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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: August 26, 2004 at 12:47|
|I like her first CD more than her second. I think the reason for that is none of these songs are very bad. All of them are listenable. Pink Noise had some bad filler in it. Highlightes here are the opening track, Survival In The Streets, Run For Your Love and Hideaway. Believe In Me is also worth repeated listens. Fans of Show-Ya drive the price of this one through the roof, so if you're looking to get $100 worth of music here, you won't. It's a collectors item more than anything else.
||Date: August 26, 2004 at 20:27|
|Like I said about her other release, it is good pop rock, but please people, take my advice and don't fork out the big dollars. It is really not that good. Just nice melodic pop rock with a few cool songs here and there.
||Date: August 31, 2004 at 16:24|
|Hey! Fancy meeting you here, Geoff. lol. I can't believe we are the only posters on this highly sought after album.
|From: jakki steal
||Date: April 17, 2005 at 3:22|
|steffanie is so hot! she is so talented! she rocks! "born to be free" "rock the planet" "hot night in the city"! she really knows how to rock! she must of been on some killer drugs to come up with these kind of songs!
||Date: April 20, 2005 at 15:20|
|Hi 'crazy' jakki ! I don't know where to get this one, but I guess you should try singers like LISA NEMZO & SHARON O'NEILL as well (if you don't know them already)
|From: jakki steal
||Date: April 27, 2005 at 5:58|
|steffanie rocks! call me crazy but last time i checked lisa nemzo and sharon o neill are really gay( if you diddnt know already). steffanie is a million times better then those broads!Her songs are so much better just listen to "get out of my heart" "run for your love" and "survival in the streets" just to name a few!That girl can rock!
|From: juan carlos
||Date: May 17, 2007 at 19:51|
|No veo mucho de Pop aquí, es mas MelodicHardRock con su pequeña dosis de teclados(AOR), producción ok, la voz de Steffanie un tanto limitada no está mal pero no deslumbra tampoco, los solos en su mayoría largos son lo mejor del album (Algunos solos mejores que otros). Si que rockean como ejemplo está "Survival In The Streets". Mis favoritas: "Hideaway" "Change of Heart" con un solo tremendo, "Hot Night In The City" y "Get Out Of My Heart". Bueno. 8/10
||Date: September 30, 2007 at 1:57|
|She is half-American /half-Japanese.Nice early Pat Benatar-ish Hard Pop Rock.She later joined Show-Ya.
||Date: December 30, 2008 at 11:18|
|This is one of my all time favourite albums. With the exception of "Believe In Me" (way too poppy), this is some of the best AOR i've ever heard. I also love the way that the album isn't full of vocals; there is also a lot of jamming on here, especially on "Run For Your Love". The title track is simply awesome: memorable riff, great soloing and Steffanie's voice was never better...It never fails to fire me up. Throw in "Get Out Of My Heart", "Change Of Heart" and "Hot Night In The City" and you have one of the most underrated albums you'll ever likely hear. Also there are a couple of tracks that were recorded for Japanese Anime shows: Born To Be Free" and the awesome "Rock The Planet (For Everyone)". I still feel like i'm underrating it by giving it 95/100, but I gotta be truthful. It's not perfect, but it's pretty damn close!
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: November 17, 2010 at 20:29|
|Wowww!!!..very pleasant album of this japanese girl,yeah this is melodic hard rock with its dosage of AOR too ..."Survival In The Streets" is a very good rocking starter,"Hideaway" is a highlight one,"Change Of Heart" with its AORish feel,makes the song really enjoyable and with that crunchy guitar part at the end of the track i tell you!,"Believe In Me" is the "hit" of the album,lovely track with a live catchy chorus,"Get Out Of My Heart" is another goodie one & "Rock The Planet(For Everyone)" ends the album excellently...good effort Steffanie!.88/100
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