Faraday – In Stone [1993]

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Country Germany          

Style Melodic Rock/AOR

Rating 83/100

Band Members Mike Fix – Vocals,percussion,guitar, Steve Snyder – Guitar,accordeon,vocals, Marc Midi – Vocals,keyboards, Tanne Fichtel – Bass,vocals, Wulf Haugland – Drums,percussion

Tracks 01. Crazy, 02. In Stone, 03. I Don’t Understand, 04. Dreamland, 05. Faraway, 06. Move On, 07. Belinda, 08. Voice, 09. One and Only, 10. Say Yeah!, 11. Railroard Song, 12. Rain is Fallin (bonus)

Profile Another hyper rare and unknown jewel of keyboard laden uptempo melodic rock for fans of that gendre. The band’s only released as I know so far came out in 1993 titled “In Stone” via Saints & Sinners Records. The band plays melodic rock with a blend of westcoast, funky and poppy elements, with strong and clear production, pompus keys, catchy hooks and well performed arrangements. Songs like the rockin’ “In Stone” starts with a great blend of keys,riffs and vocals is a good example of the quality of the band and their songs. The chorus is very catchy and the keys reminds Toto. The opening riffs in “Faraway” prefigures you for a powerful songs, as it happened. One of the highlight of the record that easily could have been a radio hit. The poppy “Move On” could have been a song for a tv program while “Say Yeah!”  stand out for the great bass line, the rhythm and the surprisingly impressive guitar solo in the middle. Worth a try if you find it…


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