Steamtrain – On the Move [1994]

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Country Switzerland          

Style Melodic Rock/AOR

Rating 83/100

Band Members George Eichmann – Vocals,keyboards, Zlatko Perica – Guitars, Roland Sumi  – Bass, Michel Koch – Guitar, Uschy Sumi – Vocals, Helen Pringle – Vocals, Laurent Wirz – Drums

Tracks 01. Boulevard Of Broken Dreams (5:06), 02. Give A Little Love (4:45), 03. Rumours In The Air (4:50), 04. Rainy Days (3:34), 05. Grandpa’s Chair (5:47), 06. Forever Tonight (4:39), 07. Home Sweet Home (3:12), 08. Spread Your Wings (4:01), 09. Intergalactic Puke (2:51), 10. Summerwinds (5:46)

Profile Great melodic rock album that was basically the duo of session musician George Eichmann (Amen) and ex Tangerine Dream guitarist Zlatko Perica. Here we are dealing here with a soft AOR album to do, the tremendous heights but also some low points. The opener “Boulevard of Broken Dream” skin really nobody around, but you have to admit without a doubt the “Give Me a Little Love” is quite a catchy. Gerockt is set to “Move on it” unlikely, but it continues with “Rumors on the Air” a halfway passable low tempo AOR song.

The sound of “Steam Train” will, of course, reinforced with thick keyboards, there are of course many of the melodic rock fans something to stand. “Rainy Days”, you can reasonably let them kill, I would not, however, for this track. “George Eichmann” sounds to me like Einbisschen “Steve Thompson” but I like this a lot better. The best thing about “Move on it” are in my eyes, the ballads, with “Grandpa’s Chair” they present us with a very soulful song is incredibly good ear set.

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