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Category: Rock

Year: 1985

Label: Warner Brothers

Catalog Number: 9 25293-2

Average Rating: 87 / 100 (34 ratings)

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Personnel
Johnnie Dee lead vocals
Derry Grehan guitars, vocals
Ray Coburn keyboards
Gary Lalonde bass
Dave Betts drums
Tracks
1.  Bad Attitude  5:28
2.  Feel It Again  4:37
3.  Lost and Found  4:22
4.  What Does It Take  4:13
5.  One By One  3:42
6.  Wounded  4:36
7.  Words in the Wind  4:35
8.  All Along You Knew  4:19
9.  Once the Feeling  4:32
10.  Take My Hand  3:41
  
Total Running Time:  44:05

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From: kim Date: February 24, 2001 at 4:39
A mix of Bon Jovi & Loverboy. Truly their best album. If you 're into aor, this one you must buy. Highly recommended!!!!

From: jt Date: May 25, 2001 at 16:27
Not in the league with someone of Bon Jovi. They are really much more of a heavy pop band. They do have a couple of great songs on this cd but overall it isn't something to go crazy over

From: Lipstik Forever Date: August 24, 2001 at 11:38
They don't have a couple of great songs, loser jt... all songs are great! Really great! This band is a hard rock that cleans our ears!

From: Adrenaliser Date: September 3, 2001 at 3:03
Yeah! I agree with my friend Lipstik Forever! this album really ROCKZ!!!! It´s Arena Rock at it´s best! All the songs fuck your mother´s ass!!!!!!!!!!! BUY it now!!!!!!!!

From: koogles Date: January 2, 2002 at 16:12
This is their signature album, not because it landed them recognition on the US charts, but because it flat-out ROCKS! They retain a strong melodic rock base ('Feel It Again' and 'What Does It Take') but they experiment as well, as 'All Along You Knew' will attest. (For the record, 'One By One' DOES have a sort of Bon Jovi flavor to it.)

From: Kim Date: June 14, 2002 at 15:23
I totally agree too. Great sound, great tracks and great production. What happened to this band.???

From: koogles Date: July 4, 2002 at 9:02
Kim: Honeymoon Suite resurfaced with 'Lemon Tongue' ('Dreamland' on Frontiers, 2001).

From: 9 CHAMPIONS A 1 Date: July 7, 2002 at 9:41
Una de las mejores bandas que dio Canada en los 80.Cierta similitud a Loverboy aunque mas completos.Aunque la portada es horrible el disco no tiene desperdicio.Temas con ritmo,gancho y algunas composiciones ciertamente originales.Por cierto la produccion de LUJO.

From: JOURNEY Date: July 24, 2002 at 13:54
MASTERPIECE!!!!!!! SUPERGREAT!!!! SUPERCLASSIC!!!SUPER.........!!!!

From: B. CASARIN (MEX Date: July 28, 2002 at 0:12
MUY BUEN DISCO 9.5/10

From: Andre Tekken Date: August 2, 2002 at 11:06
I also agree that this is the one of all of his records that represents on the best way what really their souding is all about!Very cool record!Great production in which we can see keyboards as important tool onthe music!This album also features some flute from Jethro Tull on the 8TH track!A true aor album whith such honest musicianship and great songs!It also shows the very peculiar romantic attitude also well written lyrics(in the same vain) ever!Veery classy effort!99/10!!!!

From: Metal_Ed Date: October 6, 2002 at 23:44
Yep...it is a great effort and by rights a classic album!!! The guitar work is very tight by Terry Grehan. He was featured in a 7-up commercial which shows his playing a solo so intense that the bottle erupts forcing the cap off. Just a bit of trivia for you fans out their...cool comercial!!

From: Metal_Ed Date: October 6, 2002 at 23:46
Yep...it is a great effort and by rights a classic album!!! The guitar work is very tight by Terry Grehan. He was featured in a 7-up commercial which shows him playing a solo so intense that the bottle errupts... forcing the cap off. Just a bit of trivia for you fans out there...cool commercial!!

