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Artist: Hotwire

Title: Middle of Nowhere

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2001

Label: Point Music (Germany)

Catalog Number: CD 20459

Personnel

Andy Urbeck lead vocals
Tom Glas drums
Winnie Neumann bass
Alex Espinosa guitars
Michael Ertel additional keyboards

Tracks

1.  Midnite Romeo  5:06
2.  Middle of Nowhere  4:24
3.  You Shook Me All Night Long  3:05  Cover: AC/DC
4.  Shania  4:20
5.  Lost in Your Eyes  6:35
6.  Nothing to Say  3:54
7.  Sometimes She Cries  4:18
8.  Danger Is Calling  4:42
9.  Lost in Your Eyes radio edit  3:14
  
Total Running Time:  39:38

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From: Dan Date: March 16, 2003 at 23:50
Having owned Hotwire's self-titled CD from 1995, and being somewhat underwhelmed with it, I didn't know what to expect from their newest effort. I'm happy to report that this is a significant improvement over their debut. More AOR than hard rock, their sound has become more polished over time. Very melodic material! The new vocalist has a more Jimi Jamison-esque voice, which is suited to this material quite well. Quite a few of the tracks have that Survivor/Journey vibe to them.

This is more of an EP than a full-length album, being comprised of 8 tracks plus an edit. The production is quite good. Of note is one of the most unusual covers ever to make an appearance on a rock album: a countryish rendition of AC/DC's You Shook Me All Night Long.

Rating: 86/100

Existing comments about this CD

From: motley Date: May 27, 2002 at 17:24
saw these guys warm up for SHAKRA at the headbangers ballroom september last year. Ok rnr and an acoustic version of that ac/dc tracks.the lead singer look a bit like Fabio leone:O)

From: Rycheage Date: July 20, 2003 at 20:33
So in regards to the music at hand, that I can say is very pleasant middle of the road keyboard driven European AOR. The guitars come out to play on a couple of harder edged tracks, but for the most part it is very smooth AOR that occasionally borders on Westcoast. Generally of high quality, although it doesn't break any new ground or standout above a few other examples of the same thing this year. Their ballad version of AC/DC's "You Shook Me All Night Long" is pretty cool though.

From: erik Date: March 4, 2004 at 6:47
picked this one up last year.i agree on the comments of rycheage. just a very pleasent release from the guys. you wont be dissapointed if you can get your hands on it. a solid record. erikhardam@hetnet.nl

From: Gotthard Date: January 5, 2005 at 13:11
One question...are dead this band?? They are great. They must be considered gods of hard rock. I found a release called The Routine but it is other band...bad metal . I wish they come back again kikefort@hotmail.com They have another album released in 1998 called Face Another Day. It is great too. Regards to all. Happy New Year

From: Geoff Date: February 12, 2005 at 21:38
Honestly, what is this? They lost a unique vocalist with a voice you had to get used to, but the fact was that with that voice, he also wrote great melodic hard rock songs. Hotwire's first two CDs are simply stunning examples of melodic hard rock... and this one? Well, it's nice. Nice vocals, nice (whussy) songs. This is AOR and is good AOR, but not what you'd expect from a band as good as Hotwire, capable of much more. Very good disc, major disappointment. Get the first two.

From: Rocky Date: March 16, 2005 at 8:57
Hi i'm from Germany and I know the Hotwire guys. Their new CD is nearly finished (it took a while ...) and it kicks ass!!! They have some really rockin' tracks on it (he band said itself that "Middle.." should have had one or two more heavy songs) and a great cover of "Hot love" by T.Rex, which is great and remembers me of steaming Def Leppard like "Let's get rocked". Andy's voice is brilliant and the sound (producer is Chris Lausmann, former member of Bonfire) is awesome. Don't ask me when the

From: Rocky Date: March 16, 2005 at 8:58
Don't ask me when the record is coming out, i heard that they want to talk to several companies. CD will be called "Waterfalls" , latest news say also "Devil in disguise" and the cover will be like the first cd :-) If you want to contact the band: Hotwire98@aol.com Greetz Rocky

From: Erik Date: March 16, 2005 at 10:52
Thats great news Rocky. cheers !

