Roman Grey – Edge Of The Shadow [1988]

R-3076273-1314577842Country Canada          

Style Synth-pop/Melodic Rock

Rating 82/100

Band Members John Lechasseur [aka Jean Baptiste] – Drums, David Grey – Vocals,keyboards, Randy Lippai – 12 string guitar, Ross Roman – Bass,keyboards, Don Zablotny – Guitar

Tracks 01. Shangri-La (4:38), 02. Minute To Midnight (3:53), 03. Ain’t It A Shame (3:33), 04. All In Time (4:02), 05. Without Your Love (3:14), 06. The Cafe Noir (3:36), 07. Jade (Feel The Fire) (4:14), 08. Give Me Your Love (3:51), 09. Justine (3:19), 10. IBU (3:26), 11. Round And Round (3:51), 12. Goodbye (3:01)

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Profile Roman Grey was a Canadian band from the 1980s. Formed in 1982 by Ross Roman and David Grey, their first self-titled EP release on Relativity Records became a No. 1 hit in Italy. The band found success in Canada with their 1988 album Edge of the Shadow, produced by Terry Brown (of Rush fame). This is keyboard-driven melodic rock of the highest order, comparable to BLVD, Eye Eye and Eight Seconds. Features the infectious hit single, “Shangri-La” as well as the follow-up “IBU”. Great summertime AOR is just a bid away- good luck!

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