Monday, December 28, 2009

Steve Perry - Street Talk (1983)

Steve Perry (born Stephen Ray Perry; January 22, 1949) is an American singer and songwriter best known as the lead vocalist of the rock band Journey from 1978–1987 and 1995–1998. Perry had a successful solo career (currently on hold) throughout the late eighties and early nineties.

Perry was named the 76th greatest singer of all-time by Rolling Stone Magazine on its list of "The 100 Greatest Singers of All-Time," citing his pure vocal tone, technical skill and ability to reach, and sustain, notes over a wide range. Steve Perry is eligible for induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, both as a solo artist (since 2009) and as a member of Journey (since 2000). Perry presently lives in Del Mar, California.

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Steve Perry - Street Talk (1984)
His first solo album, originally released in 1984. Street Talk contains Perry's biggest hit as a solo artist, "Oh Sherrie", written for his then-girlfriend Sherrie Swafford. The song hit #1 on the Billboard charts and the accompanying music video (also featuring Swafford) was a hit on MTV. Other singles included "Foolish Heart" (peaked at #18), "She's Mine" (peaked at #21), and "Strung Out" (peaked at #40).

There were a number of nods to Perry's pre-Journey band Alien Project on this album—in fact, that band was originally going to be called Street Talk. In the liner notes, Perry dedicates the album to Richard Michaels (the bassist for Alien Project). Also, drummer Craig Krampf was a member of Alien Project later in the 1970s. Street Talk is certified as 2x Platinum (2,000,000) in sales by the RIAA.


Tracks:

01. Oh Sherrie
02. I Believe
03. Go Away
04. Foolish Heart
05. It's Only Love
06. She's Mine
07. You Should be Happy
08. Running Alone
09. Captured by The Moment
10. Strung Out

NOTE:
Perry's vocal classification is tenor altino, a term used to describe a man who sings in the highest possible male register (above tenor and including what would, if sung by a woman, be called alto or mezzo), using a natural or "full" voice and employing falsetto only in his extreme upper register. Depending on whether the definition being used includes chest voice or is limited to falsetto only, this is also a form of countertenor.

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Trixter - Discography

Trixter is an American hard rock band from Paramus, New Jersey. The band achieved moderate success in the early 1990s but disbanded for several years as glam metal lost mainstream popularity. The original members reunited in 2008 to tour and record new material. Trixter was formed in 1983 by Steve Brown and Peter Loran. After the addition of new drummer Mark Gus Scott in 1984, they played their first live gigs. In 1988 bassist PJ Farley joined Trixter, finalizing the lineup. In May 1989 the band landed a deal with Mechanic/MCA Records.

In September 1989 the band went to Hollywood to record their debut album with producer Bill Wray. Trixter was released in May 1990 with the song "Line of Fire" as the single for rock radio. The song slowly climbed the charts, reaching #1 on Z-Rocks Top 100 by July 1990.

Along with the release of the album, Trixter also filmed their first video for the song "Give It to Me Good". In September the band headed out on a nationwide tour and after two weeks they landed the opening slot for Stryper. In mid-October Trixter joined Don Dokken for another tour around the USA. It was on this tour that MTV added the video for "Give It to Me Good". Within one week the video was #1 on the Dial MTV top ten video countdown. The video stayed #1 for five weeks straight.

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Trixter - Trixter (1990)
Their self-titled debut album. It attained gold status, reaching #28 on the Billboard 200. The album did spawn three minor hit singles, "Give It to Me Good" (#65), "Surrender" (#72), and "One in a Million" (#75)

Tracks:
01. Line of Fire – 4:40
02. Heart of Steel – 4:11
03. One in a Million – 5:05
04. Surrender – 6:05
05. Give It to Me Good – 3:29
06. Only Young Once – 5:42
07. Bad Girl – 4:19
08. Always a Victim – 4:13
09. Play Rough – 4:04
10. You'll Never See Me Cryin – 5:00
11. Ride the Whip – 5:07
12. On and On – 5:03



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Trixter - Hear! (1992)

Tracks:
01. Road of a Thousand Dreams
02. Damn Good
03. Rockin Horse
04. Power Of Love
05. Runaway Train
06. Bloodrock
07. Waiting In That Line
08. Nobody's a Hero
09. Wild is The Heart
10. What it Takes
11. As The Candle Burns
12. On The Road Again

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Trixter - Undercovers (1994)
Undercovers (often misspelled Undercover) is an album of cover songs Released in 1994. The album failed to chart.

