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Idle Cure


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Category: CCM AOR
Year: 1992
Label: Frontline
Catalog Number: FLD9289
Rating: 8.03 out of 10. (18 ratings)

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Mark Ambrose guitars, vocals
Steve Shannon lead vocals
Pete Lomakin keyboards, vocals
Clark Edmond drums
Greatest Hits compilation.
1.  Breakaway  3:58
2.  Holy Mountain  4:20
3.  How Long  3:57
4.  It's No Fun Anymore  4:13
5.  Just Believe It  3:56
6.  Contend for the Faith  4:09
7.  Overdrive  4:34
8.  Pray  4:43
9.  So Many Faces  3:39
10.  Take It  4:41
11.  Frontline  4:07
12.  Talk It Out  4:31
13.  Breakaways' Hit Mix  7:05
Total Running Time:  57:53

Existing comments about this CD

From: James   (IP unknown) Date: July 13, 2001 at 7:41
dude, if you like KISS then you will love this band. I really love the sound they push out
From: Tom   (IP unknown) Date: April 26, 2002 at 20:50
My only beef with this record is that they put all the ballads on it. There must be 5 or 6 slow songs on here. AND WHAT IS UP WITH THAT STUPID "HIT MIX" AT THE END?!?!?!?! You take a hard rock band, whose fans presumably like rock music, and do a "hit mix" of all their tunes reset to a hip hop beat?! How dumb is that?! Trust me, if you like Idle Cure, you'll like this record, but if you wanna hear 'em at their best, buy "2nd Avenue" or "Inside Out".
From: USTAROCK   ( Date: April 9, 2007 at 13:49
This is a fairly good representation of how versatile Idle Cure can be. Hard Rock, melodic rock, lush balads. I think the band was throwing everything they were capable of up against the wall, to see what would stick. These balads probably lit up the AOR charts, while the hard stuff traced their roots, and came off great live. Fact is, this band could do it all with conviction and soul. Play on.....Pray on.
From: Sooper   ( Date: April 13, 2008 at 15:31
I need lyrics!!!!
From: Blade Runner   ( Date: August 20, 2014 at 19:18
How does "Come Back To Me" off their first release not make this compilation? There is nothing more frustrating than a Greatest Hits that is missing obvious hits.

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