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Tony Cartmill

'Devil' & 'Cindy'

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Since most of us agree that these 2 are the strongest unreleased songs we've heard (Plus "Temporary Hero"?), Do you feel the same, and would you consider recording them with a new arrangement for a future release?

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Eric, since Tony brought it up; I'm one of those who have longed to hear "Devil..." since I first heard the title.

If you're ever in the mind to pull one unreleased song out of the dust-covered box, I'd cast my unasked-for vote for that one! :lol:

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Billy K.   

Speaking of "Cindy in the Wind"....I saw something really interesting. While I was waiting in the lobby of the lube place, while getting my oil changed, I was reading this magazine about motorcycles.

Sure enough, there is this writer who contributes

a regular column, named Cindy Wilson. Sure enough, due to the nature of the magazine, she calls her feature "Cindy in the Wind"!!

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darlene   

All three are indeed "gems." Temporary Hero gives me goosebumps, I love Cindy In The Wind, and Devil And The Deep Blue Sea is absolutely heartrending. I think all of them should be released.

:) --D

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"Never Say Die" is my personal unreleased favorite...what a treat that was when it became available on this website for free, I played it over and over again for days!!! Devil and Cindy are great too but NSD sounds like a hit that should have been!!!

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I'm a huge "Cindy" fan. "Devil"'s great, but I always vote for the songs that have (had) hit potential, and "Devil" would never have been a mainstream hit. "Cindy", on the other hand, could've been a contendah!!!

Dave

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I see "Devil..." as having more hit potential because it is so melodramatic. The kind of lyrics that hormone-crazy teenage boys and drama-queen teenage girls would eat up on their ipods!

"Cindy..." is just a "real purdy" song that might appeal just to the mellow crowd.

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