From: freddy de keyze Date: December 16, 2002 at 12:29
I can only agree with those who consider this as a real great AOR record ! It's their best and this one is even better than many Bon JOvi records. The first five songs are brilliant, the others real good, but not that classy as the first songs. And the production is great. If you are an AOR fan, you can't do without this one !!!!

From: ROB GARCIA Date: January 18, 2003 at 16:48
if you like canadian aor....................................it doesnt come much better than this.

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From: Dan Date: March 19, 2003 at 15:45
This is what I call quality!!!

From: Blue Tequila Date: April 15, 2003 at 2:40
OK. Just picked up this one and the s/t cd in ye olde pawn shop but have yet to listen to either one. The only song I have ever heard from these guys is 'New Girl Now' so I hope I'm not disappointed. The reviews are pretty good and I got these based on what is written here. My wife is pissed that I found this site because now I'm buying stuff I would have never taken a second look and I'm spending the baby's college money in the process!! Thanks a lot Dan!

From: MelodicMan Date: May 20, 2003 at 8:47
One of the best and finest AOR records ever made. A must !!!

From: Knuckles Date: June 4, 2003 at 23:53
Pulled this one out,wiped the dust off and man oh man have I missed this one.Been playing it straight in fact pulled the others out and got myself a honeymoon suite marathon going on.Man these guys had some great songs.This release is my favorite all around album(yes album not cd for all of those young people,thats an old cd and its black and you have to turn it over after 5 songs). Every song on this one is good but I dont remember #7 being as good as I think it is now

From: Tony Date: June 9, 2003 at 5:06
When I was in high school played the s#@t out of this album at a time when I was getting into Motley, Ratt etc.. and started forgetting about melodic AOR bands. This is almost perfect melodic rock and a few weeks ago dusted this off and it hasn't left my car cd player since. Sounds gorgeous and really has no fillers. 'What Does It Take' is a 10/10 power ballad & 'Bad Attitude' shows you can be melodic AND tough. They don't make them like this no more which maked this all the more enjoyable.

From: perfectstranger Date: June 16, 2003 at 8:23
all i can say is that this was out a year before bon jovi's 'slippery when wet' was and was produced by bruce fairburn who did 'slippery' i think they copied suite verbateum,the songs and production are almost exact. i think bon jovi said to himself we need to get bruce fairburn to make us sound like honeymoon suite and we will be huge in the states. which is exactly what happened! it's too bad these guys were as overlooked as they were because they rocked and were great live!

From: Date: June 16, 2003 at 13:14
So did Bon Jovi copy Honemoon Suite, or Aldo Nova? Which is it?

From: John Date: September 5, 2003 at 13:28
The album that proved these guys can play any style and come off sounding awesome regardless. Does it get any better than Derry's backup vocal on 'Wounded' or 'Feel It'? 'Take My Hand' is one of those ballads that your friends won't call you a pussy for liking it's so good. 9.5/10.

From: AOR freaky Date: December 4, 2003 at 9:09
Another great canadian AOR act and this is one of their best, if not the best, albums ! Great, catchy songs, melodic etc. Great, great band. A pity they're now on the modern path !

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: December 23, 2003 at 10:20
DIOS MIO QUE ALBUM, NO HAY PALABRAS PARA DESCRIBIRLO, Y EN ELLA UNA DE LAS CANCIONES MAS ALUCINANTES ASESINAS EXTRAORDINARIAS EXQUISITAS POR NO DECIR LA MEJOR QUE ESCUCHADO EN MI VIDA QUE HAY MUCHISIMAS PERO ESTA, ESTA EN UN LUGAR MUY MUY ALTO!!!!NO HAY PALABRAS PARA DESCRIBIRLA!!!!! ME REFIERO A Words in the Wind ES INCOMPARABLE, COMO ALUCINO CUANDO ESCUCHO ESTA CANCION, ME CREO EL AVE FENIX DE LOS CABALLEROS DEL ZODIACO. SALUDOS DESDE ICA-PERU SUPERAOR FOREVER

