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Artist: Maxime

Title: Behave Yourself

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Category: Rock

Year: 1995

Label: Indie

Catalog Number: ?

Personnel

Klaus Kahlert guitar
Jurgen Detzel drums
Gunter Reibenweber keys
Heli Reibenweber vocals
Werner Haberstumpfl bass

Tracks

1.  Alcazar Part 1  
2.  Please Don't Cry  
3.  Rockin' In Jail  
4.  Backseat Driver's Destiny  
5.  Game Is Over  
6.  Suspicious Country  
7.  Behave Yourself  
8.  Girl In The Moon  
9.  Blues 91  
10.  You Belong To Me  
11.  Funky Stuff  
12.  Material Love  
13.  Alcazar Part 2  

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From: vandervelde Date: October 9, 2005 at 11:01
Half tracks are boring blues-rock songs(in exception of rather nice 3rd), and the rest(2,4,5,8,10) are from very good to awesome aor tracks. Track 10 is a Glen Burtnick's "Liitle Red House" with diffrent lyrics. Aside of boring blues stuff this is good record...all five aor songs are very good and worth to have it(Backseat Drivers is awesome).

From: oliver Date: July 24, 2006 at 15:20
Great Melodic rock from germany. Apart from very few fillers you can find killer melodic trax like "Backseat drivers destiny" and "Suspicious country" with catchy as hell chorusses/melodies and great keyboards. Real rare item but absolutely worth buying. 8,5/10

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: March 31, 2007 at 11:32
Good-Decent Melodic Hard Rock, hay mas MHR tambien temas Hard Rockeros algunas baladas un tanto desabridas el problema con esta banda es la voz de su cantante un poco desagradable ahora este disco es Ok tiene sus temas buenos "You Belong To Me" seria el punto alto y tambien sus aburrimientos no recomiendo este trabajo pero el anterior anterior... 6.5/10.

From: juan carlos Date: August 1, 2008 at 0:52
Partially i agree with vandervelde and oliver here, Good Bluesy/Funky/Rock AOR, well yep there are fillers(tracks 8,11,12,7 ..) but also Great AOR songs like "Game Is Over"(Beautiful Acoustic Ballad), "Suspicious Country", "Backseat Driver's Destiny", "You Belong To Me", and "Please Don't Cry". Just for these songs this album worth it. Recommended. 8/10


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