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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Justin (Canada)
Catalog Number: JED-18
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Peter Tanner lead vocals, backing vocals|
Many Maurer lead guitars
Tony Castell guitars, vocals
Fernando Von Arb bass, acoustic guitars
Peter Haas drums, percussion
|1. ||Stampede ||4:40|
|2. ||Electric Man ||5:23|
|3. ||Rock 'N Roll Gypsy ||4:34|
|4. ||Shotgun Boogie ||5:24|
|5. ||Nova-Zano ||6:28|
|6. ||Street Love ||4:32|
|7. ||Good Times ||4:43|
|8. ||She Drives Me Crazy ||5:15|
|9. ||In The Heat Of The Night ||7:02|
|10. ||Rhythm Of Love ||5:23|
|11. ||Wasteland ||7:08|
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|Total Running Time:|| 60:32|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Blue Tequila
||Date: May 26, 2003 at 16:49|
|Album covers for this and Round 13 have been posted in the cover art forum.
||Date: May 26, 2003 at 18:15|
|Very good album, specialy the first song STAMPEDE. Sometimes it even sound like ACCEPT. Very fast song and pure 80s. The rest of the album is more like tipical KROKUS. Not their best album of course but far better then ROUND 13 in my opinion, even if the ex-PERSIAN RISK singer does a good job on that album.
|From: Blue Tequila
||Date: May 26, 2003 at 22:02|
|Wow...they trade in a Bon Scott for a Brian Johnson model on this album. Obviously not on par with the earlier albums but yeah it is better than Round 13. Stampede really kicks this album off in high gear. Nova-Zano & Rhythm of Love are cool songs. Track 9 shows why AC/DC doesn't do ballads, his voice on the slow parts of that song makes me cringe.
|From: M. Allen
||Date: May 30, 2003 at 17:46|
|Listening to this album won't make you want to choke the living crap out of the person you purchased it from, but neither is it apt to make you want to kiss that person on the mouth, either. (Unless, of course, that person happens to be Anna Kournikova.) It's better than "Round 13," as others have mentioned, but not as good as "To Rock or Not to Be." Still, it's more enjoyable than being crushed by a herd of stampeding elephants...
||Date: May 31, 2003 at 8:30|
|M.Allen.....Anna Kournikova? There's a little town of about 100,000 2 hours from Kiev called Cherkasy...it's 7 females to every male. Anna may be hot in the States but she wouldn't crack the top 50% here. Really Keep rockin dude....enjoy reading your posts.
||Date: December 18, 2004 at 14:57|
|I liked some songs on this cd. Specially the title track...it rocks!
||Date: December 23, 2004 at 22:40|
|I heard Ballroom Blitz before and thought it blew goats. A pop rock song that was gay. I couldn't believe this was the same band that recorded that crapola. This cd sounds like Judas Priest lots of pumped up rock and roll songs and the singer sounds alot like Rob Halford. the first track Stampede could be mistaken for power metal. Get this cd and forget the sugar coat crapola of earlier cds.
|From: Metal T
||Date: August 27, 2008 at 18:57|
|Avoided getting this disc until like six years after it came out...Storace wasn't at the helm and Fernando moved over to bass so i figured-Whats the point?.Glad i eventually did because it wasn't too awfuly bad.Peter Tanner's vox kinda sound cross between Ted Bullet(Thunderhead)and Brian Johnson.The title track,"Electric Man" and "Street Love" rock hard.Especially like the lead Manny Maurer (ex-Killer)pulls off in "Good Times".
||Date: August 5, 2010 at 5:14|
|i just got this today as a double cd with to rock or not to be like the later better but this is very good too thought it was a judas priestish in the first 2 songs but then it cranks back to good rock and rolli always thought marc storace sounded a bit like bon scott but he dead set sounds like brian johnson here best songs are stampede,electric man,rock and roll gypsy,shotgun boogie,nova-zano,times,she drives me crazy and rythym of love
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