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Artist: Robin George

Title: Dangerous Music

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Category: Lite AOR

Year: 1985

Label: Castle Music (Uk)

Catalog Number: CMRCD 008

Personnel

Robin George Bass, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Phil Lynott Bass
Chris Thompson Vocals
Kex Gorin Percussion
Peter Green Percussion, Keyboards
Dave Holland Percussion, Drums
Adrian Lee Synthesizer, Bass
Pino Palladino Bass
Philip Soussan Bass
Mark Stanway Piano

Tracks

1.  Heartline  
2.  Spy  
3.  No News Is Good News  
4.  French Kisses  
5.  Stolen From My Heart  
6.  Shout  
7.  Showdown  
8.  Hit List  
9.  Shoot On Sight  
10.  Don't Turn Away  
11.  Space Kadett  
12.  Heartline 2nd Version  
13.  Showdown Live  
14.  Heartline Live  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: peter poland Date: June 9, 2004 at 3:39
Heartline is a killer !

From: Rene Date: June 10, 2004 at 15:46
Yes, the song HEARTLINE is a real KILLER. Also the video clip for that song is increible. Its on one of the early KERRANG video together with WOW, IRON MAIDEN, GARY MOORE and all those glory 80s bands that we all love so much.

From: Big Papa K Date: June 13, 2004 at 1:21
Few artists have had as much bad of luck as Robin George. But for a period he was great, such as this album as the unbelievable single "Heartline". Who knows where he could have gone if the record company did not go under. 8/10

From: bdrums1971 Date: September 13, 2004 at 23:48
I'm sorry, but this cd sucks. The production is awful, and the songs don't flow. They seem cobbled together. The vocals aren't horrible, but aren't anything special. I can't believe the good reviews above. Maybe some people like this cd, but I am completely unimpressed. 'Nuff said.

From: Rockhead Date: September 14, 2004 at 4:38
This is an album by a British artist released in 1985 utilising (at the time) state of the art technology in terms of keyboards, programming and so forth, released through a label that gave probably a 50th of what American rock bands got in the day-and people complain about the sound!! This was an excellent album upon release with Heartline being the stand-out. I bought this re-issue and I think it sounds like a product of the time, but it dosn't sound bad. Listen to the debut Norway cd for bad

From: Rene Date: October 10, 2004 at 10:21
I just got a new release by ROBIN GEORGE. DANGEROUS MUSIC LIVE 85 and its a killer live album. It just came out on MAJESTIC ROCK RECORDS. All RG fans need to buy this release.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: April 15, 2005 at 11:55
Lite AOR or Pop AOR, me esperaba mas pero no fue asi me aburrio mucho y ya no lo escucho salvo unos temas sueltos que rescato Heartline(que el solo tener esos 17 segundos magicos al comienzo se puede escuchar) y Showdown. despues nada de nada te aburrira es la pura verdad.

From: shoemaker Date: May 18, 2005 at 10:24
Heartline is a good song indeed, but the rest is awfull. Yes, dangerous music, dangerous cause you are wasting your money with this pop crap.

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From: Jez Date: May 18, 2005 at 11:48
Awful is a little strong I think, although this is far from being the excellent release it was reported to be way back when it was released. The excellent 'Heartline' is by far and away the best track on this (and everything else he has done), but there are also other reasonably good moments spread throughout. It does sound quite dated at times though compared to some other albums releasd around the same time and now suffers for it. Still 'Heartline' gets a regular spin, even if the others don't

From: Nick C Date: May 19, 2005 at 1:33
Heartline is killer and the follow up single Spy is pretty neat too. The rest though seems a little bland, when it was released I thought it was okay but nothing special. Unfortunately time has done it no favours and the production which in the mid 80's was state of the art now seems dated. Robin George certainly has a talent but I think he relies too much on studio technology (as anyone who has seen him live with either Life or solo may agree). The previous History E.P. was pretty good though.

From: Axelinger Date: May 23, 2005 at 13:29
I picked this up at an import store in Toronto when it came out, as I'd heard Robin George could possibly be Phil Lynott's next sideman, but I was extremely disappointed when I sat down and listened to it... Too poppy, bland, and definitely not as hard rocking as I thought it would be...

From: Edouard Date: December 16, 2005 at 8:25
Some comments above are a little harsh indeed. Robin George had a vision back then, he is a master composer. Also, the then state-of-the-art technology approach gives the record a very standout sound and a charm still valid today, despite (and thanks to) its obsolete character. The track "Showdown" is unforgettable. A very original album, a must in every AOR collection. I can't think of another record sounding like this one, a mark of superior quality in my book.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: November 30, 2006 at 7:52
"Heartline" is an athemn!!!!!!.

From: metalhead4life Date: November 30, 2006 at 12:10
Heartline is what got me interested in this one so I picked it up. I have the Heartline video (well half of it) on VHS with a bunch of other metal vids taped tsraight from the mid-80's - even has some commercials and the MTV VJ's little intros/bits. Not a bad album and definitely a classic mid-80's rocker - especially Heartline.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 15, 2012 at 20:15
Giving my vinyl collection a severe undusting i ran into this "Dangerous Music" of Robin George...yes,"Heartline" is an anthem like i wrote way back in 2006(btw sorry about the spelling mistake of the "word" )but not only you can find satisfaction in that song also "French Kisses","Stolen From My Heart","Shout" & "Showdown" will put you in a happy state too...recommended stuff...87/100


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