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Category: AOR / Melodic Rock

Year: 2022

Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)

Catalog Number: FRCDVD 1247

Personnel

Jay DeMarcus vocals, keyboards, guitars
Jason Scheff bass, vocals
Dean Castronovo drums, vocals
Tom Yankton guitars, vocals
Chris Rodriguez guitars, vocals

Tracks

1.  Why Are You Calling Me Now     Listen
2.  Angels     Listen
3.  All Night to Get There     Listen
4.  I Hope You Find It     Listen
5.  Time to Let It Go     Listen
6.  Lights Go Out in Paradise     Listen
7.  Don't Go     Listen
8.  Smoking     Listen
9.  Anything But Us     Listen
10.  Waiting on Your Sunshine     Listen
11.  Finally Got It Right     Listen

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From: Zacki Date: August 22, 2022 at 11:28
too much country and of course Rascall Flatts. In my opinion this is not a really AOR Album but it sounds good, is not the always the same scandinavion Sound. It's still an american country pop light rock album. It's worth to listen to. IMO is far away from Journey and Chicago.

From: MetalllianStallion Date: September 13, 2022 at 9:05
Country? This release would fall under the west coast AOR umbrella to my ears. DeMarcus has a Peter Cetera vox vibe, as the opening track is catchy. There a few harder edge (I use that word lightly) tracks " Time to let it go" that are pretty decent. But overall it's a little too lite for my taste but there is excellent musicianship and clean production.


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