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Category: Proggish AOR
Label: Now and Then (United Kingdom)
Catalog Number: NTHEN 5
|1.||At Point Zero||4:19|
|3.||In the Firing Line||5:03|
|5.||Beat the City||3:56|
|6.||Take Me Over||4:09|
|8.||River of Secrets||6:24|
|Total Running Time:||37:46|
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|From: koogles||Date: May 24, 2003 at 15:37|
|Sound is thin and doesn't command your attention. Progressive boredom sets in quickly and the skip button gets on a first name basis with your index finger after about the first 30 seconds. Do I believe? Yes. I believe I am on a Quest for another CD to listen to.|
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|From: Jez||Date: June 25, 2003 at 15:44|
|One of the first few releases on the Now & Then label and one i Have always liked for some reason . Some of the songs are good, especially 'Chain Reaction' which is excellent. I can see what Koogles means by the production on this - it hardly stands out and grabs you, but it obviously had a smallish budget. Their next cd 'Change' was also quite good if you see that one anywhere.|
|From: Hello||Date: December 28, 2004 at 17:59|
|WHAT? YOU MEAN THAT HIS COCK IS MADE OF WOOD? YOU GOTTA BE KIDDING!|
|From: SangreAzulForever||Date: September 15, 2005 at 17:55|
|This is the worst Hard/AOR album I´ve ever listened to!! What a complete boredom, I can´t just stand people doing such horrible work. Those guys shouldn´t had taken serious this outstanding genre that is Hard/AOR Rock... SAVE THE MUSIC PLEASE!!! 2/10... only "Walk Away" is a good song, so if this album is composed by eight tracks, this one is the only of them that deserves some points...|
|From: z4roxx||Date: September 19, 2005 at 11:51|
|Sorry mate but this isn’t hard rock/aor,they play prog melodic near to aor sometimes but it’s prog.and it’s a very good cd for me.|
|From: headbanger4life||Date: December 23, 2005 at 1:24|
|Sorry, I just couldn't get in to this one. Even with the two bonus tracks on this Japanese version. It just made it longer to get through. Progressive melodic rock that didn't really get my attention.|
|From: andycoffey||Date: June 6, 2006 at 19:30|
|As I was the drummer on this album I believe that I have a valid interest in the comments! I think that the album is weak from as a recording, but I think the majority of the songs are inherently strong - apart from "Walk Away" - which I think is the worst song on the album The budget was very small, and the studio and the recording process left a lot to be desired! We did receive great reviews for this album! Our next album, "Change" was better. Our next album will be a classic (trust me!).|
|From: SenatorLynx||Date: September 6, 2006 at 21:11|
|Probably the worst album the Now & Then label ever enlisted. Big time suck-fest here, prog, AOR or otherwise!|
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