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Artist: Andy Curran

Title: Andy Curran

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Category: Melodic Hard Rock

Year: 1990

Label: Alert Music Inc.

Catalog Number: Z2 81015


Andy Curran bass, synth, lead vocals
Simon Mosquito Brierley guitars
Glenn Stumpy Joe Milchem drums
Tim Broyd guitars
Stan Pavelites guitars
Alexander Kane additional guitars
Paul Marangoni backing vocals
Bill Petrie backing vocals
Carl Dixon backing vocals
Cindy-Loo Matthews backing vocals


1.  No Tattoos  
2.  Licence to Love  
3.  Let Go  
4.  Moon Beam  
5.  Nickels and Dimes  
6.  Right Where You Want Me  
7.  Teenage Heart-Throb  
8.  I Got This Feelin'  
9.  C'Mon C'Mon  
10.  Whisky and the Devil  

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From: Dan Friml Date: September 6, 2004 at 21:21
I bought this one on eBay, I didn't know about it anything, I didn't know what to expect... Yeah! Absolutely awesome CD!!! Definitely a MUST!

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From: Jez Date: September 7, 2004 at 11:48
Good solo release from the ex Coney Hatch bassist. Not as good as the band material, but a strong, solid rock album all the same.

From: jim Date: September 8, 2004 at 0:48
ya i have the album also,it rocks,good album to listen to in the car blasting his projects following this solo cd didn't do so well

From: Rockhead Date: September 16, 2004 at 4:59
Sorry-I think this albm is pretty pedestrian. The songs lak hooks and overall it is just another rock release. It never reaches the heights of Coney Hatch or indeed Carl Dixon's solo albums. Overall-Prety boring and uninspiring.

From: Nick C Date: January 28, 2005 at 14:42
Thought I'd comment on this release as I got his name mixed up with Carl Dixon's in an earlier review. Carl Dixon to me was the AOR voice of C.Hatch whereas Andy Curran had the more agressive rocker kinda voice which I kinda preferred (especially on the song Stand Up off debut). No Tattoos is a pretty cool song and sets the scene for the rest of the CD, Moonbeam is another choice cut. Really enjoyable release. If you like Coney Hatch then chances are you'll like this. What's he up to these days?

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: September 24, 2005 at 14:30
Decent-Average Hard Rock album with any melodic and AOR bits, otro de los integrantes de los Legendarios Coney Hatch que al igual que Carl Dixon son otra historia al lado de los Coney que estan en otro lote, hay algunos cortes que se salvan el caso de No Tattoos, Let Go, Right Where You Want Me. carente de inspiracion como el de Carl Dixon, creo que Coney Hatch fue muy duro para ellos, aca no me demuestran nada.

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