Excellent Christian melodic aor band who do in fact have 4 cd releases (+1 Japanese issue). A major line-up change after album number one saw ex The Brave vocalist James Salter join the fold for “Ordinary People”. This appeared to have a profound effect as the music stepped up a notch in every direction making this a near classic of the genre. Vocalist James Salter steals the show, with his smooth melodic voice, tender yet powerful with a great tone. The band has some great chops with a aor/fusion type sound like Steve perry’s band. For fans of Toto, Journey, Tyketto, Shy, The Brave, and Europe. A top class release that most people will never hear!!!
The Glitter Band's fourth U.K. album was also the first to be marketed under the band's new name – the G Band, a bid for artistic credibility that unfortunately overlooked one crucial point. It was the missing "litter" that most people liked. But still, ten songs find the band manfully attempting to pursue the likes of Smokie (and the Sweet) into full-on adult rock territory and, if you overlook the group's heritage, much of it works…
Common drugs from previous generations like LSD, mushrooms, cocaine and opiates are still popular, but they've been joined by the likes of MDMA and ecstasy, amphetamines, ketamine, and a massive array of others. According to the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction, 243 new drugs have been reported since 2009. Unfortunately, many festival-goers and other young people alike seem to be oblivious to the invasion of dangerous new drugs, and the ready availability of substance test kits and educational resources from various harm reduction organizations. The film crew documented their findings by filming substance test kit results at music festivals, as well as interviews with harm reduction organizations, law enforcement officials, and distributors of these illicit substances. Needless to say, the film crew quickly discovered that most people were surprised to find that their bag of drugs was not what they paid for.
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