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Wild Rose - Dangerous

5.00
Reviewer :
Juha Harjula Format: Album
Release date: 2013-03-01 Year: 2013
Label: AOR Heaven
Genre: AOR
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The Greek AOR band Wild Rose are back with their second album called Dangerous. In 2011 they released their debut album Half Past Midnight that was a nice album. With this new album they have gone one step forward and recorded a fantastic sliced AOR album with strong hooks, wonderful melodies and catchy choruses. Another change for this album is that this is the first to feature new vocalist in David A. Saylor (Push UK and one soloalbum under his belt). David has a great and powerful voice that sometimes reminds a lot of Terry Brock (Strangeways) and he really has give this band a lift to higher grounds. The ultra catchy 80s Alone opens up the album in a fine way with layers of melodies and hooks. I Can´t Stop Loving You is a fantastic mid-tempo song with a great chorus and fluffy keyboards. Dream On is filled with wonderful keyboards and the chorus is a winner that has Canadian Boulevard writte all over it. The classy 80s ballad Awake is filled with stunning melodies and the chorus is superb, what an marvellous song. Tonight is a awesome soundtrack AOR-song with great guitarwork and a memorable chorus. Dangerous is a album without any filler just classy pure 80s AOR songs and well produced by Andy Rock. If you think Strangeways, Atlantic, FM and Boulevard are bands you enjoy then this is an album I recommed highly. This is a must for fans of classic 80s AOR.

Tracklisting 1. Alone
2. Hold On
3. I Can?'t Stop Loving You
4. If You Still Love Me
5. Dream On
6. Awake
7. Tonight
8. I Won?'t Forget You
9. Is This Love
10. Not a Day Goes By


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