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Catalog Number: CDP 7 48039 2
|1.||The Big Beat|
|4.||Like Iím Loviní You|
|5.||Who Knows What a Love Can Do|
|6.||You Should Be High, Love|
|7.||Whoís Your Boyfriend|
|8.||Musicís All Right|
|10.||Music's All Right demo|
|11.||Young Girls demo|
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|From: Nick C||Date: May 22, 2010 at 21:34|
|Billy's first solo effort shows a slightly lighter version of what was to come, but it still rocks albeit with poppier overtones. BUT don't let that put you off as to me this ranks as one of his best albums. The Big Beat comes across as The Stroke Jr. it must be where the more well known song has it's roots. Who's Your Boyfriend has been resurrected from his Piper days and is perfect pop rock to me, Rich Kid is a bit more venomous with it's slightly bitter lyrics and Young Girls ends my copy on a darker note too. I say my copy as the reissue has a couple of demo tracks on it and I haven't heard them, so can't comment. Qulity all the way through here and although Can't Say No was the biggie this album is no slouch and still stands up well today! Might give it a spin when I get home !|
|From: Nick C||Date: May 23, 2010 at 14:17|
|Of course...I meant Don't Say No|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: July 10, 2023 at 15:17|
|Billy's debut solo album may not be as strong as his knockout second effort, but it's not that far off, and lays out the template for that smash, and for the man's career in general, like a mix of cheery power-pop and hard-rock muscle. "The Big Beat" is the best-known song here, and is often accused of being cheesy, but that's mostly down to its video. Other highlights include a strong middle stretch of the disc, especially "Who's Your Boyfriend" and the semi-ballad "Like I'm Lovin' Y." I actually like this album better than Emotions In Motion.|
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