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Artist: Glass Tiger

Title: The Thin Red Line

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Glass Tiger The Thin Red Line Album Cover


Category: Lite AOR

Year: 1986

Label: Capitol Records

Catalog Number: CDP 746 313-2


Alan Frew Vocals
Al Connelly Guitar
Wayne Parker Bass
Sam Reid Keyboards
Michael Hanson Drums
Bryan Adams Backing Vocals
Lisa Dal Bello Backing Vocals
Doug Edwards Bass
Charles Gray Horns
Paul Janz Backing Vocals
Marc Lafrance Backing Vocals
Russ Little Horns
Dave Pickell Harmonica
Chase Sanborn Horns
Kevin Scott Guitar
Jim Vallance Keyboards, Backing Vocals
Sharon Lee Williams Backing Vocals


1.  Thin Red Line  4:57
2.  Don't Forget Me (When I'm Gone)  4:08
3.  Closer To You  3:37
4.  Vanishing Tribe  4:06
5.  Looking At A Picture  4:03
6.  The Secret  0:47
7.  Ancient Evenings  4:55
8.  Ecstasy  4:25
9.  Someday  3:37
10.  I Will Be There  3:28
11.  You're What I Look For  3:50
Total Running Time:  41:53

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Existing comments about this CD

From: peter poland Date: April 4, 2004 at 7:14
Nice poppy aor from mid 80s. If you like that kind of lite aor wth hi tech elements you won't be dissapointed.Really decent record

From: rick kerch vzla Date: December 9, 2011 at 20:14
Only one comment above about this nice debut??? ...well a band that comes from Canada and comprised of good musicians(especially vocalist Alan Frew)...in this debut you can have some good collaborations such as the ones of Paul Janz,the magnificent Bryan Adams & Jim Vallance(the 3 of them from Canada too)...apart from the number one hits "Don't Forget Me(When I'm Gone)" & "Someday" you have some other great shots in the likes of "Thin Red Line"(kinda epic),"I Will Be There" & "You're What I Look For"(nice mid tempo)...recommended by all means...90/100

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: December 17, 2011 at 14:17
Great Album! Great Debut! Totally agree with my friend Rick! You're What I Look For (My super fav) Thin Red Line, Closer To You, Looking At A Picture, Ancient Evenings, Someday, I Will Be There A Classic in my collection! and of course from 1986 nuff said! Those were the times! 90/100.

From: juan carlos Date: December 22, 2011 at 15:22
Deleted all the spanish comments here!? hehe.. I love the Alan Frew voice, I love the band's name, wow Glass Tiger What a name!! hehe.. "SOMEDAY" is an Instant Classic and Surely THE BEST Song of GT. I was Fallen in love with that song wow What a Years. The best Poppy AOR Band from Canada, That's for sure! Thanks Alan. Thanks GLASS TIGER for that beautiful song and others too 8.8/10

From: Locoaor Date: July 22, 2013 at 23:05
Excelente agrupacion y album debut que traia con muchos invitados entre ellos su compatriota Bryan Adams con el tema "Don't Forget Me (When I'm Gone"), y no olvidar el tema estrella la balada "Someday".

From: hair metal again Date: May 16, 2019 at 9:27
excellent debut for GLASS TIGER that captures that classic 80 s vibe in sound and looks !Jim Vallance is a star and produces in a great massive way that gives the chance to the band to succeed!all the songs are very strong ,destined to be on the radio and overall Thin Red Line is a classic pop rock release

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