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Artist: Vinny Burns

Title: The Journey

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Category: Melodic Rock

Year: 1999

Label: Frontiers Records

Catalog Number: FRCD021


Greg Morgan Drums
Sam Blue Vocals
Vinny Burns Guitars, Keyboards, Bass


1.  Irish Eyes  1:38
2.  Superstar  4:23
3.  Fire Burning  5:02
4.  Freedom  4:56
5.  This World  6:29
6.  Where You Gonna Run  5:58
7.  I Believe  4:39
8.  Live the Dream  5:29
9.  Lonely Man  5:57
10.  Already Gone  5:12
11.  Falling  4:27
12.  The Journey  5:08
Total Running Time:  59:18

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Geoff Date: March 10, 2010 at 22:46
Not too bad if you like Ten from the era that this was recorded... because it sounds a lot like Ten. I did end up selling it, though, as there just weren't enough good songs on it. Sounds like Ten, but nowhere near as good as Ten were. 'Superstar' was a great melodic rocker, and 'Already gone' was a huge fave of mine. Huge melodic rocker which I think had Gary Hughes on vocals? I think. Sounded like it was plucked right from a Ten CD. The rest... pretty average.

From: Delbert Date: March 17, 2010 at 15:23
Vinny Burns is ex-DARE, TEN guitarist and the vocalist is Sam Blue (Ya Ya, GTS, Burns Blue). The songs are captivating and influences range from pure AOR like REO SPEEDWAGON and JOURNEY to harder rocking sounds like Y&T, Van Halen and Giant.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: August 17, 2012 at 15:51
An album that grew on me on its own way because it takes time to quite dig it...not so enthusiastic at the beginning of it but then it has like a sudden injection of adrenaline,especially towards the end of it...my faves tracks are "Already Gone" & "Falling" both of great quality AOR feeling,then,"I Believe" follows in acceptance and finally "Superstar","Freedom","This World"(nice soft)and the ending instrumental one "The Journey"(a song that has a 100% Gary Moore feel to it)are the ones that caught my attention if talking in general lines...enjoyable...88/100

From: kinghanuk Date: May 12, 2018 at 20:06
A terrific melodic hard rock album which reminds me of TEN's s/t and Name of The Rose albums. I was surprised to know that TEN wasn't entirely about Gary Hughes, Vinny Burns was a very important part of TEN's early sound. 90 out of 100.

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