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Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 1980

Label: Dynasty Records

Catalog Number: DYN 200 (2000)

Average Rating: 81 / 100 (7 ratings)

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Personnel
Kelly Nobles drummer
Terry James Young guitarist, singer
Andy Baldwin lead guitar
Rick Knotts bass
Tracks
1.  Hello  
2.  Yes I Am  
3.  Cheater  
4.  Backseat Lovers  
5.  Gangbusters  
6.  Make Me  
7.  Bandit  
8.  Sirens  
9.  Seasons of Change  
10.  Forever Yours bonus track  
11.  The Wizard bonus track  
12.  Two Fisted Night bonus track  
13.  Rockin' You bonus track  
14.  My Lovin' Is With You bonus track  
15.  You've Got a Lot to Live bonus track  
16.  Gangbusters live bonus track  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rokk Date: June 10, 2002 at 17:20
I love this CD I First heard them in 1981 from a friend. The guitarwork is phenomenal and the drummer kicks ass. The vocalist has a range that is superb. The Best Melodic Hard Rock Band... Bar None! Rokk

From: MT Thunder Date: April 16, 2003 at 1:24
What a story this is the bands first album.Years later, they competed in MTV's first garage band competition and won their second album contract. This album, arrival is 10x better. Good vocal,interesting songs but poor sound quality. I can't believe it was transfered to CD. I have a copy mainly because it bring back good memories. In a 10 scale a 6.

From: MT Thunder Date: April 16, 2003 at 1:26
What a story this is the bands first album.Years later, they competed in MTV's first garage band competition and won their second album contract. This album, arrival is 10x better. Good vocal,interesting songs but poor sound quality. I can't believe it was transfered to CD. I have a copy mainly because it bring back good memories. In a 10 scale a 6.

From: The FIzzy One Date: May 8, 2003 at 23:31
I hear Todd Poole from Roxy Blue and Pat Francis from Tora Tora have a new band called Rail. A "modern" band, if you will. (Todd was also the original drummer of Saliva.) Maybe they'll want to change their name to something else ...

From: Metal Pete Date: December 29, 2003 at 17:55
The fact that you have them listed here..and Q5, and White Wolf..is quite enough to add your site to 'Favorites'. Well done!! :-)

From: dannyrock Date: February 1, 2004 at 15:19
obviously superb cd album.

From: varmit Date: March 15, 2004 at 3:52
I Grew up rockin with these guys and even tried to get them to play at my high school in Idaho when they were still a northwest regional band. Check out RAIL III if u ge the chance. U can order their CD's from their web site.

From: Rokk Date: July 9, 2004 at 16:40
varmit... I too hail from idaho, Southeast Idaho... if your from that area email me at jeffer3@ziplip.com. I saw Rail twice in Pocatello, first time at the college and the second time years later at bar and Ronnie Montrose was on guitar. It was awesome to see Ronnie and Rail together!

From: gener8tr Date: February 21, 2005 at 13:42
Rail beat out a band called Dog Police in the MTV competion back in 1982... Does anyone remember that terrible Dog Police video which included the infamous line... "knowbody knows who you are; ruf, ruf, ruf." OMG it was so cheesy!

From: Mike Allen Date: February 24, 2005 at 2:50
I grew up in Seattle. Long time Rail fan who used to photograph Terry, Kelly and the boys. We waited so long for Rail to record their debut album after winning the Basement Tapes on MTV and it fell so short. What a shame. The sound was poor. Badly produced. Didn't project the image that their live shows did, I could just cry though as I remember watching them do covers of the Scorps & Priest. Many NW musicians were inspired by them. Thanks guys for the life long Memories. modelmgmt@yahoo.com

From: Nick C Date: July 30, 2005 at 18:02
I think this is a pretty cool album. I've had it for years and years (also Rail II the E.P. featured on Adio) and it still gets lots of plays I was made up when it came out on CD. Gangbusters and Sirens are favourites. The band certainly have their chops together and it makes you wonder if they had the backing of a decent sized label whether their impact would have been greater. They have a unique sound and strong songs, that is what I like about them. Worth grabbing definately.

From: tl_jagger Date: August 30, 2005 at 1:39
Wow! Cool to see Rail listed here! Just a note, tho...on the credits: Terry should be listed bass/lead vocals & Rick should be listed as guitar. ;-) And could their latest release "BIG WORLD" be added? I still listen to RAIL a lot, and catch them live every chance I get. Love all their music!!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: September 28, 2011 at 23:05
Wow i undusted my old vinyl and gave this "another listen"...never had the chance to review it here at the glorious Heavy Harmonies...well first of all good vocals courtesy of,yes ti_jagger,Terry James Young ...and about the songs,there are some goodie ones such as "Cheater"(AORish),"Make Me","Sirens"(reminds me of the band Angel)& "Seasons Of Change"...the CD brings lots of B/T that makes the release an even more attractive one...75/100


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