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Label: Frontiers Records
Catalog Number: FR CD 755
|1.||Where Will We Go From Here||Listen|
|4.||Trapped In Muddy Waters||Listen|
|5.||Running On Empty||Listen|
|6.||The World Is Falling Down||Listen|
|7.||Take You Home||Listen|
|8.||Where The North Wind Blows||Listen|
|9.||In The Dead Of The Night||Listen|
|10.||United We Stand||Listen|
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|From: 123charpenay||Date: October 18, 2016 at 14:17|
|danger zone their last cd was an exceptional aor affair,a sublime hard f m record with only killer songs.receive today "human nature" directly from cd japan and ....it s a shock.what fabulous new realise!!!!!!!the jewel is more oriented guitar than "danger zone".josh ramos ,their new guitarist make a festival so we have the feeling sometimes to listen their first extraordinary debut album "double eclipse".listen to for example "nobody s fool" and you will come back in 1992.this record is varied ,all songs are very catchy and will enter easely in your brain.track 4 "trapped in muddy waters" have a delicious southern vibe.tracks 3 and 7 are two beautiful ballads.track 12 the japan bonus track is a magnificent different version of "take me home".for sure hardline have made one of the best record of 2016 ,maybe the best.2016 is a fireworks of fantastic melodic rock realise.|
|From: Axe Slinger||Date: October 18, 2016 at 19:29|
|123, I completely agree. Danger Zone was really good but Human Nature is tremendous. I had flashbacks to 1992 when I heard "Nobody's Fool" as well. 2016 has has some stellar discs and this is one of the best. 93/100|
|From: the rocker||Date: October 28, 2016 at 22:12|
|Loving this album!Johnny Sounds better than ever, and the songs are very strong. It's still a toss up of which one I like more(this or Danger Zone). Favorites are, Nobody's Fool, Dead Of The Night, Where do We Go From Here, Running On Empty, North Winds, Fighting The Battle, Take You Home, and United We Stand. Highly recommended! \m/|
|From: edukiki||Date: November 4, 2016 at 13:22|
|Human Nature, is better guitar work tan DANGER ZONE, but the style and the music are exactly, if you listen DANGER ZONE, you listen HUMAN NATURE too are exactly but Human with better guitarrist,|
|From: nobycane74||Date: January 28, 2017 at 15:44|
|Hardline...they seem to release albums that are highly anticipated and for the most part end up falling bit short in what fans really desire from the band. Can't say I blame them considering "Double Eclipse" is a classic and was a 1-off until "II" and continued forward with a revolving lineup since. Now comes "Human Nature"...the return of Josh Ramos on guitar and Alessandro Del Vecchio on keyboards/producer. Now I must admit I was nervous about this album expecting the same as "Danger Zone" - but I was wrong, there are so many throwbacks to that classic 1992 album on here that make this release standout...a few fillers but Recommended! HIGHLIGHT TRACKS: #2, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11. MY RATING: 84/100|
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