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I've had both Outside Edge CD's for a couple of months now and I can't stop playing them. For an AOR band they have a real edge to them, more like Canadian AOR than English IMO. What do you guys think is this the most under rated band ever?

 

My fave's are Running Hot, Heaven Tonight, Flesh And Blood, and Heartbeat Away.

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Could not be a huger fan here. Usually a band with those kind of keys would send me running, but their songs are just amazing. Love both those CDs immensely.

 

I heard some demos which were quite patchy to be honest, but nothing wrong with those two albums. :)

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Great band. Love the song "Not Made of Glass" among many others. Wish both cds would get a Rock Candy style reissue.

 

Yes I agree, the Virgin pressing sounds really good, but they are very, very hard to find.

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