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Label: Escape Music
Catalog Number: ESM265
|1.||Shoot To Kill||4:06|
|8.||Thru The Night||3:07|
|9.||Never Too Late||3:38|
|10.||Don't Break My Heart||3:00|
|Total Running Time:||40:04|
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|From: Thomas/Coastline||Date: June 25, 2014 at 14:06|
|Classic AOR in a clear sounding modern production. Really mid/late 80's sounding songs with great vocals and a nice mix between keyboards and guitar. I like all of the songs but the choruses in especially "Don't Break My Heart" and "Inside Love" are superb. Just like in the 80's there's also the obligatory girl name ballad, in the beautiful "Diana".|
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|From: Jez||Date: June 25, 2014 at 16:02|
|Better late than never & like a breath of fresh air, the debut Seven album is finally with us. It's real shame these guys got mixed in with all the dross 'pop music' that was floating around in the late 80's, because with material this strong, they really could have been something & not just another music biz statistic. Most in the know will have heard the excellent 'Inside Love' back in the day (it also featured on David A. Saylors rather splendid 'City Of Angels' disc a while back) & it's nice to see it standing proud here too, alongside a very fine set of material of equal merit. 11 tracks, 40 minutes, absolutely no waste. It's sweet AOR all the way of course, with a fine mix of tasty guitars & keys (courtesy of some very nice special guests along the way, even the mighty Didge from FM pops up).Production is fresh & crisp & brings the best out of the instrumentation, without it sounding too 80's & dated & it does sound fantastic. Brilliant stuff & the years best AOR disc by some way|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: January 24, 2015 at 9:56|
|A very pleasant release...this 80's combo coming back in 2014 for the benefit of the AOR/Melodic Rock community...my fave tracks are "Strangers","Through The Night","Never Too Late","Don't Break My Heart" & "Say Goodbye"...the japanese edition brings a B/T called "Charlie" which is a nice song...another nice one is "Diana"...in general lines the whole album except track 1 was of my complete satisfaction...89/100|
|From: 123charpenay||Date: November 8, 2017 at 13:55|
|shame on me,in 2014 i ve miss this masterpiece.i ve discover seven last year in 2016 with "shattered".i ve been very impress (read my comment)by this extraordinary band.so i decide to keep an eye on seven and order their debut album.it s a very good idea cause this record is a pure jewel.the sound,the production are exceptionnal.it s a top class a o r realise.this cd is full of killer a o r songs.each song is a hit ,and could be played at radio twenty time by day.if radios have some balls and good taste in music ,of course.except track 3 "diana" a very classic ballad wich have not the spark of class of the other songs.i can add that the japan import is essential cause the japan bonus track (n° 12 )"charlie" is a superb a o r song ,a hit like the rest of this marvellous cd.i m under the charm of this fantastic aor heaven s realise.|
|From: titothetitan||Date: April 30, 2019 at 15:11|
|I like the vocals & production but overall I can't get into the songs. 'Shoot to Kill' starts with a killer intro but the song doesn't delivers what it promises. 'Diana' is one of the most boring and generic ballads I've ever heard. 'Inside Love' I think it's the only stand-out song in this album.|
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