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Pleezer

Pleezer

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Category: Melodic

Year: 1991

Label: Millionaire Entertainment

Catalog Number: 9101

Average Rating: 77 / 100 (4 ratings)

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Personnel
Aaron Letrick lead vocals
Paul Kramer guitars , backing vocals
R.C. Helwood drums, percussion, backing vocals
Kevin J. Chown bass guitar. backing vocals
Tracks
1.  Throwin' It All Away  4:08
2.  Music Man  5:05
3.  I Feel Love  3:52
4.  I'll Wait For Your Call  6:06
5.  Livin' Lovin'  4:57
6.  Image Of Love  4:04
7.  Push-N-Shove  3:40
  
Total Running Time:  31:52

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From: TIM Date: March 18, 2004 at 20:54
Thanks for the personnel to this one anamal.

From: melo Date: March 19, 2004 at 0:38
this is apparently an awesome cd to have, where can I get one, please e mail me melodicrock@telstra.com thanks in advance. who else has this cd?

From: anamal Date: March 20, 2004 at 13:42
OK..there are rare indies that dont live up to the hype(Hotboy,Simon Says), and there are rare indies that just blow you away and PLEEZER is 1 of the few that have it all, talented vocalist that hits all the high notes, a phenomenal guitarist that shreds with the best of 'em and a bassist that competes with the best..and the song writing is catchy, and the kind of songs you sing along to and dont even realize..on a scale of 1 - 10 this cd gets from me a 9..also this is a SOB to acquire for the c

From: surrf Date: March 20, 2004 at 18:58
Here's a hyped up CD that in my opinion is average at best. I've heard this thing and have no clue why 'some' people think it's so awesome. There's a lot better stuff out there than this CD. It's also one of the rarest indies out there but Hotboy and Simon Says are much better than Pleezer.

From: MButt Date: March 20, 2004 at 21:04
I have to respectfully disagree with surrf, Pleezer in my opinion blows away Hotboy, I think simon says is really good, but out of the three I rate Pleezer 1st, then Simon Says, I already sold hotboy, just did not do anything for me! It is worth some good cash though. Anamal hit the nail on the head, Pleezer is very tough to find, but worth the search!

From: TIM Date: March 20, 2004 at 22:17
No offence guys, but I have to agree with Surrf- this thing blows! Sorry Mbutt, but you, Anamal, and one other are the only people I've ever known to claim liking this. Simon Says kicks this ones ass as does Hotboy IMO.

From: surrf Date: March 20, 2004 at 22:34
I guess we can not always agree on giving high marks to certain cds. I respect MButt and anamal's reviews. I'm glad they both liked it and I'm positive there are a few others who would want this cd and pay the big bucks to get it. Either you're gonna luv it or hate it. For me, it's average. Rock on guys!

From: MButt Date: March 21, 2004 at 11:23
Hey, no problem guys, we can't all like the same stuff! One thing we all seem to agree on though, as far as rarity, all these mentioned, are pretty valuable cd's! thanks for the input guys!!!!!!!!

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From: Whiplash1972 Date: March 21, 2004 at 11:30
So, who do these guys sound like? I'll admit it, I'd never heard of 'em 'til they popped up here...

From: anamal Date: March 21, 2004 at 12:10
Now this is my opinion, we all describe differently what we hear so dont all jump on me at once..the comparisms i hear on the balls out tracks are Keel/Legs Diamond with a touch of early Metallica(i know .Iknow)and the ballads are very much like Legs Diamond....

From: TIM Date: March 21, 2004 at 17:46
I can see that, but I'm not a fan of either. I really don't hate this one as my previous statement might have implied, but I don't remember any standouts. The first song was pretty decent.

From: anamal Date: March 21, 2004 at 18:22
Tim..Throwin it all away is a killer start to the cd..also music man kicks it up a notch with the keyboard addition ..but push n shove is the best on the cd for me

From: surrf Date: March 27, 2004 at 12:34
Sealed copies of this CD are starting to show up! Some buds of mine are getting them. I noticed our good friend MButt has made it clear the CD is 'valuable' and 'worth some good cash'. Are you gonna offer me one too even though I find them average? Prices and availability could get better as supply increases. Good news!

From: MButt Date: March 27, 2004 at 13:21
I only have my personal copy, and it is not for sale! LOL. I wouldn't count on prices getting too much better, unless a shitload turns up. not likely!

From: TheRipper Date: March 28, 2004 at 23:16
If a shitload show up, or if it never shows up again, this CD is average at best... In fact, I'd say it's below average (I'd give it a 5, and that's being generous) as only 2 songs on here even try and rock, and only one is somewhat of a standout (if that's what you wanna call it, the 1st track, hardly a REAL standout) while the rest are just odd and unfocused to say the least. By looking at these guys you'd think they'd try and give Rock Boulevard a run for their money you know, NOT EVEN CLOSE!

