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Don't Wait for the Movie

Tales of Wonder

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Category: CCM AOR
Year: 1992
Label: Star Song Records
Catalog Number: SSD8247
Rating: 9.41 out of 10. (11 ratings)

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Rick Florian lead and backing vocals
Mark Gersmehl keyboards, lead and backing vocals
Billy Smiley acoustic guitars, backing vocals
Brian Wooten lead and rhythm guitars
Anthony Sallee bass, fretless bass
Jon Knox drums
1.  Raging of the Moon  5:16
2.  His Heart Was Always in It  4:16
3.  Unchain  4:59
4.  Say the Word  3:57
5.  Who Owns You  4:44
6.  Where the Thunder Roars  4:59
7.  Silhouette  4:43
8.  Vendetta  3:54
9.  Gabriela  4:43
10.  Light a Candle  6:10
11.  Morningstar Segue  1:45
Total Running Time:  49:26

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From: Tom   (IP unknown) Date: March 26, 2002 at 2:21
White Heart's best record of their entire 20-year history. Combined an excellent mix of BGV's, acoustic guitars, drums and keyboards to create a few rockers and a lot of mid-range tunes that all have an ethereal feel to them. This album stands apart from all other WH records. If you like WH, and don't have this record, you MUST get a copy immediately.
From: Jay   (IP unknown) Date: February 18, 2003 at 6:04
Although I do like this album a lot, I think it's their second worst album out of all of them (Redemption second worst). That just means the worst of the best. I like Vendetta, Unchained, and His Heart Was Always in it. If they replaced 2 of softer songs, like Say the Word and Silhouette, this album would be almost as good as the next one.
From: Jay   (IP unknown) Date: February 18, 2003 at 6:05
Correction: Redemption worst (too soft)
From: Salomonkey   (IP unknown) Date: October 9, 2003 at 15:45
This is another great album from a great band like Whiteheart. Every song is excellent and Gabriela is my favorite.

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