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Label: Scotti Bros.
Catalog Number: ZK39417
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Lea Hart Vocals, Guitars|
Ray Callcut Guitars
Terry Stevens Bass
Graham Garrett Drums
|1. ||Don't Talk ||4:02|
|2. ||She Don't Wanna Know ||3:50|
|3. ||We've Only Tonight ||3:29|
|4. ||Those Eyes ||2:53|
|5. ||Dead Lovers ||4:28|
|6. ||Stop...Breaking Me Up ||3:55|
|7. ||Just Go ||3:33|
|8. ||Talk To Me ||4:39|
|9. ||Cut Me Up ||4:17|
|10. ||Are You Ready ||4:01|
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|Total Running Time:|| 39:07|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Rafo Phoenix
||Date: August 19, 2010 at 2:14|
|Very Good Melodic Rock/AOR, Lea Hart! a Legend! Don't Talk & Are You Ready 2 of my favs from the OST "Revenge Of The Nerds", "She Don't Wanna Know & We've Only Tonight" my next favourites! 85/100.
||Date: September 5, 2011 at 17:49|
|Are the both songs of the soundtrack that good to buy it? I can't find them in the net to listen to.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: September 5, 2011 at 20:20|
|AOR/Pop release with the marvellous and humble(i have had the chance to chat to him via facebook and the guy simply is great!!!)Lea Hart as a vocalist(he was part of the great Band Fastway too)...if you compare this release with their follow up with Sam Blue on vocals then we have 2 different sides of the coin...the one with Sam Blue is just a masterpiece of AOR,this one is just like a goodie one(but a very very very goodie one IMHO)...just more poppy(Fastway's "On Target" could be a comparison???)...about the songs,my faves are "Don't Talk","She Don't Wanna Know","Dead Lovers"( ),"Talk To Me" & "Are You Ready"( )...enjoyable stuff...85/100
||Date: October 17, 2011 at 7:40|
|Lea Hart is a MAN??????? Hua..Hua..Hua.. (to say the least)
||Date: October 17, 2011 at 7:49|
|I like the little jamaikan feel of "Stop breaking my heart" & "Don't go" the most as well as the hi tech attitude of "We've only tonight" & "Dead lovers" Again "Stop..." is really cool, isn't it -----To sum up: Not the typically AOR or Melodic Rock album, you need spins to get into it, but at last not a bad one indeed.
||Date: December 16, 2012 at 18:05|
|Splendid album from start to finish. "Don't Talk", "She Don't Wanna Know", "stop...breaking me up", and "are you ready?" are stand out tracks for me. No filler in this album. Second album decent, but both are in my eyes very different AOR sounds.
|From: hair metal again
||Date: February 7, 2017 at 14:41|
|excellent & unique debut for YA YA ,which blends elements from hard rock,new wave,power pop and even disco music!Lea Hart is one of the most brilliant songwriters around and somehow his way is very easily recognized!"don t talk" ,'dead lovers" are sensational songs ,but the rest also are quite enjoyable!
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