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Idle Cure

Idle Cure

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Category: CCM AOR
Year: 1986
Label: Frontline Records
Catalog Number: CD9008
Rating: 8.67 out of 10. (38 ratings)

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Steven Shannon lead vocals, bass
Chuck King guitars, vocals
Mark Ambrose guitars, vocals, keyboards
Pete Lomakin keyboards, vocals
1.  Breakaway  4:00
2.  Silent Hope  4:04
3.  Take It  4:40
4.  Feeling the Heat  4:15
5.  Come Back to Me  4:07
6.  Overdrive  4:33
7.  From the Heart  5:00
8.  Come Alive  4:24
Total Running Time:  35:03

Existing comments about this CD

From: james   (IP unknown) Date: July 20, 2001 at 21:22
This is a great album. The vocals Sound like Paul Stanly from KISS and the music the sound of the mid to late 80's kiss.
From: Tom   (IP unknown) Date: April 26, 2002 at 20:44
If you like the late 80's metal sound, AVOID THIS RECORD. There are two, maybe three, songs that fit that mold, but the rest are just 80's music, not that good melodic metal. A couple of these songs even have sax on them, for Pete's sake! A half-decent debut, but their next three records were MUCH MUCH better.
From: Plutarch   (IP unknown) Date: July 20, 2003 at 20:35
This album was 'Breakaway' and 'Overdrive'.'Breakaway' had to be one of the better songs in christian music in the 80's.Unfortunatly there are not any other good songs.
From: X4J   (IP unknown) Date: January 25, 2004 at 22:09
Hmm..I guess I have a little different perspective on this one. I love this album. I think this was a great debut album for these guys, however, I would also agree that Idle Cure just got better with each subsequent release. Breakaway is their 'signature' song, but Holy Mountain from 'Inside Out' should be.
From: bighairbrewster   (IP unknown) Date: January 31, 2004 at 23:10
To me these guys sounded like a copy of Bon Jovi. I had this tape...and I can honestly say I don't miss it. It wasn't that great. Breakaway was about the only good song. This was brought to you by the letter G
From: Salomonkey   (IP unknown) Date: June 11, 2004 at 21:35
Great album like every album of Idle Cure.
From: lgbg1978   (---.) Date: December 19, 2006 at 12:19
Buen disco del 86 por no decir mas el aņo del AOR, definitivamente comparados a los grandes de esa epoca en lamusica secular como Alien de ese aņo, muy bueno recomendado para los amantes del Aor fino y melodico, excelente bateria con eco distintivo de los 80s, guitarras con buenos rifs, y teclados buenos, consiguelo y disfrutalo que el disco vale la pena tanto como el siguiente disco.
From: Rafo Phoenix   (---.) Date: July 20, 2008 at 23:02
Super Masterpiece! Una de las mejores Obras Maestras de AOR y encima Cristiano cada vez amo mas este disco One of the best AOR albums 10/10. Saludos a todos de parte del Guerrero Inmortal, Regards Rafo Phoenix 'The Immortal Warrior of God'
From: USTAROCK   ( Date: October 29, 2008 at 22:14
I view this project as a prototype 1st release by an extraordinary band just finding their boundaries...I mean they explored every aspect of their musical range. Breakaway was a huge Christian rock hit, but then so was Take It on the AC charts. Come Back To Me is pop-rock, and Steal Away is a tricked out, sequenced, referendum on drug use. They were just throwing it all up against the wall to see what stuck. Then they proceeded to get better with each release. That's great music making. LUV EM!

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