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See all All rights reserved. Privacy Policy. Thank you for supporting Heavy Harmonies! Want to talk rock and metal? Come the Heavy Harmonies message board! My Lists What is this? Latest Audio Samples See all Kuni and Soto, deadly compination. Higly Reccomended!!!! Terrana arrived in Los Angeles in the summer of Within three months of his arrival he landed a gig with Japanese Polydor recording artist Kuni. The record featured Jeff Scott Soto on vocals ex Yngwie Malmsteen and a short tour of Japan was organized to support the project.

The last show of the tour was filmed for national broadcast in Japan by N. The band had a very short run of success before breaking up in the spring of Absolutely No Alternative Good album, one of the best albums in which Soto was involved. Kickin' guitars and a killer lead vocalist the always-awesome Jeff Scott Soto make this a good example of what made the late 80s hard rock scene so great.

If you're looking for hot hooks, cool riffs, and loud vocals, this band's got 'em, combined with production values that are superior to many albums that were released around the same period. So, if you don't have this CD in your collection, take immediate action to rectify your oversight. Like a more aggressive Dokken. I agree with Tim, this definitely reminds me of a heavier Dokken; even with hints of Def Leppard here and there I really dig this album a lot Kuni on guitars and Jeff Scott Soto on vocals are a killer combo My favs on this have to be the title track and 'Strangers in the Night' but I really do dig the whole album Produced and arranged by Dana Strum Rock on!!

I think it's been Jeff's best band. Does this sounds like JSS's earlier work with yngwie? I highly recommend it. That's all. What we get here is typical L. A melodic heavy rock, somewhere between the commercialism of bands such as King Kobra or Dokken and the heavy handedness of Rough Cutt or Keel. I will take either one. I am a big jeff scott soto fan. I have just got what seems a quite limited edition with the Panther Ep included as bonus tracks.

Awesome rockin tunes with JSS in fine form. Disco de heavy ochentero,con sonido USA y la voz de Jeff Scott Soto haciendo lo de siempre:discos aburridillos que se quedan a medias. One of the best albuns i ever listen in my life!!!!!!!! Soto is the best and Terrana is a killer!!!! This was my favourite pre-Eyes release from Jeff. Good solid hard rock disc. SOTO s muestra una vez mas como una de las mejores voces del genero,adaptando su voz a cada tema y dandoles su particular sello,siendo capaz tanto de alcanzar altisimos tonos agudos algo q x cierto ya casi a olvidado como de cantar con grandes dosis de s.

Just like M. Allen and HairMetalManiac said - smokin' album with great vocals, guitars, and all around musicianship. Highly recommended!! Also was just reissued so do yourself a favor and go buy it! One of the best rock singers ever meets a great guitar riffer. Just recently picked this up a few weeks ago To me, it initially reminded me a lot of a heavier sounding version of the Vinnie Vincent Invasion "All Systems Go" album Definitely can also see the comparison to Dokken that a few people ly mentioned.

Great stuff. I really wish that I would have picked this up back in when I was 14, because this would have been one of my favorite albums.

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