The Take – New Language [1992]

Country USA         

Style AOR

Rating 71/100

Band Members Alan Terrill – Guitars, Backing Vocals, Brian Lee – Drums, Greg Buckley – Keyboards, Backing Vocals, Jeff Chambers – Bass, Backing Vocals, Patrick Julian – Vocals

Tracks 01. Let Me Find My Way, 02. Dreamin’ The Night Away, 03. Can’t You See, 04. Is There Anybody Out There, 05. Woman On Ice (Thin Ice), 06. Falling Asleep At The Wheel, 07. Lady, 08. Mansion In The Sky, 09. Ugly Side Of Town (Drop Your Gun), 10. Eye Of The Storm, 11. Beauty’s In The Heart, 12. Have You Heard The News?

Profile This one’s got it all: big, Skagarack-size keyboards, a soaring, clean vocalist in Patrick Julian who is similar to Max Bacon, the guy from Hybrid Ice or Steve Overland of FM and very handsome production courtesy of Kim Fowley (who produced The Runaways, Steel Breeze and others). This Cincinnati, USA band is easily one of the best indie AOR albums, “Let Me Find My Way” is similar to Surrender, Rescue, The Koo, Shelter, The Cauze. The production and vocals are clean and polished, the songs are right out of an AOR dream.

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