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|1.||No Sunday Bride||4:25||Listen|
|3.||Thrill of It All||3:45||Listen|
|4.||Can't Tame the Raven||4:11||Listen|
|5.||Hard Yellow Line (You Lied to Me)||3:48||Listen|
|6.||Last Plane Out||4:25||Listen|
|7.||A Little Rain||4:19||Listen|
|8.||Feel the Wheel||3:32||Listen|
|9.||Making My Way Back to You||3:27||Listen|
|10.||Late Night Escapades||4:04||Listen|
|11.||Before the Night is Gone||3:37||Listen|
|12.||Two Ships in the Night||3:53||Listen|
|Total Running Time:||47:54|
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|Heavy Harmonies Review|
|From: Dan||Date: March 18, 2003 at 1:34|
|Harlan Cage is at it again...their third magnum opus. I thought they had peaked with Double Medication Tuesday (my #2 album for 1998), I mean how could they possibly surpass the pure AOR genius of that effort? I've been raving about DMT ever since it came out. Well, they've managed to surprise even me. Even if they haven't managed to equal the perfection of DMT, they've come DAMNED close! This is about the closest you will come to AOR (album-oriented rock) in its purest form, what those of us older folks remember as AOR of the late 1970s, as opposed to the AOR (adult-oriented rock) of the 1990s. This album is extremely reminiscent of Journey at its peak (Escape, Frontiers) with a slightly heavier edge. Never fear, the hooks and harmonies are there aplenty...|
Track By Track:
Well, I'm spent. Simply put, this is a phenomenal disc. If I had to pick nits, the *only* downside is that perhaps the production is a bit wanting in spots, but that is a minor criticism which is more than compensated for by the wonderful musicality of the album. Even the tracks above that I earmarked as "ok" or "not memorable" are that simply because they are on this album. Were they to be released on any other disc by any other band they'd be focal points. I can't stress it enough: if you are a fan of vintage Journey and of true AOR the way it used to be, you cannot miss this disc! Congratulations to the band on an exemplary accomplishment!!
|From: kim||Date: February 24, 2001 at 4:35|
|One of the greatest bands in aor-land. This cd is my highlight of 1999. I'm gonna check out their earlier work.|
|From: Janxy||Date: April 28, 2001 at 17:51|
|I thought I'd heard perfection before, but with this album Harlan Cage, for me, have created THE perfect album. Spot on production and every song is a favorite. The lyrics evoke a certain nostalgic feel as the album progresses making it more than just one great song after another, but a heartfelt experience. The world of music is a far better place with Harlan Cage in it.|
|From: freddy de keyze||Date: October 17, 2002 at 3:08|
|As said before, this is one of the finest AOR bands of these days. One of the few that can compete with bands from the seventies and eighties. All their albums are great and a MUST !|
|From: Kique||Date: January 20, 2003 at 19:25|
|3rd album and a little better than the second one. No doubt, to me THIS IS the AOR band today, nobody makes better this kind of songs. Great.|
|From: Mister Sister||Date: May 20, 2003 at 17:17|
|THIS IS AOR!!!!. Glorieus keyboards with angels singing praises like heavnes on holy! Burn away your nubreed garbage and play this for neighbors or freinds a like and they will kiss your for making them lovers of aor sounds!|
|From: Rycheage||Date: June 15, 2003 at 2:48|
|So in a nutshell this is the best album of the band's career and easily one of the best releases this year and one of the best albums MTM have released yet. Essential.|
|From: Chris||Date: July 2, 2003 at 21:50|
|These guys have really come out rocking on Forbidden Colors, but have not forgotten their AOR base either. The first half of the album sticks close to the formula of the last album - powerful AOR songs, intelligent hooks and melodies - with a couple of exceptions. These tunes are better than ever and the vocals and delivery of the songs exceed anything on the previous two albums.|
|From: AORster||Date: April 2, 2004 at 16:35|
|The best Harlan Cage album of the all. A little more "moody" than the previous ones but that only makes it better.|
|From: tomcat||Date: December 28, 2004 at 9:02|
|unbelievable great music...|
|From: Swriter||Date: February 11, 2005 at 19:00|
|very hard to pick one Harlan Cage that is the greatest because that is impossible, but, if I had to, I would pick this one. Great AOR/rock/pomp release!!! the keys are fantastic!!! To me, the most solid Harlan Cage album but again they r all wonderful. Standouts are Sunday, Chinatown, Thrill, Raven, Last Plane, A Little Rain, Making my way, and Two Ships. also check out the other H.Cage masterpiece, Double Medication, A classic of the 2000's!!!!!|
|From: Geoff||Date: February 11, 2005 at 23:03|
|Now this one is easily the best of the first three, IMO. When I got it I loved it, then after a few times I started to hear how similar many songs are and that there is a slight lack of killer punch, but this is slightly "heavier" than the other two and I used to really like 'Chinatown', 'Last plane out', 'A little rain', 'Late night escapades' and 'Two ships in the night'. Now I just like them and would label them the best of this CD. Nice for AOR lovers.|
|From: skelly||Date: March 10, 2005 at 14:06|
|IMO the best Harlan Cage CD of them all. Would like to give it a 10 but then the search for the perfect CD would be over.|
|From: headbanger4life||Date: November 1, 2005 at 0:11|
|I only have the S/T and this album and I love them both. I have the Japanese version with a bonus track. Very good AOR. I think these guys are very under-appreciated. I never hear a lot about them. I just happened to grab their first release because I found it cheap and wanted to try something new. I'm glad I did.|
|From: rocknroll||Date: October 1, 2007 at 17:07|
|Come on guys, this is overrated. This album is ok but defenetely not 94 rating|
|From: halfordhughes||Date: October 17, 2008 at 1:44|
|very good aor cd!!!|
|From: JamesEagle||Date: October 21, 2009 at 17:40|
|A decent album all round, but for me 'No Sunday Bride', 'Thrill Of It All' and 'A Little Rain' are breathtaking. There are very few better rock songs out there in my opinion. 'Last Train Out' is very good too. Great stuff.|
|From: AORvault||Date: June 7, 2011 at 5:45|
|Darker and moodier in places than the first two albums but it's a monster of an album! Still listen to this on a regular basis. Best song; Can't Tame the Raven.|
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