Band Members Gregg Potter – Drums, Jon Brant – Bass, Kristin Massey – Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar, Keyboards, Robert Haas – Guitars, Keyboards, Synclavier, Backing Vocals
Tracks 01. All Is Forgiven (4:01), 02. One Good Lover (3:53), 03. Don’t Let Go (4:15), 04. Master Of The Land (4:00), 05. Stand Up (4:25), 06. Good Kid (4:41), 07. How Dare A Woman (4:40), 08. Rock-A-Bye (4:01), 09. Love Shut Down (3:21), 10. So Far Away (4:16)
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Profile 1989’s All is Forgiven was the debut album by the band Siren (briefly known as Red Siren). Originally from USA representing the band a good sensual voice with strong orientation to melodic hard rock that even confused me with the band Saraya, although the voice is very similar and even the melodies, but do not compare each album has its own style and in this album feature a lot of good posts Riffs that give that extra touch sensitive.
This album is good in all there are issues you away but worth having, very melodic way too quiet would say, who likes this kind of sound you embark on these seas and see the fruits …. it evolves passing issues. One issue to recommend is “Stan Up” a topic with some good pop melodies hidden but I like too much, the voice with those riffs are espectaculares.No background left behind the theme that attracted me to listen to this album “How Dare A Woman “sophisticated melodies and beautiful voice of Kristin Massey.