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Fight Dirty/Good Morning America

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Category: AOR

Year: 1996

Label: Renaissance Records

Catalog Number: RMED00154-2

Average Rating: 75 / 100 (6 ratings)


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Fight Dirty (1979)
Terry Thomas lead and backing vocals, guitars
Eugene Organ bass, guitars, backing vocals
John Anderson lead and backing vocals
Julian Colbeck keyboards
Steve Gadd drums
Shep Lonsdale drums

Good Morning America (1981)
Terry Thomas lead vocals, guitars
John Verity lead vocals, guitars
John Anderson lead vocals, bass
Steve Gadd drums
Bob Henrit drums

Disc 1
1.  Killer Cut  6:09
2.  Fight Dirty  6:26
3.  Don't Count Me Out  4:01
4.  Heartless  4:03
5.  Too Late  3:49
6.  So Alone  4:38
7.  Just One More Smiling Face  5:24
8.  California  5:16
9.  The End of It All  3:33
10.  Runaway  3:15
Total Running Time:  46:34

Disc 2
11.  Good Morning America  5:31
12.  I Can't Get Over You  3:42
13.  Roll the Dice  4:00
14.  Heading for Home  4:13
15.  Saturday Night  3:19
16.  My Perfect Lover  3:35
17.  All My Life  3:45
18.  Foor for Your Love  4:14
19.  I'm Angry With You  3:07
20.  Just One More Chance  3:47
21.  The Girl Won't Dance With Me  3:47
22.  ??? bonus track  4:43
23.  Ebony Moon bonus track  3:58
24.  Never Too Late bonus track  4:30
Total Running Time:  56:11

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Knuckles Date: April 2, 2002 at 17:45
Not a big fan of all of the Charlies including these 2 however,they have S/T cd which is brillant.Song Its Inevitable reminds me of high school

From: Ralf Date: August 17, 2002 at 18:08
One of the greatest bands ever. Please visit their official homepage for further information: www.charlie-music.de

From: koogles Date: October 23, 2002 at 11:00
Knuckles knows what side of the street the sun shines on. Good call. Charlie's s/t with "It's Inevitable", "Never Too Late" etc. is the only Charlie CD really worth owning (aside from a greatest hits). But if you like such bands as Airborne, City Boy, Steeplechase and so on and so forth, by all means- grab this one for your collection. Renaissance Records went under, so it might just turn out to be a smart investment for later on.

From: ROB GARCIA Date: January 15, 2004 at 15:45
i totally agree with koogles,forget the other albums and pick up the s/t album.were talking high class aor in here every single track is a winner.if you like terry thomas style of songwritting in this album he excells!!!.totally recommended=satisfaction guaranteed!.

From: Rockhead Date: July 28, 2004 at 18:25
Good Morning America is an excellent album-the arrival of John Verity really beefed up the sound without taking away from the melodies. A great CD.

From: Harald Date: May 17, 2013 at 3:56
I have just tracked down Good Morning America and the title track is one of the best early 80īs songs ever produced. Wonderful old style keyboards and multilayered harmony vocals makes this a total winner for me.

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