From: MButt Date: March 29, 2004 at 0:29
I gotta disagree with ya dude, Pleezer is way better than that in my opinion, and Rock Boulevard is over hyped! I would agree RB is good, but it sells for far too much. if RB is worth big bucks, pleezer is worth even more. just my take on it, I loved every track! not just 1 or 2. but like everything else, we all like different things. Let me guess Rip, you got several of both those cd's too! LOL! ( sorry, I couldn't resist)

From: TheRipper Date: March 29, 2004 at 5:19
Haha, you should have resisted... It's not what people think the value should be for 'their' CD's, or in my case my many copies of these (I hear ya) but what they go for... Just throw Pleezer on Ebay, see what it fetches, then we'll see what the next Rock Boulevard fetches...? Rock Boulevard got over $500 last year (will probably go higher next time whenever that is), and I have seen Pleezer go for about a hundred each time, go figure, but now it's more valuable then Rock Boulevard? Why? It sure

From: TheRipper Date: March 29, 2004 at 5:23
contd: Why? It surely didn't get better sounding than last time, Haha! How good a CD isn't measured by worth you know, but Rock Boulevard meets every expectation that one could want in a great collectible CD, and most important: it blows Pleezer away in terms of sound, quality and overall talent (which it doesn't take much to blow Pleezer away, say a CD with all of 2 decent songs!). I'll admit, I've heard worse than Pleezer, which is why I give it a 4 or a 5 (so it kicks all of the 1's, 2's, and

From: TheRipper Date: March 29, 2004 at 5:27
contd: (so it kicks all of the 1's, 2's, and 3's butts. Not Bad!). I guess it's all opinion, but I bet most people would agree after listening to both (which only a few do know both, which might be you, not sure?) will say Rock Boulevard wins HANDS DOWN, NOT EVEN A QUESTION! It's like the difference between amateurs and pros really...

From: MButt Date: March 29, 2004 at 11:18
I guess you misunderstood me, I don't measure a cd on it's apparent worth on ebay, ebay is hardly the measuring stick for cd value. I just like it better than rock boulevard, not that I don't like RB, it is pretty good. and your right, RB consistently gets the big bucks, and pleezer might not go as high. hard to tell, I won't be throwing my pleezer cd on ebay though, LOL. anyway, lets agree to disagree on this one. it really is a waste of time to try to convince each other.

From: surrf Date: March 30, 2004 at 5:59
Sorry Mike but I agree with TheRipper on his comments. I sold a Rock Boulevard 8 months ago and got $575. Only 350 are out there and the other 150 with a band member. PLEEZER is worth a lot less and as I said before it's average at best. Ebay is an excellent gauge to assess CD values since I do sell a lot of cds.

From: rox_regime Date: March 30, 2004 at 21:11
so pleezer is over rated.

From: Geoff Date: June 11, 2004 at 1:14
Musically the band is great, some killer hard rock riffs blessing the majority of the songs.Yes, musically it is a great CD.But, on the other hand the vocals are 50/50 - good when they're low key, but the high pitched moments are awful.And the band seem to have forgotten to write choruses! The first song is great, and has a decent chorus but there's barely a chorus or even hook to be seen on the rest of the CD.Still, music is good and overall it's a pretty good CD.Rock Boulevard is much better.

From: Aaron Date: October 8, 2004 at 5:16
Hey gang. Its nice to know people still talk about us. We were young and having fun when we wrote and recorded that disc. The high vocals can be debated all day long. But that was the thing then. Paul was and still is an amazing guitarist. I am now a Broadway singer/actor. Pleezer discs are gone. I only have two. Check us out on the ELP tribute disc 'FANFARE FOR THE PIRATES' we did 'From The Beginning' and many other things since Pleezer. Have fun with the CD and dont take it too seriously. Aaro

From: anamal Date: October 10, 2004 at 23:27
this cd is still a mainstay in the cd player..i still rate this release among the top indies (not)available??(LOL)..it is right up there with Hard Knox / Psycos r us......

From: Ken Date: December 15, 2004 at 13:17
I would be interested in buy or trading for this cd. If anyone is interested email me at warrior_rock@hotmail.com Thanks.

From: the game Date: March 12, 2006 at 17:00
Excellent 80's Melodic Hard Rock by Pleezer. Just listen to Throw It All Away, Magic Man, Twist Of Fate, Push-n-Shove, Slippin Away and Reality. There are a couple of fillers but over all a cd worth checking out. For fans of Keel, Lillian Axe, Danger Danger, Dokken, Ratt, Hurricane and early Firehouse. Rated 8.5/10.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: April 30, 2006 at 15:05
mmm for me Decent Melodic Hard Rock album, empieza con un buen corte para luego bajar totalmente ese gusto el tercer corte esta bueno tambien los otros 5 restantes no convencen se hacen monotonos y aburridos les falta esa garra y magia que caracteriza a los buenos grupos de Hard Melodico aparte de solo tener solo 7 cortes la puntuacion arriba es mucha yo le pongo solo un 6/10 lo justo.

From: metal_man73 Date: February 23, 2007 at 22:01
I won't comment on this cd because i always fall asleep by the third track. oh i think i just commented on it!

From: aaron Date: October 23, 2007 at 14:27
For anyone still interested in the band we have just been re signed and re released on Retrospect records with new tracks added. Check it out at http://retrospectrecords.com/Band/Pleezer.htm . Thanks for listening. Aaron

From: rick kerch vzla Date: October 18, 2010 at 21:30
Great band photo!!!...musically good too!!!..maybe wasn't my most exciting listening of the day but surely has its hooks ,"Throwin' It All Away" simply rocks,"Music Man" is a highlight,"I Feel Love" excellenet!,"I'll Wait For Your Call" and "Push-n-Shove" are also goodie ones...kinda hoarsy voice that makes the songs quite appealing...84/100...


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