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World In Your Eyes

World In Your Eyes

30 Jan 2005

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  • Original Release Date: 1 Oct 2002
  • Label: Robert Fleischman
  • Copyright: 2002 Robert Fleischman
  • Total Length: 45:01
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  • ASIN: B001GQCBOU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 337,284 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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ROBERT HAS GONE BACK TO HIS DAYS IN JOURNEY WITH THIS ALBUM. FROM THE OPENING TRACK 'WORLD IN YOUR EYES ' COULD HAVE BEEN AN OPENER FOR JOURNEY AND FROM THERE THE ALBUM SIMPLY ROCKS, WITH SOME GREAT GUITAR WORKS FROM JOSH RAMOS WHO SOUNDS SO LIKE NEIL SCHON. ANYONE WHO HAS HEARD ROBERT SING THE ORIGINAL TRACK 'WHEEL IN THE SKY 'FROM 'INFINITY ' WHEN IN JOURNEY HE IS STILL GOT THAT WEST COAST FEEL TO HIS MUSIC. THIS IS A VERY GOOD CD, ESPECIALLY IF YOU ARE A JOURNEY FAN.
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I purchased this CD and received the Auto-Rip for free. A few weeks after ordering I was informed the CD was no longer available but as I had the Auto-Rip I will be charged £3.49. As I don't think the quality is as good as a CD then it is completely wrong to charge me so much.
I could download this from iTunes for at a much higher quality for about the same amount. NOT HAPPY!

Saying that though, the album is good and gives you a feel of what Journey might have sounded like if they did not met Steve Perry.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
It's been way too long! 22 Jun 2003
By "carlos@tatteredcover.com" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I've been a fan of Robert Fleischman ever since I first heard him on w/ Vinnie Vincent Invasion. I later found out that he was the singer for Journey before Steve Perry. I often wonder what Journey would have sounded like had Robert stayed w/ the band. Alas, this wasn't to be but Perry's voice was perfect for Journey so no regrets. I'm on my second listen even as I write this review (purchased from Amazon.com), and am enjoying it quite a bit. I'd read a review on a music news site which stated that it was a good album but was missing all those high notes that Fleischman is so well known for... well true as this statement may be, it does'nt take away from the overall sound of the disc. Robert's become more of a song writer since he recorded w/ the Vinnie Vincent Invasion back in the mid '80s and his growth is well deminstrated on this his 2nd solo effort... although he's always been an excellent song writer... just check out some of the material he wrote w/ Journey, which was then sung by Steve Perry on his first record w/ the band.
High points:
The albums opener, the excellent title track "World In Your Eyes", I love the way he sings the chorus on this track.
The second track, "Heaven To Me" gives a good picture of what Journey w/ Fleischman just might have sounded like... guitarist Josh Ramos Does a pretty good Neil Schon throughout the album but particularly on this track.
And lastly, the bonus track "Reawaken" is a real gem.
On the whole, the entire album is excellent. Probuction, writing, playing and singing are all spot on. If I do have one complaint about this release its that it far too short for a guy who's been so sparse w/ his recorded output. But as luck would have it, Mr. Fleischman has a few more irons in the fire and will soon be blessing the world w/ some more releases as well as a new web site in the not to distant future. As for "World In Your Eyes," well it's been a long time comming, and way too long between recordings... I hope to hear more of Robert in the future... and hopefully his first solo album, and first band's repective releases will eventually be rereleased on cd.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
What a Voice 5 July 2006
By Justin G. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This solo effort from one-time Journey and Vinnie Vincent Invasion frontman Robert Fleischman deserves more than 3 stars. It may be relatively formulaic AOR, but it's GOOD formulaic AOR. The kind that makes you miss the glory days of Journey, Boston, and Foreigner.

World in Your Eyes has some fantastic songs, of which the title track, Heaven to Me, and Just One Kiss are the best. Even the "worst" songs on this album are still pretty good. Fleischman's voice is the real highlight of the album. He sounds both warm and powerful at the same time, and at times sounds exactly like Peter Gabriel (which can't be a bad thing). Maybe I just don't have an ear for that kind of thing, but I don't see any problems with Kelly Hansen's production job. His background vocals were a nice addition too. And after that Vinnie Vincent album, it's nice to hear Fleischman singing something a bit more adult than "Shoot You Full of Love".

