Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Published on Nov 26, 2011
Truth In A Structured Form ARS' first album in 8 years was something different. While they had developed a consistent sound through the 70s and early 80s, this album seemed to draw more on the musical sounds and production styles of the late 80s. Big beats propel most every song and there's a sharper, synthesized sound that doesn't showcase ARS' music to its best effect. All the songs except one were written by Buddy Buie and Ronnie Hammond, another change from previous approaches. And a new guitarist, bass player and drummer also made their first appearance with ARS on this album. While there are few who would claim this as among ARS' best work, the band was back in business and the album has it's share of musical moments. It's opens with a couple of powerful uptempo songs, Awesome Love and Listen to the Wind. Other standouts include I Want You Here With Me, Neon Street, and the powerful How Much Love is Enough.
1 Awesome Love 3:59 2 Listen to the Wind 3:48 3 I Want You Here With Me 5:17 4 Every Little Bit Hurts 3:56 5 What Happened to Us 4:30 6 Neon Street 4:35 7 One Way Town 4:32 8 I'm Not the Only One 4:53 9 I'm Going Back 3:53 10 How Much Love is Enough 3:44 11 Don't Get Me Started 4:47
Ronnie Hammond Vocals Barry Bailey Guitar (Electric) Sean Burke Drums Dean Daughtry Keyboards J.E. Garnett Bass (Electric) Steve Stone - Guitar (Electric)