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Studio Album, released in 2012

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Love Explosion (4:07)
2. Save Me From Myself (3:07)
3. Rise Above the Clouds (3:37)
4. Radiant Future Days (5:27)
5. Hearts on Fire (7:27)
6. Breaking Out of This Cage (4:17)
7. Not of This World (4:17)
8. New Creation (6:17)
9. Miracle Mile (3:07)
10. Best Is Yet to Come (3:57)
11. Street Called Straight (5:17)
13. Love Is Alive (2:17)

Total time 53:24

Line-up / Musicians

- Jeremy Morris / vocals, guitars, bass, Mellotron, keyboards

- Allison Gruner / cello
- Todd Borsch / bass
- Dave Dietrich / drums

Releases information

CD Rock Indiana (2012, US)

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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars US composer and musician JEREMY is one of the more productive artists I have encountered over the years. With dozens of solo albums and a plethora of side projects of various kinds he tends to release or participate on several releases each and every year. "Love Explosion" dates back to 2012, and was released on the Spanish label Rock Indiana.

"Love Explosion" is an album of two halves and the odd one out, the first half staying put in a psychedelic rock and power pop oriented landscape and concluding with a garage rock inspired creation, while the second one transports us to landscapes with something more of a classic pop-rock oriented expression. Well made and well performed throughout, and I'd suspect that those who enjoy the likes of The Beatles, Electric Light Orchestra and Tom Petty should be something of a key audience, especially those who like all three of those.

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