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||Date: January 28, 2019 at 14:45|
|This sounds nothing at all like Mercury's Down. It's more like Find Me with Hitchcock on vocals rather than LaBlanc. The production is almost completely identical, save for some interesting string arrangements scattered here and there. It's not bad, but I'm missing the power of the debut.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: February 17, 2019 at 13:37|
|Perfect and solid sound fulfilled with a powerful vocalist...Toby is nowadays one of the most respected singers of the AOR genre even though his career with Pride Of Lions is in a 'stand by" mode right now and doing his own solo stuff that took him 8 years to release a 2nd album ...my fave tracks are #2,3(beautiful),7,8,9 & 11.Not as solid as his 2011 debut but for sure is a lovely one as well.85/100
||Date: April 7, 2020 at 13:50|
|Better than his first effort, but still melodic rock 'by the numbers', and way too noisy and generally compositions. Two exceptions though: This is our world is a fine song, and Don't leave is actually a top melodic track!
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