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  • Where Is The Music
  • Better Than Ever
  • Wouldn't It Be Good
  • Lovelight
  • Come Dance With Me
  • This Is Love, This Is Real
  • Ball and Chain
  • All At Once
  • Seen The Way You Look At Me
  • Man of a Thousand Dreams
  • Brother
  • WPLJ (Bonus Track)
  • If You Were My Girl (Bonus Track)
Forget about trends, being too cool for the room and the flavor of the month. Forget about grunge and angst and out of tune guitars. Duncan Faure has delivered an album that will make you remember why you fell in love with rock and roll in the first place.

Duncan Faure is a multi-talented, multi-instrumentalist (all guitars, piano and vocals) who just happens to write some of the catchiest melodies since Lennon/McCartney and can sing his ass off to boot!

The album opens with "Where Is The Music" a sparsely produced, two and a half minute rave up that has already topped the South African charts in it's original life as a 1982 single by the Faure led trio "Karu". "Better Than Ever" is the first track to be offered up to radio. After one listen, you'll know why. Uptempo and instantly hummable, you can hear the smile in Faure's delivery in this song that could easily have been Badfinger's follow-up to "Baby Blue" or the theme to any top rated 70's sitcom. The positive message in the lyrics shines through. Other highlights include the Elton like ballad "Seen The Way You Look At Me", The neo-psychedelic "This is Love, This Is Real", and the Beatlesque "Way That I Like It".

From top to bottom this album is loaded with straight ahead pop, hook heavy songs that are an infectious breath of fresh air in these oh-so-serious times. What a way to end a decade. Bravo! - Samuel Glinn, Rockpress Intl.

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