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New album from the AOR legend.

Stan Bush is back with a brand new studio album his eleventh, which he has named ‘Dream The Dream’, and I know that when we get to review new CD’s, we reviewers usually write stuff like - this is his/her/their best album in years etc, well guess what that’s exactly what this new album from Stan Bush is. This new release you see is one of the best albums in the Stan’s long career and maybe in my opinion his best ever and I’ll tell you why I think that. It’s because each of the songs bar one (more of which later), is an uplifting, heart warming, infectious, fun track that makes no bones about being AOR, in fact the tracks glorify in the fact that they are AOR songs and to tell you the truth whilst listening to them I had a silly grin on my face and found the tracks to be down right fun to listen to. Which I’m sad to say seems to be missing from a lot of other AOR releases these days, maybe they can use these songs as an AOR blueprint from now on.

Does the album though break new ground in any way? No it doesn’t, but what it does do is make you feel good, which I suppose is what music is all about, the way it makes you feel as you listen to it. With ‘Dream The Dream’ Stan and his regular cohorts Holger Fath, Matt Laug and Matt Bissonette have recorded what can only be described as an AOR master class, which will have the pink and fluffy (copyright Derek Oliver) brigade doing cartwheels as they listen to it, believe me when I say it has everything a member of the AOR Mafia could want. Yet what of the song I mentioned earlier the one that strays from the AOR path? Well it’s none other that Stan’s most famous song ‘The Touch’ which has been renamed ‘Sam’s Theme‘, and is so different from the original that it is almost a brand new song. The track is now full of down tuned guitars and weird arrangements yet in essence it still is ‘The Touch’, and what Stan and the guys have done to it is nothing short of genius (wait until you hear it).

Now you might have guessed that I quite like this album, which when you get to hear it for yourselves will come as no surprise at all. AOR album of 2010??? No, no questions marks, the answer is a resounding yes.

Ian Johnson

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Recorded in Sherman Oaks just six miles away from where I live—and released on the same day as the debut live performance in Studio City just a few miles away featuring my own band, Stan Bush teamed up with long-time partner Holger Fath and legendary bassist Matt Bissonette to record “Dream the Dream.” This is an album that if you like John Waite, or classic Foreigner, will certainly not fail to delight. Bush is a master at songs designed to inspire images of overcoming obstacles, fighting for love, and being victorious. While the exterior artwork might not be much to look at, I appreciated not only the great imagery in the booklet to accompany the CD, but also the cool photos of the man himself, Stan Bush.

My favorite song on the CD was “More than a Miracle,” because unlike the other tracks, it’s really peppy and energetic with catchy vocals, and intense composition. My second favorite would have to be “Love is the Road,” because the chorus is so emotional, inspirational and hopeful. “Two Hearts” is another song just like that, although it seemed a bit melodically disjointed to me, a common issue I had with the majority of the material on this album. For example, I loved “I’m Still Here” but it really sounded like two songs that were cut and pasted together that only had the tempo in common, which is too bad—because this one got a lot of spins in the car when I finally listened to it. My favorite thing about this album is that it did open with a very strong track: “Never Hold Back.” It is so inspirational, and it makes you feel good to listen to it, no matter what mood you’re in.

“Sam’s Theme (The Touch)” was quite clearly an attempt to get onto the soundtrack of the 2007 “Transformers” movie and that’s unfortunate because it sounds truly awful. The only thing worse than today’s American rock bands is when someone from the 1980s-era tries to go for that sound (like on any album Warrant recorded after 1990). I’m sorry that track got on this CD because it is hardly representative of Stan Bush—not his tone, not his vocal style, his songwriting style, or anything else. It should have been a bonus track included as a free download to better promote the record. The other issue is that I think I would have produced this album much differently. “In My Life” is the only song that had drum tracks that sounded the way they should have for the whole album—grand and full of tone. In fact, I would have ended the album with that song instead of “Sam’s Theme.”

