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Label: Solid Gold (Canada)
Catalog Number: SGR-CD-41020
|1.||Girls Night Out|
|2.||All I Need|
|3.||Ready To Make Up|
|5.||Talk To Me|
|6.||All Night Love Affair|
|7.||When Can I See You Again|
|8.||Don't Give Me the Once Over|
|10.||Who's Your Lover|
|11.||What About Love bonus track|
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|From: Jez||Date: December 8, 2004 at 14:06|
|Album number 4 and the final Toronto album proper (not including the Holly Woods & Toronto release). Slightly lighter/keyboard dominated than the previous 3 releases, but still a great album. Lots of recommended tracks on this, 'Talk To Me' 'Standing In' 'When Can I See You Again' and'Don't Give Me The Once Over' being my picks. Finally issued on cd for the first time with the bonus track 'What About Love', which has already been released as a bonus track on the' Get It On Credit' re-issue.|
|From: Nick C||Date: December 9, 2004 at 8:37|
|Ahh! Toronto were an excellent band...Even though to me this is their weakest release it is still damn good! Barry Connors played on the Coney Hatch album Friction. I think Jez pretty much sums it up! The original vinyl version came with a 3D sleeve and 3D glasses to view it with. I wore them in the street as I thought it was cool!! Doh!|
|From: Blaine||Date: December 13, 2004 at 19:20|
|Please don't give me no flack for this, you guys. Shania Twain does an excellent cover of "Don't Give Me The Once Over". I have all Toronto CDs except 'Get It On Credit' which was my least favorite album by the band and the answer had to do with the producer Steve Smith. There was friction between the band and Smith on that one. Read liner notes. 'Get It On Credit' has some good songs, but the rest of it didn't hold up for me. If others like it, then fine. I won't give anyone flack for that.|
|From: AOR freaky||Date: January 16, 2005 at 11:17|
|Just listened to their albums again, and this one is IMO by far the best. I just find that the keys are more dominant on this one ! Great, catchy AOR/party rock !|
|From: Real rock fan||Date: January 22, 2008 at 16:44|
|Certainly the weakest of the 4 "Toronto" albums but still pretty good.|
|From: Kim HP||Date: October 2, 2008 at 18:36|
|This is a very good female-fronted AOR album, even better than Heart's 85 album. A strong set of tunes, highlighted by the AOR excellence of "When Can I See You Again" and the Stan Meissner-penned "Don't Give Me The Once Over". It's also nice to hear the original version of Heart's superhit "What About Love".Tracks 9 and 10 are a bit weak, but overall this is highly recommended stuff.|
|From: KurtmanJP||Date: October 9, 2008 at 21:03|
|Picture a mix of Quarterflash and Tindrum (Drums Of War) and this is what you'll get. "Talk To Me" and "When Can I See You Again" are the most killer tracks here but the rest is also very good. "Those Eyes" starts off excellent but gives way to a rather lackluster chorus.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: September 7, 2011 at 21:40|
|Ummm...good album but not a killer one IMHO..."All I Need" could have been performed by Laura Branigan(r.i.p.)easily... "Ready To Make Up" is another goodie and my 2 personal faves are "Standing In" & "When Can I See You Again"...i own the vinyl so i don't know how the bonus track sounds like...70/100|
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