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Press release from AOR Blvd Records:

AOR Blvd Records are proud and excited to present the signing of the future of AOR; DALLAS.

Featuring all round instrumentalist, songwriter extraordinaire, and San Francisco pin-up, we bring you youngster Bryan Dallas. A fourteen track CD licensed to Anderstein Music, Japan will be released in July , followed by our UK version with different songs in August.
Watch this space!

Kelv Hellrazer says: “The most exciting artist I've worked with since Poison and White Lion...Think Winger, Bon Jovi , Blue Tears, Def Leppard, Reckless Love meeting Danger Danger up a dark alley .
He’s young and he has a massive buzz , the boys got so many songs and looks like a star...”

 

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Wow. Now that is something to be proper excited about. 

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About fucking time. 

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Happy Days,the e.p was excellent to my ears :) be nice to hear a full official release.

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Open Your Heart was a nice tune.

I'd be interested in hearing new material.

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19 hours ago, KarpetRydOFunk said:

About fucking time. 

Please.

There are christians here. 

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1 hour ago, Geoff said:

Please.

There are christians here. 

There are also lions :)

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Okay, not bad... I'd like a bit more guitar and Mutt-like gang backing vocals, but not every album can be Hysteria.

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4 hours ago, Geoff said:

Please.

There are christians here. 

Yeah, and the Christians are saying, "About fucking time."

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11 hours ago, Invisible_man said:

Open Your Heart sounds nice. I heard Bring the Light, and that one was average

"This Love" and "I Close My Eyes" are the best two from the EP. 

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47 minutes ago, kourosofsteel3 said:

I close my eyes and I'm thinking of this cd! :wub:

I really hope it's all new music, and not the tunes on that 0dayrox compilation. 

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8 hours ago, KarpetRydOFunk said:

I really hope it's all new music, and not the tunes on that 0dayrox compilation. 

Which are they? The five songs on the EP? I don't even know if I still have this EP somewhere in the archives... I must check. 

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2 hours ago, Geoff said:

Which are they? The five songs on the EP? I don't even know if I still have this EP somewhere in the archives... I must check. 

The five from Over the Edge EP, which we all know and are amazing. Then some demos which are hit and miss. And a cover of The Transformers Theme he featured on with a band called Weslester, which sucks. 

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Out August 24.

 

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1. Rock N Roll Never Dies 
2. This Love 
3. Rock You Like A Bomb 
4. Bring The Light 
5. Rip It Up 
6. I Close My Eyes 
7. Lay It All On The Line 
8. Miles Away 
9. I Wanna Buy You A Star 
10. Don’t Ever Stop
11. Heaven Down 
12. Forever 
13. Rock Ain’t Dead 
14. Feel The Music

 

 

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Great news, especially since the release date isn't far off.   Looks like 3 tracks from the EP, surprised they chose Bring the Light but not Open Your Heart.  Hopefully we get to hear a new track soon and that shirtless photo isn't the album cover.

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First I've checked this out....Bring The Light isn't too bad.

Will have to keep an eye on this.

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8 hours ago, tts42572 said:

First I've checked this out....Bring The Light isn't too bad.

Will have to keep an eye on this.

Holy shit! Where have you been? We've only been raving about it since 2012. 

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Genuinely exciting news regarding this one... yum. Really can't wait to hear it. 

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A bit disappointed with the new song.  Production isn't that good and while the chorus is catchy, it gets too repetitive for me.  Would have preferred a short guitar solo somewhere in there as well.

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I like the song plenty - really catchy, even if it is a little repetitive... I really dig it.

But I agree, the sound is kinda awful. I hope it's just a really low quality version of the finished product. Very tinny, especially in the pre-chorus and chorus. 

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On 7/29/2018 at 11:46 AM, tts42572 said:

 

This song reminds me of De La Cruz/Catalano, the chorus anyway.

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