entitled "The Great Sessions". Most of songs are very catchy and well-played, but my favourites are "I'm not worried anymore" and "Some things have to happen', both of which remind me of Foreginer mixed with Bad Company (from Brian Howe era). Satriani-inspired "MonsteR Iff" is also impressive. Hovewer, the covers could be much better. Overall, very good effort. 8/10
|From: True Believer
||Date: July 18, 2009 at 7:39|
|Am I drunk today? Sorry for my mistakes
||Date: September 15, 2009 at 13:09|
|Excellent, excellent cd. Talking about the first 5 numbers. Great aorish melodic rock. All first 5 songs ar with a great vibe, catchy well crafted songs. The numbers 6 to 9 are ok but nothing special for me. Now its a 7,5 out 10. More songs similar like the first 5 and it would have an easy 9,5/10
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