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Artist: Baby Animals

Title: Baby Animals

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Category: AOR

Year: 1991

Label: Imago Records (Australia)

Catalog Number: 72787 23010-2

Personnel

Suze Demarchi lead vocals, guitar
Dave Leslie (Rankin) guitars
Eddie Parise bass
Frank Celenza drums

Tracks

1.  Rush You  4:10
2.  Early Warning  3:56
3.  Painless  3:41
4.  Make It End  4:03
5.  Big Time Friends  4:50
6.  Working for the Enemy  4:30
7.  One Word  3:56
8.  Break My Heart  4:02
9.  Waste of Time  3:35
10.  One Too Many  5:08
11.  Ain't Gonna Get  2:56
  
Total Running Time:  44:47

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Kimbo Date: December 12, 2003 at 1:01
I saw the Baby Animals three times (one was support for the Screaming Jets) in the early 90's and they rocked. This album is truly one of the greats of that era. I believe Suzy DeMarchi is going to be the new lead singer of INXS. Rock on.

From: tomcat Date: December 22, 2003 at 21:14
excellent cd..i think baby animals never had the recognition world wide they truly deserved cos they released two excellent cds.. favorite song: one word

From: Date: July 21, 2004 at 2:39
i was 15 when i heard this and all i remember is listening to my then girlfriend chanting at me, "YOU AINT GONNA GET NO LOVE TONIGHT" lol. not a dud on this album. They certainly don't make 'em like this anymore.

From: Aussie Dave Date: March 8, 2005 at 23:08
What a great cd this was. Couldn't quite match it on the next album though. But this is a great aussie rock album. Led by Suze Demarchi, who went on to marry Nuno Bettencourt from Extreme fame. 3 huge singles Rush You, Early Warning and One Word. If you love any rock n roll from down under, add this to your collection, you wont be dissapointed. 8/10....

From: Geoff Date: March 9, 2005 at 2:11
This is a pretty cool disc. My mate used to play it in his car all the time. 'Early Warning' is very cool hard rock, 'Painless' is an awesome ballad, 'Make It End' is good pop rock, 'Working for the Enemy' is great and home to an awesome riff, 'One Word' is a highlight of the disc and a great commercial hard rocker (big single down here in Australia), 'Break My Heart' is another sensational ballad. Overall a few fillers, but a very good band.

From: ArnoldLancelot Date: August 2, 2005 at 13:02
Guys I'm sorry but I do not agree with you. To all of you who don't know thi cd beware: THIS IS NOT, I REPEAT THIS IS NOT AOR!!!!! You can call it rock n' roll(voice aside probably as a bad copy of bruce Springsteen!), rock,(sometimes I've felt even a grunge vibe on guitars!!)I really wouldn't say. And of course with ZERO, I REPEAT ZERO KEYBOARDS!!(not even a guest musician!); in my personal opinion, stay away from this one if you're looking somethig AOR or melodic rock alike.

From: Joshy St. Jaimz Date: October 18, 2005 at 6:50
Definitely not AOR, much closer to hard rock this one. I think everybody in Australia has heard at least one Baby Animals track (a good thing). Big standouts are Rush You, Early Warning and One Word which were all over radio at the time. The rest of the album, well...tracks 4 and 11 are okay, but it's fair to say that some of this stuff can be classed as filler. But I will say that those three rockin' tunes make up for it though.

From: Melodiker Date: July 31, 2006 at 11:04
Buy it...sell it.......not my cup of tea.......

From: rick kerch vzla Date: December 22, 2006 at 20:01
This ain't aor!!!.This is more Alannah Myles kind of stuff."Early warning"is quite a good song but the rest is forgeteable.

From: pie75 Date: March 1, 2009 at 4:22
ignore the comment the fool above me has made this is a great album nothing like alannah myles people this is the biggest selling debut album ever by an aussie band in australia and when you hear some of the great first up ausie albums that alone is quite impressive there's not a bad song on here though one word,break my heart and painless sre the stand outs haven't seen them live yet but i'm about 2 suze demachi what a voice

From: hair metal again Date: December 20, 2010 at 5:51
quite good hard rock release by BABY ANIMALS back in 91.not in a classic form ,but this is straight aussie hard rock sound with female vocs by suze.i d say its enjoyable all the way and my favs are "ain t gonna get","big time friends" and "make it end".ok release

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 12, 2011 at 20:10
Wow i jumped into false conclusions real fast after just one spin of the album back then when i bought it but now that i have decided to give it another listening i've found some nice rocking tracks in here...Suze De Marchi is such a lovely front woman...my favorites are "Early Warning","Rush You" & "One Too Many"... ones easily could be "Painless","Working For The Enemy" & "Break My Heart"...in general lines a pleasant album...as i wrote back in 2006,ala Alannah Myles kind of stuff...forgettable???..not really!!!...AOR...noooooo....Hard Rock with that particular aussie way,yes!!!...93/100


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