Fingerprints – Time Is All We Need [1989]

FINGERPRINTS_TIAWNCountry Sweden          Style AOR

Rating 84/100

Band Members
Bjorn Strom – Vocals,guitars, Thomas Axelsson – Bass, Jorgen Ingestrom Keyboards

Additional Musicians
Joan Franzon – Drums on tracks 1,2,3,4,8, 9, Lasse Wellander – Guitars on tracks 1,2,3, 8, Patric Lindell – Guitars on tracks 5, 9, Svein Dan Hauge – Guitars on track 7, Rolf Graf (LAVA) – Keyboards and programming track 7, Frank Adahl & Tommy Nilsson – Backing vocals on track 7

01. Time Is All We Need (4:12), 02. More Than You Know (3:47), 03. I Want You (5:15), 04. On The Run (3:53), 05. Don’t You Wanna (3:52), 06. Angel (3:49), 07. Make My Day (4:18), 08. Where Were You Last Night (3:56), 09. You’re Gonna Be Sorry (3:31), 10. Stay The Night (4:52), 11. Mitt Ibland Anglar (Among Angels) (2:58), 12. Nu Star Jag Har (Here Is Where I Am) (4:23), 13. Stjarnfall (Falling Star) (4:24)

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Profile Sweden band who had enjoyed good airplay in scandinavia and some european countries at the end of the eighties. A mix of Lite AOR / Westcoast / pop for a good measure. The overall sound is light and radio-friendly, with sticky choruses and excellent production.

Many tunes are definitely adult pop, sweet to the ears. But there’s some gems like ‘Stay The Night’, gorgeous AORish, awesome track. Other pearls: ‘On The Run’, like a good Michael Bolton song, ‘I Want You’ a very classy ballad, or the title track, featuring very nice keys and a sing-along chorus. I don’t like the last ones sung in swedish, except the version of ‘Time Is All We Need’ (Stjaernfall). STROM & AXELSSON later would become the duo WEST OF SUNSET, another good project. Rare and recommended…


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Fingerprints - Time Is All We Need [1989], 9.0 out of 10 based on 3 ratings
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