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Label: Reneissance Records
Catalog Number: RMED-159
|1.||Living in Fiction|
|2.||Play to Win|
|3.||What's It Gonna Take|
|5.||She Broke Your Heart|
|6.||Don't Walk Away|
|7.||You're a Mystery to Me|
|8.||Draw the Line|
|9.||Where Did the Time Go|
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|From: Rafo Phoenix||Date: October 11, 2010 at 12:00|
|Very Good Melodic Rock/AOR, "Play to Win, Tonite, Don't Walk Away, You're a Mystery to Me & Draw the Line" best songs IMO, 85/100.|
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|From: Jez||Date: October 11, 2010 at 15:49|
|Pretty good stuff this one, with quite a few songs on here that feature on other artists recordings. There are 2 Toronto tracks 'Don't Walk Away' and 'You're A Mystery' (from 'Get It On Credit'), 'What Does It Take' appeared on Molly Hatchet's 'No Guts..No Glory' album.' Draw The Line' (written by Bryan Adams) apperaed on Ted Nugent's 'Penetrator' and Paul Dean (Loverboy) excellent 'Hardcore discs, aswell as 'Tonite' which was on Bryan Adams own 'You Want It, You Got It' release back in '81. Also of note is that producer extraordinaire Bruce Fairbairn (Bon Jovi, Loverboy, Dan Reed, Aerosmith) was in the band. I certainly wouldn't describe this as a classic by any means, but it is definitely worth picking up if mid 80's AOR is your thing and there are certainly some good tracks on here - Lead off' Living In Fiction' being a good example.|
|From: Swazi||Date: October 15, 2010 at 12:20|
|Good description, Jez ! Yes, definitely worth picking up. I quite enjoyed this one. Good thing that Renaissance Records reissued it on CD (hopefully officially) as I had one of those "Rock-It Records" CDR's.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: October 16, 2010 at 20:04|
|Great album!!!..loved it!!..agree with my friend Rafo Phoenix and with Jez and Swazi ...melodic catchy AOR/Rock.."Living In Fiction" has a fantastic beat,"Play To Win" is a catchy one,"What's It Gonna Take" is a goodie,"Tonight" is a nice smooth track,"She Broke Your Heart" rocks,"Don't Walk Away" is another smoothie,this, a solid one,"You're A Mystery To Me" undoubtebly it has to be the best track of the album,catchy & nice chorus 4 sure ,"Where The The Time Go" is a pleasant song...in general lines this release is worth having it in your collection...88/100|
|From: aorluver||Date: November 1, 2010 at 11:29|
|Oh my oh my!!! What a great album!!! "Play to Win", "Where Did the Time Go and" first of all "Don't Walk Away" are AOR beauties! Reminds me of Streets a bit Is it their only record?|
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