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Not sure if I'm detecting sarcasm, or not, but what more do we want from him? He's good at what he does.

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Not sure if I'm detecting sarcasm, or not, but what more do we want from him? He's good at what he does.

 

yeah slight sarcasm I guess....

 

Just amazed he can keep coming up with these songs -

 

Some more Stan inspiro rockers -

 

Never Hold Back

Dream The Dream

More Than A Miracle

I'll Never Fall

Take It All The Way

Have You Ever Believed

The Chance You Take

When I Dream

Dont Let Them Down

Never Stop Writing This Song

Hold Your Head Up High

Never Surrender

Dreamin

Capture The Dream

 

 

I just think he might have exhausted the subject by now that's all ;-))

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  • My Little Pony

 

Not sure if I'm detecting sarcasm, or not, but what more do we want from him? He's good at what he does.

 

yeah slight sarcasm I guess....

 

Just amazed he can keep coming up with these songs -

 

Some more Stan inspiro rockers -

 

Never Hold Back

Dream The Dream

More Than A Miracle

I'll Never Fall

Take It All The Way

Have You Ever Believed

The Chance You Take

When I Dream

Dont Let Them Down

Never Stop Writing This Song

Hold Your Head Up High

Never Surrender

Dreamin

Capture The Dream

 

 

I just think he might have exhausted the subject by now that's all ;-))

 

 

I'd argue that subject can't be exhausted. We all long to feel good and fulfill our dreams. That subject really never seems to ever leave our mind.

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Tracklist:

 

1) Something To Believe
2) The Ultimate
3) Heat of the Battle
4) Love Again
5) Stand in the Fire
6) Unstoppable
7) Thunder In Your Heart
8) The Journey
9) The Memory of You
10) If I'm Not Lovin' You
11) The Touch - Power Mix

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He is probably interested in the philosophy of sleep, a subject that scares a lot many philosophers, once Nietzsche wrote sarcastically " blessed are the sleepy ones for they shall soon drop off". Nothing is certain for sleep except that we get sleepy. Perhaps Stan is exploring the functions of the mind during sleep, apparently he has a lot of vivid images and memories- a sign that his mind doesn't stop thinking during sleep and can lay down memories of his thoughts. :whistle:

 

I can't wait really for his new one. His latest 2 were great.

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  • 3 weeks later...

God, I listened to the samples of this last night and I stand by my previous comments! - lyrics are almost unbearable on every song.....hold onto this, live up to that, dream the other.....ye Gods.

 

Soooo cheesey.

 

Zzzzzz

 

I'll give it a listen if it makes it onto Spotify, but I cant see me buying this.

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Well at least we definitely agree on this, Glen. As I've said before, stupid f*cking lyrics like this are only one step above christian lyrics... and only just.

 

It's so mind numbingly stupid and banal that I want to rip my teeth out and throw them at things. That said, he still writes an okay hook here and there, but seriously, what a simple, simple mind this guy must have. Are you serious about the 'Never give up' bonus track? Sickening...

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Well at least we definitely agree on this, Glen. As I've said before, stupid f*cking lyrics like this are only one step above christian lyrics... and only just.

 

It's so mind numbingly stupid and banal that I want to rip my teeth out and throw them at things. That said, he still writes an okay hook here and there, but seriously, what a simple, simple mind this guy must have. Are you serious about the 'Never give up' bonus track? Sickening...

no that was a joke lol!!

 

But dont hold your breath.......... ;-)

 

[or should I say...hold onto your breath lol]

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  • 5 weeks later...

Received the Stan Bush CD last week sometime.

 

First track is really good. Very old-school AOR'ish with a big hook.

 

The rest of the album just kinda drags along (for me). Not bad by any means, but nothing that really stands out. All very monochromatic / vanilla.

 

Second that. I think it's a safe AOR, enjoyable though but maybe just way too safe. I rated it around 79%, still quite good but probably will wear down after couple spins. Really like 'The Journey' though

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It maybe a bit safe and paint it by numbers in places, but almost unlistenable??? I'm taking it you've listened to it all?

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It maybe a bit safe and paint it by numbers in places, but almost unlistenable??? I'm taking it you've listened to it all?

Unfortunately yes. Unbearably cheesy.

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Kinda surprised to see this one taking so much flak! I for one am really happy that Stan Bush continues to deliver solid albums. This new one might be a tad weaker than his last 3 outings, but overall I like it a lot as well.

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It maybe a bit safe and paint it by numbers in places, but almost unlistenable??? I'm taking it you've listened to it all?

Unfortunately yes. Unbearably cheesy.

 

 

lol, harsh. I gotta say, I kinda dug this. Yes it's a walking cliche and you know every stupid lyric he sings before it's out of his mouth, but for what it is, I admit it... I like it. I really liked 'The journey,' The memory of you' and 'Unstoppable.'

 

The lyrics are woeful, but Stan can just be grateful there is still christian rock out there. I think I heard this about the same time I heard the new Kutless album. I actually wished I was dead a few times while I was listening to the mind numbing garbage the morons in Kutless were spitting out, and by comparison, this almost seemed intelligent. Almost... haha. It's still idiotic, but harmless idiotic. Around that safe 75% mark kind of album, but a nice one.

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