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Artist: Survivor

Title: Eye of the Tiger

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Survivor Eye of the Tiger Album Cover

 

Category: AOR

Year: 1982

Label: Scotti Brothers

Catalog Number: 5216-2

Personnel

Jim Peterik guitar, keyboards, vocals
Dave Bickler keyboards, vocals
Marc Droubay drums
Stephan Ellis bass
Frankie Sullivan guitar, vocals

Tracks

1.  Eye of the Tiger  4:05
2.  Feels Like Love  4:07
3.  Hesitation Dance  3:51
4.  The One That Really Matters  3:31
5.  I'm Not That Man Anymore  4:47
6.  Children of the Night  4:45
7.  Ever Since the World Began  3:45
8.  American Heartbeat  4:09
9.  Silver Girl  4:52
  
Total Running Time:  37:52

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Runaway Angel Date: July 4, 2001 at 19:11
Probably the first really great hard rock album!!! What a band!!!

From: Darren Date: July 11, 2001 at 23:11
Awesome stuff...i grew up with this album..unfortunately they really lost their rock edge when Jimi Jameson joined them..Dave Bickler was great..hope he returns...

From: koogles Date: June 24, 2002 at 19:39
Breakthrough stuff, thanks to the boxing ditty. I'll take Tommy Shaw's version of "Ever Since The World Began" over this one and I'll take "Caught in the Game" over "Eye" anyday. Still, this is a world class album and, despite some filler, regularily rocks my world, even in 2002.

From: D Date: July 29, 2002 at 7:19
I just recently picked up this album. It really is fantastic. Classic eighties rock feel and sound with the epic guitar solo's included. It's one of the few albums I have where I can Honestly say i liked all the tracks from start to finish. Tracks 4 & 7 i think were my favourites..is track four that fades out with the really long solo? Great stuff! I will definately be aquiring the other albums!

From: D Date: July 29, 2002 at 7:28
can anyone advise please...Do none of the albums have 'Burning Heart' on them? D.

From: D Date: July 29, 2002 at 7:28
can anyone advise please...Do none of the albums have 'Burning Heart' on them? D.

From: Reno Date: July 29, 2002 at 11:23
The song Burning Heart was done for the Rocky IV soundtrack and can be found on different Survivor - Greatest hits or Best Of CD's.

From: scott Date: October 22, 2002 at 23:31
great cd as is every survivor cd.i recomend any of there cd's. there first sounds alot like early foriegner,there second is a little different but great 'caught in the game" alot like "eye of the tiger" but not as strong but still great and has there best song ever "caught in the game"."vital signs" the best aor cd ever has 3 of there best top charting songs and everey song could have been a hit."when seconds cout has the same sound and is also great. "to hot to sleep" there hardest rock album.

From: mcmanous Date: January 8, 2003 at 13:20
I want all the discography of survivor.........

From: steve Date: May 8, 2003 at 17:30
eye of the tiger, is a great song and album

From: Everest Date: October 11, 2003 at 12:54
Which is the name of the singer in the video "eye of the tiger"??Is it jamison or bickler?

From: Everest Date: October 11, 2003 at 12:56
Which is the name of the singer in the video "eye of the tiger"??Is it jamison or bickler?

From: Stephan Ellis Date: November 15, 2003 at 23:09
It's Dave Bickler, he is the man with the beret. Bickler sings the first 4 albums.

From: robert Date: November 27, 2003 at 22:21
Inolvidable cancion la d la pelicula rocky!!! Claro q hay otra muy buenas como: ever since the world began. Unos Maestros del A.O.R. del bueno!!!

From: audrey Date: February 27, 2004 at 17:07
i want naughty love

From: MIGUEL Date: March 16, 2004 at 14:12
QUE ALBUM...SURVIVOR, TREMENDO GRUPO Y KE TEMA " EYE OF THE TIGER" ES UNA BANDA DE BUEN ROCK,ES UNO DE MIS FAVORITOS ALBUMNES DE TODA LAS EPOCAS,ALGUN AMIGO DONDE ME PUEDA DECIR DONDE ENCONTRAR MATERIAL DE ELLOS,SE LO AGRADESERE UN MOTON. MI CORREO ES; FLAMINGPIE97@HOTMAIL.COM

From: K.K. Poland Date: August 19, 2004 at 6:30
great album!!!! Great music, amazing!!

