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Title: Human Nature
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Label: Avalon / Marquee (Japan)
Catalog Number: MICP-10603
Vocals, Keyboards, Guitar
Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
|1. ||Human Nature ||4:02|
|2. ||Next Time Around ||3:49|
|3. ||Caught Up In Your World ||4:00|
|4. ||Reality ||3:47|
|5. ||Hanging On ||4:13|
|6. ||Don't Throw It Away ||4:36|
|7. ||Give Love/Get Love ||4:28|
|8. ||21 ||3:59|
|9. ||Starlight ||4:12|
|10. ||Going Under ||3:39|
|11. ||Tomorrow May Be Gone ||4:15|
|12. ||Higher Acoustic Version Bonus Track ||3:55|
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|Total Running Time:|| 48:55|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: December 12, 2006 at 12:37|
|Is this their new studio cd????It will be for Frontiers rec.?
|From: the rocker
||Date: December 12, 2006 at 14:59|
|some ok songs on this one. they are going to poppy and modern.i like some modern music, but if i want to hear that , i will listen to todays bands. i'm still a big scarem fan, and always will be. but i like the first 2 cd's and weight & higher. but will still listen to this one. reality , next time around , don't throw it away ,hangin on and tomorrow may ge gone , are my picks
|From: TIM (2)
||Date: December 15, 2006 at 3:48|
|After all the pre-release hype on this I was definitely expecting a return to their early style. What theyve actually done is perfectly merge an updated/modern sound with those gloriously catchy harmonies. It's still very powerful,but all 11 choruses are stunning. And 'Hanging On' is their best ballad since the S/T album. This is more of a grower than 'Higher'/'WotW',with only the irritating cymbol so high in the mix ('Reality' really suffers) letting the side down. Otherwise essential. 9.5/10.
||Date: December 20, 2006 at 0:42|
|As expected, Harem Scarem deliver the goods again. 'Next time around', 'Caught up in your world', 'Hanging on', 'Starlight' and the album highlight 'Tommorow may be gone' are all excellent. The title track is very good too, and the only track I don't like is 'Give love/Get love'. Great verses/pre-chorus, awful chorus. Shame. The rest of the songs are all quite good. As noted, this album treads back upon the 'Higher' sound and is another great addition to the Harem Scarem collection.
||Date: December 27, 2006 at 3:00|
|O.K., We all know I'm a huge fan of this band, but give credit where credit is due...and it is due here!!! Is it the best they have ever done, no, but it is one of their best. Every bit as good as 'WOTW' or 'Higer'. Mixing elements of classic era Scarem sound with 'Voice Of Reason' era sound. Even the more melodic moments of 'Overload' can be felt here. 'Give Love/Get Love' reminds me of Queen. It all gels nicely for a very cohesive effort. Overflowing with addictive choruses. A MUST HAVE!!!
||Date: May 14, 2007 at 13:08|
|Liked a lot this cd,better than the previous,another amazing work from the canadian quartet.Even if I don't like so much this modernisms in sounds and arrangments I always love every work by them(except a couple of albums in the middle of 90's).My rate would be 9,5/10!
||Date: August 15, 2007 at 6:06|
|Except for the not-so-good 'Give Love/Get Love' which has a lot QUEEN flavor and not fit them, the rest of the album are tremendous. Harem Scarem is back to their melodic roots and still not sounded so vintage, they put some slightly dark and modern elements from 'Voice of Reason' and 'Overload' session, but very well balanced with classic AOR feel. 'Hanging On' is a monster ballad, 'Starlight' is a super-anthemic rock, and I also like the acoustical bonus track, 'Higher'. This is essential!
||Date: August 15, 2007 at 8:07|
|Mmmm difficult one this. The only songs I really dont like are 2 & 7. All the others are respectable HS songs. Thing is, the only killer track is 'Tomorrow May Be Gone' and to be honest I was expecting more from this release. Competent well played melodic rock, but below the standard of say WOTW or Higher. Their next album will apparently be their last - let's hope that compares in quality to songs like 'saviours..' & 'WOTW' which is HS sound I really love!
||Date: October 24, 2007 at 12:55|
|I really hope this is the last studio cd.Last 2 releases sound like MTV artist and maybe are great for a child.Samey riffs,same melodick lines,too modern sounds for my tastes.
||Date: October 25, 2007 at 2:38|
|GOOD CD 87/100 very good AOR with great vocals harmonies and such a huge lead singer HARRY HESS rules !!!! Yes there is here and there some modernism but it fits very well the songs , so there is no problem ! Another strong release from one of the best AOR band ever ! BUY IT before it's too late
||Date: November 3, 2007 at 20:34|
|This is a great Modern Melodic Rock release. It starts with the stunning title track and delivers some great hooks like 'Next Time Around' (This one could be easily featured on their debut), 'Caught Up In Your World', 'Starlight', and the closest thing to QUEEN I've ever listened to 'Give Love/Get Love'. The production is superb and it's one of their best albuns ever. BUY IT!.
||Date: March 7, 2010 at 12:00|
|With this release, Harem Scarem racks up another conquest and carves another notch on their melodic hard rock bedpost. The band's trademark sound & style is all over this CD like the boogeyman pouncing on his pie-eyed prey, while the modern production techniques prevent it from sounding too retro and overly dated. Harry Hess & company apparently have melodic hard rock greatness embedded in their DNA and it really shows on this album.
|From: HEAVY PARADISE
||Date: July 24, 2012 at 11:25|
|This is a great album!!!! Some really fantastic tunes here and a more melodic 'back to their roots' direction(combined with some newer elements of AOR) make this album a must have!!!!!!! Well done!!!!!!!!
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