“The Touch” and “You’ve Got the Power” on the soundtracks of The Transformers: The Movies and Sailor Moon are Stan Bush’s claim to fame—just follow him on Twitter and Facebook. As it turns out, he has been a prolific AOR rock recording artist, dating back to 1983 on CBS Records, which is not news to anyone who’s into melodic rock. What probably is, is the fact that Stan continues to write and record new music and even his most lackluster tracks sound better than anything I’ll hear on FM radio here in Los Angeles.
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Though lacking in some areas, it wins with vocal heroics and catchy arrangements.

Recorded in Sherman Oaks just six miles away from where I live—and released on the same day as the debut live performance in Studio City just a few miles away featuring my own band, Stan Bush teamed up with long-time partner Holger Fath and legendary bassist Matt Bissonette to record “Dream the Dream.” This is an album that if you like John Waite, or classic Foreigner, will certainly not fail to delight. Bush is a master at songs designed to inspire images of overcoming obstacles, fighting for love, and being victorious. While the exterior artwork might not be much to look at, I appreciated not only the great imagery in the booklet to accompany the CD, but also the cool photos of the man himself, Stan Bush.

My favorite song on the CD was “More than a Miracle,” because unlike the other tracks, it’s really peppy and energetic with catchy vocals, and intense composition. My second favorite would have to be “Love is the Road,” because the chorus is so emotional, inspirational and hopeful. “Two Hearts” is another song just like that, although it seemed a bit melodically disjointed to me, a common issue I had with the majority of the material on this album. For example, I loved “I’m Still Here” but it really sounded like two songs that were cut and pasted together that only had the tempo in common, which is too bad—because this one got a lot of spins in the car when I finally listened to it. My favorite thing about this album is that it did open with a very strong track: “Never Hold Back.” It is so inspirational, and it makes you feel good to listen to it, no matter what mood you’re in.

“Sam’s Theme (The Touch)” was quite clearly an attempt to get onto the soundtrack of the 2007 “Transformers” movie and that’s unfortunate because it sounds truly awful. The only thing worse than today’s American rock bands is when someone from the 1980s-era tries to go for that sound (like on any album Warrant recorded after 1990). I’m sorry that track got on this CD because it is hardly representative of Stan Bush—not his tone, not his vocal style, his songwriting style, or anything else. It should have been a bonus track included as a free download to better promote the record. The other issue is that I think I would have produced this album much differently. “In My Life” is the only song that had drum tracks that sounded the way they should have for the whole album—grand and full of tone. In fact, I would have ended the album with that song instead of “Sam’s Theme.”

“The Touch” and “You’ve Got the Power” on the soundtracks of The Transformers: The Movies and Sailor Moon are Stan Bush’s claim to fame—just follow him on Twitter and Facebook. As it turns out, he has been a prolific AOR rock recording artist, dating back to 1983 on CBS Records, which is not news to anyone who’s into melodic rock. What probably is, is the fact that Stan continues to write and record new music and even his most lackluster tracks sound better than anything I’ll hear on FM radio here in Los Angeles.

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Stan Bush - Dream The Dream

(Frontiers Records)

Review By Woody

Dream the Dream is the 11th studio album from AOR legend Stan Bush, and the follow up to his critically acclaimed 2007 album In This Life. The American song writer is probably best known for his contributions to film and TV. He has a cult following for his contributions to the 86 children’s film Transformers, namely “The Touch” & “Dare” and he makes regular appearances at Transformers conventions all over the world. He’s also contributed to films like Jean Claude Van Damme’s “Blood sport” & “Kick boxer”. To those of us who call ourselves AOR anoraks, Stan is more than that though! He is considered one of the most prolific musicians within the genre and is one of the mostly highly regarded songwriters in the biz. Personally there are not many I’d name above him as one the genre’s greatest songwriters.

