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Artist: Honeymoon Suite

Title: Monsters Under the Bed

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Honeymoon Suite Monsters Under the Bed Album Cover


Category: Aor/Hard Rock

Year: 1991

Label: WEA Records

Catalog Number: 75532


Johnny Dee vocals
Steve Webster bass
Jorn Anderson drums
Derry Grehan guitars
Ray Coburn keyboards


1.  Say You Don't Know Me  
2.  Bring On the Light  
3.  If Ya Love Me  
4.  The Road  
5.  Little Sister  
6.  How Long  
7.  Come (Let Me Take You There)  
8.  Miracle  
9.  It's Only Love  
10.  Next to You  
11.  Stand Alone  
12.  All I Wanted  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: koogles Date: December 26, 2002 at 14:31
This is one Honeymoon Suite that needed some housekeeping. "The Road" and "Say You Don't Know Me" are okay, but this is a great band's dying gasp. (Still, Lemon Tongue makes this look like a masterpiece by comparison!)

From: freddy de keyze Date: January 23, 2003 at 9:30
I fully agree with Koogles. This is not their best record, but a decent one. More hardrock than AOR and indeed, it's a masterpiece if you listen then to Lemon Tongue, which is 'rubbish' and not worth the name of Honeymoon Suite ! But all in all, go for other HS records !

From: John Date: September 5, 2003 at 13:36
This is a wonderful sounding album with song quality slightly lower than their previous efforts. This isn't nearly as bad as the two authors above me mention, just not as good as Racing or Big Prize. 8/10.

From: TIM (2) Date: May 26, 2004 at 7:34
Not their finest hour, but worth owning for the few great tracks. "Stand Alone" would fit nicely onto one of the previous 2 CDs, and the keyboard sound is still great, just too many fillers...

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From: Jez Date: November 15, 2004 at 11:00
After three exceptional releases, the band do it yet again with number four. 'Say you Don't Know Me' kicks things off in rollicking fashion, and it don't slow up from there. Definately a tougher sounding record than previously, but one very worthy of your time.

From: Erik Date: February 10, 2005 at 3:11
Hmm i have to disagree here with most comments. I think this is a killer album. I prefer the more hardrock approach they went for. But thats taste. For me their best effort. 8,8/10

From: z4roxx Date: February 10, 2005 at 12:06
Agree Erik,killer album as all the others!!H.S.one of the best!!!Personally I like also the last one,ok...modern sounds arrangments but always great melodies as ever..."The big prize"top 5 aor release as ever,IMO.

From: Joan Date: February 11, 2005 at 14:28
Cambio de orientación en el sonido típico de Honeymoon, este disco gustará más a los amantes de hard rock que los de AOR (entre los que me incluyo). Diferente a los primeros pero un buen disco

From: Nick C Date: September 13, 2005 at 11:07
Although I didn't fall out with HS for some reason I didn't pick this up until a couple of years after it's release.After a few reviews that I read at the time I was pleasantly surprised when I did finally grab a copy as it was nowhere near as bad as I expected (same thing happened with Dare - Blood from a Stone). There are a few fillers but all the HS trademarks are still there .. great harmonies, cool hooks. Although not as strong as the first 3 releases If you enjoy HS then you'll like this.

From: Erik Date: September 13, 2005 at 12:00
Actually this is my personal favourite album of HS Nick. But who cares. Great band all in all. We SO agree there

From: Nick C Date: September 13, 2005 at 12:18
Erik, Yeah I wanted to put "although MAYBE not as strong as the first 3 releases" I'd run out of space (after all my usual waffling, you wanna see the review for Racing!!!) and couldn't get the wording in. CURSE these restrictions hahaha! Can't go wrong with a little HS in my humble opinion!

From: mikman Date: March 10, 2009 at 10:57
I absolutely love "Say You Don't Know Me". I definitely was not the cool guy listening to this CD cranked in University residence when it came. Friggin' grunge destroyed the audience at the time this hit. I definitely agree with Erik about this CD being killer. It was great to hear a CD with a harder edge from these guys.

From: hair metal again Date: September 24, 2009 at 10:35
honeymoon suite release a masterpiece again.this is by far their best album.every tune in "monsters under the bed" is important.the sound here is somewhere between the early honeymoon suite and the 2nd album of giant.there are no words to express the quality of music here,but be careful it is going to be understood by experienced ears only.every song is beautiful,i cant choose any.what else can i say;thank you honeymoon suite for this beauty

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 28, 2011 at 21:41
I agree with the good comments above...nice release by HMS ..."Say You Don't Know Me" is excellent!,"Bring On The Light" is a good rocking track,"The Road" pleasant,"How Long" ,"Come(Let Me Take You There)" a catchy one & "Stand Alone" ...recommendable album by all means!!!.89/100

From: MetalPete67 Date: June 28, 2011 at 19:24
So THIS is the album Templeman SHOULD have produced!! Good grief, this album absolutely blows "racing" away. That album only had four good songs on it, in my humble opinion. This one is full of great rock, and who knew Derry could play gee-tar like that?! A fantastic album - if this had come before or after 'Big Prize' instead of later, they might have garnered a larger following. A must for fans of the more "rocking" HMS. No 'Lethal Weapon' garbage on this disc. Johnnie even drops the f-bomb in one great tune. Get it.

From: Locoaor Date: May 3, 2013 at 1:11
Excelente disco, un sonido mas plantado menos ochentero, resalto el tema "Little Sister" que temazo!

From: tomdwa Date: April 15, 2020 at 11:41
Rougher around the edges than their 80s cd's, more guitar oriented too. The unique Honeymoon Suite-sound is fading away here, and instead a more mainstream rock-approach is emerging. Say you don't know me, Miracle, It's only love and All I wanted are the best tracks here.

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