From: AORmaniac Date: January 28, 2005 at 23:03
This is an amazing album!!!! Bickler is an excellent singer as well as Jamison... I realy can't tell which Survivor era I prefer most!!!! All Survivor albums are awesome!!!! Do not pay attention only to the eternal rock diamond "Eye Of The Tiger", cause the album has other rock dynamites like "Hesitation Dance", "The One That Really Matters" & "American Heartbeat"!!! Also the ballads "I'm Not That Man Anymore" and "Ever Since the World Began" are just fantastic!!!! A rock diamond!!!!

From: QuarterBoy Date: January 31, 2005 at 17:56
Anyone knows who produced this album? Production sounds great.My Eye of the tiger CD doesn't have any info,just a blank page instead of a proper booklet.

From: Swriter Date: February 5, 2005 at 17:34
If I would have to choose the all time AOR Release, I will choose this one, at this point, music was in a transitional time and this album was one of the first sucessful rock releases of the time. I think it was very influential of the period that came after. Skip by Eye of the Tiger and listen to the rest of this album. Amazing

From: p.k Date: February 15, 2005 at 14:22
"IAM NOT THAT MAN ANYMORE" WHAT AN OUTSTANDING ANTHEM!!!

From: swriter Date: November 11, 2005 at 17:51
my fav Survivor, finally upgraded my cassette and vinyl, this entire album is amazing, American Hearbeat, Feel like Love, Hesitation, The One that really Matters, Children, and the great ballads, I'm not that man and World began, amazing stuff

From: PAUL Date: November 12, 2005 at 10:57
Hi swriter - This is indeed an excellent album, not as good as "vital signs" or "when seconds count" but remains a very very strong release! Jim, Frankie and Mark are back and have signed to frontiers records for the release of a new studio album in the spring of 2006! I believe these musicians have the talent yet to create the Aor album of the new millennium!

From: Carlos A. Date: September 7, 2006 at 16:49
Con Esta JOYA (Salvo "Somewhere in America",y "Poor Man's Son"delicias de los previos lps)se inicia la MAGIA,temas GLORIOSOS(Un extasis oir cantar a Bickler American H.)Recordar este album me obliga a tomar el calificativo español:"Dave Bickler es uno de los Putos Reyes del AOR!" solo dios sabe porque no continuo en la banda, recomiendo ver en you tube un concierto donde j.jammison canta Eye of the y Bickler "Fire Makes Steel" si el tema del REACH junto a Survivor en plenos 90s. Un sueño 10/10

From: ROBERT Date: October 6, 2006 at 10:35
LOS PUTOS JODIDOS PRINCIPES DEL A.O.R. Podria estar toda la p tarde ablando d este Mega Super Grupazo d Chicago (no meo) Este discazo en cuestion del 82', osea precursor y d los primeros d este Genial Palo... q Yamamos A.O.R. Aki en los Micros todavia estaba: Dave Bickler (igual q en el Genial siguiente: CAUGHT IN THE GAME) para posteriormente en mi Prefe y Obra maestra Total: VITAL SIGNS del 84' ser sustituido por el Impresionante Genio JIM JAMISON Temas muy Rockeros y con Ganxo, como el 1º, q

From: ROBERT Date: October 6, 2006 at 10:36
q no es otro q el tema q dio titulo al Disco, y q fue (y es!!) todo un Himno para los q Amamos d todo Heart este Cielo d A.O.R. MI AMOL TU ELES LO MAAAAAAAXIMO!! Feels Like Love - Otra buena demostracion d como se rokeaba en Usa aya por el año del Señor d 1982, y t aseguro q en esa epoca este titulo era lo mas!!! encima d los primeros en utilizarlo (hablo d A.O.R.) Casi na al apararto!! The One That Really Matters y I'm Not That Man Anymore: empezaban a sonar en los circulos mas Primitivos (prin

