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Life, Love, Loss
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Category: Melodic Rock
Label: Melodic Rock Records
Catalog Number: MRR004
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Robin Ericsson bass/vocals|
Mats Ericsson drums
Micke Jansson keyboards
Jesper Adefelt guitar, backing vocals
Daniel Johansson guitar, backing vocals
|1. ||B.O.D ||3:49|
|2. ||Arms of Misery ||3:42|
|3. ||A Little Bit ||3:07|
|4. ||Captured by the Moment ||3:27|| ||Cover: Steve Perry|
|5. ||Just Imagine ||3:23|
|6. ||Story of Life ||3:05|
|7. ||Human Being? ||3:55|
|8. ||Color Me ||3:03|
|9. ||Catch the Feeling ||3:46|
|10. ||Keep Me Alive ||2:52|
|11. ||My Fall ||3:08|
|12. ||By Your Side ||4:29|
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|Total Running Time:|| 41:46|
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||Date: December 7, 2013 at 16:00|
|Debut album from these young Stockholm based melodic rockers, released by Andrew McNeice on his very own melodic rock records. What these young guns offer is really good melodic hard rock with a very modern take on it. Kicking into gear with the awesome B.O.D you feel instantly that these guys are a tad different in their approach. Arms Of Misery, A Little Bit and the excellent ballad 'By Your Side' are all really cool tunes, however they are all surpassed by the rather superb cover of Steve Perry's 'Captured By The Moment'. If you have'nt heard this cover you need to check it out as soon as possible, it's a real treat and very different. This is a pretty decent debut to be honest with some good songs and good musicianship throughout and gave a hint at what was to follow.
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