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Artist: Mr. Mister

Title: Go On

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Category: Lite AOR

Year: 1987

Label: RCA Records

Catalog Number: 6276-2-R

Personnel

Richard Page lead vocals, bass
Steve George keyboards, soprano sax, vocals
Steve Farris guitar
Pat Mastelotto drums

Tracks

1.  Stand and Deliver  
2.  Healing Waters  
3.  Dust  
4.  Something Real (Inside Me/Inside You)  
5.  The Tube  
6.  Bare My Soul  
7.  Control  
8.  Watching the World  
9.  Power Over Me  
10.  Man of a Thousand Dances  
11.  The Border  

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From: Jez Date: January 29, 2003 at 9:00
Mega follow up to 'Welcome To The Real World' cd, although slightly darker and less commercial. Top class musicianship and production make this a must have for fans of Toto/ Westcoast.

From: Harvey Date: June 29, 2003 at 12:20
Superb! Why is the debut album " I Wear The Face" not on this site? Look out for bootlegs of the unreleased "Pull" album...excellent stuff.

From: todd root Date: January 13, 2004 at 21:57
this sophisticated follow-up album to Mr Mister's Real World is absolutely perfect! I was fortunate to record the mysterious PULL album at RCA's Japan record company. PULL is progg oriented but dynamic and great...but their third album GO ON stands alone.

From: Headbanger72 Date: January 31, 2004 at 18:45
I was shocked that this album was not more successful than it was, given how huge WTTRW was in 1985/1986. Definatley not as heavy as the previous album, but has some great songs on it. Found it in a $0.99 bin at Sam Goody in 1989.

From: Svenn69 Date: February 4, 2004 at 18:05
I must agree to what has been written about this album. even if "welcome..." was mr mister`s breaktrough," Go On" is an awsome album with fantastic melodies.I`m so lucky tho to have the "pull" album and it is a must for fans of Mr Mister

From: Davison Bullock Date: February 26, 2005 at 15:21
A life shaping album for me. A great, great album. My favourite band of all time. One of the best LPs in my AOR collection. A must have, great songs, musicianship everything is pure class!!! Do your yourself a favour and buy this. You will NOT regret it. Highly recommended along with I Wear the Face (superb pop/rock) and Welcome to The Real World (words fail me on how good this is). Also highly recommend Richard Pages solo album.

From: JF Date: April 27, 2006 at 20:28
Un buen disco pero que adolece de una cancion que lograra el exito de broken o Kyrie. Este esta mas orientado al wescoast y quizas ese fue el problema. L que si me disgusta es el trabajo de Steve Farris practicamente ni se siente. Es verdad no es grupo de hard rock pero se nota que puede demostrar mucho mas. Tengo el disco PULL y no entiendo como ningina compaņia se atreve a editarlo. A pesar que no esta Farris realmente el sonido sigue igual aunque ya no tan wescoast

From: JF Date: April 27, 2006 at 20:30
Mi favotira de PULL, Belong To No One. Que esperan las compaņias. Otra gran injusticia.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: September 30, 2006 at 22:16
El primero es mejor que este de lejos(ambos de diferentes estilos) aca entran mas en plan Westcoast pero no un buen Westcoast como hay tantas bandas esto es aburrido, "Watching the World" es lo mejor el resto mejor ni hablar, es de esos albums que escuchas una vez y despues lo dejas en el olvido y no dan ganas de ponerlo nunca mas en mi caso, eso es exactamente lo que pasa con los albums que salen ahora "la mayoria", a diferencia de los 80's habian pocos que aburrian y la mayoria gustaban 5/10

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: September 30, 2006 at 22:32
Y sobre su album Pull que fue grabado por el 88-89 fue editado el 99 por Stencil Records, anda casi en las mismas lineas en estilo a este pero de mejor mucho mejor nivel y con temas que dan ganas de escuchar de los cuales "Like Rain Falling" es mi favorita como para un 7.5/10.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 15, 2007 at 21:16
En mi caso es todo lo contrario,me encanta este album!!!.Es simplemente un album de Westcoast sin mucha pretencion pero con su gancho necesario.La cancion "Something Real"fue incluida en la pelicula titulada "Young blood" protagonizada por Rob Lowe en los 80's.

From: z4roxx Date: March 16, 2008 at 13:31
Very weak release,I had appreciated more their previous 2 works....

From: rick kerch vzla Date: January 16, 2011 at 19:49
I simply love this album ...very mature in composition or perhaps with a sophisticated feeling...great tracks 4 me are "Stand And Deliver","Healing Waters","Something Real(Inside Me/Inside You)","The Tube","Watching The World","Man Of A Thousand Dances" & "The Border"...anyway a mater of tastes...95/100


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