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Artist: Position

Title: The Message

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Category: Hard Rock/Metal

Year: 1998

Label: Independent release

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Personnel

Alex Lonabaugh guitars, vocals
John JJ Stout guitars, vocals
Frank Barrett bass, vocals
Jack Kocher drums
Lil Al Bufano vocals

Tracks

1.  The Message  
2.  Boy Next Door  
3.  Angel of the Morning  
4.  Comin Home  
5.  Wanted for Love  
6.  Position  
7.  Rockin All Night  
8.  Steal Your Heart  
9.  Another Man's Woman  
10.  Edge Of Love  
11.  Are You the One  
12.  She's Gonna Tease  
13.  Treat Me Right  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Lil Al Date: April 28, 2001 at 8:39
"The Message" "This album is full of great melodic rock and great guitar harmonies,excellently performed song structures,catchy choruses in the 80's tradition..A worthy purchase"- Nicky Baldrian UK reviewer Strutter'Zine and Fireworks magazine. "More of a hard rock band than an AOR act, Al Bufano and crew mix elements of both to make themselves a great rock record with a sound that hasn't been heard in almost a decade..this is simply put, a damn good rock record.." -State Of The Rock World

From: Lil Al Date: June 3, 2001 at 12:46
This cd has been reviewed by:Strutter'Zine,CatchyHooks,Valhalla Metal Mag,ElectricBasement.com,Stormbringer,FLASH magazine,State Of The Rock World(8 out of 10) Moodswings,Metal & Hard Rock Area...Cd is available from Metal Mayhem Music and Perris Records & Restless & Wild Imports.

From: Lil Al Bufano Date: July 8, 2002 at 18:37
"If Judas Priest mixed it up with AC/DC and then got into a guitar-swinging rumble with Ted Nugent and Twisted Sister, you'd have Position" - Andrew Cushman Rock Music Menu Delaware County Times

From: David Date: August 11, 2002 at 9:23
Anyone heard of a band called Pole Position, apparently they sound like early Shotgun Messiah?

From: TYTAN3K Date: September 12, 2002 at 17:37
Pole Position sound more like a mix between heavy TNT and Masquerade's first album. Their S/T album is killer but VERY hard to find. Their second isn't as good, more grungy, but still has a few good tracks. Worth tracking down the debut though just for "Out of the Night."

From: Lil Al Date: October 7, 2003 at 9:27
Our debut cd "The Message" is now available from CDBaby.com Listen to the MP3's and write your own review!! www.cdbaby.com/cd/position

From: Rycheage Date: January 23, 2005 at 10:12
Good party rock is of the order here. Very guitar driven hard rock, there is just too much filler to make this a classic. When they put their mind to it to pen a good song, they are very good, but the rest are just mediocre filler. "Angel Of The Morning", "Another Man's Woman" and "Steal Your Heart" more than make up for the filler.


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