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: December 23, 2003 at 10:21
DIOS MIO QUE ALBUM, NO HAY PALABRAS PARA DESCRIBIRLO, Y EN ELLA UNA DE LAS CANCIONES MAS ALUCINANTES ASESINAS EXTRAORDINARIAS EXQUISITAS POR NO DECIR LA MEJOR QUE ESCUCHADO EN MI VIDA QUE HAY MUCHISIMAS PERO ESTA, ESTA EN UN LUGAR MUY MUY ALTO!!!!NO HAY PALABRAS PARA DESCRIBIRLA!!!!! ME REFIERO A Words in the Wind ES INCOMPARABLE, COMO ALUCINO CUANDO ESCUCHO ESTA CANCION, ME CREO EL AVE FENIX DE LOS CABALLEROS DEL ZODIACO. SALUDOS DESDE ICA-PERU SUPERAOR FOREVER

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: December 23, 2003 at 22:33
UNO DE MIS ALBUMS FAVORITOS DE TODOS LOS TIEMPOS Y EL TEMA QUE LES MENCIONE TAL VEZ DE LO MEJOR EN EL UNIVERSO, CONSIGANLO Y COMPRENDERAN MIS PALABRAS, ESTOS MUCHACHOS SON LO MAXIMO

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: December 23, 2003 at 22:38
SOY UN ADICTO TOTAL AL AOR, Y A TEMAS COMO ESE QUE VIVA EL AOR CARAJO, SI AL MENOS SE DIERAN A CONOCER ESTE TIPO DE MUSICA EN EL MUNDO, PORQUE TRISTEMENTE EN MI PAIS NO PASA NADA, ESCUCHAN PURAS HUEVADAS, QUE PENA ELLOS SE LO PIERDEN, PERO A UDS MUCHACHOS QUE COMENTAN EN ESTA GRANDIOSA PAGINA MIS RESPETOS TOTALES POR TENER LOS MISMOS GUSTOS QUE YO Y POR CONOCER DE LA BUENA MUSICA SALUDOS DESDE ICA-PERU

From: Great Dane Date: December 24, 2003 at 6:55
Damn, Rafo really knows how to handle the smilies.

From: Christine Date: December 24, 2003 at 18:04
Well, I know enough Spanish to tell that Rafo REALLY likes this album! And I have to agree with him, HS is one of my favorite AOR bands. 'Feel it Again' and 'What Does it Take' really take me back.

From: Metal Pete Date: January 28, 2004 at 13:32
Definitely their best work. For most folks, this is the only one you need. And you DO need it! The very first song will vanquish any doubts. Too bad they couldn't seem to reach this level of rock afterwards (except for a sprinkling of good songs).

From: Blaine Date: February 2, 2004 at 20:54
RECORDED RIGHT HERE IN VANCOUVER, BC, BY VANCOUVER PRODUCER BRUCE FAIRBURN! Early Bon Jovi right here. One of the best CDs of 1986. I was in Grade 11 when this one came out and I remember it like yesterday. It was released 3 weeks before the Challenger disaster. Memories of Expo 86 come to mind when I listen to this CD. Lots of energy, depth, and more souped-up than the first album, and you can sing-along to every song here. Read my next review on RACING AFTER MIDNIGHT.

From: Blaine Date: February 2, 2004 at 20:56
'Bad Attitude' was featured on Miami Vice.

From: Biology Date: March 13, 2004 at 15:21
I too dusted off this cd! This was the first cd I ever bought and I still have it after all of these years. I'm very glad I kept it. Words in the Wind is a great song. Check out the newer album, Lemon Tongue.

From: Nige Date: March 20, 2004 at 6:09
For three years in the mid-1980's, I worked as a seating steward at the World famous London concert venue - HAMMERSMITH ODEON. Having watched over 300 concerts, Honeymoon Suite were the best support act I ever saw. Their song FEEL IT AGAIN still sticks in my memory...20 years later!

