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Another masterpiece from Hardline!

Hardline's fantastic third album. Great melodies and superb vocals makes this a must for all fans of melodic rock!

Not quite the old Hardline, but still Good.

Unlike the fun party Rock of 'Double Eclipse', this album is a little more melodic and emotional. For example; 'Start Again' (one of my favorites on this album), 'Bittersweet' and 'In This Moment' are mid-tempo songs. However most of the songs are so well-written and moving that you'll hardly care that they don't have the old Hardline vibe. If you're a fan of Hardline, Leaving The End Open is probably the most polished and mature Hardline album to date.

Fantastic album

Beautifully crafted songs and production


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

Guitar gunner Neal Schon played as a teen with Santana. Then, he founded Journey and rode their radio wave while still reaching out to Jan Hammer and Sammy Hagar for creative freedom and chop flexing. In the late '80s, he joined Bad English, where singer John Waite and fellow Journey keyboardist Jonathan Cain (both ex-Babys) refined Schon's hammer-down tendencies in a pop direction. He finally got what he wanted with the hair unit Hardline: Bad English drummer Deen Castronovo drafted lifelong pal...
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Leaving the End Open, Hardline
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  • £4.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 28 April 2009

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