Photo © 2010 Scott Hamilton
Left to Right
John Taylor – Bobby Bond – Phil Naro – Don Mancuso – John Naro


DDRIVE released their highly acclaimed third album “3D” on June 1st, 2010. 3D was the follow up to “Straight Up The Middle”. 3D has great significance it’s not only the bands 3rd release and the bands’ debut album on Melodic Revolution Records and the best part of this release is that it’s housed in a special edition 3D Digipak which includes 3-D glasses, and a 3D poster + 11 rocking tracks. featuring the hit singles Next Train, Dig Down featuring special guest Billy Sheehan (David Lee, Roth, Talas, MR. Big, Sons of Apollo) and the bands’ trademark sing-along anthem Welcome To My World.


1. Next Train 05:01
2. Dig Down featuring Billy Sheehan 04:05
3. Kiss the Ground 03:38
4. Chains On You 03:41
5. Never Had A Chance 04:04
6. Last To Fall 04:40
7. Down Deep 03:28
8. Always Done 04:21
9. 1 to 7 04:15
10. Tumblin 04:46
11. Welcome To My World 06:12


Don Mancuso Guitars Bass on Tumblin’ and Down Deep & Vocals, 
John Taylor Bass on Next Train, 1 to 7, Welcome To My World and Last To Fall & Vocals, 
Phil Naro Vocals & Guitar, 
John Naro Guitar & Vocals, 
Bobby Bond Drums & Percussion, 
Andy Knoll (Lou Gramm Band) Keyboards and Software Instruments. 

Special Guest:
Billy Sheehan on Bass for Dig Down
Dave Daansen on Bass for Chains On You, Kiss The Ground, and Never Had A Chance. 

Critics point of view

“..a melodic hard rock album that deserves global attention… ”
Chris Lambert, Editor in Chief – RockReport, Belgium

“good music never goes out of style. And that’s exactly what DDrive delivers — good music.”
Derric Miller – Hard Rock Haven

“Phil Naro is, without a doubt, the one true voice of Rock ‘n’ Roll ”
Paul Autry –

A+ for marketing efforts with this one! Packaged with a free pair of 3D glasses, the front and back covers, as well as a double-sided, fold-out poster that literally leaps out at you. 3D
Aaron Small Rating: 8.0 – BraveWords

Verdict: 4 out of 5. Great fun album that doesn’t try to be something it’s not. 3D is a throwback to 80’s rock and roll but yet does not sound dated.


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