From: Nige Date: March 20, 2004 at 6:11
For three years in the mid-1980's, I worked as a seating steward at the World famous London concert venue - HAMMERSMITH ODEON. Having watched over 300 concerts, Honeymoon Suite were the best support act I ever saw. Their song FEEL IT AGAIN still sticks in my memory...20 years later!

From: bernardito Date: March 21, 2004 at 23:37
this is one of 10 best ´85 aor discs, the others:shootin star-silent scream, prophet-prophet, fortune(pre harlan cage),ufo-misdemeanor,quarterflash-back into blue, mr mister-welcome to the real world,joe lynn turner-rescue you,david pack-anywhere you go,michael mc donald-dont look back,gary moore-run for cover,a ha hunting high and low

From: Coburn Date: May 7, 2004 at 9:12
I saw them together with Saga 1985. I was knocked down then. Dark, Derry Grehan open up alone in the middle of the stadium with one spotlight on him, and started with Feel It Again. Ran along through the crowd to the stage. Man, i was 20 then and played in a band. Wished it was me ! One of my most played records ever. 1985 was a great time !

From: jessica96fish Date: May 8, 2004 at 3:56
if you don't have this cd already.then go get it NOW!!!! you won't get a better aor album.top class all round.if your into loverboy fm toto t bell.then this lot are for you.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: August 13, 2004 at 4:04
LOS 80 SON LOS 80 Y PUNTO. INCOMPARABLE.

From: Wotty Date: August 28, 2004 at 15:25
Smooth,controlled and efficiently produced and performed.Not bad for a near 20 year old album.But a shining AOR light from the 80s,a glorious decade for quality melodic rock....

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: November 10, 2004 at 22:43
CANADIAN AND SCANDINAVIAN ROCK RULESSSSSSS FOREVER. 80'S THE BEST.

From: Metal Pete Date: November 12, 2004 at 15:56
Well it's 2004 and this cd still rocks. Just thought it was time to shout its praises again! It is back in my cd player and I love it!! CRANK 'BAD ATTITUDE'!

From: Roxas Date: November 14, 2004 at 0:18
Consider it cranked, it's enjoying a sensational run on my iPod. Words in the Wind is a textbook eg of melodic rock magic.

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From: Jez Date: November 15, 2004 at 11:15
Classic, classic,classic. HS's finest hour and then some. After the mighty debut, i didn't know what to expect. This completely knocked me out at the time, and still does to this day. Track after track of pure melodic rock heaven. Saw them at the Marquee club in London the night before the Saga show at the 'Hammy Odeon' gig and they were brilliant (i have a great cd of this show for the memory). They also gave Saga a run for their money the following night aswell. Ohh the memories!!!

From: MikeL Date: January 6, 2005 at 20:49
For me this is one of the best CD's ever. I love almost every song and it has something for everyone. Great ballads and rocking tunes that will appeal to everyone. I bought it in 1985 and still play 20 years later.

From: Mario Date: January 17, 2005 at 8:09
if they would ban me to an island and I could only take 10 cds with me,well this would be one of them.I've been playing this 1 for ages and it's timeless.I know they gave a concert(late 80s) in Belgium and I missed it,I'm still regretting it.

From: BCASARIN(MEX) Date: January 23, 2005 at 19:35
MY ALL TIME TOP TEN HARD/AOR LIST:1.-Fortune 1985 2.-tommy shaw-'ambition' 3.-prophet'cycle of the moon' 4-giant 'first album' 5-journey'escape'6.-zebra'zebra' 7-.tnt 'intuition' stan bush & barriage 8-van stephenson-suspicious heart 9-strangeways 'first' 10-gary moore'wild frontier' (i like so much many many more)

From: 80´s fan Date: January 23, 2005 at 19:39
mid 80´s: the best of the 80´s

From: Geoff Date: February 12, 2005 at 20:50
How good is 'Wounded'!!! Awesome track, and I love 'What does it take' and 'Feel it again' too. I like this band, but never really got into them. Decent AOR.

