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Artist: In Faith

Title: There's a Storm Coming

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In Faith There's a Storm Coming Album Cover


Category: Melodic Rock

Year: 2014

Label: Rocktopia Records (UK)

Catalog Number: RTPOO2


Tony Marshall guitars, bass
Pete Godfrey vocals
Pete Newdeck drums
Mike Corfield keyboards


1.  Radio  
2.  Does It Feel Like Love  
3.  Church Of Rock NRoll  
4.  Where I Wanna Be  
5.  Addicted  
6.  If That What Love Means  
7.  All Or Nothing  
8.  In Flames  
9.  A Million Ways  
10.  Leave Me Now  
11.  Bitter End  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: rick kerch vzla Date: November 8, 2014 at 11:02
Undoubtedly one of the best late 2014's records...pure 80's Melodic Rock/AOR essence in here...great vocals,great melodies...what else could you ask for?...tracks 1,2,4(nice),5,7,8,10(nice)& 11 are directly in my book of songs...recommended...90/100

From: MysticHealer Date: November 10, 2014 at 11:14
I don't get all the attraction and attention to be honest. Very average Melodic Hard Rock to my ears, heard it done a gazillion times better by a gazillion better bands. Sure there are a few nice moments but overall it just doesn't cut it for me. Average, nothing more nothing less.

From: giantsun Date: January 12, 2015 at 19:19
Mystic, not average, not average. You should give it one more chance... There are discs that not seem great thing at first listening, but then, they strangely reach a privileged place in your heart. 95/100.

From: MetalllianStallion Date: March 11, 2015 at 2:48
Only 3 reviews for this gem? Where are the HH minions, on the Hinder Facebook page? Pete hits a bulls eye by putting this one on his best of 2014 while the rest of the critics gave it their nose up?. This is the album "Harem Scarem 13" should have been returning back to form. Pete's "Winger" reference is spot-on, I also hear Pete Godfrey (vox) summoning the Kip Winger gods, especially in the 2 harder MHR tracks "Radio" and "Bitter end". Surprised these middle age rockers never struck gold back in the day (80's), as they have been in a handful of bands. Tony Marshall, from bands PRIDE and VAUGHN, Pete Newdeck, of EDEN’S CURSE and TAINTED NATION. The band is pretty versatile in bouncing back and forth between MHR to AOR territory, in fact that's my only complaint is I would have liked to hear a few more harder edge tracks, and trim down the ballads. Minor complaint as this release is hooks & harmonies R US with that 80's “wall of sound” that kept me coming back for repeated listens.

From: 123charpenay Date: March 11, 2015 at 15:24
hum,nothing new under the sun.decent a o r/hard f m,easy to listen.the problem when i listen this cd ,i feel nothing their a o r is very forseable in the vein of double cross for example.this band is a good band but they have not the spark of class of the "big band" or the big "records".i think to walk the wire for example who scotched me literally the first time i ve listening their album.there is one thousand a o r band in the world better than in faith.their songs are decent but boring for me.

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