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Artist: No More Johnny

Title: Slam!

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Category: AOR

Year: 2003

Label: Kivel Records

Catalog Number: KR019

Personnel

Scott Miller guitar, vocals
Paul Hendricks vocals
Chris Konys keyboards, vocals
Perry Guiliani bass, vocals
Richie Fazio drums

Tracks

1.  Running  
2.  Keep On Dreaming  
3.  One Line  
4.  Skys the Limit  
5.  N.M.J.  
6.  Lies  
7.  Got to Me  
8.  Money  
9.  Been Untrue  
10.  Crazy  
11.  U Know It live  

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From: Whiplash1972 Date: December 13, 2003 at 17:29
No More Johnny's record label(Kivel) refers to them as AOR,& while it's true that some of the songs do feature a dose of the keys,overall I'd consider this to be just a good(no,make that GREAT)melodic hard rock disc.Not a bad song to be found here,with "Running","Keep on Dreaming","NMJ",& "Money" being my faves.I can't believe I waited so long to grab this one!Highly recommended for fans of clean,crisp production,soaring vocals,& good harmonies.*I'd be interested in AORFreaky's take on this one!

From: Marla (MJ) Date: September 12, 2004 at 20:17
Good Lord.... I haven't babbled on THIS one yet???? Wow....really slippin' here!! I even had a fake NMJ tat on my ankle at one time.....LOL... Ok..AOR yes...because of the heavy dose of keys. Melodic hard rock...yes. BUT...I would have to throw a lil bit of sleaze in here too. "Crazy" is about as 'sleaze'/ bluesy as you can get. Call it what you will.....this is one fine album!! Favorite cuts for me: "Crazy" , "One Line", "Got To Me" and "U Know It".

From: Geoff Date: December 28, 2004 at 3:43
I like this disc, but unfortunately my ears found a lot of fillers on display here. The melodic moments here are pretty good and quite pleasing to the ear (though not always thrilling, IMO) but there are some truly dud rock song fillers here. Pretty good album, but a bit of a mixed bag.

From: Scandinavia Date: January 11, 2005 at 6:47
This album is mediocre at best!! I don't understand why this is labelled "AOR" since it couldn't be further from the truth...Yes, there are keys here but "mostly" played with an "organ/piano" sound. Their talent isn't that thrilling at all...

From: metalmastermusic Date: September 13, 2008 at 17:03
Kivel have a way of overstating the groups they are promoting but I guess shamless promotion gets many to buy. This album is okay at best. I really prefer the Bombay Black sound to this very light AOR style. I agree with to much filler on this one.Not a must disc. 70/100

From: hair metal again Date: June 16, 2014 at 2:22
pretty good release by NO MORE JOHNNY with a nice commercial sound & style !these guys definitely were listening to the hair metal movement back in the day and try to do it in our decade ,i d say with success!the musicianship and the songwriting is ok but nothing exceptional and overall this is a nice little indie ,nothin more nothin less


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