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The One

Arctic Rain

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1.1
Love of My Life
Arctic Rain
4:15
1.2
Lost
Arctic Rain
4:01
1.3
Friends
Arctic Rain
4:09
1.4
Night After Night
Arctic Rain
4:34
1.5
Free My Mind
Arctic Rain
4:25
1.6
Give Me All of Your Love
Arctic Rain
3:59
1.7
Lift Me Up
Arctic Rain
2:58
1.8
The One
Arctic Rain
4:09
1.9
Breakout
Arctic Rain
4:26
1.10
Madeleine
Arctic Rain
2:54
1.11
Take Me to Your Heart
Arctic Rain
4:38
Total Playing Time    44:28
Arctic Rain is, quite simply, a new melodic rock sensation from Sweden. The band is a result of the collaboration between songwriter/keyboardist Pete Alpenborg, guitarist Magnus Berglund, and singer Tobias Jonsson. Later on, bassist Gert Daun and drummer Jonas Jönsson joined forces with Arctic Rain for the recording of their debut album, The One. The aim for the band was to write songs with strong melodic rock vibes based around the type of tasteful instrumental harmonies typical for a lot of bands in the '80s and '90s. A revival of sorts, but with a modern touch, both melodically and for the overall sound.
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