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SHOW-YA Touch The Sun JAPAN CD CCR-95515 1995 OBI
SHOW-YA Touch The Sun JAPAN CD CCR-95515 1995 OBI
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Show-Ya / Touch The Sun JAPAN Steffanie CCR-95515 A7
Show-Ya / Touch The Sun JAPAN Steffanie CCR-95515 A7
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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1994

Label: Creedence Records (Japan)

Catalog Number: CCR-95515

Average Rating: 71 / 100 (4 ratings)

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Personnel
Steffanie Borges lead and backing vocals
Miki Nakamura organ, synthesizers, backing vocals
Miki Igarashi guitar, guitar synth, backing vocals
Miki Tsunoda drums
Satomi Senba bass
Tracks
1.  Echo Thru the Night  5:16
2.  Little Miss Dangerous  3:05
3.  Who Are You?  4:21
4.  Dream  3:41
5.  Don't Wanna Talk About It  5:20
6.  Somebody  4:37
7.  Show-Ya Rock  5:29
8.  Touch the Sun  5:41
  
Total Running Time:  37:30

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From: Jonny_B Date: December 14, 2004 at 13:04
The only all-English Show-Ya release is also their most average album musically speaking. IMO, the music is more important than the language it's sung in. Look for the other Show-Ya titles and avoid this one altogether.

From: JarWi Date: December 11, 2005 at 10:32
Hm, Steffanie has a sweet voice and can hold a candle to her predecessor but the album is rather lame, as Jonny said. Mark a change of style - rockin' tunes are gone, except for the opener, replaced by average poppy stuff. If you have a choice, get some of their former albums instead of this 1.

From: JonniJigolo Date: December 30, 2008 at 11:42
My favourite vocalist, one of my top-3 guitar players and the only keyboard player I can ever remember...Can you imagine how much I wanted to love this? Steffanie's solo albums were awesome ("Hideaway" is one of my all-time favourite albums), I love Show-Ya, but this doesn't sound like either. It just doesn't mix: eight tracks, three of which are ballads that all sound the same ("Dream", "Somebody" and the title track), "Show-Ya Rock" goes nowhere and "Little Miss Dangerous" is a desperate attampt at an edgy single. "Who Are You?" was fine until the outro with all the F-bombs thrown in...again it came across as an attempt to sound edgy. I can understand that the 80's were over and they were competing with Grunge/Alternative Rock, but stick to what you're good at...and this wasn't it. "Echo Thru The Night" is the only really decent track on here, and is a little more in the old Show-Ya groove. "Don't Wanna Talk About It" isn't bad either, although I prefer Steffanie's original demo...


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