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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Melodic Rock Records
Catalog Number: MRR074
|1.||Thunder and Rain||3:58||Listen!|
|2.||Hold On To You||3:40||Listen!|
|4.||Sent from Heaven||4:42||Listen!|
|5.||When There Is Love||3:46||Listen!|
|6.||Don't Lose the Faith in Your Heart||4:47||Listen!|
|8.||Where Are You Running||5:12||Listen!|
|9.||You Can't Do Wrong||3:57||Listen!|
|Total Running Time:||43:45|
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|From: MetalllianStallion||Date: September 8, 2018 at 22:12|
|This is the first album by this band to make it on HH. This makes the case once again for much more popular artists to post duplicate "crossover" bands on HH and BrutalMetal as is done with this release. This is the 7th album and 3rd with founding member Jan Akesson. On "Thunder and Rain" they pulled back the reigns from Metal to MHR bumping up production standards from previous releases. This is their strongest album to date with some catchy guitar arrangements. but it's a bit generic sounding in places.|
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