Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Pop, Rock
1997 reissue of their 1992 project, featuring Keith Murell (ex-Mama's Boys) on lead vocals, plus Thin Lizzy's Scott Gorham & Queen's Brian May on guitars. 10 tracks, including 'If You Want To Rock' and 'How Much Do You Lov... more »
1997 reissue of their 1992 project, featuring Keith Murell (ex-Mama's Boys) on lead vocals, plus Thin Lizzy's Scott Gorham & Queen's Brian May on guitars. 10 tracks, including 'If You Want To Rock' and 'How Much Do You Love Me'. A Parachute release.
One Great Album, Unfortunately went un-Noticed
Anthony Marino | Pasco, WA USA | 07/22/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"You have here members "21 guns", Scott Gorham, and Leaf Johnson, Then mixed with the talent of Brian May on guitars, surprisingly has combined for an awesome album. If you liked 21 guns's debut "Salute" you'll love this. This is a must for any Melodic Rock fan (Retro-Rock, 80's sound). I have ths on CD and listen to it in the car almost 2-3 times a week. The whole album is a worthy listen. I've been a fan of Melodic Rock since Def Leppards "Pyromania", and Van Halens Self title and I'm always on the search for new versions of this Glam style sound. The quality of the music is so high it's truly hard to believe this never received any air time. I don't believe they even had a Video."
Why oh why?
L. B. Ivarsson | Rock City | 03/06/2003
(1 out of 5 stars)
"The first Phenomena album was a different and very interesting project. The follow up ("Dream runner") was alright, but the third time around ("Inner vision") things hit rock bottom. It's hard to believe that there's anything in common with the first release, and "Inner vision" lacks everything from inspiration to writing skills. This was also the end for the project, a very good decision! Remember that I have warned you about this one!Just out of curiousity - how can an unknown singer be under rated?"
Searching for number three
Anthony Marino | 11/19/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This album brings together the talents of Scott Gorham(ex Thin Lizzy) and Queen guitarist Brian May. Any one who bought the first two albums should love this one. I thought the vocalist Keith Murrel who I had never heard of, is one of the most underrated singers of the Time. A great album !!!!"