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Artist: Auras

Title: New Generation

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Auras New Generation Album Cover


Category: AOR

Year: 2010

Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)

Catalog Number: FR CD 454


Gui Oliver lead vocals
Ferpa Lacerda guitars, background vocals
Edu Sallum drums, percussion
Matheus Brandon guitars, background vocals
Hemerson Vieira bass


1.  Beauty of Dreams  4:05   Listen
2.  Forgive and Forget  4:19   Listen
3.  Never Give Up  4:45   Listen
4.  In My Arms  5:00   Listen
5.  Reach Out  4:30   Listen
6.  New Generation  5:06   Listen
7.  Forever in Your Eyes  3:52   Listen
8.  Hungry Hearts  4:33   Listen
9.  That's the Way Love Goes  5:01   Listen
10.  Keep On Loving You  4:00   Listen
11.  Out of Love  4:14   Listen
12.  Love to Survive  5:34   Listen
Total Running Time:  54:59

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Scottish Blood Date: March 16, 2010 at 13:48
Great AOR album, Journey style, "Never Give Up, Out Of Love & Love To Survive" best songs, rating 90/100.

From: juan carlos Date: March 24, 2010 at 15:15
A Brazilian AOR band ala The Storm/JOURNEY? Yeah! "Hungry Hearts" what a song! the best track without any doubt, the ballad "In My Arms" and "Never Give Up" are also my fav tracks here. Excellent debut guys! 8.8/10

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From: Jez Date: March 24, 2010 at 17:57
3 really good songs in 'In My Arms' 'Never Give Up' & the title track & that's about it i'm afraid. Of the 5 opening tracks, besides the excellent ballad 'In My Arms', all the songs sound very very similar & could be interchangable in parts, even down to the guitars sound and rhythm, which are very similar,& that is the main problem with this album, no variety whatsoever. The only track that gains any pace is the title track, which is really good,& a few more uptempo tracks like this would have added much needed pace, instead of the bland & unexciting stuff that is on show. The last 4 tracks especially suffer from really poor songwriting in general and really kill this album off stone dead for me. A shame as the good songs on here are just that. Some people will probably love this, but I found it to be drab, uninspiring & a pretty lifeless slab of AOR.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: April 4, 2010 at 11:39
Pride Of Lions meets Journey and add to that some Work Of Art flavour...you have here an incredible album from a south american band..this is high quality AOR and the comparissons are not to say that they aren't original in their music,just probably those bands are their biggest influences and that's valid!."Beauty Of Dreams" is a highlight whenever you want it 2 be along with "Never Give Up"& "Hungry Hearts".."In My Arms" is a wonderful track,"That's The Way Love Goes" has that Work Of Art/Toto feel and the rest of the songs are goodies in a 100%...just buy this album and enjoy not one of the best releases of this year talking worldwidely but from a south american band..yes!..this is the best album to come out from the land of the samba this year!.94/100

From: Swazi Date: July 2, 2010 at 13:15
I heard this one only once so far, but it did not impress me. Quite nice, but nothing exciting. It's AOR by the numbers, imo.

From: zld Date: September 25, 2010 at 17:24
Very much like journey obviously. I'm not a journey fan persť, but i think this a great record. All songs are simply great. Well produced and great sounding tracks. It's beyond understanding why this one get so lame critics. Isn't journey (and similair sounding bands) what HH thrives on. The singer reminds very much to kevin chalfant. My biggest question still is: why isn't this singer in the real Journey instead of that pinalda boy ?? 9/10

From: nimzo Date: November 4, 2010 at 18:49
This a great abum for Journey lovers. I agree, the voice of Gui Oliver remember totally to Kevin Chalfant and I think that he is Chalfant in every moment. Highgly recomended.

From: tomdwa Date: March 27, 2011 at 12:17
The songs are all well done, but lack true inspiration IMO. As others already said, AOR by-the-numbers, nothing to get excited about, there's not one song that stands out. Very Two Fires and Kevin Chalfant alike, the quality and diversity of the song writing is the problem here.

From: chupeaux Date: September 5, 2012 at 10:32
Kevin Chalfant, I know, it's you, on vox, don't f**k with us...hehe. Joking, Guys - waiting for a second!!!!! Hat down!!!

From: CLOUD FORCE Date: May 11, 2014 at 14:37
Very derivative.normally I don t go crazy about "modern" releases,but it s well done,and very 80s journey.nice album

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