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Artist: Moonland

Title: Moonland

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Category: Melodic Rock

Year: 2014

Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)

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Personnel

Lenna Kuurmaa lead vocals
Alessandro Del Vecchio keyboards, percussion, backing vocals
Francesco Marras guitars
Bruce Gaitsch nylon guitar
Anna Portalupi bass
Alessandro Polifrone drums

Tracks

1.  Heaven Is To Be Close To You     Listen
2.  Open Your Heart     Listen
3.  Crime of Love     Listen
4.  Poison Angel     Listen
5.  When Love Is Gone     Listen
6.  Out of Reach     Listen
7.  Live and Let Go     Listen
8.  Cold as Ice     Listen
9.  Over Me     Listen
10.  Heart Made of Steel     Listen
11.  Look at Us Now     Listen
12.  Another Day in Paradise     Listen

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Existing comments about this CD

From: 123charpenay Date: September 14, 2014 at 16:04
the three vanilla ninja records (jap import) are in good place in my collection.these records are three irresistibles atomic bombs of female aor.so when i ve seen that frontiers record make a project with one of the vanilla ninja singer ,i was very exicted.i was a little disapointed when i read an interview of the singer.she says that she makes exactly that frontiers record want.she is right this record is a record of allessandro del vieccho with his girl friend who play bass guitar on all frontiers record.this album is great no more.nothing new under the sun.it s a typical frontiers female project ,great but nothing spectacular,nothing extraordinary.i wish long life to frontiers record but with time no surprise ,no excitation,always the same musicians for always the same music.in the same vein issa is better than moonland.no doubt.

From: 123charpenay Date: February 19, 2015 at 13:17
hum i ve listen very seriously this record today,cause my wife,since several days, says to me "you re wrong moonland is a super project at the same level than issa".honestly she is right.maybe the first time i ve listen this record i was tired not very lucid.after several spins this cd come inside me and hooked me seriously.my first comment was not exactly right.yes moonland invent nothing,yes this project looks like really to issa.but i have to admit that allessandro del vecchio realise an excellent job.he write all the songs,produce the record and play keyboards.hats off to allessandro even if the originality is not the main quality of this record.it s a very brilliant ,solid and consistant aor female realise.absoluty no fillers all is great in this cd.this record sound deliciously more hard than vanilla ninja even if the trademark of vanilla ninja is present on several songs.one bonus tr

From: 123charpenay Date: February 19, 2015 at 13:20
sorry one bonus track on the japan import.a beautiful acoustic version of track 7 the beautiful ballad "live and let go".this record is without any doubt for fans of issa .you will not disapointed.

From: 123charpenay Date: February 28, 2018 at 13:43
one of the best frontiers s realise.fans of female fronted aor buy buy buy!!!!!!

From: CC Date: March 3, 2018 at 10:48
Ha Ha, I love the way your opinion has changed on this. Your wife is a very wise woman. It is a great album, no doubt. Just wish she would do more of this stuff than the Estonian language folk songs she does mostly these days. Hell, I would kill for a Vanilla Ninja reunion, I know that much.

From: 123charpenay Date: March 4, 2018 at 15:57
HELLO CC in france we says "il n y a que les imbélices qui ne changent pas d avis"i try to translate."only stupid guys never change their advice".yes dominique my lovely wife open my eyes often since 1984 that i know her.she s not always absoluty right but for moonland thanx to her she s right right and right.i m exactly like you i m very very big fan of vanilla ninja even if the name of her band is really ridiculous.a reunion or a concert of vanilla ninja moonland i invited you to share the pleasure to hear a top class a o r concert!!!!!!!!!sometimes when i listen a new cd i m scotched immediatly by the quality of the record.other times like for moonland i need times to understand the cd.and each time i listen it i think wow it s a marvellous record wich grow up in my mind listen after listen.my english is not perfect but i m sure you ve understand.


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