White on Blue

Label
Sony
Running length
10 tracks
Running time
56:05

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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 The Day the Music Died 7:32 1,401
2 Did You Really? 5:40 1,186
3 Vanity Fair 5:02 1,060
4 Flying 5:55 1,027
5 A Deeper Shade of Love 4:22 1,105
6 Thorns of Life 5:00 1,004
7 Loving Eyes 6:32 1,885
8 Time 5:29 894
9 Don't Really Matter 4:52 831
10 You 5:41 907

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  • ShInIGameR

    Щито происходит? Где тут что? Я запутался... А где этот шведский кроссфэйд?

    21 Mar 2012 Reply
  • Wawanee

    Modish25 is right. White on blue is the very strong debut album from swedish AOR band Crossfade. I really like Göran Edmans vocals. The musicians are mainly from sweden, some session musicians or from A-ha's tour band. The foundation of their music is pure AOR with a strong touch of westcoast. You might also hear influences from bands like Toto, Mr. Mister and Chicago. And if you like swedish AOR like from Tommy Denander (Radioactive, Prisoner, Fredriksen/Denander,...), Street Talk (Göran's band); Elvener, Land Of Tales, Art Of Work (to name some) you gonna love this :)

    7 Feb 2009 Reply
  • Modish25

    It's true this isn't the Crossfade you wanted to hear. I really like Crossfade that have made the White on Blue record and i was first searching for that band and was really surprised that there were two bands with the same name. I don't know which band that was first, but the "unreal", swedish Crossfade I think is a lot better. I don't often like the swedish music but this is really good with some of the countrys greatest musicians.

    20 Jan 2009 Reply
  • Lord_Vivec

    wiki says that crossfade will release new album in 2008

    7 Oct 2007 Reply
  • mongoosepoop

    lol this isnt crossfade! why would they use a name for a song like 'the day the music died'? they will never die!! first album rocked x

    23 Mar 2007 Reply
  • Opacity0fLight

    this isn't the same crossfade, but crossfade does have a new album called falling away with the single invincible

    5 Dec 2006 Reply
  • cheesesoda

    On Amazon.com, it says that this band is Swedish. The Crossfade we know is American, so I'm guessing that this is an entirely different band. I only know of 2 label releases by Crossfade and their self-released album Cold.

    20 Oct 2006 Reply
  • WesleyWex

    Is this really Crossfade? It sounds anything but!

    17 Jun 2006 Reply

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