From: Roxas Date: February 13, 2005 at 2:36
'What does it take' is incredible. I love the vocal melody that leads into the solo - 'it's the love that I need! ...What does it taaaaake' pure class.

From: Swriter Date: March 13, 2005 at 12:16
just got this on cd finally after having the album forever, now this is one of the best of the mid 80's. Great songs, Bad Attitude, What Does, Words, All Along(with flute by Ian Anderson), and with the huge hit, Feel It Again, this was produced by the same as BJovi's Slippery and you can hear the similarities as one person pointed out. One by One and Wounded are good examples of this, This came a year earlier and really is a great aor/hard rock release. This is a must from the 80's!!!

From: ROBERT Date: June 4, 2005 at 11:35
ONE BY ONE, no puede dejar indiferente a nadie!! Casi tan bueno como el suiguiente disco. D lo mejor q ha salido d las frias tierras Canadienses.. 8 d 10!! FORÇA HARD/AOR!!! Saludations From Barcelona!! Si t mola el AOR raro, raro raro: http://www.roqeinlles.com/ ES TU PAGINA y en Castellano!! Felicidades Amigo Champions por esta Genial Pagina!! Saludos

From: dabunsoyn Date: September 6, 2005 at 14:18
What a ripper......FORMATION CROP SPRAY!!!!

From: TIM (2) Date: September 6, 2005 at 14:39
Probably THE most underrated AOR album ever released, this is a total filler-free monster. It does indeed combine the finest moments of Loverboy & Bon Jovi, but they have their own distinctive sound & are a stunning live proposition. 'Racing After Midnight' was actually the first H.S album I ever bought but, excellent though it is, this surpasses is it with ease. 'Words in the Wind' & the soaring ballad 'What Does It Take' are my personal faves, but this album is in my Top 10 of all-time. 10/10.

From: dabunsoyn Date: September 6, 2005 at 16:33
Listening to this as i write...one of the all time great releases of any musical genre, personal fav tracks are 'Feel It Again' & 'One by One'. However, the whole album is terrific to be honest, been playing this for years now and have upgraded from cassette to CD recently. It always seems to hit the right spot for me..... emotional. A 10/10 album in a 6/10 world.

From: danoq Date: September 12, 2005 at 23:59
Good record. Noone buys this kind of stuff anymore so you can grab it for about 3 bucks on ebay. You won't be sorry. The songs are good, the singer is unique and the bands got some chops. The problem here is they put this record out right when California metal TOOK OVER!!!! Poison, Ratt, and the like buried anything that wasn't image driven metal. Buy this record!!!! 9 out of a 10

From: Nick C Date: September 13, 2005 at 1:41
danoq, you're so right No-one buys this kinda stuff and it's a massive pity as they are missing out on some fine music. This is touted as HS best hour but I'm not so sure I think all their albums are pretty excellent. Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull puts in a fantastic flute solo on the song All Along You Knew which elevates the song into a classic heh! Feel It Again has a huge sing-a-long chorus. I THINK in their heyday the HS were maybe the best Canadian band around for this kinda stuff.

From: juan carlos Date: September 14, 2005 at 22:24
buen album, la cual con merecimientos se gana el titulo de clasico del aor. y aunque a mi parecer las 2 1ras canciones no son temazos, las demas si que mejoran. mi favorita sin duda es 'wounded' temazo!, de ahi 'one by one' otro clasico, 'once the feeling' bella! 'what does it take' hermosa!. en general un sorprendente disco, y viendo el año, la produccion y la musica pues tiene que estar en tu coleccion si o si! jeje.. 9/10.

