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||Date: October 4, 2010 at 14:45|
|This is the best AOR album of 2010 along with the new Grand Illusion.Go out and buy it before it's too late.If you are into Heartland/Virginia Wolf/Airrace/FM this is for you! Top class british AOR!
|From: juan carlos
||Date: October 4, 2010 at 17:30|
|Nope! not for me, If you love Keyboards by their 4 sides you'll love this one for sure but the whole album is Not consistent/Solid for me, I love songs like "Voices Calling"( what a Catchy song! and my fav track!) "Miracle of Love" "Red Light" and "Hannah", i prefer the first part of this album of course. Good production(could've been better)/singer, nice spanish version of the ballad "Secret Lover". The best album of this year? hmmm.. White Widdow or Houston 9/10
||Date: October 4, 2010 at 21:26|
|White Widdow will be a strong contender undoubtedly but...Houston? No, sorry mate.Productionwise, is one of the worst things I've heard the recent years.To me, you can go nowhere today with a production like this.Anyway, I am one of those who loved Virginia Wolf & Heartland and I find this band is very similar in certain places.David Saylor is a fantastic vocalist!
||Date: October 10, 2010 at 9:14|
|Good release but they should NOT have remixed any of the songs. The demo versions sounded better. I seen these guys 4 times back in the day, and although i have seen hundreds and hundreds of bands in a live setting over the years, these guys remain one of the top bands i have ever seen and heard live. Totally awesome. There are still some unreleased songs from these sessions.
|From: Rafo Phoenix
||Date: October 11, 2010 at 1:30|
|Great AOR, 1 of the best albums this year with White Widdow, Stan Bush, First Signal, Newman, Legacy, Shining Line, Joey Summer etc only checking in Heavy Harmonies Miracle of Love, Burning Desire, Strange World, Hannah, All I Can Give, Over the Hills & Voices Calling best songs to my tastes, 95/100.
||Date: October 10, 2012 at 22:16|
||Date: June 5, 2015 at 15:57|
|When I first heard their demo of unreleased songs, I thought to myself, "This is almost too good to be true." And in a way, it was; MysticHealer's comment is correct in that the mix does not do the songs justice. The keyboards are too loud and the vocals too buried for my ears. As I understand it, this was re-recorded and released on a pretty low budget though, and the songs themselves still carry that classic '80s flavor (I do love that they kept the big drum sound), delivered with passion and precision. Standout tracks are "Red Light" (incredible and emotional chorus), "Miracle of Love," and "Over the Hills." Could have been a score in the 90s with a better production, but I'll still give it an 85/100. Thank you Push for ensuring that these songs once again reach the ears of melodic rock fans everywhere!
||Date: August 24, 2015 at 12:30|
|Push UK are to release a Remastered and expanded version of this album with extra cuts and newly recorded songs in early September 2015. The album entitled 'Future Into The Past' is strictly limited to 500 copies being pressed. Be sure not to miss it.
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