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Artist: Dream Police

Title: Messing With The Blues

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Category: Melodic Hard Rock

Year: 1991

Label: Columbia

Catalog Number: COL469104

Personnel

Odd Rene Andersen Vocals, Harmonica
Trond Holter Guitar
Rino Johannessen Bass
Ole Petter Hansen Drums
Lasse Hafreager Organ
Leif Digernes Backing Vocals

Tracks

1.  Look For A Lover  
2.  Bad Bad Bad  
3.  It's Only Love  
4.  Communication  
5.  Don't Let Go  
6.  Brand New Car  
7.  Down On Your Luck  
8.  So Damned Lonely  
9.  In The Monkey Hour  
10.  Woke Up This Morning  
11.  No More Lies  

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From: Jez Date: September 17, 2004 at 14:01
Excellent follow up to a mighty fine debut. As i said before for the debut, this lot really were one of the best Scandi bands around and deserved a hell of a lot more than they got (Sweet F*ck All)compared to some of the crap that was coming out at the time. Mighty fine indeed.

From: Geoff Date: September 19, 2004 at 1:43
I still really like this band, but unfortunately this is not even a scratch on the debut. As the title suggests, they messed with the blues and IMO, didn't quite pull it off. There is one killer hard rocker in the style of the debut - is it 'Don't let go'? I forget. I've heard the debut a hundred times because I love it, heard this a couple of times because it just doesn't do it for me. I'll take Great White's blues over this. Still, awesome band.

From: M. Allen Date: September 20, 2004 at 12:49
Anyone who heard this band's debut and hoped for the same quality on the 2nd CD will be bummed. These guys should be arrested for messin' with da bluez! Seriously, while this isn't as good as the debut, taken on its own terms, it's a decent dose of bluesy melodic hard rock, with enough hooks & harmonies to satisfy, but overall, this album can't help but fall short when compared to the stellar debut. I'll listen to the debut 10 times a year...this is lucky to hit my player once every 12 months.

From: SCANDI Date: June 19, 2005 at 7:14
This has a bluesy touch reminding me of BLACK CAT MOAN, a bit of B-JOE, ROUGH DIAMONDS, even TORBEN SCHMIDT solo; however the best comparation I have is MERZY. Especially "Look for a lover" but also "Bad, bad, bad" & "In the monkey hour" are actually really great hard rocker while "No more lies" is a quite nice little ballad. So if you like above mentioned bands grab it! By the way, I don't think the difference to their first album is too huge..

From: MHR Date: September 26, 2009 at 19:06
COOL ROCK ALBUM

From: halfordhughes Date: March 28, 2011 at 5:17
this is Excellent bluesy album!!! must have this for bluesy rock fans!

From: elljam Date: May 8, 2012 at 10:29
Doesn't have the the real killer choruses as was the case on the debut but this is still very good. These guys are a quality act & while this is much more of a blues rock affair, to my ears they've pulled it off really well. "Bad bad bad", "Brand new car", "So damned lonely" & "Woke up this morning" are up there in the Great White, Thunder & Whitesnake class of hard blues rock

From: hair metal again Date: October 10, 2017 at 3:46
excellent 2nd step for the great DREAM POLICE from Norway and surely in that case its our(the fans) fault that this act didnt succeed!guitar driven ,catchy,commercial hard rock music with many hooks and a smooth easy vibe all over!all the songs are remarkable ,but not any big hits really..."communication","look for a lover","down on your luck" and "it s only love" are the highlights of this one!91 was a great year for the hard rock genre and DREAM POLICE was no exception

From: 123charpenay Date: October 21, 2017 at 15:12
their first effort was a little raw and a little too much bluesy for me.here it s an overdose of blues.absoluty not for me.


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