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|1.||The Right Time|
|2.||Tripping the Light|
|3.||House of the Rising Sun||Cover: The Animals|
|4.||No Regrets featuring Maggy Luyten|
|7.||That Ship Has Sailed|
|8.||Rollin' On featuring Steve Lee||Cover: Foresale|
|9.||Too Far from Never featuring Maggy Luyten|
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|From: rbrigade||Date: March 16, 2020 at 16:34|
|Really good old school hard rock album related to Forsale/Gotthard. Neil Otupacca played in Forsale with Steve Lee and later he joined Gotthard as a live keyboardist.The album features several vocalists, all great. ''No regrets'' and ''Too far from never'' feature female vocals, both are great ballads. ''Heavy hammond'' is also a monster track, the guy singing is phenomenal. The album includes a cover of a Forsale track (''Rollin on'') with Steve Lee's original vocal tracks. The only bad thing about this album is the Animals cover, they messed with the song a lot, ambitious and disastrous at the same time.|
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