P.J. Farley - Bass, Percussion, Vocals, Drums, Producer, Engineer
Peter Loran - Guitar, Vocals
Mark Scott - Drums
Steve Brown - Bass, Guitar, Vocals, Engineer, Lap Steel Guitar, Producer, Harp, Dobro
Rob Ellis Karten - Piano, Organ (Hammond)

Tracks:
01. Pump It Up
02. 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover
03. Terrible Lie
04. Take the Long Way Home
05. Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
06. Revolution
07. 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover (Unplugged Version)
08. (You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party) (Live)

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Trixter - Alive in Japan (2008)
Mark Scott Drums
P.J. Farley Bass, Vocals
Pete Loran Vocals
Steve Brown Guitar, Vocals

Tracks:
01. Rockin' Horse
02. Heart Of Steel
03. Road Of A Thousand Dreams
04. Bloodrock
05. One In A Million
06. On The Road Again
07. Power Of Love
08. Ride The Whip
09. Nobody's A Hero
10. Line Of Fire
11. What It Takes
12. Give It To Me Good
13. You Got It (New Studio Track)
14. When You Close Your Eyes (New Studio Track)

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Friday, December 25, 2009

White Lion - Discography

White Lion - is an American/Danish glam metal band that was formed in New York City in 1983 by Danish vocalist Mike Tramp and American guitarist Vito Bratta. Mainly active in the 1980s and early 1990s, the band achieved double platinum status with their #8 hit "Wait" and #3 hit "When the Children Cry". White Lion disbanded in 1991, but was reformed again by Tramp in 1999 with all new musicians.

After moving from Denmark to New York in 1983, vocalist Mike Tramp (ex-Mabel,ex-Studs) met Staten Island guitarist Vito Bratta (ex-Dreamer) and decided to form a band. The two recruited drummer Nicki Capozzi and bassist Felix Robinson (formerly of Angel) and named the group White Lion.

White Lion was signed by Elektra Records in 1984 and recorded their debut Fight to Survive. However, Elektra was unhappy with the final recording, and after refusing to release the album, terminated their contract.

Both Capozzi and Robinson soon left the band. Nicki Capozzi was replaced by former Anthrax drummer Greg D'Angelo, and Felix Robinson was replaced by bassist Dave Spitz (brother of Anthrax guitarist Dan Spitz). Within a month of joining, however, Dave Spitz left to play bass with Black Sabbath and was replaced by James LoMenzo.

The album Fight to Survive was eventually re-recorded with new line-up & picked up by RCA and released in Japan in 1984. The small US independent label Grand Slam records finally released Fight To Survive in the US on November 9, 1985. A few months later, Grand Slam records went bankrupt.

Unlike most bands of their genre, White Lion recorded occasional songs that addressed social or political issues such as apartheid ("Cry for Freedom") and the effect of divorce on children ("Broken Home"). The song "Little Fighter" was about the Rainbow Warrior, a ship owned by the environmental group Greenpeace that was destroyed by operatives of the French intelligence service. This concern for political and social issues was also hinted at in the cover art to their album Big Game, which featured a lion's head hidden in tall grass with the White House in the background.

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White Lion - Fight To Survive (1985)
Their Debut Album, released by Asylum Records in 1985 - and Grand Slamm Records in America. In This Album, Dave "Beast" Spitz played the Bass.

Tracks:
01. Broken Heart
02. Cherokee
03. Fight to Survive
04. Where do We Run
05. In The City
06. All The Fallen Men
07. All Burn in Hell
08. Kid of 1000 Faces
09. El Salvador
10. The Road to Valhalla

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White Lion - Pride (1987)
The 2nd studio album by the American/Danish hard rock band White Lion, released on June 21 1987, by Atlantic Records. The album featured the two top ten hits Wait and When the Children Cry. It remained in the Billboard Top 200 for a full year, selling two million copies in the US alone.


