Bueno, no sé si esto puede ayudar a esclarecer quien puede ser el vocalista o si todo lo contrario y se lía mas la cosa. Esto es un estracto de una entrevista realizada a Mark Spiro en 1999 por una web de AOR, con motivo del lanzamiento, del por aquel entonces recien salido disco "The stuff that dreams are made of", el entrevistador le va preguntando sobre cada tema del disco, pero cuando le pregunta acerca de esta canción que estamos debatiendo (que en el disco de él se titulaba "Back to Promise Land) la respuesta es muy significativa, ahí os la dejo y puede esto sacarnos de dudas:
"I fucking hate that song. You can print that (laugh). Written for Heart. It was at the same time I was pitching songs to Richie Zito. There was another song that I was pitching to him called "Love Can't Help You Now", I don't think you have that, and he wanted to do it really bad. And then Dan Huff wouldn't let me do it because he wanted it for Giant and he never put it on the Giant record. I could kill him, I could kill him till today. "Vendetta" I wrote with Thompson. It's a cool guitar rhythm though. The chorus is stupid, it's nothing."
-Speaking of Dan Huff, you wrote "Back To The Promised Land" with him.
"Actually that one was written because I was going to be in Giant. And that was part of the beginning, rumbling to that band. I was going to be the lead singer so we wrote that song together. I remember Dan Huff thought the lyrics was too "heavy". He wanted to go with "Hey baby, baby, you're hot tonite" kinda stuff. And you know that's not me. I trust Magnus because it's his thing, but I would never put "Rain In Her Heart", "Half Light" and "Vendetta" on the same damn record. It doesn't make sense to me, they're so far apart. One's just this rocked up thing and then you have this great introspective stuff."