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Opportunity Knocks

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Category: AOR

Year: 1983

Label: MP3.Com

Catalog Number: 99636

Average Rating: 73 / 100 (5 ratings)


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Norman Mershon Vocals, Guitar
Mark Kreider Bass, Vocals
Bobby Messano Guitars, Vocals
Benji King Keyboards, Vocals
Tico Torres Drums

Features a pre-Bon Jovi Tico Torres & a post-Starz Bobby Messano
1.  Tell Me Why  3:37
2.  Secret Dreams (It Doesn't Really Matter)  5:13
3.  Way Of The World  4:00
4.  The River  4:03
5.  Let It Go  3:45
6.  Love Comes Easy  3:42
7.  Satisfy You  4:03
8.  Guess Life Always Works That Way  5:21
9.  That Girl  3:52
10.  If I  3:52
11.  Straighten Up  3:55
Total Running Time:  45:23

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From: juan carlos Date: August 22, 2008 at 0:36
Not as great as the previous album but itīs a Good Melodic Rock/AOR

From: juan carlos Date: August 22, 2008 at 0:55
Not as great as their previous album but this one is a Good Melodic Rock/AOR anyway.. Opportunity Knocks can be surely described as an unreleased third album because was released by MP3.COM. Tracks 1,2,3,4,6,10 are my favorites but "Secret Dreams"(beatiful ballad) and "Tell Me Why" are excellent piece of music. Donīt forget about two main names here eh.. 8/10

From: Kim HP Date: October 19, 2008 at 9:56
Very average AOR. The best tracks here (as juan carlos noticed) are the first 2, but they were done a 100 times better on Franke & The Knockouts '84 effort anyway. "Love Comes Easy" is another above average track highlighted by a slendid Survivor-style chorus. The rest of this album is a rather bland affair and I'm not even sure if most of these tracks should be called AOR at all. Conclusion, get Franke's album and stay away from this one (unless you need every AOR album ever released).

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