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Category: Hard Rock
Year: 1994
Label: Liberty
Catalog Number: CDP-7243-8-30239-2-9
Rating: 8.43 out of 10. (30 ratings)

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Paul Alan lead and backing vocals, keyboards
Kurt Lehman bass, backing vocals
Brad Angus drums
K.C. Smothers lead guitar, backing vocals
Steve Ashley guitar, backing vocals
1.  We Believe  
2.  United We Stand  
3.  Holding My Own  
4.  Bridge Across the Water  
5.  Red, White, Black and Blue  
6.  All That Glitters  
7.  Some Things Never Change  
8.  Hurt so Bad  
9.  A Time to Cry  
10.  Across the Miles  

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From: Tom   (IP unknown) Date: May 8, 2002 at 16:58
A good slab of AOR rock. There's really only one standout tune on this record, All That Glitters. Its almost worth the price alone. The rest is good rock and roll, but nothing groundbreaking. Think Petra/Journey...that's about the heavyness of the album other than All That Glitters, which is heavy metal.
From: PASCAL JACQUIN   (IP unknown) Date: July 15, 2002 at 13:40
From: ENDER WIGGIN   (IP unknown) Date: September 28, 2002 at 19:24
DEF LEPARD...are you kidding me. TURN UP YOUR HEARING AID! This band is very talented...and very underrated, but they need more tracks like 'All That Glitters'. overall-great first album...Worth the price!
From: illimey   ( Date: April 14, 2005 at 0:04
Slightly too 'polished' for my tastes. Definite talent, plenty of melody, and great lyrics - but the production is so layered you soon start to feel like you're in a pink salon getting your hair done by Philipe with Def Leppard's 'Hysteria' on endless rotation in the background... You kinda like it, but only during certain phases of the moon.
From: Dudeman   ( Date: March 30, 2014 at 21:34
What happenned to this group? Where are they now? Last I heard they were working on an album called 'new beginnings'. Anyone know anything?

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