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Artist: Lost Weekend

Title: Presence Of Mind

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2000

Label: Now & Then

Catalog Number: ?


Paul Uttley vocals
David Thompson guitars
Kevin Fitzpatrick keyboards
Robin Patchett bass
Jack Himsworth drums


1.  Holding On  
2.  I Need You  
3.  One Chance  
4.  Slipping Through My Hands  
5.  The Best Is Yet To Come  
6.  Kiss From My Heart  
7.  All Hands To The Fire  
8.  One Day At A Time  
9.  This Moment So Long  
10.  I Don't Want To Be Your Friend  
11.  Can You Believe  
12.  In Time  

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From: Dave Shepherd Date: August 29, 2004 at 13:03
Contains some genuine all-time-great melodic rock songs, flavoured with rich keys and razor sharp guitar.

From: Geoff Date: August 29, 2004 at 22:02
These guys annoy me. The debut and their recent CD are both as average as you get, but have crisp production jobs with a tight, heavier sound. Just so few good songs. This album has countless great songs but the sound is drowned in WAY too many keyboards and an average overall sound/production. Give me these songs with the sound of their other two albums and you have a great CD! That said, I do like this CD, especially the songs! 'I don't wanna be your friend' is a great ballad.

From: juan carlos Date: October 30, 2007 at 22:19
Así te quiero ver Figurita osea bien Sedita. La producción es mala y la mezcla igual, una verdadera lástima pues musicalmente el disco es muy bueno. Rock Melódico de buena factura, buenos coros, teclados bien puestos, me recuerdan a los Emerald Rain(por la voz mas que nada). Mis favoritos son: "Kiss From My Heart" a lo VH mi favorita, "Slipping Through My Hands", la balada "I Don't Want To Be Your Friend" buena, "All Hands To The Fire" "I Need You". Musicalmente: 9/10 Producción: 6/10. 7.5/10

From: Axe-Machine Date: December 12, 2008 at 18:03
This was their best album - no doubt. 'New Religion' was also pretty good, but 'Forever Moving On' (how awful an album title is that?!) and their newbie 'Fear and Innocence' have just lost me. It seems like they have run out of good ideas. They should re-record this one with a good production job, or at least re-do 'Slipping Through My Hands'.

From: 123charpenay Date: March 28, 2012 at 13:30
one of the more underrated band ever.except for "fear and innocence" their last record, the reviews i read where never goods,rock time in france aor heaven in germany for exemple.i have to admit that i have a weakness for this english band.they play a beautiful and very fine aor with big guitars.it is a particularity the other particularity is the voice of the singer,not very strong a little light but beautiful.perfect for aor.the singer reminds me torben schmidt the skagarack s singer.all songs are execellent and always very melodic.for me the production is great i don t understand the comments above.unfortunatelly the japan import have no bonus track.hi rick i m sure you read me,so listen to this band you will not disapointed.

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