Tracks:
01. Hungry – 3:55
02. Lonely Nights – 4:11
03. Don't Give Up – 3:15
04. Sweet Little Loving – 4:02
05. Lady Of The Valley – 6:35
06. Wait – 4:00
07. All You Need is Rock 'N' Roll – 5:14
08. Tell Me – 4:28
09. All Join Our Hands – 4:11
10. When the Children Cry – 4:18

~ All songs written by Bratta and Tramp

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White Lion - Big Game (1989)
Their 3rd Studio Album. In the first half of 1989, still riding high off of the multi platinum success of Pride, White Lion re-entered the studio following the completion of their Pride tour to record the next album, a decision the group later came to regret due to the effects of fatigue from the heavy touring. A musically eclectic follow-up to Pride, the album featured the singles "Little Fighter", "Cry for Freedom", and a cover of Golden Earring's "Radar Love". The album quickly went gold but, without a hit single, sales slowly declined, peaking at #19 on the album charts.


Tracks:
01. Goin' Home Tonight – 4:57
02. Dirty Woman – 3:27
03. Little Fighter – 4:23
04. Broken Home – 4:59
05. Baby Be Mine – 4:10
06. Living on the Edge – 5:02
07. Let's Get Crazy – 4:52
08. Don't Say It's Over – 4:04
09. If My Mind is Evil – 4:56
10. Radar Love – 5:59
11. Cry for Freedom – 6:09

~ All songs written by Bratta and Tramp, except "Radar Love".

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White Lion - Mane Attraction (1991)
The 4th studio album of White Lion. It was released in 1991 by Atlantic Records, and reached #61 on The Billboard 200. After two years of writing and recording, White Lion released Mane Attraction in the summer of 1991. More of a "back to basics" album, centering on strong hooks and melodic hard rock, the album was received well by the fans. Unfortunately, the album failed to reach the top 20 like the last two albums. It received little or no airplay due to the recent Grunge explosion and subsequent backlash on all things "hair metal". The album also contained White Lion's only instrumental song, "Blue Monday", a tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan, who had died while the band was writing for the album.


Tracks:
01. Lights And Thunder – 8:10
02. Broken Heart – 4:09
03. Leave Me Alone – 4:26
04. Love Don't Come Easy – 4:11
05. You're All I Need – 4:29
06. It's Over – 5:19
07. Warsong – 6:59
08. She's Got Everything – 6:56
09. Till Death Do Us Part – 5:33
10. Out With the Boys – 4:35
11. Blue Monday – 4:23
12. Farewell to You – 4:22

~ All songs written by Bratta/Tramp


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White Lion - Return Of Pride (2008
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Tracks:
01.
Sangre DeCristo
02. Dream
03. Live Your Life
04. Set Me Free
05. I Will
06. Battle At Little Big Horn
07. Never Let you Go

08. Gonna Do It My Way
09. Finally See The Light
10. Let Me Be Me
11. Take Me Home (European Bonus Track)

NOTE:
Greg D'Angelo and James Lomenzo left the band soon after the album's release, citing "musical differences", but White Lion carried on with bassist Tommy "T-Bone" Caradonna and drummer Jimmy DeGrasso (Megadeth, Alice Cooper, Suicidal Tendencies, Y&T). After briefly touring in support of Mane Attraction, Tramp and Bratta decided to call it a day, their last show being held in Boston at the Channel Club in September 1991.

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Poison - Discography

Poison is an American glam metal band that achieved success in the late 1980s and early 1990s. To date, the band has sold more than 25 million records worldwide, including 14.5 million in the United States alone. After 25 years, the band is still recording music and performing.

Poison was formed in 1983 under the name Paris and consisted of lead vocalist Bret Michaels, guitarist Matt Smith, bassist Bobby Dall, and drummer Rikki Rockett. Moving to Los Angeles on March 6, 1984, they started playing big clubs and several other clubs. The name Poison was picked by the band after seeing Spinal Tap.

During this period, Poison's manager negotiated a deal under which the West Hollywood club, The Troubador, would pay for shows.At this time, Smith left the band to return home to Pennsylvania, which led to an audition session that was won by C.C. DeVille.

Michaels, Dall, Rockett and DeVille signed to independent label Enigma Records in 1986 (see 1986 in music) for approximately $30,000. Their debut album, Look What the Cat Dragged In, was released August 2, 1986


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Poison - Look What The Cat Dragged In (1986)
Though not a success at first, the album steadily built momentum and peaked at #3 on the charts on May 23, 1987. The album spawned four singles, three of them charting successfully: "Talk Dirty to Me", "I Want Action", "I Won't Forget You", and "Cry Tough". The album is a prime example of the glam metal genre both musically and image-wise. The album ultimately has sold more than 3.5 million copies worldwide, one of their bests sold albums.


