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Label: XLR8 Records
Catalog Number: IN4-299
|1.||Hard to Believe||3:14|
|2.||Second Guess Myself to Death||2:26|
|3.||Does Anybody Care||3:26|
|4.||Twist My Arm||3:42|
|6.||Million Miles Apart||4:22|
|7.||Love Has Found You||3:04|
|11.||You Have My Heart||3:19|
|12.||Blind in the Eye of the Storm||4:25|
|14.||Til the End of Time||4:15|
|16.||Say What You Mean||4:23|
|17.||Song on the Radio||3:44|
|Total Running Time:||61:25|
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|Heavy Harmonies Review|
|From: Dan||Date: March 18, 2003 at 1:36|
|First of all, congrats to the band on a solid self-produced effort. There is some very good musicianship going on here. It's a solid AOR presentation, and the production quality is pretty good. The thing that irritates me the most (and this is strictly a personal thing) is the lead vocalist. The phrasing, breathiness, and timbre of the vocals sound a bit strained at times. He reminds me at times of the lead singer of Crowded House. Stylistically, there is nothing wrong here at all; it's what I would classify as lite AOR.|
All in all this is not a bad album. From a value perspective, you cannot go wrong: 17 tracks coming in at just over an hour. It just has a few weaknesses that bump it down a notch or two. The band is at its strongest when they are rocking rather than when they are crooning. Get the vocalist to project a bit more, use the backing vocals a bit more, and maybe a layer or two more of background keyboards, and you're there! I heard a hint of "screaming guitars" on a few tracks; it sounded good. Utilize it! In a nutshell, this is a band that, while they still have some growing to do musically, definitely have potential. Give 'em another album or two and look out!
|From: RainStar2k||Date: March 3, 2002 at 23:43|
|I heard this and didn't like it. at all. Very acoustic, very bland music without oomph that holds very little interest even to a music lover. Sorry but it sucks|
|From: Roger||Date: September 15, 2003 at 3:30|
|Very cool band (especially live) who has been plugging away on the local scene here in the Phoenix area for over a decade. Their two cds before "Three" feature more of a 80's hard rock sound (like Firehouse meets Tyketto). I know that this cd has some lighter moments, but the songwriting is still top notch. Give it a few listens and it will grow on you.|
|From: Delbert||Date: January 9, 2010 at 19:14|
|A mixture of semi-acoustic AOR and lightweight pop rock populates the CD. With 17 tracks here's what is on offer and my faves from each category - uptempo acoustic [Hard To Believe], semi-acoustic [Love Has Found You, Angel], rockier material [Twist My Arm (party rock that comes across as an intelligent version of POISON meets NELSON], lightweight rock [Does Anybody Care (a streetwise jazzy vibe), You Have My Heart (a gentle tune that echoes EXTREME/VON GROOVE), ballads [Fly Away (latter day VON GROOVE), 'Til The End Of Time (a poignant ballad that regains your attention after a couple of ok-ish tunes), Song On The Radio (an acoustic guitar number ala MR BIG)].|
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