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Sunstorm Extra tracks, Import

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Editorial Reviews

CD ALBUM

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Keep Tonight
  2. Fame & Fortune
  3. Heart Over Mind
  4. This Is My Heart
  5. Strenght Over Time
  6. Another You
  7. Fist Full Of Heat
  8. Love's Gone Wrong
  9. Night Moves
  10. Danger Of Love
  11. Making Up For Lost Time
  12. Arms Of Love
  13. Another You (Remix- Bonus Track For Japan)


Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 2, 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Import
  • Label: King Japan
  • ASIN: B000H5U0M6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #182,404 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Justin G. TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 10, 2007
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When it comes to these "project" albums, no one can touch what Frontiers has done lately with some of the genre's best vocalists. In 2004 it was From the Inside (featuring Tyketto's Danny Vaughn) and Starbreaker (featuring TNT's Tony Harnell). In 2005 they gave us Place Vendome (with ex-Helloween vocalist Michael Kiske). And to close out 2006 we get Sunstorm, which features none other than the great Joe Lynn Turner (Rainbow, Deep Purple) on vocals.

Sunstorm is easily the best AOR album of 2006. Sometimes all of the planets are in alignment and everything just works perfectly, and Sunstorm is a great example. I loved Turner's work with Rainbow and Deep Purple, but haven't been crazy about his recent solo material. On this album though, he is in top form, sounding every bit as good as he did on Rescue You. In addition to the incredible vocal performance, the songwriting is first class. Turner is joined by AOR heavyweights such as Jim Peterik (Survivor), Jack Ponti (Surgin') and Dan Huff (Giant), who have put together a collection of songs that take you back to AOR's glory days. To top it all off, the album was mixed and produced by Dennis Ward (Pink Cream 69), who is probably the best in the business. Ward also provides guitars for the album.

Sunstorm is classic, old-school AOR all the way, and will put a huge smile on the face of anyone who still loves Journey, Foreigner, and Survivor. This is a guaranteed winner, and will take you back to 1986 before the first song is done!
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There are very few albums available today that one gets excited over. After the 1990's destroyed rock and roll with its uncanny ability to promote the worst production sound, most untalented vocalists and abysmal musicianship, most of the 70's and 80's bands packed it in. A few made some very strong comebacks but were always compromised by trying to adhere to the idiot model of the 1990's grunge scene. Joe has been coming back strong making excellent albums with Brazen Abott as well as with his own band. This album brought back the clear, high energy production that made 80's music so great. I think it is a credit that he held back nothing and brought back the 80's sound on this one. After all the refuse from the 90's, that is still being promoted as "rock" today, its refreshing to see that someone had the guts to bring back music. If its untalented droning vocalists with 3 chord pseudomelodies you want, go to a local seedy bar. If you want professional talent and production, listen to this..In short, rejoice! Rock is back.
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Another great release from JLT. All the songs are great. His voice has never sounded better. If you liked the usual supsects the you will love sunstorm. Enjoy.
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The Good

You'll feel that the 80s melodic rock scene is back when you hear the opening keyboard and guitar tones of "Keep Tonight." When you hear Joe Lynn Turner's scratchy yet melodic vocals kick in, you'll swear you were back in the 80s. After all of these years, Turner can still belt it out. "Fame and Fortune" is by far the best track on the album. It has that high production sheen to it, and lots of chucky riffs and pulsing keys. The lyrics make you wonder if this is about someone Turner knows, or if it's autobiographical. What a great chorus hook.

The synthesizer is traded for a piano on the heartfelt ballad "Heart Over Mind." Like most power ballads, this one starts off slow and unassuming, but builds to an over-the-top crescendo. Sunstorm keep the power balladry going with a string of them; "This is My Heart," "Strength Over Time," and "Another You." Each range from slow to mid-tempo and showcase Turner at his touching and melodic best. Sunstorm set their guitar phasers on rock on "Fist Full of Heat." "Night Moves" is full of passion and power as Turner challenges his insatiable lover.

The Bad

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The Verdict

12 tracks of over-the-top rockers and ballads full of catchy rhythms, pulsing keyboards, driving guitars, and powerful melodic vocals. It even comes complete with all of the gloss and sheen of a classic eighties arena rock production. Even twenty years later, Joe Lynn Turner knows how to please his die-hard fans.
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The Good

You'll feel that the 80s melodic rock scene is back when you hear the opening keyboard and guitar tones of "Keep Tonight." When you hear Joe Lynn Turner's scratchy yet melodic vocals kick in, you'll swear you were back in the 80s. After all of these years, Turner can still belt it out. "Fame and Fortune" is by far the best track on the album. It has that high production sheen to it, and lots of chucky riffs and pulsing keys. The lyrics make you wonder if this is about someone Turner knows, or if it's autobiographical. What a great chorus hook.

The synthesizer is traded for a piano on the heartfelt ballad "Heart Over Mind." Like most power ballads, this one starts off slow and unassuming, but builds to an over-the-top crescendo. Sunstorm keep the power balladry going with a string of them; "This is My Heart," "Strength Over Time," and "Another You." Each range from slow to mid-tempo and showcase Turner at his touching and melodic best. Sunstorm set their guitar phasers on rock on "Fist Full of Heat." "Night Moves" is full of passion and power as Turner challenges his insatiable lover.

The Bad

Nothing

The Verdict

12 tracks of over-the-top rockers and ballads full of catchy rhythms, pulsing keyboards, driving guitars, and powerful melodic vocals. It even comes complete with all of the gloss and sheen of a classic eighties arena rock production. Even twenty years later, Joe Lynn Turner knows how to please his die-hard fans.
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