Stan is joined on this album again by the ultra talented Holger Fath on guitars and keyboards who also produces the album. Matt Bissonette (Bass) and Matt Laug (Drums) provide the rhythm section and the album is mixed and mastered by Michael Blum. Bush has a couple of outside co-write’s on the album including Bobby Barth (Axe/ Blackfoot) & Curt Cuomo (Kiss / Eddie Money).

Dream The Dream is a fantastic album, perhaps not as good as Stan’s previous album “In This Life”. That was always going to be a hard task for me personally as I see “In This Life” as Stan’s greatest collection of songs ever, I know that may make some AOR purists shake their heads as I know many consider his work in the 80’s especially with the Barrage band as his finest work. To be honest I think Stan’s gone from strength to strength over the years, his song writing and his personal style has all matured and improved with every album, I far prefer Bush 2010 style than Bush 86 style. This album isn’t a direct descendent of In This Life, and is perhaps not as deep but not in a major way as his song writing and lyrics hold up just a strongly again here. I think the difference this time is the album is more pointedly aimed at the Melodic Rock fan base and so take’s elements of Bush’s more modern singer songwriter style of his past couple of albums and coupled it with the commercial sound so familiar in the genre’s heyday. A lot of a band’s are doing this nowadays and it’s a good move, it’s not overly retro and has a modern touch without alienating genre fans but also having enough about it to hopefully attract new fans.

The album has everything you need to make a killer melodic rock record, big choruses, hook filled harmonies, catchy melodies and a great upbeat vibe that’ll have you pressing the repeat button! Bush’s distinctive vocals are another strong selling point offering power and emotion whilst carving out some strong vocal melodies. Holger Fath is also very important to the whole album with his excellent keyboard work whether it be subtle or upfront gives this album that touch that to me is essential to music within this genre. Also with this album more so than the last I’ve become a fan of Fath’s guitar work, he creates some really cool memorable riff’s, but a lot of the time it’s the more subtle guitar work which really highlights his talents and brings out some great moments throughout the album. This is an instant album and if it doesn’t grab you by the scruff of the neck on first play, you’ll probably never get it or enjoy it. This isn’t an album you have to work on, spin a few times to “get” or find the hidden strengths, this is an album that’s meant to be enjoyed effortlessly so crack the beers open and clear your throat and ROCK!

The album starts with the brash summery vibe of “Never Hold Back” a sing along tune with a great guitar riff. A great opening track that hit’s the spot instantly. “I’m Still Here” has some wonderful harmonies on the chorus which really bring’s out the best in the song as well as some wonderful guitar work from Holger Fath. A memorable and instant song full of hooks. “Don’t Give Up On Love” has a fantastic smooth chorus coupled with some more great guitar work. Bush’s distinctive vocals are very strong on this one and this is the first song on the album to get unshakeably stuck in my head.

“Two Hearts” has everything it needs to be a classic AOR rocker, hook laden guitars and an awesome chorus. A song that makes the hairs on the back of my neck stand up, this song makes a real impact. Be warned you’ll be pressing repeat on this one. “In My Life” is a big ballad, very reminiscent of 80’s AOR ballads. Rocker “Love Is the Road” is catchy as hell with a driving instant guitar riff and a pounding rhythm section gives the song some real punch. You’ll find yourself singing along to this feel good summer tune - I really like the lyrics on this one.

“If This Is All There Is” has a big chorus with some excellent harmonies, strong vocals from Bush again and some more of that hook filled guitar work. “Dream the Dream” is a mid-tempo ballad which has a really strong chorus. A Song which grabs your attention immediately. I definitely think this will be a winner with established fans. “More Than A Miracle” isn’t the strongest moment on the album for me purely because it’s not as instant as the other songs. That said it’s still a decent song with a solid chorus with good vocals and musicianship.

