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Artist: Dan Lucas

Title: News

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Category: AOR

Year: 1996

Label: Arcade (Germany)

Catalog Number: 8800576

Personnel

Dan Lucas Vocals, Guitars on Track 5
Wolfram Seifert Guitars
Martin Motnik Bass
Andy Schulte Keyboards, Drums
Jonathan Lloyd-Hughes Blues Harp on Track 12
Frank Heinz Horns
Ralf Reichert Horns
Hans Martin Eberhardt Horns
Alan Graham Flute on Track 7
Chantal Backing Vocals
Georg Liszt Backing Vocals
Elke Diepenbeck Backing Vocals

Tracks

1.  Heart Of America '96  4:01
2.  Love Is The Answer  4:49
3.  Please Don't Ever Try To Change Me  4:05
4.  In The Rain  3:41
5.  Desperado  4:32
6.  One-Woman Man  3:50
7.  Music Is The Enemy Of War  4:17
8.  No One Loves You More Than I  4:03
9.  Believe In Magic  3:40
10.  Face Another Day  4:22
11.  You're My Life  4:38
12.  Be Mine Tonight  3:49
13.  Tonight  3:03
14.  Heart Of America  3:41
  
Total Running Time:  56:31

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Existing comments about this CD

From: zld Date: April 7, 2005 at 14:30
Not his best work. A more poppy approach on this one. 50% of the disc is ballads. "believe in magic" is almost a dance/disco song. The rest is oke/good aor.6/10

From: TIM (2) Date: April 8, 2005 at 8:25
This is bloody awful. I've never been a fan as despite always having quality material to work with - top outside songwriters a-plenty on his albums - it never translates to catchy songs. "Canada" was a decent CD, "2000" was weak, and this is terrible. Ultra-lite AOR with some hints at other musical styles, but it's the songs themselves that are the biggest culprits. Tuneless and hook-less, with "Heart of America" being the best tune by far. AVOID. 3/10.

From: Axe-Machine Date: January 11, 2006 at 12:10
This guy blew it big time with this release. His work with Karo (Heavy Birthday), and his own 'Canada' release were brilliant. 2000! was a big disappointment by the standards he had set, and this was the last nail in the coffin. Very laid back Acoustic rock/pop, not the catchy AOR he was renowned for. Sad but true. 2/10.

From: juan carlos Date: November 20, 2007 at 0:04
por los comments pensé lo peor pero nah que ver, quizas muchas baladas pero éstas no me parecen para nada desechables aunque "Desperado" me parece muy melocilla y la 9 y 12 están como sobrando. Claro que Dan Lucas(Hermosísima Voz que no se como no les gusta al personal sobretodo en las baladas) se aleja del puro AOR como lo fué "Canada". "Love Is The Answer" Súper-Temazo Mi Favorita. Bueno y Recomendado. 8/10

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 17, 2012 at 20:27
Excellent album comprised of mostly mid tempos and softies but also with some good up tempo AOR/Hi-Tech AOR ones here and there ..."Love Is The Answer"(a killer nice song),"In The Rain","Desperado"(nice),"One-Woman Man","No One Loves You More Than I"(nice),"Believe In Magic"(powerful Hi-Tech AOR beat),"Be Mine Tonight" & "Heart Of America"(classic Dan Lucas song) are my faves...recommended...90/100

From: tomdwa Date: May 23, 2020 at 12:50
Like his '2000!'-album, this is not bad, but not exceptional either. Songs in the middle of the road and melodic enough, but far from noteworthy.


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