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The Storm CD

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The Storm Music CD.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. You Keep Me Waiting
  2. I've Got A Lot To Learn About Love
  3. In The Raw
  4. You're Gonna Miss Me
  5. Call Me
  6. Show Me The Way
  7. I Want You Back
  8. Still Loving You
  9. Touch And Go
  10. Gimme Love
  11. Take Me Away
  12. Can't Live Without Love


Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 17, 1991)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Interscope
  • ASIN: B000008L6N
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,303 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Christopher L. Behr on June 7, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This album came out in late 1991, at an unfortunate time. I say unfortunate because this was at the same time Nirvana hit it big, signalling the end of melodic hard rock and ushering in the era of so-called "alternative rock." My question is this: if it all sounds the same, how is it an alternative? Anyway, HERE is your alternative.

This band was formed by ex-Journey keyboardist and Santana co-founder Gregg Rolie about ten years after he split Journey and features Steve Smith (drums) and Ross Valory (bass), also from that band. Added to the mix were vocalist Kevin Chalfant and guitarist Josh Ramos, and the results were spectacular: "I've Got A Lot To Learn About Love" and "Show Me The Way" were Top 10 singles. Unfortunately, the song chosen as the third single was "Still Loving You", which is a really good song but not Top 40 material; personally, I would have chosen "You're Gonna Miss Me" (the best song on the album) or "Call Me" as the next single, but hindsight is always 20/20.The song failed to chart.In any event, the band toured with Bryan Adams and then dissipated until reuniting with new drummer Ron Wikso for the release of their second (and apparently last) album in 1996, titled "Eye of the Storm." That album is spectacular and highly recommended, but has unfortunately been unavailable for several years as a new release. I am extremely pleased to see THIS album available again, though, and I highly recommend it to anyone who likes Journey, Foreigner or Spooky Tooth.
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In the late 80's, former Journey Bassist Ross Valory had teamed up with Kevin Chalfant to do an album called The Vu. I've never listened to it, but might have to check it out. A few years later these two team up with Gregg Rolie (Former Keyboardist for Journey), Steve Smith (Former Drummer for Journey), and Guitarist Josh Ramos. Now: With 3 Journey Members, you think: "Are they going to sound like Journey, or do something different?" Well they sound like Journey to answer those who might ask that question. Also: I'd listen to this and their Follow Up Album Eye of the Storm any day over Raised on Radio. These two albums are more Journey than that album. In fact, I think any fan of Journey needs both of these albums if they wish to have a COMPLETE collection of Journey music. Cause while this isn't Steve Perry, this is as close as you're gonna get! Steve Smith has always been why Journey's drumming has sounded a little cooler than most other bands. He has a jazzier influence and a magic touch and it is certainly seen in this album, but is something I find a little sad in The Storm's 2nd album due to Smith's absence. Never the less, both albums are still top notch. Gregg sounds amazing and it's kind of nostalgic hearing him do this sound again. He sounds better here. Ross is his usual self. Kevin is a great singer and I find it mind boggling that Journey didn't replace Perry with him. But there is only ONE Steve Perry. Josh is a good guitarist. He plays with passion much like Neal Schon, but obviously, like before, there is only ONE Neal Schon.

The Music:

1. "You Keep Me Waiting"- Starts off with some storm sounds and then a nice guitar solo comes in and then it goes in to a nice riff.
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This is one of my most favorite cd's I own. I bought the tape back in 1991 when it first came out, then was lucky enough to find the CD in 1995. If you like Journey, then you will love this. There is actually a 12th track called "Can't Live Without Your Love" and it is one of my favorite songs of all time-and the BEST song on the CD. And to this day when I play these songs, they still do not sound dated at all-not bad for songs that are nearly 13 yrs old!!!
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This self-titled debut album from the Storm was released in 1991. It consists of 12 tracks. The lead vocals are split between Kevin Chalfant and keyboardist Gregg Rolie--both provide enjoyable singing performances. The album's material is in a pop rock musical direction. I find the songwriting to be worthy, the musicianship to be tight, and the sound quality to be satisfying. My favorite songs are "You Keep Me Waiting," "I've Got a Lot to Learn About Love," and "Show Me the Way." "I've Got a Lot to Learn About Love" has a winning refrain. The plaintive "Show Me the Way" supplies a nice chorus. Examples of other compositions that I like are "In the Raw" and "Can't Live Without Love." "In the Raw" is fun and sports a captivating refrain, while the somber, pretty "Can't Live Without Love" displays a charming chorus and a gratifying keyboard melody from Rolie. As for the CD booklet, it includes the song lyrics and a black-and-white photo of the band. The disc is almost 57 minutes. This is a recommendable album.
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If you are a Journey fan,this album is a must,most of the members of the band are ex-santana and journey,although this,there first album came out in 1991 it sounds right up to date.Its got excellent musicians who know there craft,the down side is,this album,one of only two they put out, is very hard to find out in the market place,but if you can get your hand on a copy,you will not be disapionted.- Cheers!
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