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|From: juan carlos
||Date: October 4, 2011 at 21:04|
|Do You love Keys?, Do You love AOR Melodic Keys? Keyboard Heaven is what you´re gonna find here. Fantastic release indeed! I loved their album debut and i love this one too. The same direction, a bit better production that their previous one. by now 95/100 and The Album of this year The first comment? yeah and i wait for more comments!
||Date: October 5, 2011 at 6:06|
|White(Double D) WiDDow is in a time capsule down under and like myself refuses to accept any modern rock influence, as with their debut, the song remains the same with 'Serenade'. Their trademark sound is intact with more keys than a locksmith as the production is a little beefier this time out thanks to Pelle Saether(Grand Design) who mixed & mastered the album. Personally I would have liked to see the band tone down the keys a bit and roughen up their sound via 'Heavens Edge'. 'Serenade' has a wider range of musical stylings than the debut although I would have liked to hear a couple more harder edged MHR tracks like 'Tokyo Rain' off the S/T. 'Do your remember' sounds right off the Def Leppard assembly line circa 'Adrenalize'. Track for track this album is a little stronger than the debut IMO but I would like to see the Ausi Gregg Giuffria (Xavier Millis) tone it down a bit and let the guitars rip. Good release, but not in the same league as Toby Hitchcock - Mercury's Down for 2011.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: October 12, 2011 at 20:47|
|A bit better than the first album but basically maintaining the same line comes this second WW release...keys all over and pleasant songs that will give you a delightful journey through melody...my fave track is "How Far I Run" followed by the killer ballad "Patiently",the great mid tempo "Do You Remember" & the catchy last number "Love Won't Wait"...tracks 1,4 & 7 also gives you a good sensation...highly recommended album if you like subtle yet strong AOR songs...92/100
|From: hair metal again
||Date: October 14, 2011 at 2:41|
|excellent 2nd step by WHITE WIDDOW and it seems to me that they are the best new band around !it happens to know Jules the frontman and believe he is into hard rock music from back in the day and he has deep respect and knowledge of 80 s,90 s hard rock scene just like me!so for me the high level of WW aint no surprise.you can find some fantastic songs here like"patiently","show your cards","cry wolf","how far i run".very good release and of course i will buy it!
|From: the rocker
||Date: October 20, 2011 at 19:56|
|Liked the first one and like this one. I still think way to many keys and way to much up front, but still very good!
||Date: December 7, 2011 at 13:14|
|one thing is sure these guys are lovers of melodic rock.like in the first record no modern touch,no riff weirds for doing "fashion".only pure and magic aor.superb mix between keyboards and guitars.this new effort is at the same level than the first.a very hight level like champions league.a real pleasure that new band like this play a real hard fm.a must have for hard f m lovers.the 3 bonus tracks on the japan import are demo version from 3 songs of the first album.
|From: Rafo Phoenix
||Date: December 13, 2011 at 11:05|
|Super AOR/Melodic Rock album! The Second best AOR/Melodic Rock album this year IMO of course! and 1 of the best AOR/MR albums in the new millenium! and this one have 2 of the best songs this year! my favs Strangers in the Night(AOR/Melodic Rock Song of the year!) Patiently (Ballad of the year) Show Your Cards(i love the kind of style here) Cry Wolf (that intro ala Virginia Wolf), Do You Remember, Serenade, Love Won't Wait my rating 95/100.
||Date: December 16, 2011 at 17:48|
|From the samples I heard it sounds like Heaven's Edge. Might have to get this one.
||Date: January 10, 2012 at 4:30|
|Hmm, the only thing you can acuse these guys of is being too good! I'd say this is the best AOR / melodic rock album of 2011, production helps. The lyrics, hooks, vocals - harmonies are gonna take you back to your glory days. I'd compare them to a mix of 'Heaven's Edge' and Canada's 'Emerald Rain'.
||Date: March 3, 2012 at 3:37|
|Man, I had to check to see if this was actually a 2011 release. They did a FANTASTIC job of recreating the mid to late 80's sound!!! Sounds like Danger Danger, a little Loverboy, and the drums sound like Mutt Lange mixed them. Unlike alot of bands that try to copy the 80's sound, these guys ARE the 80's sound. Listening to this makes me very happy!! Good feeling, put the top down, and crank it up songs. Check these guys out, I think you'll really like em.
||Date: July 22, 2013 at 22:16|
|Excelente agrupacion, Hard rock melodico de muy buena factura, aqui suenan mas compactos que en su debut, sin duda una de las mejores bandas de esta nueva camada dentro del AOR.
||Date: January 9, 2014 at 23:36|
|Pure 80's rocks, buy it.
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