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Category: AOR / Melodic Rock
Label: MelodicRock Records
Catalog Number: MRR053
|1.||Burning With A Reason||Listen|
|2.||Hard To Find An Easy Way||Listen|
|3.||When Love Breaks||Listen|
|4.||What Kind Of Fool||Listen|
|5.||Turn To Me||Listen|
|6.||Ill Be There For You||Listen|
|7.||We Lost The Fire||Listen|
|8.||More Than A Memory||Listen|
|9.||Is It Really Love||Listen|
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|From: MetalllianStallion||Date: April 25, 2017 at 23:30|
|Bryan Cole is another Aldo Nova as he sings and plays all the instruments on this release. I'm not big on the Pride of Lions covers, but overall this is a catchy release drifting from edgy AOR to a few HR tracks. He reminds me a bit vocally of Richard Marx (with balls comparably). Cole never got a big label deal back in the day as here is some 80's trivia. Cole is from the same stomping grounds (Pittsburgh, PA) as the Winger axe man, and was a singer for 15 minutes in Reb Beach’s solo band.|
|From: the rocker||Date: July 2, 2017 at 10:03|
|Relistening to this album after seeing clips of the Giant reunion show from last night. Really good album.|
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