“Your Time” has a modern slant and is most similar in style to Bush’s recent output. This modern tinge really works and proves Bush is far from a retro act. With some memorable melodies and a big chorus it’s sure to be a fan favourite. “All That I Am” has some great keyboards and strong guitars from Fath again. Bush’s vocals really shine on this chorus and he delivers some great memorable melodies. “Sam’s Theme (The Touch)” was a song Bush had submitted to be included on the recent Transformers 2 soundtrack and is a remixed version of his song “The Touch” which featured prominently in the original animated Transformers movie (back when I was just a wee boy and girl’s were yucky….well except for the ginger ones…. ). The song is barely recognisable and is far removed from the original not just darker and heavier but modern and metallic too. This version is bound to divide opinion.

This is Melodic Rock/AOR fan boy’s wet dream of an album, delivering instant gratification with big sing along choruses. Bush’s distinctive emotion fuelled vocals coupled with excellent musicianship drive this album to the top of the pile, and it stand’s out in the crowd of recent releases in the genre. Excellent song writing and lyrics mixed with some of the greatest songs Bush has ever crafted, will not just have established Bush fan’s (ooo err missus!) salivating but will surely draw new fans to his unique brand of modern AOR. Amongst the PR for this release is a statement that Stan plan’s to tour this album in Europe, here’s hoping for some UK dates (got my fingers crossed for a midlands date!)…..hell I’d travel to see Stan…you’ll not hear me say that very often….THAT’S how good this guy is!

Track Listing: Never Hold Back / I’m Still Here / Don’t Give Up on Love / Two Hearts / In My Life / Love Is The Road / If This Is All There Is / Dream The Dream / More Than A Miracle / Your Time / All That I Am / Sam’s Theme (The Touch)

Album Rating: 5/5

Woody's Essential Track: Love Is The Road
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Reviewed by Woody September 30, 2010
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Stan Bush - "Dream The Dream"

Stan Bush - Dream The Dream

(Frontiers Records)

Review By Woody

Dream the Dream is the 11th studio album from AOR legend Stan Bush, and the follow up to his critically acclaimed 2007 album In This Life. The American song writer is probably best known for his contributions to film and TV. He has a cult following for his contributions to the 86 children’s film Transformers, namely “The Touch” & “Dare” and he makes regular appearances at Transformers conventions all over the world. He’s also contributed to films like Jean Claude Van Damme’s “Blood sport” & “Kick boxer”. To those of us who call ourselves AOR anoraks, Stan is more than that though! He is considered one of the most prolific musicians within the genre and is one of the mostly highly regarded songwriters in the biz. Personally there are not many I’d name above him as one the genre’s greatest songwriters.

Stan is joined on this album again by the ultra talented Holger Fath on guitars and keyboards who also produces the album. Matt Bissonette (Bass) and Matt Laug (Drums) provide the rhythm section and the album is mixed and mastered by Michael Blum. Bush has a couple of outside co-write’s on the album including Bobby Barth (Axe/ Blackfoot) & Curt Cuomo (Kiss / Eddie Money).

Dream The Dream is a fantastic album, perhaps not as good as Stan’s previous album “In This Life”. That was always going to be a hard task for me personally as I see “In This Life” as Stan’s greatest collection of songs ever, I know that may make some AOR purists shake their heads as I know many consider his work in the 80’s especially with the Barrage band as his finest work. To be honest I think Stan’s gone from strength to strength over the years, his song writing and his personal style has all matured and improved with every album, I far prefer Bush 2010 style than Bush 86 style. This album isn’t a direct descendent of In This Life, and is perhaps not as deep but not in a major way as his song writing and lyrics hold up just a strongly again here. I think the difference this time is the album is more pointedly aimed at the Melodic Rock fan base and so take’s elements of Bush’s more modern singer songwriter style of his past couple of albums and coupled it with the commercial sound so familiar in the genre’s heyday. A lot of a band’s are doing this nowadays and it’s a good move, it’s not overly retro and has a modern touch without alienating genre fans but also having enough about it to hopefully attract new fans.

