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Artist: Fahrenheit

Title: Talking 'Bout Love

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Fahrenheit Talking 'Bout Love Album Cover


Category: AOR

Year: 1989

Label: OK- Musica Wien (Austria)

Catalog Number: Private Press


Johnny Kanatschnig vocals, guitars
Bernard Groinig guitars
Claudio Ghidini keyboards
Mario Kleinberger bass
Harold Huber drums


1.  Talking 'Bout Love     Listen
2.  Suzanna     Listen
3.  Touch of Heaven     Listen
4.  Danger     Listen
5.  Should Have Known Better     Listen
6.  Turn Me Loose     Listen   Cover: Loverboy
7.  You and I     Listen
8.  Don't Ever Break My Heart     Listen
9.  Tears     Listen
10.  Dreamin'     Listen

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Existing comments about this CD

From: peter poland Date: January 28, 2004 at 19:06
It is, if you like that kindda poppy AOR. I do

From: Paolo Date: April 9, 2004 at 9:15
Very good aor band. Yes, a bit soft but a really impressive bunch of songs and a singer that has a cristal clear voice. Highly recommended, not only to westcoast lovers. Anyone knows member names?

From: manny Date: May 2, 2004 at 7:10
Wonderful AOR, 10/10 similar to canadians 'Boulevard'. Line-up: JOHNNY KANATSCHNIG lead vocals, guitars; BERNHARD 'lupo' GROINIG guitars; CLAUDIO GHIDINI keyboards; MARIO KLEINBERGER bass; HAROLD 'harry' HUBER drums.

From: peter poland Date: July 25, 2004 at 9:08
Great album...it sounds like something between Toys of joy and Haywire with Europe melodies. Something every AOR fan should hear

From: Leo Date: July 29, 2004 at 12:05
one of the top ten albums in aor hystory in the same vein of Strangeways (walk in the fire) Superb production and wonderful vocals. A real gem! aortrade@yahoo.es

From: handtralla Date: January 21, 2005 at 4:18
Yup, this is a very good aor cd stylewise compareable to Dominoe-The key and Boulevard (can). However, no cd is worth $300. I recently found 2 copies (new) in a recordshop in Stockholm for 1 Euro each and sold them on ebay and did not get more than an average of $30. Don't get fooled by the high price. It's not worth it!

From: ton Date: May 25, 2005 at 13:58
From Austria?! Yes indeed. It sounds a little bit dated but for my ears i,s interesting AOR. Good stuff with beautiful vocals. Everone who's into AOR try to get a copy. 8.5 a good score.

From: The Dolphin Date: November 29, 2005 at 19:42

From: Geoff Date: December 8, 2005 at 9:12
Wow, this is nice. If smooth AOR is your thing I dare say this is a necessary one to check out. As seems to often be the case with AOR, I'd take this over a countless list of 'classics' any day. It is definately advisable to be inclined to enjoy the lighter side of music to fully enjoy this, but even if it's not your thing these are good songs here. 'Tears' is a fave, the opener is good - there's no real crap here, just good AOR. I like it.

From: prowler Date: May 4, 2006 at 13:53
i regret they don't have more albums. one of the best aor albums i've ever heard. the disc conrtains placid aor althought songs like danger,turn me loose, dreamin' are a little 'harder' or dynamic. generally album is a masterpiece which i keep in my firs 10 favourite albums. must have for every aor fan. 10/10

From: newscandi Date: July 28, 2006 at 17:48
WHAT A GEM OF A SONG IS 'DREAMIN'' !!!!! The other songs are not in that league but still a lot good.

From: zandi Date: November 10, 2006 at 10:23
I can fully agree to 'prowler''s opinion - absolutely fantastic album !!! Rumors here in Austria say that this CD will be probably re-issued next year ... This would be absolutely great so that every AOR-fan can afford this brillant CD and therewith everybody would have the possibility to listen to some of the best songs I've ever heard !!!

From: george_the_jack Date: February 6, 2007 at 11:34
quality AOR band! it's a pitty that this band stopped producing music and that this album is expensive for the most of us and the people who love good music

From: z4roxx Date: April 23, 2007 at 13:52
I think this will be my last aor wanted cd where I'll spend over 5/6$....Awesome aor,the best kind of aor,incredible they were from Austria!!!

From: aorster Date: April 17, 2008 at 0:16
This is a mega aor classic! Tracks 1 - 5 are pure aor bliss. 'Should have know better' could be in a best of all time in aor/mhr world imo.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: May 1, 2008 at 11:32
Excellent Aor album with this typical catching melodies that makes us wonder how come some of these bands did not break through the music indunstry!.Amazing songs with a 'real' aor vibe!.'Talkin' about Love','Suzanna','Should Have Known Better' are top songs indeed.The rest of the songs stand tall 100% too!.If you are an Aor fan then this album is a 'jewel' to have!.100/100

From: KurtmanJP Date: September 22, 2008 at 4:17
Sorry folks, but I think this one is a bit over hyped. 'Dreamin' is an excellent song and 'Suzanna' is a good mid-tempo song. I love the Loverboy cover but the rest is okay, not great nor killer. Reminds me of Boulevard or Glass Tiger.

From: qwest Date: November 25, 2009 at 10:32
good staff

From: Delbert Date: January 10, 2010 at 13:16
Austria is hardly the AOR metropolis of the planet and this is the band's one and only album. Fans of Canadians BOULEVARD or other mid-tempo Euro outfits like MYSTERY or CLOUSSEAU will take to Fahrenheit like a thermometer on a cold winters night. If high-tech, smooth AOR is your thing, then this one is likely to get your temperature rising indeed. Included, is a cover of the LOVERBOY staple 'Turn Me Loose' along with other stand out tunes including the irrepressible 'Danger' (this really could be a cover of a BLVD track off their 1988 s/t album), the gorgeous title track 'Talkin' Bout Love' where Johnny Kanatschnig does his best David Forbes (BLVD vocalist) impersonation, while 'Should Have Known Better' is another contender for a BLVD soundalike competition. The keyboards are absolutely killer on this one, the fills and parping brass synths on 'Dreamin' would make EUROPE's Mic Michaeli bow his head in shame!To be honest, there is not one filler track here!

From: juan carlos Date: September 15, 2010 at 11:29
Oh yeah, Nice AOR, very similar to Boulevard nothing to add here.. Great AOR and a classic Gem but not the perfet 100 in my opinion. "Suzanna" what a name! my favorite track indeed. 9/10

From: edwithmj Date: December 4, 2016 at 6:28
I completely agree with the comparisons to Boulevard. The singer sounds a lot like tht bands vocalist. The songs here are very melodic and all have their own merit but my favourites are Talking 'Bout Love, Touch of Heaven, Should Have Known Better and Dreamin'. The only bad song on the album is the cover of Loverboy's Turn Me Loose. This song was actually what tempted me to get this album as I was curious if the original could be topped. I was left disappointed as the version sounds sort of like a disco version and it also has no solo. Apart from that one song, this is very decent AOR.

From: HeavyRocker85 Date: June 15, 2020 at 11:58
An absolute masterpiece. Wonderful piece of art blessed by the AOR Gods. I have found the first press CD edition in mint condition a couple of days ago just for 50 euros. Best deal of my life.

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