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New album out October 18 through Pride & Joy Music.

 

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01. Demon Or Saint
02. Faster Than Love
03. Somewhere Out There
04. Destiny
05. Down To Passion
06. Rise Again
07. Hang On To Your Heart
08. Forever Now
09. Rolling Thunder
10. Breakaway
11. Eternity

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Listening to this now. Considerably better than I was expecting. Very enjoyable!

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On 9/7/2019 at 1:37 AM, heavyharmonies said:

Listening to this now. Considerably better than I was expecting. Very enjoyable!

Nice. They do seem to be getting a bit better each time. 

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New video for 'Demon Or Saint'.

Hey now, this is good.

 

 

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Solid stuff.

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On ‎9‎/‎9‎/‎2019 at 2:27 PM, Geoff said:

Nice. They do seem to be getting a bit better each time. 

Yeah their first few releases did very little for me apart from a track or two,but this is a step up by the sounds of it,singer definitely has the chops,hopefully this release is different because I would find myself pressing skip quite a bit on their past efforts.

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New lyric video for 'Destiny'.

Nice.

 

 

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This is sounding quite good,not as good as the first track...but may make the purchase list yet  :)

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