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Label: Avenue Of Allies
Catalog Number: Avenue 14 01 0060
|2.||Catch Me If You Can||5:03|
|3.||Brighter After Dark||4:25|
|4.||Fool For Your Love||4:44|
|6.||Where Are You Now||4:56|
|7.||Half Of My Heart||4:24|
|11.||Hide And Seek||5:04|
|Total Running Time:||52:10|
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|From: Jez||Date: June 23, 2014 at 9:42|
|Album number 2 and a very welcome return of Alexander Kronbrink and his very stylish band. This is slightly more straight AOR than the more Westcoast sound of the (excellent) debut, but is non the worse for it. 'Amelia' is a very good Work Of Art style track, even down to the girls name of the title and the rest of the songs here are a consistently good mix of smooth AOR and ballads, served up to the highest standards by great musicianship and a top notch production. As with the debut, I like the mix of male/female vocals on different tracks, as it adds something to the overall feel of the album and never makes anything sound too samey. This is a big step up from the debut and a very very good album indeed, which should please most AOR/West Coast fans no end. Highly recommended|
|From: lost-soul||Date: September 1, 2014 at 16:47|
|Very good effort once again from Sonic Station. Agreeing with Jez, that the mixture of male and female vocals is a great addition to the band - both of them have tremendous vocal abilities - and the songwriting is of very high quality. It's obvious that mr. Kronbrink isn't afraid to experiment a little bit with the sound of the band and I feel that the end result is one very classy AOR album. Only downside for me is that the choruses at most songs don't sound that powerful or memorable as they could be, in order to make this album a gem. But the overall feel of the album is great and I especially enjoy the songs in which ms. Willstedt is singing.|
|From: heavenlylion||Date: November 19, 2014 at 1:11|
|Huge upgrade from the first one. Not that that one was bad, just uneven with too many different singers that seemed like it was thrown together for the sake of putting something out. This on the other hand, sounds like a cohesive effort with much more focus and some fantastic AOR with WestCoast touches. Johan and Marika do a wonderful job as the only two lead vocalist this time out. One of the best in this style of the year...|
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