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Artist: Allied Forces

Title: R.U. Wilde

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Allied Forces R.U. Wilde Album Cover


Category: AOR

Year: 1999

Label: Escape Music

Catalog Number: ESM039


Pete Pandolfo drums
Jay Fischer lead vocals
Vinny Tabone, Jr. bass, backing vocals, acoustic guitar
Ronnie Wilde guitars

Darcy Deutsch guest lead vocals
Mike Behm guest lead vocals
Danny Vaughn guest lead vocals
Jim Wilson guest keyboards
Bill Bressler guest keyboards


1.  Allied Forces  5:05
2.  Medicine Man  4:49
3.  Thunder Nation  4:48
4.  Picking Up the Pieces  4:46
5.  All Out of Love  3:33
6.  On the Run  4:18
7.  Lifetime to Share  4:11
8.  Eyes of Wonder  4:59
9.  Party  4:22
10.  Stand By Me  3:49
11.  Take Me Away  5:20
Total Running Time:  50:00

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Joe Garguilio Date: December 21, 2001 at 19:02
Great Work do it again. Keep Rock Alive

From: Ronnie Wilde Date: December 21, 2001 at 23:00
I should like it....As I did write most of the songs and played all the guitars... Thanks for the support all you Raven Rockers )

From: Federico Date: January 18, 2002 at 8:41
I bought this cd for the presence of Danny Vaughn in Three songs, Medicine man and Thunder nation are my favorites together with All out of love. Also the rest of the cd is pleasant influenced by Dokken in the hardest songs,plus some melodic ballads. Escape label sometimes make great choices(I am a fan of Silent Witness and Jester). Hey Ronnie is time for a follow up.

From: the freaks Date: June 13, 2002 at 14:56
How come Tom gets no credit for playing drums

From: 9 CHAMPIONS A 1 Date: July 14, 2002 at 11:04
Si esto es un gran disco,me pondre a escuchar otro tipo de musica.NO TIREIS EL DINERO.

From: Jordi Date: January 21, 2004 at 13:16
Una gran cagada comprar este cd. Ojo que os pilláis los dedos.

From: Tom R. Piippo Date: August 6, 2004 at 10:12
When I first heard this album, I thought it was from the late 80's. How suprised I was when it turned out that it wasn't... It's an okay album yhat I would have killed for back then, but now it can't compete with all the others in the wonderful universe of heavy metal.

From: Jay Date: August 17, 2004 at 21:35
It is a compilation of songs written and performed live many times in the clubs of New York in the 80's. It dosen't do us justice.

From: Geoff Date: August 18, 2004 at 7:11
I don't mind this one - a bit of harmless melodic rock fun. Yeah, it's not great but I've heard a lot worse. Good solid CD, even if it's not spectacular.

From: z4roxx Date: December 11, 2004 at 10:49

From: roxas Date: July 15, 2006 at 23:29
This has always been an enigma to me. Who the hell is Ron Wilde and why does he know so many people, who is Jay and who sang in the clubs? One thing that is less perplexing is the album sonically. It's great! I've had it for 7 years. For me Jay Fischer has a great voice a highlight being "Picking up the Pieces". The tremendous 'All out of Love" reminds me of speedin' on the 10 East bound getting the Hell out of LA!. Vaughn's tracks and Deutsch' are great too with "Eyes of Wonder" a fav. 8/10

From: Metalmusicman Date: December 30, 2006 at 17:25
While this might not be the best piece of melodic rock, it does have some very exciting moments. "Picking Up The Pieces" is just absolutely stellar, as is "All Out Of Love". The three songs that Danny Vaughn does guest vocals on are standout tracks as well. Unfortunately, some of it is very average at best. Still a fun and enjoyable disc, but not essential.

From: CC Date: November 11, 2008 at 12:13
The truth behind this album (well the Danny Vaughn tracks anyway) is that Allied Forces was originally a covers band way back in the day before Waysted and Tyketto. Years later Danny worked with Wilde on some new tracks for fun that they agreed they would release for charity somehow. Wilde then released them on this disc without Dannys blessing, and used Dannys name to promote it. Danny once told me not to buy it as it was supporting someone who had been dishonest. This is why Danny later released the tracks for free via his website!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: December 4, 2010 at 18:54
Wow this band has an enormous Triumph influence(the rocky side of Triumph) and vocally Mr Fischer is very Rik Emmett alike at times...as some statements above say,Danny Vaughn(Tyketto) was involved here as a guest vocalist..."Allied Forces" good & solid starter,"Medicine Man" rocks very good,"Thunder Nation" is a nice yet powerful ballad,"Picking Up The Pieces" has nice & brilliant catchy choruses,"All Out Of Love" kills,"On The Run" is a rocking AOrish one,pretty good by the way,"Party" also rocks,"Stand By Me" is strongly Triumph influenced song & "Take Me Away" closes the story in a very good way... for fans of the rocking side of Triumph...also for people who like RTZ band...90/100

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