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Artist: Saker

Title: Saker

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2010

Label: Retrospect Records

Catalog Number: RR-485

Personnel

Anthony Riso Drums
Chris Costa Vocals, Keyboards
Dave Saker Guitar
G.T. Lyons Bass
Jason Baruner Vocals
Joe Bennett Drums
Phil Bennett Keyboards
Scotty Smallwood Drums
Steve Nystrem Bass
Steve Taylor Vocals

Tracks

1.  Cry Out  
2.  Edge of Love  
3.  Jump  
4.  Passion Spin  
5.  How Do You Feel Tonight  
6.  Spell On Me  
7.  Pussycat Purr  
8.  Your Love  
9.  Funky Monkey  
10.  Still Loving You  
11.  Party  
12.  You & Me  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: halfordhughes Date: May 31, 2011 at 0:29
this is very good hard rock album!

From: 123charpenay Date: November 29, 2011 at 14:05
this band never find a deal with a record compagny in the nineties.so now some very small american companies are specialist to put on the market unknow bands who have the same problem than saker 20 years ago.the result is always bad.only one exception last temptation with "better late than never".with saker it is simple track 1 to 6 great sound,big guitars and very good hard rock songs.but after track 7 to 12 it is a real nightmare.2 others singers (bad very bad singers) production and sound different than the start.very weak songs.absoluty no interest i have the feeling to hear a different and very bad band than the 6 firsts songs.what is the interest to put on the market this product?maybe cause saker s musicians are close friends to retrospect record.not for the quality of the music and the record.


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