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Artist: Street Talk

Title: V

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Category: AOR

Year: 2006

Label: MTM Music (Germany)

Catalog Number: 0681-167

Personnel

Goran Edman vocals
Sven Larsson guitars
Bjorn Lodmark bass
Fredrik Bergh keyboards, piano
Christian Johansson drums, percussion

Tracks 12-17 are from the 2015 reissue on MelodicRock Records.

Tracks

1.  Responsible  4:05   Listen
2.  Don't Believe  3:59   Listen
3.  If I Could  3:56   Listen
4.  At the End of the Day  4:15   Listen
5.  Family Business  4:41   Listen
6.  Just a Little Appetizer  4:21   Listen
7.  Something's Gotta Give  3:49   Listen
8.  Groundhog Day  4:59   Listen
9.  Sniper  4:09   Listen
10.  Oh Maddy  4:00   Listen
11.  Brother Sun and Sister Moon  4:47   Listen
12.  Astray Remix     Listen
13.  Made for Paradise Remix     Listen
14.  Family Business Instrumental     Listen
15.  Responsible Instrumental     Listen
16.  If I Could Instrumental     Listen
17.  Oh Maddy Instrumental     Listen

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Accept Date: July 4, 2006 at 13:23
Great cd!!! at first listening it seems not as good as their best cd 'Transition' but after a few turns you realise that this is a great album. Pretty melodies and awesome voice from Göran Edman!!!

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: July 4, 2006 at 13:35
Very Good AOR album, 4 ańos para ver su nuevo trabajo, que puedo decir el 'V' es un buen album no a la altura de sus 2 anteriores pero si al del primero 'Brother Sun And Sister Moon' es un temazo y a lo largo del disco hay otros temas de gran nivel 'Sniper' 'Don't Believe' 'Responsible'... sin duda alguna otro de los buenisimos discos del 2006 AOR del bueno como es costumbre de ellos, junto a Newman o Dark Sky personalmente de lo mejor en bandas nuevas de esta era

From: TIM (2) Date: July 5, 2006 at 3:20
I've always liked Street Talk but always found their albums a little patchy. This one's no different. Terrific production,great performances (especially the lead guitar work),but just too many tracks I have to skip. This opens brilliantly; 'Responsible' is simply the best track the band have ever put onto CD. Up-tempo, catchy, great keys. Tracks 3,5,6,9,10 all follow suit,but none quite match the glorious opener. Inbetween though,are some tracks that just seem flat. Good, but not great. 7.5/10.

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From: Jez Date: July 5, 2006 at 10:21
In stark contrast to the Vertigo album, this is how AOR should be presented. Really strong in the song department and an excellent production and mix (essential to this genre IMHO) done by someone who it seems knows what they are doing ( A big pat on the back to Fredrik). I'm also pretty sure this was done on a pretty similar budget to the Vertigo, but care and attention has been put into it and the huge difference in quality is there for all to hear. I have rated ALL the Street Talk discs very

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From: Jez Date: July 5, 2006 at 10:23
....very highly so far and this is no different. No, they aren't breaking any new ground at all, but when it is this good I don't care one iota. The Scandies beat the good 'ol US at their own game (Yet Again!!!!)

From: Geoff Date: August 14, 2006 at 20:57
Exactly what you'd expect from Street Talk, the guys deliver the goods. It's hard not to enjoy discs like this. As Jez notes, they're not doing anything new and this starts exactly where their last release left off. If you liked their other albums you'll like this. Good, crisp, well produced melodic rock/AOR. 'Don't believe' and 'If I could' are my faves, but there are plenty of good solid tunes to pick from here.

From: Faust Date: August 18, 2006 at 6:29
Like their others efforts, this new Street Talk's album is excellent. No major changing for this band always classy and which perfectly controls the composition and the studio work. Faithful to its reputation, Goran Edman shows once more that he's a major singer. As for the most part of the scandies releases, the sound and the production are finely worked. However, we can reproach a small lack of originality and fantasy in the compositions. The band is more in the effectiveness.

From: TYNO-BRAZIL Date: August 18, 2006 at 16:53
Great release from a great band. Goran Edman rules !

From: hernanHRM/AOR Date: December 9, 2007 at 11:49
Street Talk: Son Magicos!!!!!!!

From: Figge Date: December 12, 2007 at 17:50
It doesn't get much better in this genre than this. Great, uplifting and especially very well produced traditional AOR. Göran Edman is fantastic as always and the use of only one vocalist is a real benefit for the overall feel and consistency of the album (unlike previous ST albums).

From: DonDefo Date: November 4, 2010 at 15:51
This album came out at 2006. Unbelievable! You know guys why I Love AOR? Because it doesn't(or at least not as much as other bands or rather majority or hard rock bands) alter, it's not influenced by the 'requierements of the time' and listeners - us, REAL FANS who don't need Lady Gaga and other shit. Goran Edman is very good singer, besides all I've just put here. Very well sounding AOR!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: November 7, 2010 at 21:39
Pleasant album that at first didn't get through me clearly but step by step got my whole attention ...the best tracks for me were 'If I Could','Family Business' & 'Sniper'...then another goodies such as 'Don't Believe','At The End Of The Day'(nice),'Something's Gotta Give'(nice & catchy),'Groundhog Day'(nice) & 'Oh Maddy'(smoothie)....this album will put a smile upon your face surely...get it!.90/100

From: DonDefo Date: December 11, 2010 at 4:51
Responsible and Ye gods and little fishes are my favs from this band!!

From: gypsymoth Date: December 15, 2010 at 4:14
Where are you guys??..Please put up another Street talk album.Keep in mind that you guys are the best! whtever music you make, we welcome.Fredrik, are u listening?...

From: hair metal again Date: October 11, 2014 at 14:47
excellent release once again by STREET TALK and these guys dont seem to bother and always deliver classy,high level musicianship and songwriting ,catchy tunes in the softer side of hard rock music!'dont believe ' ,'at the end of the day','groudhog day'the highlights!very good stuff


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