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Artist: Harlan Cage

Title: The Very Best Of

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Category: AOR

Year: 2004

Label: Gypsy Rose Records

Catalog Number: GRR323

Personnel

L.A. Greene Vocals, Guitars
Roger Scott Craig Keyboards, Vocals

Tracks

1.  My Mama Said  
2.  Two Ships In The Night  
3.  No Sunday Bride  
4.  Can't Tame The Raven  
5.  One New York Morning  
6.  No Turnin' Back Japanese Bonus Track  
7.  Wooden Cross  
8.  Stacy New Cover Track    Cover: Fortune
9.  Hell Is Such A Lonely Place New Track  
10.  Three Nights Runnin'  
11.  Chinatown  
12.  As You Are  
13.  Blow Wind Blow  
14.  One Naked Kiss  
15.  Pay The Devil His Due  
16.  Halfway Home  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: metalhead Date: November 16, 2004 at 3:30
hello every one i can not say one bad thing about this cd or the band i have all there cds every time i here there music i want to melt his vocals kick ass great great band here thanks bob

From: Wotty Date: November 23, 2004 at 14:26
Quality melodic rock by a superb band.Nuff said !!!

From: tomcat Date: January 6, 2005 at 7:50
maybe not the best off i should make of this great band..but nevertheless a great way of fallin' in love with the music of this band. but you should buy all their albums cos they truly deserve more recognition..what a great band..damn

From: Swriter Date: March 2, 2005 at 20:16
the best band of the 90's and great stuff, this is a good best of, it is very close to the best of I would make, except that on this best comp, there are no Fortune songs that HCage re-recorded. This is solid class all the way, and not found too much in today's music scene. A must!!!! and for those that have all HCage cd's, get this one for Stacy, No Turnin, and Hell which were not on any HCage cds. Just great!!! I hope there is much more from this great top class band!!!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: December 21, 2011 at 15:06
Pleasant compilation with plenty of mid tempos and yes Swriter,it would have been a better compilation if they had selected more songs from the Fortune era(they have re-recorded more than one)...tracks like "Two Ships In The Night","No Sunday Bride","One New York Mornig"( ),"Stacy"(do i need to add something that hasn't been said before???,a beautiful song by all means,classic AOR ballad),"Three Nights Runnin'","Chinatown","As You Are"(nice),"Pay The Devil His Due" & "Halfway Home" are just trully brilliant ones IMO...enjoyable to have despite the lack of more re-recorded Fortune songs...91/100


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