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Artist: Tokyo Motor Fist

Title: Lions

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Category: Melodic Hard Rock

Year: 2020

Label: Frontiers Records

Catalog Number: FR CD 1048

Personnel

Ted Poley vocals
Steve Brown guitar, vocals, keyboards
Chuck Burgi drums
Greg Smith bass, vocals

Tracks

1.  Youngblood     Listen
2.  Monster In Me     Listen
3.  Around Midnight     Listen
4.  Mean It     Listen
5.  Lions     Listen
6.  Decadence On 10Th Street     Listen
7.  Dream Your Heart Out     Listen
8.  Blow Your Mind     Listen
9.  Sedona     Listen
10.  Look Into Me     Listen
11.  Winner Takes All     Listen

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From: Zacki Date: July 15, 2020 at 12:29
in my opinion the best melodic rock cd in 2020 so far 100/100

From: the rocker Date: July 18, 2020 at 21:27
Fantastic album! Tracks 1-4 are top notch (rating 9 or 10)tracks 7,8,and 11(ratings 8 or 9). Ted sounds great, Steve's playing is fantastic, the background vocals are SO good on those catchy sing along chorus'. This is a must have and a top 2 album so far this year!

From: 123charpenay Date: July 29, 2020 at 18:37
the interview of the musicians are always the same.their last record is the better record of their life.ted poley says that on this record ,he sing the best songs he had never sang.hey ted ,stop smoking,you forget the three first extraordinary danger danger s albums.this record is great,exactly in the same vein of their brilliant debut.ted poley have always his superb voice,the sound and the production are mighty,clear and perfect.the songs are catchy and sound like a best of of danger danger but.....this record is not perfect like their first effort.there is some fillers.track 5 a keyboard s song too much long.track 6 a very poor hard rock song.track 9 where they try to clone toto.and track 12 the japan bonus track an acoustic version of "lions".an endless song without any interest except if you want sleep.

From: edukiki Date: August 6, 2020 at 21:01
I like so much Ted poley and Steve Brown, but I got to say this album is very loose, lacks punch, lacks strength, and it lacks good guitar riffs.he has plenty of mid tempos and ballads, I, ll wait much from this album, for my taste very laze


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