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Category: Melodic Rock
Label: Perris Records
Catalog Number: PER2242
|1.||Come On Rock Me|
|4.||I'll Be There for You|
|6.||Never Let You Go|
|10.||Till the End of Time|
|11.||Until the Morning Light|
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|From: metalmastermusic||Date: March 27, 2010 at 23:45|
|I tried to get into this album but the production of it is just not good. It lacks that full sound you should expect from a 5 man band and the vocals make me cringe at times. You can hear the talent that is under all of this but it is so muffled and held down that it just ruined any chance of this being a solid release.Perhaps next time the production will be better.|
|From: Rafo Phoenix||Date: April 6, 2010 at 1:07|
|Great style really great style musical, but what happen with the singer... i like their style a lot, but exist a problem IMO 80/100.|
|From: juan carlos||Date: April 6, 2010 at 13:29|
|"Never Let You Go" is sung by Jeff Scot Soto and you can see the difference between JSS and Jimmy Cage. anyway good Melodic hR, "Together Forever" begins with a killer riff, "The Rain" cool AOR tune, some good solos, good effort guys but you could do better.. 7.8/10|
|From: erik||Date: April 13, 2010 at 12:08|
|Rafo is spot on here.Some excellent songs and with a good singer it could have been an easy 8/10 but now.....Just listen to Rebel Son, the singing is sory to say just horrible.....Song nr 6 shows indeed the huge difference a voice can make. Besides that it has a killer chorus in it. Potential is so there !Nice cover|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: April 14, 2010 at 20:25|
|Hello Angels!!!!....yeah...ok this is a good album musically talking but with an awful and out of tune singer (99% of the songs are sung like if he's having a pain in his chest!)anyway my "faves" tracks are "Come On Rock Me",the AORish "Runaway Angel","I'll Be There For You","Never Let You Go"(sung by Jeff Scott Soto,honestly i don't know how the band let this monster of a singer participate in here,was that a favour to Cage or a warning...)"Hangover"(the best track sung by Cage and the best track of the album apart from #6 of course!)"Together Forever"(catchy chorus)and "Until The Morning Light"(this one rocks!)..in general lines the album is acceptable but of course would have been a lot better with a good singer(imagine if all the tracks were sung by Soto..it would have been a big album!)..i'm in with Rafo Phoenix's comment..great style but the singer...86/100|
|From: wilmerAORespinas||Date: May 3, 2010 at 20:28|
|jeff scotto soto gran diferencia a jimmy cage|
|From: guitarrizer||Date: June 19, 2019 at 7:59|
|The 80's feel in 2010. Danger Angel's first album still remains their best one in my opinion. Check it if you don't know it yet.|
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