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Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)
|2.||Livin' Out Loud||Listen|
|4.||Who Do You Run To||Listen|
|5.||Fallin' for You||Listen|
|6.||Never Say Goodbye||Listen|
|7.||Path of Love||Listen|
|9.||Don't Have to Fight No More||Listen|
|11.||What You Take||Listen|
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|From: MetalllianStallion||Date: February 17, 2016 at 6:22|
|Craig Goldy (Dio, Guiffria) is back from the dead as when I saw the video for "Who Do You Run To" he currently looks like a poor man's Meatloaf (the hands of time). Resurrection Kings are another all-star group formed assuming there is CA$H and the end of the 80's rainbow with band line-up from their hard rock heyday. Sean McNabb played on Quiet Riot‘s (1988) self titled album with Paul Shortino on vocals and most recently Dokken gave him his walking papers. Vinny Appice drummed for Black Sabbath and Dio. I'm not big on dudes named Chaz (since the movie Wedding Crashers) or in this case his high register singing style. He was in Red Dragon Cartel for about 5 minutes. There are no real standout tracks on this one as I have the Japan release with the nice bonus ballad "Never Say Goodbye". Goldy's Dio-esque axe work is the standout here as he still has the chops, but maybe with a different lineup or band in the future.|
|From: the rocker||Date: February 18, 2016 at 15:38|
|I know the cover art tells a different story, but I was hoping for a more melodic/aor (Guiffria) style. But this ok .|
|From: Axe Slinger||Date: February 24, 2016 at 4:40|
|I agree with the two above. I was hoping for........something more. I think it might be the fact that I played it right after listening to In Faith, Find Me and Khymera and it just couldn't hold my interest. Chas West if fine as a singer but his vocal tone doesn't keep me hooked. The music itself is fine too but, again, I probably didn't do it any favors by throwing it in after all those classics. Right now it's a 83 / 100|
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