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    Quote Originally Posted by BravadoNJ View Post
    i heard about a deluxe edition here, but i haven't seen anything on Amazon or itunes.
    The deluxe edition (5 extra songs) is being sold on his website and at Targets.

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    Some great insight from Steve on the making of his first single of "No Erasin":




    and Another song from the new album:


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    Thanks for that, Dan Roth!

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    Nice to see Steve in good spirits, and that he seems to be enjoying making new music.

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    I really enjoyed "We're Still Here." His passion comes through in his performance. Glad to know this man is still out there making music.

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    A pretty cool 10-minute promo about the new album.


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    Steve Perry Makes a Warm and Calculated Return to Music

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    I think Steve sounds brilliant and is singing beautifully. The songs on the album are exactly what I would have expected and I think they are pulled off very well. That said, even though I enjoy the album (I pre-ordered the deluxe CD from his website), I don't think any of these songs will ultimately rank in my favorites.

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    i decided to skip this, i'm just not into AOR these days

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    And Steve has dropped a Christmas song:


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    Happy Birthday, Steve. 70 years old today!
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    He's still got the smokey voice, but I'm not a fan of how they produce the songs, that deep snare, everything dripping in reverb. I didn't hear anything thatwas bad, but most sounded like it was in basically one small range (perhaps 2 octaves). Could be wrong but I just listened to the samples. Not much there to get me to buy it. A bit too smarmy for my tastes. We'll se how it all comes out after I can hear more. I think I have also had my fill of AOR
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yodelgoat View Post
    He's still got the smokey voice, but I'm not a fan of how they produce the songs, that deep snare, everything dripping in reverb. I didn't hear anything thatwas bad, but most sounded like it was in basically one small range (perhaps 2 octaves). Could be wrong but I just listened to the samples. Not much there to get me to buy it. A bit too smarmy for my tastes. We'll se how it all comes out after I can hear more. I think I have also had my fill of AOR
    I think we'll find that his sweet spot right now is where one of his idols, Same Cooke, was.
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    Steve Perry is streaming a behind the scenes look at the making of his first official music video in nearly 25 years for the track "Were Still Here". Directed by Myriam Santos, the clip features Perry driving a shiny, black Chevelle SS through the streets of Hollywood and is his first official video as a solo artist since 1994's "Missing You", and his first since Journey's "When You Love A Woman" in 1996.



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