Empty could come from any of Heart's last three albums, and When You Love Someone is back to Berlin.
Guitarist Tommy Thayer (ex Black n' Blue), bassist Tom Jensen, Kevin Valentine on drums, and keyboard player Pat Regan all turn in exemplary performances, and Pat and Teresa's production is perfect for the band. Hardly surprising as Pat engineered the last Kiss album.
No Escape is reminiscent of early Heart and Beyond Control manages to talk about Pan Am Flight 103 without being schmaltzy crap. An acoustic preamble leads into the powerful roll of Pictures, my favourite.
I've compared Harlow to several other female-fronted outfits in this review, perhaps unfairly. They are not plagiarists, they are carving out their own niche, and this is an impressive debut album (click here to buy).