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|1.||Out of Time|
|2.||Nothing to Fear|
|4.||The Real World|
|5.||In The Dark|
|10.||Just One Side|
|11.||Blind Man's Holiday|
|12.||Studio Down Time|
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|From: Delbert||Date: May 12, 2014 at 11:38|
|TIN MAN is basically made up of Cary Floyd and Pete Drungle who with the help of some top session musicians have created one of the finest AOR/slightly westcoast CDs that I've heard. Imagime PM (Peter Mayer), TOTO (Steve Lukather like vocals) and SHERWOOD BALL blended together! Holy Smokes! This is killer stuff and virtually unknown. The musicianship is brilliant. The band made two releases (that I know of). Both are self-titled but one was released in 1993 and the other in 1994. It's amazing how the vocals sound like Peter Mayer and even Steve Lukather at times. The production is great for a US indie.|
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