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|4.||You Turn Me On||3:25|
|6.||Living In Exile||3:19|
|7.||Turn Your Love Light On||3:50|
|8.||Tiger And The Butterfly||3:31|
|Total Running Time:||38:54|
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|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: November 7, 2011 at 19:33|
|First comment...ummmm...wonder why...well i bought this on vinyl way back when it came out and just gave it a listen...then storaged...the album is not bad at all but neither good...Raymond's voice is plain and normal IMO...musically talking the guy should have these influences(Bruce Springsteen,Little Stevens and John Cougar Mellecamp) as some of the songs have this type of vibe..."True Life","New Emotion"(rocks!),"True Pretender"(nice),"Living In Exile"(rocks!),"Tiger And The Butterfly"(catchy) & "Ride'Em High" are somehow goodies but it won't make you go jump out of your bed or who knows,a matter of tastes...for me just plain and simple stuff...68/100|
|From: MrMetal||Date: March 5, 2012 at 13:51|
|RAYMOND MAY was born in Sri Lanka & raised in Canada. During his teens he went to London & joined THE UNKNOWNS who released one Single. While in the UK he also competed in a local "Battle Of The Bands" contest & was ultimately signed to Penta Records by one of the judges who happened to be BRYAN ADAMS manager (Bruce Allen). The result was this sole offering which was produced by Bruce Fairbaim (BON JOVI, LOVERBOY)& was released in 1988. The result was typical Canadian straight Radio-Rock made famous by BRYAN ADAMS although he had an American way of singing. It was a well produced LP, but absolutely nothing to die for & was nothing more or anything less than straight Melodic Rock that had vibes along the lines of JOHN COUGAR MELLENCAMP, DOCTOR & THE MEDICS & BILLY SQUIER. The record label eventually folded & he was left without a contract. It's unclear whether he actually opened for AEROSMITH or not at the time the label went down the tubes...|
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