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|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: October 21, 2012 at 12:37|
|Kicking a** Hard Rock album with a great female vocalist in it!!!..."Ever See Your Face" & "Mountain" are both killer tracks,"Living For Tomorrow" brings the catchy side of the band,"How I Am" is a solid softy,"Your Love" has some Hard AORish feel & "Sisters" closes the release doing what the band knows best to do,to rock!!!..recomemded eyes closed...90/100
||Date: April 11, 2013 at 20:24|
|Hey the Homeland Security of HH deleted my review on this one? It's a good thing I keep carbon comment copies for these black balled emergencies. Now this is a female fronted band that I can sink my teeth into. Talk about shattering stereotypes, how about a black chick with pipes to spare singing MHR? Talk about a needle in a hay stack, as I'm not sure if that profile even existed in the 80's, but leave it to Sweden to come up with the goods again. I have heard this band compared to other female fronted bands 'Laos' and 'Witness', but personally I think this release smokes them. Sofia Lilja is a vocal coach and has quite the register(range),mastering the art of inflection as shown on the ballad 'How Am I'. The band plays like a well-oiled circa' 80's machine. I generally prefer male vocals in my rock and only have a handful of CD's with female singers but this is a worthy addition. Lilja put's on a vox clinic as with her chops she can teach many how to sing hard rock the right way.
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