Tracks:
01. Cry Tough
02. I Want Action
03. I Won't Forget You
04. Play Dirty
05. Look What The Cat Dragged In
06. Talk Dirty To Me
07. Want Some, Need Some
08. Blame it On you
09. No.1 Bad Boy
10. Let Me Go to The Show


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Poison - Open Up And Say... Ahh!
(1988)
The second studio album of Poison, released in 1988 through the Enigma label of Capitol Records. The album, which ultimately sold eight million copies worldwide, proved to be the band's most successful release. It spawned four hit singles, which are "Nothin' but a Good Time", "Your Mama Don't Dance", "Fallen Angel", and their only number one single to date, "Every Rose Has Its Thorn". The album is widely considered a classic in the glam metal genre.

Open Up and Say... Ahh! reflects a style commonly characterised as glam metal, a form of heavy metal which had its genesis on the East Coast of the United States (and, in particular, the sound of New York City band Kiss), but which was transplanted to the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles, California in the 1980s. However, the album contains less of a heavy metal influence than a typical glam metal album, rather being more traditional rock and roll-based. The west-coast influence is reflected more prominently on the album than on its predecessor, Look What the Cat Dragged In, with aspects of Van Halen styled Californian stadium rock becoming increasingly apparent.

The album was recorded and mixed at Conway Recording Studios in Los Angeles. Paul Stanley from KISS (whose song "Rock and Roll All Nite" had been covered by Poison the year before) was originally selected to produce the record, but was unable to fulfill the role due to scheduling conflicts. Instead, the band worked with Tom Werman. Werman was an experienced rock producer, having worked with artists such as Ted Nugent, Cheap Trick, Twisted Sister, and M�tley Cr�e.

The original front cover of the album, which featured model "Bambi" dressed as a luminous red demon with a protruding tongue (similar to Gene Simmons of Kiss), caused controversy amongst church and parental groups. In previous U.S. releases, the album was released with a censored cover in which most of the model�s face was obscured. The 2006 remastered CD release features the original cover art.

Tracks:
01. Love on The Rocks
02. Nothin' But A Good Time
03. Back To The Rocking Horse
04. Good Love
05. Tearin' Down The Walls
06. Look But You Can't Touch
07. Fallen Angel
08. Every Rose Has It's Thorn
09. Your Mama Don't Dance
10. Bad To Be Good

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Poison - Flesh & Blood (1990)
Their 3rd studio album released in 1990 through the Enigma label of Capitol Records. The album peak at #2 on the Billboard charts and it sold over 7 million copies worldwide. The album spawned two top 10 singles: "Unskinny Bop" and "Something to Believe In", as well as three other hit singles: "Ride The Wind", "Life Goes On", and "(Flesh & Blood) Sacrifice".


Tracks:
01 - Strange Days of Uncle Jack
02 - Valley of Lost Souls
03 - Sacrifice (Flesh & Blood)
04 - SwampJuice - (Soul O)
05 - Unskinny Bop
06 - Let It Play
07 - Life Goes On
08 - Come Hell or High Water
09 - Ride the Wind
10 - Don't Give Up An Inch
11 - Something to Believe In
12 - Ball and Chain
13 - Life Loves A Tragedy
14 - Poor Boy Blues

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Poison - Swallow This (Live) - (1991)

Tracks: Disc 1
01. Intro
02. Look What the Cat Dragged In
03. Look But You Can't Touch
04. Let It Play
05. Good Love
06. Life Goes On
07. Ride the Wind
08. I Want Action
09. Drum Solo
10. Something to Believe In
11. Poor Boy Blues
12. Unskinny Bop

Tracks: Disc 2
01. Love On The Rocks
02. Guitar Solo
03. Every Rose Has Its ThornPoison Live
04. Fallen Angel
05. You Mama Don’t Dance
06. Nothin’ But A Good Time
07. Talk Dirty To Me
08. So Tell Me Why
09. Souls On Fire
10. Only Time Will Tell
11. No More Lookin’ Back (Poison Jazz)

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Poison - Native Tongue (1993)

Their 4th Studio album released in 1993 through Capitol Records. It peak at #16 on the Billboard 200 and was certified Gold by the RIAA on April 21, 1993.

