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Trip to Heaven
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Category: Midwest Rock
Label: Bedrock Records
Catalog Number: BR-303
Kevin Russell vocals, guitars, bass, piano|
Denny Carmassi drums
Don Bassey bass
|1. ||Firing Line ||4:21|
|2. ||Sinful Woman ||4:24|
|3. ||Make Up Your Mind ||4:52|
|4. ||Never Say Die ||5:30|
|5. ||All I Ever Wanted ||5:08|
|6. ||Cause and Effect ||3:48|
|7. ||Pain ||5:04|
|8. ||Rock 'n Roller ||4:15|
|9. ||Trip to Heaven ||4:33|
|10. ||Don't Say You Love Me ||6:09|
|11. ||Reprise ||3:13|
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|Total Running Time:|| 51:17|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: July 3, 2002 at 21:22|
|Trip to heaven? More like descent into classic rock hell. This is a lame Kevin Russell blues album and the 707 tag was removed on later pressings. Don't be fooled into buying this. It's NOTHING like "Megaforce" or "707/The Second Album". Piss poor and the most deceitful use of a 'brand name' since Angel's "In the Beginning".
||Date: June 30, 2003 at 20:55|
|The album is fairly stripped back, entrenched in blues rock and not really anything related to their last AOR tinged album. Rather it's closer to a rootsy Midwestern feel in the vein of Jeff Healey Band or Ten Tears After. Even a little Rolling Stones style guitar driven blues rock. It's an OK record, but doesn't really hit any major high's that suggests melodic rock fans and readers of this site should rush out and purchase it.
||Date: July 4, 2003 at 15:57|
|Something to stick on the standby list, rather than the must buy. An OK album with some solid guitar work and some good blues based tunes.
||Date: February 20, 2005 at 18:24|
|hmmm, well, growing up with the first couple of albums, this was a let down. Nothing really at all like the music the band normally does, this one is more with a blues twist, but well done, definately get 1, 2, Mega, and Bridge first, for completists only
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