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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: February 16, 2003 at 7:19|
|I like this one but it didn't overwhelm me -about the same effect as Double D. It has some good tunes but it's not among my fav's.
||Date: April 18, 2003 at 16:31|
|I think this is a good CD! Somewhat original sound, in my opinion. Favourite song: "Bright Lights".
||Date: August 7, 2003 at 6:02|
|za za - party with the big boyz is imho one of the coolest melodic hard rock glam cds to ever get released. the production sucks but everything else is super ! did anyone get their "just get it" demo, feat amazing early verions of a few cuts that mad the album, just listen to wild n' forever and you'll know what glam should is all about,talk aout the good times. i wish za za made a few more albums. from australia, firstname.lastname@example.org
||Date: August 26, 2003 at 15:14|
|I love this CD! I can't find it anywhere and I can never seem to get it in the rare occassion it comes up on Ebay. I hope I can find it one day though because its really a great CD. Well written and diverse musically. Very noteable effort from a band that probably should have been much bigger than it was.
||Date: November 12, 2003 at 13:24|
|just heard 'wild and forever' on my carstereo..cool song from a cool band. i didn't realize till now it's the same vocalist as double d.
||Date: January 4, 2004 at 21:09|
|"Indie this and indie that!" That word has lost a lot of it's meaning to me, as anxious (and apparently wealthy) collectors line up to pay big bucks for the next undiscovered thing that every seller says is supposed to be really great. ZaZa manages to more than pass inspection. For an indie, this thing has a huge sound and recalls some of the biggest choruses I can remember on any cd. Think of every generic hair band out there and add 1 part each Blue Tears and Babylon A.D. for vocals! Yummy!
||Date: February 24, 2004 at 16:48|
|This indie is one of the very best, in my opinion. I can't thank TIM enough for this one. (Any more not-so-overwhelming CDs you wanna get rid of, buddy? haha) Okay, production is a bit weak, but the songs are among the best I've heard on the indie market. Warm, summery chrouses and lots of energy make this on par with Jamilya, Know Illusion and others. Good stuff, well recommended.
||Date: August 16, 2004 at 2:17|
|I really quite like this one too. Although not amazing, I do believe it to be miles better than Double D. Not amazing by any means, but there are some very cool commercial hard rock songs on display here and although I'd never pay original prices for it, my CDR sounds great. 7/10
||Date: September 8, 2004 at 5:57|
|good time rock n roll.party!!party!!although not sounding like sha boom and helter skelter.this is in the same fun sound.very catchy.glad i got it!!!!
||Date: February 10, 2005 at 14:46|
|I think that's an essential and must have release from Neil and Co.,unfortunately the production don't give the right justice to this cd,marvellous and catchy at the top,IMO.I'm searchin'the first Zaza release from 1988 but I think there's only on vynil....Neil:when you press that one on cd??????
||Date: February 20, 2005 at 22:53|
|I Agree With Jessica's Comments...Excellent Party Rock N Roll...Lots Of Catchy Tunes..I Didn't Really Pay Much For My Cd If I Can Remember..Money Deffinatly Well Spent However..In Reply To Z4roxx I Think The 1st Album By ZAZA - Just Get It, I Think Was Released On Cd By Pazaz Records...
||Date: February 21, 2005 at 0:10|
|Thanx for info but...I never heard/seen of it on cd??Did you see it on cd somewhere?
||Date: February 21, 2005 at 1:39|
|Sorry z4roxx, been out of the loop on this one, but I actually have a CDR of the debut, 'Just get it!!!' These guys are one of those bands where if you love this you'll love the debut - it's just as good, and to be honest I actually prefer the debut. It has a killer version of 'Maybe tomorrow', (Same song as found on the Double D CD). My version is definately copied from CD, not LP and was released in 1989 on Pazaz Records.
||Date: February 23, 2005 at 21:31|
|Good news Geoff,but I think it's nearly impossible to get the debut in original cd,never heard/seen it anywhere!What a strange coincidence,I listened again some minutes ago the Double D cd,well I like some songs with a decent arrangement but any remarkable song or tunes,very very average to me...
|From: Manichino bravo
||Date: February 23, 2005 at 22:37|
|Orietto,per favore prova a cercare sotto il letto o nella cassaforte per vedere se trovi il debut cd di sti 4 straccioni melodici degli Zaza...eeehhh pensavo che esistesse solo in vinile"just get it!"ed invece c'è su cd....provi a guardare nell'immondizia??Thanxxxx dupes!
|From: C.J Scheck
||Date: March 28, 2005 at 8:23|
|ZAZA is a GREAT band! Neil Zaza is a guitar God! If anyone has any live video's of the band please write me. This band is great in the studio, BUT even better live! A little note for the people who REALLy like the band ZAZA. Neil Zaza has alot of cool solo CD's. Stick E. (Scott K.) the drummer is in a GREAT band called Last December and Catch 22. David Dennis (the voice) is also the voice in a band called Still Alive. Thommie Sche' (keys) has a solo cd as well. write me: email@example.com
|From: rocker x
||Date: March 28, 2005 at 23:00|
|ZaZa are one of favourite melodic rock bands, sorely missed!
||Date: December 24, 2006 at 23:42|
|aaaah mu buenos, que melodias, tremendas canciones, que perfeccion, recomendado, no los pierdas, para mi clasicos......
|From: Rafo Phoenix
||Date: March 11, 2007 at 10:35|
|Very Good Melodic Hard Rock, tanto este como su anterior disco estan al mismo nivel un Hard Melodico alegre tipo Sha-Boom el punto bajo de la banda es el cantante pero es mejor que muchos maletas que otros consideran buenos en estilo son muy buenos y la mayor parte del disco consta de buenismos cortes 8.5/10
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: November 1, 2010 at 14:47|
|Great album!!! ...plenty of nice songs with a Hard Rock/AOR vibe....good vocals courtesy of Mr David Dennis and a good guitar player in Neil Zaza..the rest of the musicians are really worth too...fave tracks are "Bright Lights","Wild And Forever","Lonely No More"(AOR!,this one is the best track of the album IMO)& "Carolyn"...then another good shots are "Hungry For Emotion","Where Are You"(this one is a great semi-ballad with a nice chorus),"Party With The Big Boys" ,"Oops"(wonderful guitar solo instrumental,Zaza is a hell of a guitar player! ) ,"Attitude" catchy & "Can't Stop Rocking" guess what?...rocks!!!...a round album that covers all our expectatives...92/100
||Date: April 7, 2011 at 13:39|
|Great album this. David Dennis has a unique voice and Neil Zaza is a shred master so obviously they're going to produce some great tracks. Bright Lights, Hungry For Emotion, Wild And Forever, Attitude (Hey You!), Can't Stop Rockin' and the fantastic closing ballad Carolyn make this a must for any melodic hard rock fan.
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