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DOMINOE Keep In Touch 1988 GERMANY ORIGINAL RCA CD 2
DOMINOE Keep In Touch 1988 GERMANY ORIGINAL RCA CD 2
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DOMINOE Keep In Touch 1988 GERMANY ORIGINAL RCA CD
DOMINOE Keep In Touch 1988 GERMANY ORIGINAL RCA CD
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Dominoe ‎– Keep In Touch CD (2007 Germany) Membran Music Ltd. ‎– 231549
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Dominoe

Keep in Touch

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Category: AOR

Year: 1988

Label: RCA (Germany)

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Average Rating: 83 / 100 (22 ratings)

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Personnel
Jorg Sieber vocals
Robert Papst guitar
Fred Neudert bass
Johnny Rohde keyboards
Angie Buchzyk keyboards, vocals
Rick Schulz drums
Jochen Proske sax
Grehard Schleifer additional guitar
Johnny Szonell additional guitar
Willy Mertl bells
Heinz Freudiger backing vocals
Tracks
1.  The Approach  
2.  Family Man  
3.  Gettin' Hot  
4.  I Don't Know  
5.  The Dice  
6.  Here I Am  
7.  Let's Talk About Life  
8.  Miracle  
9.  Touch  
10.  The Friend  
11.  No More Lies  
12.  The End  
13.  Here I Am Maxi Version  
14.  Let's Talk About Life Maxi Version  

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From: peter poland Date: November 25, 2004 at 10:04
Nice 80s AOR album with typical 80s mood and some hi-tech elements. Check out also ''the key'' album

From: SnakeBuckle Date: December 6, 2004 at 13:57
Oh my God! How can this just now be getting on the site!? Huge 80's melodic AOR, both Dominoe cds are must haves! I remember spending a whopping $35 for this back in '95 and thought I broke the bank. Worth every penny! May sell for more now, but absolutely unbelievable music! Check this one out soon and please get their other cd too, "The Key"!

From: Christine Date: December 8, 2004 at 15:04
SnakeBuckle, titles don't show up here until someone submits them. There's way too many releases out there for Dan & the moderators to search for them all. So if there's something in your collection that you think belongs here, by all means submit it. Just do us a favor... pick one name and stick with it! How many so far, Whiplash... 9?

From: Gabi Date: February 9, 2005 at 13:33
Grupo interesantsimo de AOR con pinceladas de hi-tech. Tal vez lo recordeis por el megahit "Here I Am". El resto de las canciones del cd no slo acompaa a esta magnifica, sino que la complementa. Merece escucharlos. ;D

From: Sean Date: February 25, 2005 at 10:23
Best keyboard album in the world!!!!!!!!!!!

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From: Jez Date: February 26, 2005 at 9:28
Like a few people here at HH, I like quite a lot of the Lite/Hi-Tech (call it what you will) AOR stuff that gets released, and spend many an hour listening to all things 'Fluffy'. This though is 3rd rate, insipid stuff, when played along side some others of the genre. Someone mentioned Balless in reviewing another band -well that definately applies to this one. In fact it is lacking alot of other things aswell. Spend your $40+ that you will pay for this, on something more deserving of your time.

From: Geoff Date: March 5, 2005 at 4:41
Yeah, this is very lite... a bit to much for my likings, but I don't mind this stuff. Probably prefer it to a lot of AOR out there actually. Decent, and 'Here I am' is a cool track.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: March 6, 2005 at 9:24
This is a killer AOR/Hi-Tech album, si seores una joyasa del AOR con toques Hi-Tech, teclados a monton(extragalacticos), guitarras magicas y una bateria contundente, el tipo de AOR de peliculas de los 80, simplemente magico y genial, temazos como Here I Am, Gettin' Hot, The Dice, Family Man, Let's Talk About Life, Miracle, The Friend, No More Lies catapultan este album como joya absoluta del AOR, asi que este clasico no puede faltar en tu coleccion, BUY OR DIE, CLASSICCC!!!!!.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: March 15, 2005 at 21:07
Hey Jez this album is great, for me is a real winner in the AOR/Hi-Tech Scene. No hagan caso a los comentarios de Jez, seores estan ante un buen album con sonido 80 100% = calidad total, un disco que no debe faltar en tu coleccion. este grupo no hace el clasico AOR como Journey, Survivor o Aviator por poner un ejemplo, tal vez porque tengan tambien unos toques Pop y no guste mucho a los mas fanaticos del AOR puro, pero tienen su propio estilo, saquen uds sus propias conclusiones.

