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Hardline - Live At the Gods Festival 2002

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Reviewer:
Juha Harjula Format: Album
Release date: 2005-11-01
Label: Frontiers Records
Genre: AOR
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Here is another release from Frontiers that will be released both as a CD and DVD. Hardline released their
classic debut album "Double Eclipse" back in 1992 with Neal Schon(Journey, Bad English) in the band.
Last year the second album simple called "II" came out but without Neal Schon.
Josh Ramos(Two Fires,The Storm)
replaced him and the new album was a little up and down with few surprises.
Same time last year they headlined the Gods Festival and recorded this live album (I wish that they had never done it).

I don?t know where to start reviewing this horrible live album. They deliver almost every classic song from the debut
like "Hot Cherie", "Everything", "Rhythm From A Red Car" and "Dr. Love" to mention some but the sound and
production is boring, weak and terrible. It?s unbelievable to hear how they manage to destroy those classic songs on this live album.

They also bring out some songs from the "II" album that also are weak and it?s because of the lousy sound.
The CD version includes 3 bonus tracks as well called "Hypnotized", "Mercy" and a acoustic version of "Only A Night".

Who will buy this album??? Well to be honest I don?t know because there must be somekind of music sense and Hardline
might be a great live band but on this live album they don?t sound like that.
So this is a pretty much an unnecessary release.

Tracklisting 1. Intro
2. Hot Cherie
3. Life's A Bitch
4. Everything
5. Face The Night
6. Takin' Me Down
7. Weight
8. In The Hands Of Time
9. Only A Night
10. I'll Be There
11. Drums Solo
12. Rhythm From A Red Car
13. Keyboards Solo
14. Dr. Love
15. Hypnotized
16. Only A Night (Acoustic)
17. Mercy


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