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Angelica

Angelica

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Category: CCM Hard Rock
Year: 1989
Label: Intense Records
Catalog Number: CD09061
Rating: 8.12 out of 10. (48 ratings)
 

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Personnel
Robert Pallen bass
Scott Ernest drums
Dennis Cameron guitars
Andy Lyon vocals
Tracks
1.  There's Only One Hero  4:05
2.  Are You Satisfied  3:30
3.  I Believe  3:45
4.  Danger Zone  3:42
5.  Shine On Me  3:05
6.  Only A Man  3:40
7.  One Step at a Time  3:31
8.  Will I Ever Learn  3:20
9.  Take Me  3:32
10.  Ahh!  3:00
11.  S.O.S.  3:50
12.  Face to Face  3:23
  
Total Running Time:  42:23

Existing comments about this CD

From: Tom   (IP unknown) Date: April 7, 2002 at 0:00
A great straight ahead melodic hard rock record. If you like the 'glam' sound, you'll love this one. They are not a glam band, but that's the sound they hit perfectly with this release. Me? I happen to love it, so I consider this a great record. Ken Tamplin does a cameo to sing the lead on S.O.S. and Rob Rock does all the other lead vocals. The entire album is done well and Dennis Cameron's signature guitar chops are in full display here.
From: Ty   (IP unknown) Date: August 3, 2002 at 8:11
Once again, a band's first album is my favorite! While I would've liked hearing Andy Lyon on this album, Rob Rock is an excellent replacement, so I'm not complaining! Dennis Cameron's guitar work is ripping and melodic. And Ken Tamplin does a great job on the closing track! Excellent album! 10/10
From: robert   (IP unknown) Date: December 11, 2002 at 14:57
Lo siento, pero no me convencen, ni este ni el 2. Habra q escucharlo mas..
From: diego   (IP unknown) Date: February 4, 2003 at 0:56
es pura vida, muy bonito
From: Bezerra   (IP unknown) Date: February 9, 2003 at 18:04
yes man! Rob Rock vocals rules!
From: Pathogenic   (IP unknown) Date: June 8, 2003 at 2:43
Good debut album, I like the later stuff better. Rob Rock does a great job and Dennis Cameron shreds great. Just not my favorite album...good melodic metal. Get a tape first and see if you like it before you hunt down the original cd.
From: Salomonkey   (IP unknown) Date: April 24, 2004 at 22:30
Excellent album, There's Only One Hero and Shine On Me my favorites.
From: Stu   (---.lan.jcnth.naxs.com) Date: November 3, 2004 at 9:32
Metal Classic!!! Everybody should have this in your collection. Rob Rock, Ken Tamplin & Dennis Cameron all on one CD. Songs like Face To Face, Danger Zone, There's Only One Hero & Only A Man are simply awesome. This may be one of the best debut CD of all time. Also, check out the new Cynical Limit which has Dennis Cameron on guitar.
From: Lawrence Covey   (---.northstate.net) Date: April 26, 2006 at 12:04
I don't know if they're still playing today or not, but in the year 2006, I still enjoy listening to their professional work. Their debut album is an excellent piece of heavy metal music. I never get tired of them. I haven't outgrown the Christian heavy metal music of the 80s yet.
From:   (---.dhcp.fewpb.net) Date: October 10, 2008 at 15:31
I love this group! I love most of the 80's & 90's christian metal! I took a cassett I bought for 50 cents and made pretty good CD out of it. The price was right!
From: rexreed   (---.lightspeed.hstntx.sbcglobal.net) Date: September 25, 2009 at 4:12
Ken Tamplin helped produce this pile of lameness. There should have never been another album after this but there was, and the second one stank too. But Dennis Cameron kept on going and finally made a good record with Rock stock....and the band name is a rip off too.

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