01. Native Tongue (1:01)
02. The Scream (3:49)
03. Stand (5:15)
04. Stay Alive (4:23)
05. Until You Suffer Some (Fire And Ice) (4:14)
06. Body Talk (4:01)
07. Bring it Home (3:55)
08. 7 Days Over You (4:13)
09. Richie's Acoustic Thang (0:56)
10. Ain't That the Truth (3:25)
11. Theatre of the Soul (4:41)
12. Strike Up the Band (4:15)
13. Ride Child Ride (3:53)
14. Blind Faith (3:32)
15. Bastard Son of a Thousand Blues (4:57)


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Poison - Crack a Smile... and More! (2000)

Their 5th studio album released on March 14, 2000 and peaked at #131 on The Billboard 200. The life cycle of Crack a Smile, which began in 1994, was brought to an abrupt halt in May 1994, when vocalist Bret Michaels lost control of his Ferrari. Michaels suffered a broken nose, ribs, jaw, and fingers and lost four teeth.

After his recovery in 1995, the band continued recording. To the band's dismay, however, Capitol Records had by this time decided to put the album "on the back burner", and instead released a Greatest Hits record. It was not until March 14, 2000 that the record was finally released. The album's eventual release was prompted by strong fan demand, with promotional copies and bootlegs selling for $50 or more.

Tracks:
01. Best Thing You Ever Had – 4:18
02. Shut Up, Make Love – 3:52
03. Baby Gets Around a Bit – 3:37
04. Cover of the Rolling Stone (Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show cover) – 3:09
05. Be the One – 5:39
06. Mr. Smiley – 2:42
07. Sexual Thing – 3:37
08. Lay Your Body Down– 5:27
09. No Ring, No Gets – 3:26
10. That's the Way (I Like It) – 3:39
11. Tragically Unhip – 2:54
12. Doin' as I Seen on My TV – 2:52
13. One More for the Bone (Outtake track) – 3:18
14. Set You Free (Outtake track) – 3:56
15. Crack a Smile (Unfinished Demo) – 3:46

BONUS TRACKS (C.C. DeVille on acoustic guitar).
01. Face the Hangman (Outtake from Open Up and Say... Ahh!) – 3:20,
02. Your Mama Don't Dance (Live on MTV Unplugged) – 3:13,
03. Every Rose Has Its Thorn (Live on MTV Unplugged) – 4:37,
04. Unskinny Bop (Live on MTV Unplugged) – 4:02,
05. Talk Dirty to Me (Live on MTV Unplugged) – 4:05


NOTE:
The album featured guitarist Blues Saraceno. Saraceno was hired as the band's guitarist following the firing of Richie Kotzen. Like Kotzen, Saraceno was given considerable creative freedom. Indeed, Saraceno's writing and performing contributions dominated the album.

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Poison - Power To The People (2000)
Released on June 13, 2000 on the band's independent label, Cyanide Music. It marked the return of the original lineup, togeather for the first time since 1991's Swallow This Live with the return of C.C. DeVille who replaced Blues Saraceno. The album is a half studio, half live album consisting of five newly-recorded studio tracks and 12 live tracks from Poison's successful 1999-2000 Comeback tour. The album charted at #166 on the Billboard Hot 200. The album was re-packaged and re-released in 2006 as Great Big Hits Live! Bootleg without the studio tracks or drum and guitar solos. (Live hits only version).

Tracks:
01. Power to the People
02. Can't Bring Me Down
03. The Last Song
04. Strange
05. I Hate Every Bone In Your Body But Mine [with C.C. DeVille on lead vocals]
06. Intro/Look What the Cat Dragged In (Live)
07. I Want Action (Live)
08. Something to Believe In (Live)
09. Love on the Rocks (Live)Justify Full10. C.C. (Solo) (Live)
11. Fallen Angel (Live)
12. Let It Play (Live)
13. Rikki (Solo) (Live)
14. Every Rose Has Its Thorn (Live)
15. Unskinny Bop (Live)
16. Nothin' But a Good Time (Live)
17. Talk Dirty to Me (Live)

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Poison - Hollyweird (2002)

Tracks:
01. Hollyweird
02. Squeeze Box

03. Shooting Star
04. Wishful Thinking

05. Get 'Ya Some
06. Emperor's New Clothes
07. Devil Woman
08. Wasteland
09. Livin' In The Now
10. Stupid, Stoned & Dumb
11. Home (Bret's Story)
12. Home (C.C.'s Story)
13. Rockstar (Bonus Track)

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Poison - Poisond (2007)

