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Voice of Reason (Harem Scarem album)

Voice of Reason
Studio album by Harem Scarem
Released September 25, 1995[1]
Recorded Phase One Studios, Toronto, Canada and Hope Sound, 1995
Genre Hard rock
Length 51:52[1]
Label WEA
Producer Harry Hess and Pete Lesperance
Harem Scarem chronology
Live and Acoustic
(1994)
Voice of Reason
(1995)
Live in Japan
(1996)
Singles from Voice of Reason
  1. "Blue"
    Released: 1995 (promo only)

Voice of Reason is a 1995 album by the Canadian hard rock band Harem Scarem. "Blue" was released as a promotional single and there was a music video for it. After this album was released, bass player Mike Gionet was replaced with Barry Donaghy.

Track listing

All songs written and composed by Harry Hess and Pete Lesperance, except where noted. 
No. Title Length
1. "Voice of Reason"   4:17
2. "Blue"   4:48
3. "Warming a Frozen Rose"   5:54
4. "Let It Go"   4:40
5. "And That's All"   4:29
6. "Breathing Sand" (Hess) 4:46
7. "Candle"   4:56
8. "The Paint Thins"   4:36
9. "I'll Be Brief"   3:51
10. "Untouched"   4:33
11. "Necessary Evil" (Hess, Lesperance, Christopher Ward) 5:02

Personnel

References

  1. ^ a b haremscarem.net
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