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From: Jez Date: March 16, 2005 at 13:08
Rafo - Doesn't do it for me i'm afraid, but as long as your happy.

From: Nanteau Date: April 21, 2005 at 13:40
Indeed it's one of the best german AOR albums. They are not too far away from SKAGARACK, even their singer similar voice if you got imagination Best songs are of course the mighty "Here I am" (please take me back to that time...), "Let's talk about life" & the ballad "I don't know". However, songs like "Miracle" are not far behind. Some songs are more melodicrock ("Family man" e.g.), others more hi-tech driven ("Gettin' hot", "The dice", "The friend" e.g.). 8,4/10

From: robert Date: April 21, 2005 at 19:48
Q Maraviya como suenan las teclas en este disco d AOR puro... Champis Amigo, como es q no lo has comentado todavia? Tu eres el puto amo d las teclas!! Saludos!!

From: 9 CHAMPIONS A 1 Date: April 26, 2005 at 5:02
Robert,no lo habia comentado aqui por q como te pusiste a hacer publicidad de Roqeinlles.com y tengo una review hecha alli de este disco pues ya mejor q entren y la miren alli aunq la he estado leyendo y veo que ese dia no me explay demasiado,seguramente fue el dia q al Sevilla le robasteis el partido con los 4 penaltis q no se sealaron y del rebote se me quitaron un tanto las ganas de comentar uno de mis discos favoritos de siempre.IRREPETIBLE.9/10

From: 9 CHAMPIONS A 1 Date: April 26, 2005 at 5:18
Por cierto ese comienzo teclero de "Let's Talk About Life" esta extraido del famoso tema "Big In Japan" de la banda de techno Alphaville.El disco donde venia incluido ese tema era bastante bueno ("Forever Young") q por otro lado es el nico q me gusta de ellos.

From: The Dolphin Date: April 26, 2005 at 16:09
Keyboard rules here!Amazing songs on this one."Here I am" stamps in my head!The intro of "Let's talk about life"reminds me the intro of Big in Japan of Alphaville 80s pop band.

From: Nanteau Date: April 27, 2005 at 13:31
Yeah.. i think your comparation is right ! And, of course, i know ALPHAVILLE and really like them, especially their live album STARK NAKED (highly recommended !!) In fact, it's a very short step from Hi-Tech AOR to Synthpop like that

From: TONI MALLORCA Date: December 17, 2005 at 13:48
BUEN DISCO EL DE ESTOS ALEMANES,EN LA MISMA LINEA QUE SUS COMPATRIOTAS FREIHEIT

From: hernanHRM/AOR Date: May 15, 2006 at 19:18
Que albun espectacularsin duda los teclados le dan vida a todos los albunes este es uno, y me encanta todo el trabajo el sonido, temas como "here I am y Let's Talk About Life" pues no tengo favoritos todo el albun esta fantastico con ese tipico clasico 80's

From: juan carlos Date: May 27, 2006 at 0:17
Excelente combinacin de AOR con super-teclados y sintetizadores al mximo y temas super alegres por decirlo menos. A mi personalmente me gusta el estilo de este disco, no lo veo nada malo aunque claro tampoco lo pondra como joya del AOR. Mis favoritas son la 2,4,5, y 10 pero a no confundirse pues es un album completsimo mejor si te va esto del Hi-tech AOR que no es de mis preferidas pero este album es el estandar a lo que debera ser un album de Hi-Tech completo. Muy bueno. 9/10

