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Idle Cure

Eclipse

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Category: CCM Hard Rock
Year: 1994
Label: Salt Music, Inc.
Catalog Number: CD54002
Rating: 8.52 out of 10. (21 ratings)
 

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Personnel
Mark Ambrose guitars, vocals
Steve Shannon lead vocals
Pete Lomakin keyboards, vocals
Glenn Pearce guitars, vocals
Dann Huff guest additional guitars
Bob Carlisle guest backing vocals
Tracks
1.  What's Your Point of View?  4:17
2.  Pour Out My Soul  4:20
3.  Two Hearts  3:21
4.  Never Say Goodbye  5:26
5.  Burning Gomorrah  4:13
6.  Living Water  4:43
7.  Shake It Up  4:13
8.  Merciful Man  3:51
9.  The Only Thing  5:19
10.  Bring Me Through the Day  4:02
  
Total Running Time:  43:45

Existing comments about this CD

From: Tom   (IP unknown) Date: April 26, 2002 at 20:41
Good record. Their earlier stuff was a little better, but this is a solid record and most rock fans will dig it. There are couple of really great songs on here like Pour Out My Soul, Burning Gomorrah, and Living Water. Like I said, if you like good commercial rock and roll, you'll like this CD! But if you like the 2nd Avenue type sound (as I do) you might find this one just a little too different.
From: USTAROCK   (---.sd.sd.cox.net) Date: October 28, 2008 at 2:54
I notice that Billy Smiley is the producer on this one. I can hear the difference, but it's still great stuff. Never say Goodbye is an amazing ballad. Idle Cure just feels different from any other band. I cant get enough.
From: megafan   (---.static.twtelecom.net) Date: August 29, 2013 at 12:44
Jon Knox from Whiteheart and Adam Again played drums on this release but is not credited.

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