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Artist: Streetheart

Title: Streetheart

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Category: AOR

Year: 1982

Label: Capitol (Canada)

Catalog Number: S21 53010

Personnel

Kenny Shields Vocals
Daryl Gutheil Keyboards
Jeff Neill Guitar
Spider Bass
Herb Ego Drums

Tracks

1.  Without Your Love  
2.  Mad As Hell  
3.  Miss Plaza Suite  
4.  Wired  
5.  What Kind Of Love Is This  
6.  Snow White  
7.  Look In Your Eyes  
8.  Aint In No Hurry  
9.  One More Time  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: AOR freaky Date: August 24, 2004 at 6:35
Hé, I've always liked this band ! And to be honest : I even don't know why, but they intrigue me ! A bit a kind of 'special' AOR (don't know how to describe it !) and I'm still playing their records from time to time ! Fascinating band, and they're from Canada, after the USA the country that offered us the best AOR ! Sometimes they remind me a bit of Loverboy, but that's not exactly totally right. Streetheart is more adult, Loverboy more party AOR ! Both I like 'em both. Not superb, but good.

From: rocketron Date: August 24, 2004 at 7:58
Without doubt their finest moment.

From: Gringo Date: August 24, 2004 at 12:46
I found this very bland. Bored me as much as Pride of Lions.

From: Wotty Date: August 24, 2004 at 15:45
Hey Gringo,I have always wanted to say that,but that Pride Of Lions comment hurt a bit....

From: Nick Clarkson Date: October 22, 2004 at 13:24
Oh I love this band and this has to be one of their best albums. The keyboard intro to Without Your Love still sends shivers down my spine after all these years. If you find a copy of the album brought out a couple of years before this called Quciksand Shoes grab that it's fantastic. In fact I don't think that they did a bad album so grab any you can find except Action which is a compilation but it's not a good representation of what the band is about. Excellent stuff!

From: Lee Bradfield Date: May 3, 2005 at 12:47
Hey AOR Freaky - definitely one of the 24 essential AOR bands, and this is close to being their top album. Only 1983's Dancing With Danger rates higher for me, produced by Spencer Proffer (Shooting Star), full of melodic classics. I'm not sure if their sound is hard to describe though - just classic AOR !! It's a pity that '83 album is not on cd yet, but for now the vinyl gets through plenty of work ! Cheers

From: Lee Bradfield Date: May 3, 2005 at 13:11
Hey AOR Freaky - definitely one of the 24 essential AOR bands, and this is close to being their top album. Only 1983's Dancing With Danger rates higher for me, produced by Spencer Proffer (Shooting Star), full of melodic classics. I'm not sure if their sound is hard to describe though - just classic AOR !! It's a pity that '83 album is not on cd yet, but for now the vinyl gets through plenty of work ! Cheers

From: Dead Planet Date: September 14, 2006 at 15:26
Absolute classic release from a classic band. I have all 4 of their releases on vinyl and they are all excellent. I suppose I should buy them in cd form if they're available. IMO they rate higher than Loverboy although they never received the success that Loverboy did.

From: masmusic Date: September 15, 2006 at 11:05
All the Streetheart releases are available in CD format, there is also a Streetheart Essential that was just release last winter and sounds awesome!!

From: jstoyz Date: February 9, 2010 at 23:51
Without Your Love is a brilliant uptempo aor track and alone is worth the price of this album- the rest of the disc is very good as well, just not as sizzling as the opener....This is the release to get if you want to hear this band at the "peak of perfection." First spin through this one almost converted me into an AORFreaky disciple.....almost (HeHe)...though that chap did have great taste in AOR....Jeff.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: November 22, 2010 at 22:12
Wonderful classic old school AOR...loved it all!!!...pleasant voice(Kenny Shields) and great songs for our ears ..."Without Your Love" awesome starter with a fantastic beat,"Mad As Hell","Miss Plaza Suit" & "Wired" are catchy songs,"What Kind Of Love Is This" is a nice soft song,"Look In Your Eyes" is a smoothie mid tempo & "Ain't In No Hurry" is ...recommendable album 4 sure if you are into these bands that started it all...90/100


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