Crossroads – Hype [1992]

CROSSROADS_HYPECountry Germany          Style Hard Rock

Rating 71/100

Band Members Christian Stöver – Guitars, Peer Würfel – Drums, Reent Fröhlich – Vocals, Stefan Ellerhorst – Guitars

Tracks 01. .45 (6:12), 02. You Won’t Get It (3:35), 03. Inner Stranger (4:06), 04. Half Of Heaven (0:32), 05. Nowhereland (6:10), 06. I’m Addicted To You (5:13), 07. Vagabond Road (5:01), 08. Psycho Jenny (4:30), 09. Should I Cry (4:36), 10. Jesus For A Day (4:09), 11. Turn To The Changes (3:47)

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Profile Crossroads formed in 1988 at Sande, Lower Saxony released their first work, a demo actually back in 1989 and an EP titled “Borderline” in 1991. At the same year they released their first full-lenght album titled “The Wild One” playing melodic heavy metal. With their second release “Hype” the band moved to more melodic hard rock paths but with luck of strong compositions and the hit song that will rise their fame. On the album we also met as a guest Jens Becker from Running Wild while their song “You Won’t Get It” is the best effort of the record. The band two years after they released a third album named “Gasolined” returned to their heavy paths. The band were still active till 1997 when they split-up.

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