The list author says: "With the resurgence in classic rock/hairbands/melodic rock the bands of the 80's are sprouting up again like follicles on a bald head after using Rogaine. Actually, most of these guys never went away, they were just treated like bastard red-headed step children for the last 20 years. Many are now coming out with albums that try to recapture the glory days of the 80's era in an effort to please fans - with great results. Just look at the ratings. What's old is new again so enjoy.
FOR EVERY MUSIC FAN OUT THERE:
1. Visit melodicrock.com 2. Buy Classic Rock Magazine 3. Go to www.grooveshark.com and legally listen to most, if not all, of these artists for free and then spend your hard earned dollars wisely. 4. Visit wolfgangsvault.com to listen to some great concerts"
"Fantastic return to the sound that made them one of the better metal bands of their time. And IMHO the best new album by an 80's metal act. Big guitars, big vocals, and big ballads. 80's/90's Stryper fans will love it."
"The only original member is Mike Tramp. This is a very good CD. If your looking for 80's Vito Bratta style, forget it. Close as you'll come to the 80's is the song 'Set Me Free' which is totally awesome."
"Pretty much all songs/albums after 'Hysteria' could be considered b-sides to the 'Hysteria' album. Therefore DL pretty much lost my buying dollars. That has changed! This album is friggin' awesome. Can't stop playing it or recommending it. Love it love it love it!!!!"
"EXCELLENT ROCK N' ROLL!!! These guys weren't 'hair' but they reigned during the era and have come out with a fantastic album that would be a best seller and be all over radio if it wasn't for 'investment firms' running the music scene now."