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|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: September 16, 2011 at 9:38|
|Straight to the point - the Airrace debut 'Shaft Of Light' was one of THE best AOR albums ever to come out of the UK and when it passed by with hardly a whimper and the band fell apart, the music world and the AOR/MR genre especially lost a talented band for sure. 18 years coming, finally the 2nd album appears and a very very good one it is too. Obviously the typical '80's production on 'Shaft..' (especially those electronic drums) has made way for a more muscular, guitar oriented sound, but one thing is for sure, the quality of the songs is most definitely still well in order, with opener 'Keep On Going' and 'Call Me Anytime' being particular highlights. Super album and good to have them back.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: September 29, 2011 at 21:54|
|In agreement with Jez almost a 100% except for the songs....i expected more to be honest...quaility of the songs are good but nothing to do with the glorious "Shaft Of Light" of 1984...anyway Keith Murrell still delivers great vocal skills ....my faves are "Back To Start" & "Enough Of Your Loving"(rocks good) but some other goodie ones are "Keep On Going","When Baby","So Long"(has some rip off of Survivor's hit Eye Of The Tiger at the beginning)& "Wrong Way Out"(rocks)...a good come back...82/100
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