From: hsf Date: July 21, 2005 at 1:53
I was reading this after checking on it other places and found this rather interesting info on another site. Apparently, there are 2 different versions of this album around. If interested, check out this address: http://www.mothermetal.com/TBS/Bands/Hotwire/Hotwire.htm

From: aorteto Date: October 11, 2006 at 10:07
Cambio de cantante, muchisimas melodias y otro estilo, mucho mas AOR o m/r si se quiere. No hay desperdicio en este disco, todo esta muy bien hecho, inclusive el tema de AC/DC, en plan balada-country.

From: shooto Date: June 13, 2007 at 10:44
es una autentica mierda o decepcion como querais llamarlo nada q ver con su pedazo de primer trabajo

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: July 1, 2007 at 17:13
Good album, Hora de dar mi veredicto ya que por arriba veo que insultan y a otros le gusta y como van las cosas me encargare personalmente de cerrar este capitulo, eso buen album nada de grande ni malo un album bueno y punto donde encontramos cotes de alto nivel degustativo para los que tienen buen gusto y buen paladar Midnite Romeo, Middle of Nowhere, Nothing to Say hay un tema q da dolor de estomago y es el cover acustico de ACDC, los demas estan ok buen album punto 7.5/10

From: POTENTE Date: July 2, 2007 at 15:20
Sabia que iba a encontrarte en este comentario rafito.Otra vez bajandote musica de la red pillo.Cuando te compraras un disco delincuente, o es que tu moneda marciana no vale? Por cierto lo que da dolor de estomago son tus comentarios. MEDIOCRE

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: July 2, 2007 at 16:12
hola HIJO DE PUTA huele pedos esperaba que entraras tambien para insultarte pedaso de IMBECIL, primeramente quien mierda eres tu idiota no existes no opinas no haces nada y si tengo el album y te lo puedo meter por el culo si gustas a ver tu imbecil muestrame algo de que lo tienes muestrame la cubierta del CD no los de back y front sino del CD hijo de la gran puta lameculo tu si que estas lamiendo el culo por alli y bajandote albums de quienes los suben y tu para agradecer le lames el trasero...

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: July 2, 2007 at 16:16
.. jaja estoy feliz de que allas aparecido asi saco mi furia con alguien que se lo merece, quizas te conozco quizas hasta hablas conmigo nose la verdad y a escondidas tratas de meterme cuchillo por la espalda y con tu nick real eres mi amigo? ni que me entere quien eres en realidad porque no sabes lo que te espera porque te hundire hasta no sabes donde y no quedara ni huella de tu verdadero nick, yo no necesito presentaciones ni nada de eso yo me gane un lugar y ningun pelagato huele pedos...

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: July 2, 2007 at 16:39
..se me pone sabroso en este santuario del Rock que es mi casa asi que POTENTE no jaja sigue haciendo lo que haces joderme pero te digo otra vez ruega porque no sepa tu verdadero nick y que te escudas con este como garrapata tras su caparazon porque te fundire hasta que desaparezcas de la faz de la tierra y si tienes amigotes que estan metidos tambien junto a ti para joderme tendran su parte, sigue adelante experto y gran conocedor de Rock de nick POTENTE da mas fama al Fenix y sueña conmigo

From: POTENTE Date: July 5, 2007 at 15:37
Lectores de habla hispana,con Uds: el verdadero rafo!!! Solito con sus palabras acaba de definir su personalidad,un "ser"(ya que segun el es extraterrestre)con el insulto a flor de piel,que se pienxa superior a los demas,que menosprecia toda opinion,que dice creer en Dios y falta a cada uno de sus mandamientos. En psicologia su sindrome se denomina "megalomanía" y el diagnostico es "inestabilidad emocional y personalidad insegura". Hazte un favor rafo,CONSIGUE UNA VIDA...

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: July 5, 2007 at 18:18
Hola fan enamorada como estas como se nota que me amas, no soy extraterrestre soy Inmortal no confundas las cosas PALANTE jaja oe esa es la frase de tu pata Chavez ah eres POTENTE que confusion, Megalomania me gusta ese album de Wildkard muy Recomendado, no te preocupes que me llevare tu vida al mas alla, sigue palante y di lo que gustes de mi persona, solo hay algo claro me AMAS lastima que solo me gusten las mujeres, besos y abrazos como el gordo casaretto.

From: hair metal again Date: March 31, 2015 at 14:25
very good release once again by HOTWIRE in their usual commercial hard rock way!i own the double one with altered singers and this is quite strange,but double HOTWIRE is a better deal anyday!"lost in your eyes" is a great song


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