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Demon Drive - Four Play New/Sealed Import German hard rock for fans of Scorpions
Demon Drive - Four Play New/Sealed Import German hard rock for fans of Scorpions
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Demon Drive

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2003

Label: Escape Records (United Kingdom)

Catalog Number: 085

Average Rating: 80 / 100 (9 ratings)

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Personnel
Michael Voss vocals, keyboards
Thorsten Koehne guitars, mandolin
Jochen Mayer bass, vocals
Frank Kraus drums, percussion
Tracks
1.  Roller Coaster Ride  
2.  Devil Woman  
3.  Misdemeanour  
4.  Dance into the Music  
5.  Here Comes That Feelin' Again  
6.  She Goes...  
7.  Waterfall  
8.  Northern Light  
9.  Room No. 17  
10.  Because of You  
11.  Remember Where You Heard It First  

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From: r.s.-rocks Date: March 19, 2003 at 23:17
great new album from michael voss and co. including a remake of the casanova single b-side "here comes that feeling again". perfect summer music.

From: tomcat Date: May 15, 2003 at 19:53
although the spring season ain't over yet here in belgium, this disc will always remind me of this spring..this is my flavour of the season..what am i talking about, all there releases are great...they're very talented batcave777@hotmail.com

From: Rycheage Date: June 12, 2003 at 0:15
There are a couple of fillers within the album, but overall this is a welcome return to the band's intended sound and sees and end to the experimentation that was present on their last album. In going backwards, this is a major step forward and will restore fans faith in the band. A strong production and some good chorus hooks make this a solid European melodic rock album

From: Hrudet Date: July 2, 2003 at 20:50
Thankfully the band have returned to their melodic roots, with the sound on this album more in tune with the first couple of releases of this German melodic outfit. I'm pleased to say that this album also provides a solid production quality, with a punchy guitar sound and well balanced mix. Singer Michael Voss has an unusual tone and a distinct accent in his delivery. You'll either love or hate it, but his voice does suit the material.

From: R:S: - ROCKS Date: July 20, 2003 at 17:17
NEWS JUST BROKE THAT DEMON DRIVE SPLIT UP AFTER 8 YEARS AND A FEW GREAT RECORDS! THEY ALL GO THERE SEPERATE WAYS - NO BAD BLOOD! MICHAEL VOSS GOES ON AS A PRODUCER FOR "BISS" AND "SILVER", THE OTHER 3 GUYS LOOKING FOR NEW BANDS. SO THIS ALBUM IS THEIR LAST!

From: Geoff Date: March 3, 2005 at 6:17
F*ck, what a way to go!!! Awesome disc!!! 'Devil Woman' is a cool cover, 'Dance into the Music' has a nice groove and is likable, 'Here Comes That Feelin' Again' is stunning - Voss at his best, 'Northern Light' is a beautiful ballad, 'Because of You' is prime melodic hard rock, and 'Remember Where You Heard It First' is so good it could still have made this band, even in 2004, with some lucky airplay. A few fillers here, but amazing good tracks. Awesome CD, awesome band. Thanks 4 the music

From: (CZ)mark-t Date: June 4, 2006 at 3:34
WTF Geoff you crazy this song "Devil Women" is from SHY.i no love but original Best.8/10

From: metalmaniac777 Date: December 31, 2009 at 8:11
Not quite as strong as the debut, but it nibbles closely on its heels. Once again the songs are all about the hooks, striving for ear-candy catchiness like a NASCAR driver racing for the checkered flag. Aside from a couple of fillers sprinkled across the CD, the tunes are exactly what melodic hard rock fans crave, deliverng sonic satisfaction like the musical equivalent of a good hummer. If you're into bands like Casanova, Fiore, Harem Scarem, Shy, etc., then you'll definitely enjoy playing this album over and over again.

From: Delbert Date: January 1, 2010 at 11:59
I hear crisp guitars, sharp hooks, cool choruses and this time around, the guitar duties are handled by guitarist Thorsten Koehne. The sound comes off to me in the vein of WESTWORLD. Nothing new or innovative hear, but, enjoyable....

From: andi Date: January 1, 2011 at 9:33
Michael Voss has to be involved everywhere as he seeks the success he is but never find! He should have stayed on the stalk of the past with MAD MAX "NIGHGT OF PASSION"!Every Pop MICHAEL WENDLER Album is better than this!!


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