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Category: CCM Hard Rock
Year: 1989
Label: Frontline
Catalog Number: CD09071
Rating: 8.27 out of 10. (13 ratings)

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Lary Melby lead vocals, guitars, bass, backing vocals, keyboards
Tim Melby guitars, backing vocals, keyboards
Kelly Burns bass
Several guests including Jeff Porcaro and Dave Koz.
1.  When the Kingdom Comes Down  4:25
2.  You Are His Main Concern  3:48
3.  Go And Sin No More  3:31
4.  Man With a Mission  4:55
5.  The Way, The Truth, and Life  4:20
6.  Kick it Down  3:19
7.  The Light is On  4:10
8.  He Lives  4:15
9.  Give Me One Day at a Time  3:25
10.  You've Got My Heart in Your Hands  3:26
Total Running Time:  39:34

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From: Harry Ebbeson   (IP unknown) Date: May 7, 2003 at 18:21
I really like this album too. They seem to have fallen in the AOR category though 1/3 of the disc is soft music. This is not a bad thing. The last track is fantastic and shows how versatile these guys are. If you look at the liner notes, you will also see a who's who list of musicians. That is neat too. They do remind me of a little more guitar oriented White Heart, and that is good. White Heart (to me anyway) wrote the book on studio musicians on their albums. I like their music.
From: Stuart   ( Date: October 28, 2004 at 13:31
This CD is definitely in the AOR category. It has the classic catchy tunes, great musicianship & the big chorus to sing along with. Some of the highlights are: You Are His Main Concern, Kick It Down, Give Me One Day At A Time & When the Kingdom Comes Down. The only reason I don't rate it higher is because the saxaphone gets played more than the guitar in a few songs. This is more in the vein of Richard Marx - Self Titled & Repeat Offender. A must listen if you have not heard it.
From: Simon   ( Date: January 12, 2005 at 16:51
I've only first this album today and I was totally blown away by the opening song, "When The Kingdom Comes Down" - what an awesome track with big 80's AOR sound and a very melodic and recognizable chorus with great backing vocals. The whole album is great and features great musicians such as Jeff Porcaro and Mike Landau. Definitely a must for everybody who loves AOR/Westcoast music in the style of TOTO, Richard Marx, Mr. Mister and Chicago!

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