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Category: Melodic Rock

Year: 2015

Label: Station Music Llc

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Average Rating: 86 / 100 (8 ratings)


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Patrick Kearney vocals
Chris Lane guitars
Mike Anderson bass
Justin Ryan drums
1.  I Don't Want To Know Your Name  4:30
2.  Everything  4:52
3.  Dressed To Kill  4:43
4.  Are You Sleeping Alone  5:27
5.  True Believer  3:53
6.  With Me Tonight  4:23
7.  Bitter With The Better  3:31
8.  More Than Enough  5:06
9.  No Way Out  3:29
10.  Waiting For You  6:50
11.  Never Say Never  4:19
12.  I Can't Live Without You  4:37
13.  Wildest Dreams  4:04
14.  Shot Of Life  5:59
15.  One and Only  5:27
Total Running Time:  71:10

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From: rick kerch vzla Date: May 16, 2015 at 11:36
Pretty good band/decent album that reminds me somehow of Def Leppard(especially on the choruses)with an AORish flavour...great solid songs backed up with a good vocalist that ranges from Melodic Rock to AOR...best ones for me are tracks 2,5(AOR),6(AOR),7,11,13 & 15...recommended...90/100

From: MetalllianStallion Date: August 2, 2016 at 21:49
This band reigns from NYC which isn't exactly the hot-bead of hard rock, even back in the day. Station IMO would have gotten a major label deal if they where transported back 30 years in time, as they have all the tools in making catchy MHR. The song from the band's EP which should have made it here is "Don't Take Heaven Away from Me" as the other 2 tracks from that EP carried over are so-so. At 15 songs, this album could easily knock off 5 tracks and not loose any of it's potency. You know your in business with the opening track's riff, and "dressed to kill" they even made a video for. "Are You Sleeping Alone" and "With Me Tonight" fit the mandatory hair band ballad criteria. Station - Dressed To Kill (Official Music Video) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pIceQDN6OKk

From: nobycane74 Date: January 29, 2017 at 13:08
This band has been around for awhile with an independent 4-track EP release a few years back. Finally recording some additional material to make a full-length album (15 tracks). A huge album release which IMO overdoes it a bit with so many tracks - the album is overwhelming and takes away from being a true debut. Take out about 2-3 tracks and this would be a better release. Missing here from the original EP "I'd Understand" & "Don't Take Heaven Away From Me". The songs are true to the classic 80's stadium rock/AOR vibe. Easily could have been released somewhere in '88-92 and would have been successful. HIGHLIGHTS: #2,3,4,8,9,12,15. MY RATING: 89/100.

From: Jay K Date: August 17, 2017 at 14:03
This is easily my favorite album of the 2010's. A bit long with just a little filler, but the excellent tracks make up for it.

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