From: lalorock Date: July 10, 2006 at 21:35
grandioso album de los Dominoe donde predominan los teclados, sintetizadores y unas melodas que te envuelven cuando lo escuchas por primera vez, la voz me recuerda al cantante de los suecos gypsy rose, posee unas canciones exelentes tales como family man, gettinhot, i dont know exelente balada, las memorables here i am y lets talk about life que se repiten en versin maxi single, en general no tiene ningn desperdicio, exelente disco con ese toque hi tech aor como dicen por arriba. 9/10

From: POTENTE Date: December 7, 2006 at 17:12
A must have.Period - 10/10

From: Japangea Date: May 19, 2007 at 1:54
Japanese issue is with the different cover.

From: juan carlos Date: August 4, 2007 at 11:38
Por fin y recien salido del horno me llega esta re-edicin 2007 de un Ya clsico del Hi-Tech AOR y a un precio realmente como debera ser, ya no mas sumas elevadas. 79 minutos de Dominoe! 14 temas + 5 Bonustracks. Vale realmente la pena el tenerlo. Por cierto, dando a elegir solo un tema del disco pues me quedo con "The Friend". Saludos. 9/10

From: hernanHRM/AOR Date: October 25, 2007 at 0:36
Otra vez dando una vuelta por uno de mis bandas favoritas solo queda decir que Dominoe es magia.. Tremenda Obra maestra.. a comentar este tremendo albun y a escuchar "No More Lies" muy simpatico y "The Friend" en sii todo el abun esta tan completo es magico..10/10

From: YIRO Date: November 20, 2007 at 22:48
Este es un verdadero grupazo donde quiera que estn. Como ya se ha dicho, AOR con muchos toques Hi Tech. Muchos teclados, algunos toques Pop y la voz rasgada y aguda de Jorg Sieber son los elementos principales en temas como "Here I Am", "Lets Talk ABout Life" y "No More Lies". Me parece que si te gustan bandas como VAN ZANT, BEAU GESTE, PROTOTYPE y VIRGINIA WOLF, este disco no decepcionar, aunque me parece que su siguiente "The Key" es todava mejor!

From: KurtmanJP Date: October 13, 2008 at 12:32
Excellent hi-tech AOR album. WAY better than Balanx by a long shot. "Family Man" "Here I Am" and "Miracle" are my favorites and so is "No More Lies" (In a super-poppy, guilty pleasure way). Picture Dan Lucas gone hi-tech AOR and this is what you'd probably get. Not a filler here. On a side note, I think the flag should be changed from American to German. Isn't Dominoe a German band?

From: newscandi Date: October 16, 2008 at 17:50
sure it's german

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 26, 2010 at 19:17
Wow what do we have here..a fanstastic release indeed..the kind of album that u could easily listen as many times as u want and everytime you do so it sounds as fresh as a cold beer!..anyway to the point...nice intro before hitting "Family Man" a good song,a good chorus,"Gettin' Hot" is cool too and "I Don't Know" is a nice ballad,"The Dice" is a very good track and "Here I Am" is a typical sing along song,this one has a great chorus and musically talking a good composition,definetely a highlight then comes "Let's Talk About Life" which is a goodie and another highlight is "Miracle" a killer ballad is next "Touch","The Friend" lead us into the high-tech territory,"No More Lies" is wonderful and "The End" is an emotive epilogue..the 2 maxi versions are just adittional..in general lines a great album..Jojo fans will love this as Jorg Sieber's vocal tone is sometimes ala Robby Musenbichler..92/100

From: z4roxx Date: April 26, 2010 at 13:43
I am not a big aor expert but this band it's maybe the best out from Germany ever in style.Awesome aor,also the second disc "The Key" was excellent(payed a lot years ago on ebay...).Regards!

From: z4roxx Date: April 28, 2010 at 13:53
Let's listen to "The Friend":it's maybe the greatest aor song ever heard.It's evident in that song how Sha-Boom has been inspired in their second disc.Dominoe one of the best ever.


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