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Artist: Lauren Harris

Title: Calm Before the Storm

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Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 2008

Label: Demolition Records

Catalog Number: DR2CD 005

Personnel

Lauren Harris lead, backing vocals
Richie Faulkner guitars
Tommy McWilliams drums, keyboards, guitar, programming, backing vocals
Steve Harris bass, backing vocals
John Falcone bass
Miguel Gonzales bass
Michael Quinn bass, backing vocals
Joe Lazarus drums

Tracks

1.  Steal Your Fire  4:33
2.  Your Turn  3:43
3.  Get Over It  3:51
4.  Like It or Not  3:31
5.  From the Bottom to the Top  3:43
6.  Let Us Be  3:55
7.  Hurry Up  4:20
8.  Come on Over  4:11
9.  Hit or Miss  3:56
10.  See Through  3:47
11.  You Say  4:34
12.  Natural Thing  5:55
  
Total Running Time:  49:59

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Existing comments about this CD

From: rick kerch vzla Date: July 6, 2011 at 21:43
First comment and is not gonna be so enthusiastic...this is like a mix of Avril Lavigne and a poor version of Joan Jett...ok this is the daughter of the mighty Steve Harris of Iron Maiden fame but shamely this girl couldn't follow her father steps...anyway about the tracks "Steal Your Fire" opens the album quite well as this is a cover song originally by the scottish rockers GUN but then the album collapses into a modern poppy sound destined to teenagers...then another "goodies" could be "Like It Or Not","From The Botton To The Top"(nice),"Come On Over" & "Natural Thing" which is an UFO cover(the 2 covers are the ones that save the album somehow from complete failure)...nothing really outstanding apart from the 2 cover songs...50/100

From: Doug Date: December 9, 2015 at 18:53
Yeah, there is at times a pop sensibility to this album, but I gotta say I like it. Guitars are heavy at times and songs are overall melodic. It's worth a listen in my opinion.


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