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Tracklist

1 Breaking Stride
2 Crunch
3 Faith
4 Without A Moments Notice
5 Tougher Than It Looks
6 When In Rome
7 Long Gone
8 The Thin Line
9 Question
10 Freedom
11 This Time
12 Last Call

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 764942054728

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Adriangale Crunch ‎(CD, Album) Kivel Records none Canada 2004

Adriangale - Crunch FLAC album

Musician performer: Adriangale

Title: Crunch

Country: Canada

Date of release: 2004

Style: Hard Rock

Genre: Rock

Size FLAC: 1363 mb

Rating: 4.3 / 5

Votes: 409

Other Formats: RA AUD MP1 AAC MP4 MOD AIFF

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Sataxe
2004's Crunch was the third release from melodic rockers AdrianGale. The band, which featured former Guardian vocalist Jamie Rowe, had a great late 80's/early 90's melodic rock sound that was on par with Giant, Mr. Big, Nelson, Von Groove and of course Guardian. There's also a fair resemblance to modern melodic rock masters Harem Scarem.You know the saying "they don't make them like that anymore"? Well, Crunch is proof positive that they do in fact make classic melodic rock albums nowadays. Everything you loved about melodic rock in the late 80's - the huge guitar hooks, killer melodies, powerhouse vocals, and songs that made you feel good - is all here on this album. Jamie Rowe gives another incredible performance here, and his presence alone makes the album worth buying. The songwriting on this album is top-notch as well. "Long Gone", the instrumental "Freedom" and the very Nelson-sounding "Without a Moment's Notice" are my favorites, but aside from the 1-minute introductory track "Breaking Stride" (and even that one has some pretty sweet guitar soloing) there really isn't a weak song on Crunch.Overall, Crunch is another first class melodic rock album from a band that deserved a lot more attention (it's a shame they weren't on Frontiers; that might have helped). If you're a fan of classic and/or modern melodic rock, you should definitely check out what AdrianGale had to offer.
Sataxe
2004's Crunch was the third release from melodic rockers AdrianGale. The band, which featured former Guardian vocalist Jamie Rowe, had a great late 80's/early 90's melodic rock sound that was on par with Giant, Mr. Big, Nelson, Von Groove and of course Guardian. There's also a fair resemblance to modern melodic rock masters Harem Scarem.You know the saying "they don't make them like that anymore"? Well, Crunch is proof positive that they do in fact make classic melodic rock albums nowadays. Everything you loved about melodic rock in the late 80's - the huge guitar hooks, killer melodies, powerhouse vocals, and songs that made you feel good - is all here on this album. Jamie Rowe gives another incredible performance here, and his presence alone makes the album worth buying. The songwriting on this album is top-notch as well. "Long Gone", the instrumental "Freedom" and the very Nelson-sounding "Without a Moment's Notice" are my favorites, but aside from the 1-minute introductory track "Breaking Stride" (and even that one has some pretty sweet guitar soloing) there really isn't a weak song on Crunch.Overall, Crunch is another first class melodic rock album from a band that deserved a lot more attention (it's a shame they weren't on Frontiers; that might have helped). If you're a fan of classic and/or modern melodic rock, you should definitely check out what AdrianGale had to offer.