"All Is Forgiven" as written by Christian Brais, Mathieu Joly, Matthew Dematteo, Dominic Viola, Francois Williamson and Jeff Saltzman....
All is forgiven
All is forgiven

Time to think when you're all alone
time to think when you're eyes are closed
time is mine if I let it go
All is forgiven

Forget the things that you wanna prove
forget the fact you don't wanna lose
looking back you will swim in shame
All is forgiven
All is forgiven All is forgiven

Stop the pain, stop the crying
one more nightfall and you will find
the righteous ones have become the wrong
all is forgiven

stop the pain, change your mind
those that don't will be left behind
lightning strikes just before the rain
All is forgiven
All is forgiven
All is forgiven
All is forgiven
All is forgiven

It's hard just to turn and walk away (it's hard to turn and walk away)
to know that there's nothing left to say
It hurts just to turn and walk away (it hurts to turn and walk away)
and soon there will be another day

I tell you now that I wanted more
acting now like I did before
All that night it was on my mind
all is forgiven
can we say that we never use?
can we judge human when we chose
in the end we are all the same
All is forgiven
All is forgiven
All is forgiven



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    General CommentI swiped the cassette of “All Is Forgiven” from my brother and loved every song. This was truly an under-rated album. I later bought a used cd but it was defective. I read elsewhere that it is tough to buy it on cd.
    I still play the cassette and managed to download a few of my more favorite cuts off the Internet.

    Originally called Siren, Red Siren is (Main Performer), Robert Haas (Synthesizer), Robert Haas (Guitar), Robert Haas (Keyboards), Robert Haas (Vocals (Background)), Jon Brant (Guitar (Bass)), Mike Howlett (Producer), Kristin Massey (Guitar (Rhythm)), Kristin Massey (Keyboards), Kristin Massey (Vocals), Kristin Massey (Producer), Gregg Potter (Drums)
    sillybunnyon September 02, 2006   Link
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    General CommentImported comments from Richard A. Salzer …

    On Siren’s “All Is Forgiven,” Jon Brant, Kristen Massey and company basically put out a better effort than Brant's former band, Cheap Trick and their “Lack of Luxury,” released one year earlier! This was sweet revenge for Jon after the record company execs forced him out and RE-replaced him with has-been Tom Petersson ('Sick Man Of Europe', indeed!) and Cheap Trick, despite his having been a part of four of the best Cheap Trick
    albums ever: “One On One,” “Next Position Please,” “The Doctor” and the awesome “Standing On The Edge.”

    Every song on “All Is Forgiven” is outstanding as is the Bass work (did you hear that: Rick, Bun E. Robin and Tom?), and there was even a very good video from the title track, "All is Forgiven.". Problems started after a fast start for this band and infighting beteen the first of two drummers (they later HAD to change the name of the group to 'Red Siren', because guitarist Robert Haas (some called him 'Ass') had stolen it from another Chicago area band. Haas then started a relationship with Massey and it was all down hill from there... Too bad ….This is a four star LP!
    sillybunnyon September 02, 2006   Link
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    General CommentImported comments by Parsnip 66

    Right out of the era of pop sounding neo-classical/heavy metal groups Siren or Red Siren as they were called came on the scene with strong album title track "All is forgiven". The multi layered sound of guitars, keyboards, and vocals suited the style of bands like this one and Europe among others. The rest of the songs on the album are basic but, well put together. Other song highlights are “One Good Lover,” “Good Kid,” and “So Far Away.” The question is what happened to Red Siren? Right after the album came out it seemed as if Siren changed to Red Siren then they went off into obscurity. There is talent here for anyone who can get their hands on a copy of this album. ...
    sillybunnyon September 02, 2006   Link

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