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Tempest

Eye of the Storm

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Category: Classic 80s Metal
Year: 1988
Label: Pure Metal
Catalog Number: SPCN7900603735
Rating: 6.97 out of 10. (16 ratings)
 

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Personnel
Darren Lee
Jamie Rowe
Mikk Rowe
Bobby Andrews
Tracks
1.  Storms  
2.  Rock for the Light  
3.  Goin' Nowhere  
4.  Good-Bye  
5.  Let Them In  
6.  True Love Never Fade Away  
7.  All for One  
8.  Eye of the Storm  
9.  Lost Without Your Love  
10.  Midnight  
11.  U.S.A.  

Existing comments about this CD

From: LiveWire   (IP unknown) Date: February 21, 2002 at 12:46
This cd really rocks! Goodbye is a great ballad. Rock For The Light really kicks in. They sound like between motley crue and bon jovi. Mike Rowe could really sing.
From: Tom   (IP unknown) Date: April 2, 2002 at 22:23
I think you mean JAMIE Rowe can really sing. Mick played the guitars. Jamie went on to sing for Guardian, one of Christian hard rock's premier groups. This CD is good, but not great. Nothing really original here, but the tunes do rock. Favorites of mine include: Storms, True Love..., Eye of the Storm. I find that by the end of the CD, I'm very tired of the guitar sound here. With some better production (Elephante bros. anyone?), this group could have really taken off. Too bad.
From: Jeff   (IP unknown) Date: April 3, 2002 at 9:53
This is one of my favorite records. It has the perfect 80's arena rock guitar and the songs are alot of fun. 'Rock For The Light', 'All For One', 'Let Them In', 'Lost Without Your Love' are catchy memorable songs. 'U.S.A.' is a song I think everyone who has this record should be cranking for the country to hear at this time in American history.
From: kevensyle   (IP unknown) Date: April 9, 2002 at 11:17
Yeah, this album is so much fun to listen to!!! Hair band metal all the way. It was released with their first album (A Coming Storm) on one CD a few years back. I have an original CD of this and their first album on vinyl. Tempest was a great band. kevensyle@netscape.net.
From: Mick Rowe   (IP unknown) Date: June 25, 2002 at 11:31
Thanks to everyone that made comments about the old Tempest days..I agree with some good production the band could have done a lot better..but if you are interested I have a new band at www.mindset7.com mick@mindset7.com again.. thanks and God bless.
From: James   (IP unknown) Date: June 25, 2002 at 16:30
I have to agree, really good album. I love the song Good-bye, just something about it but i have always been a sucker for power ballad. I thought i had already commented on this album but it must have been on heavyharmonies.com instead
From: Chad   (IP unknown) Date: July 10, 2002 at 22:48
A must have album for anyone who loves melodic Heavy metal..has some really good tunes on this CD. I remember hearing these guys when this CD first came out. Worth owning
From: Ty   (IP unknown) Date: August 3, 2002 at 20:19
Not a ground-breaking album by any means, but that's okay because this is a fun album to listen to! Favorites are 'Rock For The Light,' 'Good-bye,' (a tear-jerker if there's ever been!), 'Let Them In,' the title track, and the other songs are good, too. Jamie Rowe? He sounded cool, even back then, and you knew his monsterous potential would one day be realized. A solid 8/10
From: Will Gragido   (IP unknown) Date: March 10, 2003 at 17:00
I remember this record as well, though they did have a self-titled album called 'Tempest' on Pure Metal records as well. This one was their sophomore effort and though it showed maturity in their sound, the production left something to be desired. The Rowe brothers are still out there making great music, give them a listen. Later, Will Gragido
From: Doug   (IP unknown) Date: August 22, 2004 at 12:24
If anyone has this in excellent quality I need a copy and I'm also lookin for ..... Below
From: GroovyLime   (IP unknown) Date: September 3, 2004 at 19:29
A great album. A very fun hair metal treat, but not a classic.
From: Salomonkey   (---.) Date: December 14, 2010 at 0:28
Good but not great
From: TempestFan   (---.pn.at.cox.net) Date: May 12, 2014 at 9:20
I love both Tempest albums! I wish they would release them again!

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