Tracks:
01. Little Willy [Sweet cover] 3:18
02. Suffragette City [David Bowie cover] 2:57
03. I Never Cry [Alice Cooper cover] 3:33
04. I Need To Know [Tom Petty cover] 2:21
05. Can’t You See [The Marshall Tucker Band cover] 4:57
06. What I Like About You [The Romantics cover] 2:59
07. Dead Flowers [Rolling Stones cover] 4:21
08. Just What I Needed [The Cars cover] 3:36
09. Rock ‘N Roll All Night [KISS cover] 3:35
10. Squeeze Box [The Who cover] 2:30
11. You Don’t Mess Around With Jim (1986 Demo) [Jim Croce cover] 3:06
12. Your Momma Don’t Dance [Loggins & Messina cover] 3:01
13. We’re An American Band [Grandfunk Railroad cover] 3:09
14. Sexy Back [Justin Timberlake cover] 3:34 (Bonus)

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Poison - Live, Raw & Uncut (2008)
A music dvd/cd combo from the Hard rock band Poison, released in July 15, 2008 for their summer tour. It sold around 2,400 copies in its first week of release to debut at position No. 8 on Billboard's Top Music Videos chart. The cd is Poison's first full live cd, the previous live cd Swallow This Live included studio tracks and Power to the People was considered a half live, half studio album."Live, Raw & Uncut" features 14 live Poison hits from their 2007 tour. The dvd is a live concert from 2007, recorded at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in St. Louis, Missouri, in support of their 2007 cover album Poison'd."Live, Raw & Uncut" also includes a photo gallery and behind the scenes footage. The dvd features a slightly different track list to the cd, containing four extra tracks.

Tracks:
01. Intro
02. Look What the Cat Dragged In
03. I Want Action
04. Ride the Wind
05. I Won't Forget You
06. C.C.'s Guitar Solo
07. I Hate Every Bone In Your Body But Mine
08. Something To Believe In
09. Rikki's Drum Solo
10. Unskinny Bop
11. Every Rose Has Its Thorn
12. Fallen Angel
13. Talk Dirty to Me
14. Nothin' but a Good Time

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Poison - Seven Days Live (2008)
Released August 26, 2008 on Armoury Records. The timing for the release of this CD is unfortunate. Barely a month ago the far superior Live, Raw & Uncut live CD/DVD was released by a different record label. - releasing two different live CDs in a month is a bit of hair metal overload.
Seven Days Live is the CD version of a 1993 concert recorded in London. It was originally released on DVD in 2006 and on VHS back in 1993. At the time C.C. Deville was not in the band, and Richie Kotzen was Poison's guitarist. For some reason, they chopped five songs from the original concert that were on the DVD, but not on this CD.

The 10 songs (plus a drum solo) on Seven Days Live include Poison's biggest hits such as "Every Rose Has Its Thorn," "Talk Dirty To Me" and "Unskinny Bop." The sound quality is decent, although the background vocals are sometimes a little shaky.

Tracks:
01. Ride The Wind
02. Something to Believe In
03. Stand
04. Fallen Angel
05. Look What The Cat Dragged In
06. Drum Solo
07. Until You Suffer Some Fire and Ice
08. Unskinny Bop
09. Talk Dirty To Me
10. Every Rose Has It's Thorn
11. Nothin' But a Good Time

NOTE:
Seven Days Live is the only recording of the Richie Kotzen era.

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Friday, December 18, 2009

RP Band - Discography (OPM / Rock)

RP Band - Strange Storms
2nd Album of RP band (aka. Rock Project), released 1988. This Legendary band composed of Bob Aves (Guitarist) and (Rock Vocalist) Goff Macaraeg. "Damsel of Distress", "You" & "Starlight Blue" Were among the hits being airplayed by NU 107 during the 1980's. Since the release of their 1st album Street Legal (1986), OPM Rock has never been the same.

Anyone who listens to their music is being transported 10 years ahead of Rock music, because of Bob's guitar sound. And lyricist / singer Goff made it possible that his high vocal range made us think this is a "Foreign Band".


Tracks: (Listen Online or Download For Study)
* Uploaded Jan 2012
01. Strange Storms
02. You
03. Wheel Of Love
04. Damsel In Distress
05. Wild West
06. Don't Shake It
07. Top Secret
08. Starlight Blue

Bob Aves with his 12 String guitar












Goff Macaraeg - Playing "In the Garden of Eden"