From: ROBERT Date: October 6, 2006 at 10:36
principios xoxenta) como "sonido mas adulcorado" es decir como A.O.R. Ever Since the World Began - dp versioneada por TOMMY SHAW (entre otros) es kizas mi tema Favorito del Disco, si exceptuamos el Primer Bombazo. Se trata d Un Pedazo d Romantico Baladon Inconmensurable, d los mejores d la historia del ROCK, al menos para mi modesto gustirrinin... American Heartbeat - TECLAS AL PODER!!!!! Alucinante y otro d mis prefes!! esto si es A.O.R. del d Verdad, sonido Usa... q Gozada!!!! como para correr

From: ROBERT Date: October 6, 2006 at 10:36
como para correrse d gusto!! En definitiva una Autentica Joya d A.O.R. "primigenio" (como lo yama mua) sin duda con influencias mas q Aoeras y con El Genial Frankie Sullivan y el Mago d las Teclas: Su Majestad Jim Peterik haciendo d las suyas!! Ultra Recomendadisimo!! 8'5 d 10!!!

From: hernanHRM/AOR Date: September 20, 2007 at 1:10
Escuchando este albun y leyendo los comentarios de los demas señores es muy evidente que estamos hablando de lo mejor de la Era Dave Bickler creo que aqui esta en todo su explandor... con sonidos brillantes de teclado y guitarras que hacen magia y dandole una melodia unica asi como "American Hearbeat" & "Silver Girl". unos sonidos malditos!!

From: rbrigade Date: November 25, 2008 at 8:58
Maybe the best Survivor album and surely the most rocking. We all know Eye of the tiger but there are more gems in this album. I'm not that man anymore is my favorite Survivor song. Fantastic melodies and a really powerful song. Children of the night is their heavier song ever, I love that one too. And Bickler's version on the divine ballad Ever since the world began is better than the Tommy Shaw cover, though I love Shaw's voice. Anyone who doesn't have or appreciate that album should be banned from Rockland hehe!

From: Faron Date: August 28, 2009 at 19:01
Excellent album, only got into Survivor after hearing the track - Eye Of The Tiger, courtesy of Rocky 3. To be honest I always skip this overplayed classic, the highlights for me are - Feels Like Love, The One That Really Matters, I`m Not That Man Anymore, Ever Since The World Began and Silver Girl!

From: 707STAR Date: March 4, 2012 at 1:01
THIS IS THEIR 2ND BEST LP. LOTS OF GREAT MUSIC HERE. EYE OF THE TIGER BEING THEIR BIGGEST SONG EVER. TRULY ANOTHER MASTERPIECE OF MUSIC ASSEMBLED FROM THESE GUYS. THIS BAND HAD HEART THROUGH THEIR MUSIC. THE LYRICS SAY IT ALL. I LOVE THIS BAND. I,VE SEEN THEM LIVE SEVERAL TIMES AND THEY PUT ON A SHOW.

From: edwithmj Date: March 4, 2013 at 7:17
Terrific album. The title track, is of course overplayed but is actually done better live in my opinion. Feels Like Love is a nice fast-paced ballad and the other highlights are I'm Not That Man Anymore and Ever Since The World Began. Interestingly, Ever Since The World Began was rerecorded with Jimi Jamison on vocals for the Stallone film, Lock Up and appears in full in that film's end credits. If anyone wants this version, contact me on the message board.

From: DazBuFF Date: November 6, 2016 at 15:17
is the bonus track on the rock candy reissue an extended mix or ???

From: rick kerch vzla Date: April 19, 2017 at 20:45
The album with the song that put the band at the top (u know the one i'm talking 'bout) ..."Feels Like Love" & "The One That Really Matters" are my faves...tracks 1(classic!),7(beautiful)& 8 are also on my list.85/100

From: tomdwa Date: March 28, 2020 at 10:21
This launched them to worldwide star status. Besides the hit title track, Ever since the world began and American heartbeat stand out here.


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