The album has everything you need to make a killer melodic rock record, big choruses, hook filled harmonies, catchy melodies and a great upbeat vibe that’ll have you pressing the repeat button! Bush’s distinctive vocals are another strong selling point offering power and emotion whilst carving out some strong vocal melodies. Holger Fath is also very important to the whole album with his excellent keyboard work whether it be subtle or upfront gives this album that touch that to me is essential to music within this genre. Also with this album more so than the last I’ve become a fan of Fath’s guitar work, he creates some really cool memorable riff’s, but a lot of the time it’s the more subtle guitar work which really highlights his talents and brings out some great moments throughout the album. This is an instant album and if it doesn’t grab you by the scruff of the neck on first play, you’ll probably never get it or enjoy it. This isn’t an album you have to work on, spin a few times to “get” or find the hidden strengths, this is an album that’s meant to be enjoyed effortlessly so crack the beers open and clear your throat and ROCK!

The album starts with the brash summery vibe of “Never Hold Back” a sing along tune with a great guitar riff. A great opening track that hit’s the spot instantly. “I’m Still Here” has some wonderful harmonies on the chorus which really bring’s out the best in the song as well as some wonderful guitar work from Holger Fath. A memorable and instant song full of hooks. “Don’t Give Up On Love” has a fantastic smooth chorus coupled with some more great guitar work. Bush’s distinctive vocals are very strong on this one and this is the first song on the album to get unshakeably stuck in my head.

“Two Hearts” has everything it needs to be a classic AOR rocker, hook laden guitars and an awesome chorus. A song that makes the hairs on the back of my neck stand up, this song makes a real impact. Be warned you’ll be pressing repeat on this one. “In My Life” is a big ballad, very reminiscent of 80’s AOR ballads. Rocker “Love Is the Road” is catchy as hell with a driving instant guitar riff and a pounding rhythm section gives the song some real punch. You’ll find yourself singing along to this feel good summer tune - I really like the lyrics on this one.

“If This Is All There Is” has a big chorus with some excellent harmonies, strong vocals from Bush again and some more of that hook filled guitar work. “Dream the Dream” is a mid-tempo ballad which has a really strong chorus. A Song which grabs your attention immediately. I definitely think this will be a winner with established fans. “More Than A Miracle” isn’t the strongest moment on the album for me purely because it’s not as instant as the other songs. That said it’s still a decent song with a solid chorus with good vocals and musicianship.

“Your Time” has a modern slant and is most similar in style to Bush’s recent output. This modern tinge really works and proves Bush is far from a retro act. With some memorable melodies and a big chorus it’s sure to be a fan favourite. “All That I Am” has some great keyboards and strong guitars from Fath again. Bush’s vocals really shine on this chorus and he delivers some great memorable melodies. “Sam’s Theme (The Touch)” was a song Bush had submitted to be included on the recent Transformers 2 soundtrack and is a remixed version of his song “The Touch” which featured prominently in the original animated Transformers movie (back when I was just a wee boy and girl’s were yucky….well except for the ginger ones…. ). The song is barely recognisable and is far removed from the original not just darker and heavier but modern and metallic too. This version is bound to divide opinion.

This is Melodic Rock/AOR fan boy’s wet dream of an album, delivering instant gratification with big sing along choruses. Bush’s distinctive emotion fuelled vocals coupled with excellent musicianship drive this album to the top of the pile, and it stand’s out in the crowd of recent releases in the genre. Excellent song writing and lyrics mixed with some of the greatest songs Bush has ever crafted, will not just have established Bush fan’s (ooo err missus!) salivating but will surely draw new fans to his unique brand of modern AOR. Amongst the PR for this release is a statement that Stan plan’s to tour this album in Europe, here’s hoping for some UK dates (got my fingers crossed for a midlands date!)…..hell I’d travel to see Stan…you’ll not hear me say that very often….THAT’S how good this guy is!

Track Listing: Never Hold Back / I’m Still Here / Don’t Give Up on Love / Two Hearts / In My Life / Love Is The Road / If This Is All There Is / Dream The Dream / More Than A Miracle / Your Time / All That I Am / Sam’s Theme (The Touch)

Album Rating: 5/5

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