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SLAMER Nowhere Land Frontiers (2006)

Mike Slamer (Streets/Steelhouse Lane/Seventh Key) has hooked-up with Strangeways/The Sign vocalist Terry Brock to produce a classy hard rock album with bits of prog in the mix believe it or not!

The title track has some of these progressive leanings with a slow building intro before Brock's powerhouse vocals kick-in. In fact this album tends to pack the best tunes at the end of the album like the wondrous 'Perfect Circle' complete with mid-section harmony vocal break, whilst 'Superstar' goes from all out rock to a gentle refrain plus it sounds a lot like latter day Kansas and Seventh Key.

'Higher Ground' is the album stand out with the emphasis on guitar and using Brock's vocal in full rock mode. It also features a killer chorus that you will latch onto after one play.

Another cracking album featuring Mike Slamer and after the two average opening tracks the album really kicks off and then some. Fans of Seventh Key, Kansas, Streets, Steelhouse Lane etc should grab a copy.


Review by Jason Ritchie

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***** Out of this world | **** Pretty damn fine |
*** OK, approach with caution unless you are a fan |
** Instant bargain bin fodder | * Ugly. Just ugly

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