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|From: Rafo Phoenix
||Date: March 2, 2012 at 0:05|
|Very Good Hard Rock! 1989 nuff said! Broken Mirror, Meantime, Shadows, Blackbird, Down & Lay Me Down my Super favs! Reminds me to 2 of my fav. bands of all times Tesla and The Cult (Style/Voice) then... 85/100.
||Date: July 30, 2013 at 18:56|
|I have a Bootleg version with the original cover art & working title of "One Night Only" (same songs). They formed in 1987 when singer Steven Ray Anastos (CITY SLICK) joined up with Mark Crowley (g), Ronny Jones (g) & Al DeSilva (d) form AIRCRAFT. They sent a Demo out to some labels without interest & parted with Mark & Al who were replaced by John Grimmett (b) & Dave Casey (d). They sent out some more Demos & finally got signed by Atlantic (no idea how) & had Beau Hill produce the LP which was supposed to be released in 1990. It got shelved before seeing the light of day (for whatever reasons)& was one of those cases where I felt the label had made the right decision. While the talent was there, this material was very generic & just dragged along throughout most of the songs (and even the better ones were just average). They sounded like a much more melodic & generic version of early BON JOVI, THE CULT, TESLA, & BILLY IDOL. This wouldn't have made it in 1990 let alone 2001. AVERAGE.
||Date: August 22, 2017 at 5:24|
|decent american hard rock with a very great singer.not bad but one thousand hard rock bands are able to play the same very common hard rock.totally agree with mr metal this realise is average not more.how a so average band have find a deal with beau hill and atlantic records?for me it s a mystery.
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