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|3.||Leave Her to Heaven|
|5.||Day After the Rain|
|6.||See to Believe|
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|From: Delbert||Date: January 17, 2010 at 14:04|
|With a front cover that could stop a Mack truck and a back cover with a super cool band pic, this CD is like an open invitation for CD collectors. Musically, it is infectious, jaw-dropping melodic hard rock/AOR dripping in rich melodies and hooks that will have you wetting your trousers more than once. Crank the volume and literally be blown away at the high quality vocals. BONJOVI comes to my mind immediately. As the music progresses, I hear close similarities to TYKETTO and BON JOVI with hints of MAE WEST. The guitar work is intoxicating as well; the songs are catchy and melodic! Even the few ballads are thoroughly enjoyable! This one has gone unnoticed for too many years. I've seen more copies of the original SURRENDER CD from Jamaica, New York than this one! I'd easily rank this jewel as one of the rarest indies in my collection and recommend it highly......|
|From: Swazi||Date: June 6, 2011 at 9:45|
|Can't help myself, but this reminds me a lot of Wayne Smart "Just another Stranger". Great release in any case !!|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: September 6, 2014 at 12:24|
|Listening to this quite decent indie release...yeah the songs offer some kind of attractiveness but far away to be considered "milestones ones" IMHO..."Song Child","Leave Her To Heaven"(nice,beautiful lyrics),"One Chance" & "See To Believe" are the songs i liked from this record...75/100|
|From: desiodom75||Date: November 10, 2014 at 16:01|
|Wonderful melodic hard rock Indie album,one of the best and hard to find ever!..Unfortunately,only 6 songs but what a work,where we can find excellent semi-acoustic ballads as ''Leave her to heaven'',''One chance'' and''day after rain'',powered ballads full of keys and feelings as ''baby step'',driving hard rock anthems as ''Song child'' and ''See to believe''....early Tyketto and Bon Jovi are good comparisons for these 4 guys,so talented!..they come from Colorado,USA.|
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