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Artist: Reckless

Title: Reckless

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Reckless Reckless Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1994

Label: Mtm Classix (Germany)

Catalog Number: 0681-48


Patrik Axelsson vocals
Robert Monegrim guitar
Magnus Ostborg bass
Johan Romert keyboards
Stefan Orhamn drums


1.  Back in Town  4:05   Listen
2.  Mirror  3:15   Listen
3.  Livin' Without You  3:19   Listen
4.  Give Me Your Night  3:57   Listen
5.  Spirit of the Night  4:00   Listen
6.  Stay  3:08   Listen
7.  Got You On My Mind  4:52   Listen
8.  Get Excited/Rock the Nation  4:13   Listen
9.  Liar  4:07   Listen
10.  All Their Needs  3:23   Listen
11.  Crimes of Passion  3:48   Listen
12.  Give Her a Sign  3:57   Listen
13.  Can't Reach the Limit  4:08   Listen
14.  Living Without You bonus track  3:14   Listen
15.  Hot Sweet Lovin' bonus track  3:08   Listen
16.  Sally's Rime Give Her a Sign bonus track  0:26   Listen
Total Running Time:  57:00

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rycheage Date: March 7, 2004 at 1:32
Reckless' album is comprised of 13 straight-up, 80's style trans-Atlantic commercial hard rock songs, with plenty of guitar riffs flying about, intertwined with keyboard flurries and some raspy hard edged vocals. There's nothing wrong with the album at all. In fact, it's a powerful, well produced slice of melodic hard rock, featuring competent performances and a balanced, somewhat crunchy production.

From: Dean Date: March 14, 2004 at 15:16
Hey. does anyone remember a different (i think) band named Reckless from the 80's. They had an album called "No Frills" and it was killer hard rock. I'd kill to find that on cd but I'm pretty sure it was never released on disc. I used to have it on vinyl and tape.

From: anamal Date: March 14, 2004 at 20:26
i remember them and still listen to the lp weekly..and yes the lp title was "No Frills"..if i am not mistaken i think a member of twisted sister had a hand in the production of the lp

From: carmen Date: March 17, 2004 at 6:34
I've got the video of the song "Nitty Gritty"

From: Date: April 4, 2004 at 1:50
I have the cassette of No Frills. Great Rock. I converted mine to cd as my tape was starting to wear. I have only seen the album once in stores. Thank god I bought it.

From: Dean Date: April 4, 2004 at 17:01
To the previous poster- if you would be willing to trade a cdr copy of Reckless-No Frills, please contact me at prey4me334@hotmail.com. I have tons of OOP stuff to trade. That album absolutely rocks big time.

From: Jay Date: April 24, 2004 at 17:49
I have this cd and it rocks. However, I have another cd-r of a band called RECKLESS (from the net). But its album is called "Heart Of Steel"...and sounds about the same.

From: BrianR Date: April 24, 2004 at 20:26
The "Heart of Steel" Reckless were a great 80's Canadian Band. That was their 2nd album. Their first album was great with a female singer. Steve Madden was a very underated guitarist. I seen them open for Iron Maiden (with Paul D'ianno)in Toronto.

From: BrianR Date: April 24, 2004 at 20:41
The "Heart of Steel" Reckless were a great 80's Canadian Band. That was their 2nd album. Their first album was great with a female singer. Steve Madden was a very underated guitarist. I seen them open for Iron Maiden (with Paul D'ianno)in Toronto.

From: VICTOR Date: July 10, 2004 at 18:11

From: Geoff Date: September 21, 2004 at 18:49
Generally, this is well played but pretty standard hard rock. Towards the end of the album there are some nice melodic tracks, and 'Livin' without you' is a good one too. Basically, there are a few really good tracks of this CD, but I can't recall them right now. Unfortunately, the rest is pretty average. Still, a good value CD.

From: B.Grimm Date: October 5, 2004 at 7:02
Anyone know where I can get a copy of this album? I can't find a copy anywhere. Thanks. everlovinblueyedthing@gawab.com

From: Rene Date: October 10, 2004 at 10:25
Any old school hard rock/melodic metal will love this album. If your heart is in the 80s you will have a good time with this album.

From: SCANDI Date: May 14, 2005 at 15:08
I just listened to the audio sample of "Give me your night" here and I think it's a nice song in style of GREAT KING RAT or TORBEN SCHMIDT. As you know, I don't like this kind of rock the most for it's not my kind of scandi thing, but it's very grooving. Though, don't know if it's worth to buy for my hard, hard earned and well-deserved money..?

From: headbanger4life Date: December 1, 2005 at 4:34
Wow, this is some great 80's hard rock. Some excellent guitar work here with keys (not to much) and singer with (Rycheage said it best) raspy hard edged vocice. I really enjoyed this one and it's been getting more play time in my cd player.

From: SCANDI Date: January 1, 2006 at 15:15
I got the whole album few days ago (cos I have to check all scandi 'mucke') and have to say for my taste it's cheap hard rock in which the keys are missing a lot. If you like R.A.W. or GREAT KING RAT please buy it but my copy will be sold again.

From: AUGUSTO Date: March 14, 2006 at 20:11

From: juan carlos Date: May 31, 2006 at 0:17
Buenos riffs y buena producción. Canciones donde la guitarra lleva el mando pero sin mucha variación o imaginación. El cantante no me gusta pues peca mucho en chillar mas que en cantar como que forzado. El tema diferente del album es "got you on my mind" un medio tiempo melódico y es mi tema favorito junto a "spirit of the night" y "stay". 8/10

From: erik Date: June 17, 2007 at 4:22
Nothign standard about this one. Then some people need to take a listen again. What you get is scandi hard rock orientated music. In style leaning much more to Push, Bonfire, Boysvoice then for example R.A.W. or Torben Schmidt. Crisp ,raw production, excellent guitar playing. Voice matches superbly with their style of music. Back in Town, Mirror, Stay, Liar, Give her a Sign, Living without You,Hot sweet Loving are excellent hard rock songs. Altamente recomendado

From: metalmaniac777 Date: April 12, 2011 at 13:21
This band's indie EP boasted a bigger, heavier sound that is sorely absent from the slickly-produced tunes present on this album. This isn't bad, mind you--it's actually some pretty solid melodic hard rock--but you can help but long for the recklessly hungry edge that defined the band before they got backed by a label's studio budget.

From: chriskar Date: October 12, 2012 at 6:57
Ot stuff!! 82/100

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