All in all, this is another great Frontiers release, and is sure to please most (OK, maybe not that last guy) AOR/melodic rock fans.
Powerful AOR/melodic rock solo album featuring Josh Ramos and Kelly Hansen 21 Nov 2011
By Nikiforos V. Skoumas - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
"World in your eyes" is the second personal album by American AOR singer Robert Fleischman, originaly released in 2002 by Frontiers records resuming a solo career put forward in the late 70s.Fleischman is mostly known for briefly fronting "Journey" in 1977 and while also being a part of the `80s-early`90s glam metal scene as the frontman of Vinnie Vicnent's "Invasion". On "World in your eyes" Robert returns to the melodic rock sound through which the singer made his debut in the industry. His allies on this effort are guitarist Josh Ramos ("The Storm"), bassist Marvin Sperling, drummer Richie Onori along with Kell Hansen ("Foreigner", "Hurricane") who produces the album and provides harmony vocals.

Now, it has to be clear that "World in you eyes" is a substantially guitar driven album with Ramos being just as much a leading figure as the singer. The guitar parts are thick and up-front delivering a plethora of Josh's characteristic melodies and riffs. Robert makes use of his mid to bass vocals somewhere between Steve Perry and Kevin Chalfant, clearly avoiding the high pitched singing style he used on "Invasion".

In terms of songwriting the album is in line with the works of "Two Fires", "The Storm" and post-millenim Journey. In fact the title track and "The Crush" are powerful melodic hard rockers while eqally interesting is the groovy "Only room for one" and the optimistic "Just one Kiss". Still the album's greatest moments are probably found on the slower songs "Worlds aren't enough" and "Over my head", the latter alone make the whole album worthwhile an AOR masterpiece at its own right. Overall "World in your eyes is an ideal purchase for fans of "The Storm", "Two fires", "Ramos" and of course "Journey".
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
A worthy album 27 Nov 2003
By sauerkraut - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
World in Your Eyes is Robert Fleischman's second full-length solo album. It was released in 2002 and is comprised of ten songs that are in a straight-ahead rock musical direction. I find the songwriting to be satisfying, the musicianship to be solid, and the sound quality to be nice. Fleischman does well with his meat-and-potatoes vocal delivery. The guitar work is gratifying throughout, and there is only minimal keyboard playing. Even though I think that all of the tracks are listenable, my favorite ones are "Heaven to Me" and "Words Aren't Enough." "Heaven to Me" has a catchy chorus, and "Words Aren't Enough" features a memorable intro, pleasing keyboard work, and an engaging, well-crafted guitar solo. Along with the song lyrics, the CD booklet also includes photos of Fleischman and other various illustrations. There is an illustration behind the CD tray and another photo of Fleischman on the back of the CD jewel case. The disc is just over 45 minutes. World in Your Eyes is a recommendable piece of work from Robert Fleischman.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
MELODIC AND SOME WHAT SATISFYING JOURNEY 24 Jan 2005
By Kevin Dobbs "dragonboots" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Robert Fleischman will mean more to some as the almost vocalist for AOR giants "Journey" or the guy with the whip and the mullet on the back of the masterpiece "Vinnie Vincent Invasion". Either way I think this cd goes a long way towards satisfying both camps but fails in some regards. I think the production is a disappointment in today's day and age. The sound dips and swerves from one track to the next and it detracts from the enjoyment. There is too much crammed into each song sonically. However 'Frontier Records' appear to be the last remaining advocates of melodic rock so lets not complain too much. Lyrically its all love gained, love lost type stuff which is great but perhaps a little stretching would have added a freshness. "World In Your Eyes" blazes out of the gates (relatively speaking) and is the most VVI like of all the tracks and is an early favourite busting out with a big chorus. "Heaven To Me" is indeed Journey-esque but really reminds me of the vintage UK band "Magnum" too, probably being one of the two most accesible items on offer. The other is the "Bryan Adams" penned "Over My Head" with piano lead in. Very nice only slightly tarnished by a strange vocal effect placed seemingly un-necessarily. Same goes for "Look At the Dream" which stripped back would be a great song, it seems too much has been forced into the song. "Only Room for One" is strong but clatters rather than adding atmosphere to the lyrics. "I Can't Sleep At Night" almost gets the blend right and then the thin and reediness of "Just One Kiss" spoils it. Best is saved for last with a Peter Gabriel / Invasion style number which at last pegging makes you feel a little regretful that the rest wasn't the same. Certainly a CD full of contradictions, stars will either be added or taken as time goes by. Confusing.
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