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Label: Retrospect Records
Catalog Number: RR-496
|1.||Leave Well Enough Alone|
|2.||I'll Be Lovin You|
|4.||Keep This Love Alive|
|6.||Do You Wanna Know|
|7.||Walk the Line|
|9.||The Last Time|
|10.||Someone to Love|
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|From: juan carlos||Date: November 3, 2010 at 15:08|
|Great Female-Fronted AOR album indeed, glad to be the first one here. If you are a Female-Fronted fan then this A Must Buy ! one of the Most Long-Awaited albums by the FF-AOR Fans around the world. Kristina and Karen do a nice job and the other musicians are well-respected sessionists. "Leave Well Enough Alone" "Hold On" "Someone to Love" "I'll Be Lovin You" "The Last Time" and "Sweet Surrender" are my favorite tracks. Highly Recommended 90/100|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: November 6, 2010 at 19:11|
|Fans of Cheetah will love this!!! (Cheetah was an Australian Hard Rock band led by 2 talented ladies the same like The Storm in this case)..."Leave Well Enough Alone" is a killer starter that is followed soon by a beautiful ballad named "I'll Be Lovin' You","Hold On" catchy,"Sweet Surrender" ,"Do You Wanna Know" catchy too,"The Last Time" excellent & "Someone To Love" ends the album rockin' the best way possible ...a good choice if you pick this up guys!.95/100|
|From: aorheart||Date: November 18, 2010 at 14:27|
|Finally on CD !!! Awesome album !!! I think the best female fronted AOR/Melodic Rock album ever !!! This is a must have !!! Track 1-6 are from the 6-track demo THE STORM 1990. I have the demo cassette original and I can tell you it sounds better. Kristina Nichols also made a great 10-track demo in 1990 with Judith Randall (Venus & Mars, Mark Free). You can find the fantastic songs "Broken" and "Keep This love Alive" also on the album from DORO (1990) !|
|From: aorheart||Date: November 18, 2010 at 14:30|
|I forget the rating: 100/100 !!!|
|From: MysticHealer||Date: February 23, 2011 at 17:23|
|Without a shadow of doubt this is the best female fronted AOR release ever. From start to finish this is just simply an amazing release. 'Leave well enough alone' has to be one of the finest AOR songs ever written. I'll be lovin you, Keep this love alive, The last Time, Walk the line are real gems. You can not go wrong with this release. I rarely use the word 'Classic', and have only said it on a few occasions, but this ranks alongside the best ever. A true 'classic'.|
|From: 123charpenay||Date: June 20, 2012 at 12:59|
|i have in my collection a japan import no official of the demos of the storm.ok the sound is not always perfect but the result is:17 tracks 17 hits.extraordinary female aor band.how a band of this quality never find a deal with a major?mystery.receive today the reissue from retrospect record.congratulations to sam from retropect for the sound absoluty perfect of this marvellous cd.i discover 3 new songs track 7.8.10 witch are not on my japan import.the best realise from retrospect.thumbs up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!|
|From: sabace||Date: July 31, 2012 at 13:57|
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