From: daysofshred Date: November 16, 2005 at 17:38
probably the best AOR album ever,I've been playing this for 2 decades and it still sounds fresh.Some other albums in the same league:Trevor Rabin-Wolf(non-existent on this site),Aldo Nova-Subject,Journey-Frontiers,Tnt-Intuition,Toto-Isolation,(and on a heavier level)Malmsteen-Marching out,Kansas-Power, and a lot more artists of course.If anyone has some tips about essential bands to check out...(I'll probably have 'm but you never know)

From: SangreAzulForever Date: November 6, 2006 at 18:34
I´ve already had a listen to it and I feel that this release spills lots of originality. I´d specially like to remark the song "Words in the Wind", as Rafo did, it would be some great idea to praise this song and put it onto a big podium of the greatest Melodic Rock songs ever! 9/10.

From: lalorock Date: January 24, 2007 at 23:42
Excelente disco cargado de temazos de principio a fin Bad attitude gran comienzo,Wounded y Words in the wind son mis favoritas canciones arrolladoras que te enganchan y te dejan sin aliento,Feel it again gran tema, What does it take excelentes teclados al inicio de la canción, power ballad con un feeling maravilloso, melodías envolventes a lo largo y ancho de todo el album, solos de guitarras mágicas en cada canción, un -obligado- para todos los fanaticos del más puro AOR.

From: Carlos A. Date: February 27, 2007 at 17:05
Redescubro esta banda gracias a este FANTASTICO disco notablemente superior al debut, una obra concebida -a juzgar por los temazos AOR quese suceden unos a otros- con elevados estandares de produccion e instrumentalizacion (y que decir del vocalista, ese tio se merece un premio)"Feel It Again", "Bad Attitude" y la furiosa "Words in the Wind" casi casi verdaderos coitos musicales...lo repito fantastico 9.2/10

From: george_the_jack Date: July 1, 2008 at 11:06
Magic Class of AOR music reaching perfection!!!!

From: hair metal again Date: September 22, 2009 at 11:20
2nd release for honeymoon suite and this is clearly a masterpiece.unbelievable guitar work ,perfect vocs,terrific melodies.all the songs are great and especially "wounded".not every band can perform such song,these guys show their quality.i am really impressed with this release and i think that is very underrated.honeymoon suite and bruce fairbairn in production achieved perfection here

From: metalhead4life Date: November 5, 2009 at 22:15
I just picked this one up along with their follow up "Racing After Midnight". I actually prefer "Racing After Midnight" to this simply because while this one may be more consistent and solid all the way through (really not a bad song on it), the stand out tracks on this one do not match those on "Racing After Midnight" which IMO is a little more glammy than this one. Still, a fine one to own for your AOR/Hard Rock/Glam collection. Very solid effort from a good band. 75/100

From: metalhead4life Date: November 5, 2009 at 22:16
"Once The Feeling" is my favorite off this one.

From: juan carlos Date: March 9, 2011 at 1:09
Totally agree with you metalhead4life "ONCE THE FEELING" is the catchiest song of this beautiful CD. should be more comments here, "Once the Feeling is into you, it´s so hard that you let it go.." 90/100

From: rick kerch vzla Date: October 29, 2011 at 2:20
Great album with 4 killer tracks in row("Bad Attitude","Feel It Again","Lost And Found" & "What Does It Take")...probably one of the band's finest moments in their career...recommended...90/100

From: rick kerch vzla Date: October 30, 2011 at 19:14
"Words In The Wind" & "Wounded"....uffff gotta change my rating....92/100

From: Metal Fox Date: September 23, 2016 at 20:05
Pretty overrated album in my opinion. People often describe this as being their best album, but I personally feel that it doesn't even come close to that level of greatness. When I first heard the opener, "Bad Attitude", along with "Feel it Again", they both rocked so hard, I thought that this album was going to be a classic. But then you start to get a couple of average songs and then you get a couple of awful ones after that. Listening to "Wounded" and "Words in the Wind" back to back sound almost exactly the same, but with different lyrics, "What Does it Take" is just downright cheesy and "Take My Hand" is a totally atrocious filler. I do like "All Along You Knew" though. That song is quite nice. I gave this album a 62/100 because there are about 5 songs on here that are good or great and the rest are either average or completely brutal.


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