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|From: Metal T
||Date: November 21, 2012 at 17:17|
|More of the same.If you liked their previous three records this one probably won't disappoint you.'Time After Time' is an excellent tune (really nice prechorus/chorus parts!) You could do alot worse then this band.Good stuff.Perhaps they could put out a live' record next time out.
|From: juan carlos
||Date: January 8, 2013 at 17:20|
|Hey guys! That riff on "On the Outside" is very similar to Zakk Wylde on the "Miracle Man" song! The Whitesnake style is here and there. I'd prefer listening to Phil Vincent on AOR songs. Good Riffs anyway, and my favorites song is "Can't Get You Out of My Head". "The Hunger" is cool as well. AORMASTER Always here as always!! 8/10
||Date: February 13, 2013 at 4:53|
|Legion a.k.a. The Detroit assembly line of MHR is back. This band has released 4 studio albums in a period of 2 years Call Guinness book of World Records, “Legion V” is due this spring. It's no wonder the result is a cookie-cutter sound with "Resurrection" being the most stale and unimpressive release of the bunch. Pretty average (humdrum) release IMO with no real stand out tracks to my ears. Phil Vincent must have 3 ex wives with baited alimony breath, as he is 2-timing this band fronting 3 albums with 'D’Ercole' also in the last couple years. I like some of the tracks on the bands previous 3 albums, but I reccommend, quality not quantity. How about spacing out their releases and putting in more originality and production value. Phil makes Don Dokken look like David Lee Roth as far as stage presence with a recent live show. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_EeeMzndsDU
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