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Category: Melodic Rock
Label: BLP Music
Catalog Number: BLP 2009-05
|1.||Every Little Heartbeat||3:41|
|3.||Get Off That Train||3:03|
|4.||I Need You||4:09|
|5.||Breathe Through You||3:58|
|6.||What Makes It Feel So Right?||3:50|
|7.||The Fear of Losing You||3:56|
|9.||Here for You||5:17|
|Total Running Time:||39:28|
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|From: Jez||Date: March 17, 2010 at 13:54|
|I had these guys 'First Love' EP. from last year and it was quite a promising little release. The debut album features all 3 of those EP. tracks plus 7 others and is pretty good for an indie debut. A mix of AOR/ Pop rock is what is on offer and there are some nice songs on show. The aforementiond 'First Love' & 'Every Little Heartbeat' are 2 nice AOR tracks and the 2 ballads 'Need You' and 'Here For You' are pretty good too. Bare in mind that this is an indie release and you know you aren't gonna get a huge production job, but they have done a pretty good job with the sound on this one, although it is maybe a little flat and uninspired in places. More guitars on here would have given this much needed balls aswell to be honest,giving it more crunch and lifted some of the songs out of the norm, but for what it is, 'Take One' is pretty good debut that shows promise.|
|From: Geoff||Date: April 12, 2010 at 23:52|
|Yeah, I can't say too much positive stuff about this. As Jez points out, it is an indie release and sounds that way too. It's severely lacking any balls and there's just no real bite to it. A few tunes like 'First Love', 'Get Off That Train' and 'Two hearts' are kind of nice, harmless AOR songs, but really nothing that makes this album worth seeking out. Below average, I'd have to say.|
|From: juan carlos||Date: June 3, 2010 at 15:11|
|Below average? Nope, not for me, Good AOR/MR, well production is not so good but itīs Ok. Melodic riffs, Catchy choruses(reminded me of the classic E.L.O choruses) and impressive modern keys. I enjoy listening the entire album, well, itīs not to die for but itīs a quite enjoyable album. Good job guys! 8/10|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: December 22, 2010 at 20:25|
|Very interesting album with good songs..for me it is like what some people call nowadays the new sound of AOR...or probably modern rock/AOR with Pop sparks here and there..anyway "Every Little Heartbeat" & "First Love" both of catchy rhythms,excellent ones,"I Need You" mellow ballad with only voice and piano,"The Fear Of Losing You" reminded me of the pop duo The Rembrandts but with an edge,"Here For You" with a chorus that easily reminds me of the great band Electric Light Orchestra(ELO) & "Stormrider" ends the album in a nice & catchy way...get it!.87/100|
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