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Artist: Wig Wam

Title: Non Stop Rock N Roll

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Wig Wam Non Stop Rock N Roll Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2010

Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)

Catalog Number: FR CD 443


Glam vocals
Teeny guitars
Flash bass
Sporty drums


1.  Do Ya Wanna Taste It  2:57   Listen
2.  Walls Come Down  3:57   Listen
3.  Wild One  3:23   Listen
4.  C'mon Everybody  4:15   Listen
5.  Man In The Moon  4:00   Listen
6.  Still I'm Burning  3:34   Listen
7.  All You Wanted  3:14   Listen
8.  Non Stop Rock And Roll  3:50   Listen
9.  From Here  3:16   Listen
10.  Rocket Through My Heart  3:28   Listen
11.  Chasing Rainbows  4:57   Listen
12.  Gotta Get It On bonus track  3:19   Listen
Total Running Time:  44:10

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Existing comments about this CD

From: crazydischunter Date: December 8, 2009 at 14:04
This is there best to date . Brilliant songs that are a little less cheesy than past releases which is very good...........

From: onemorecast Date: February 3, 2010 at 4:11
One of the best glam bands of all time, maybe the best. Ultimate cheese, but you can't stop listening and singing along. I wish some of the European bands would get together and come tour the states. Europe, PC69, Jaded Heart and Wig Wam would be a great bill.

From: Geoff Date: February 10, 2010 at 21:19
Definitely their weakest album so far, but it's Wig Wam so there are no doubt going to be some KILLER songs here. And this time they take form in the shape of 'Wild One', 'Still I'm Burning', 'All You Wanted', and album highlight 'Rocket Through My Heart'. These four songs are perfect, and the title track and 'Do Ya Wanna Taste It' are pretty good too. Unfortunately, 'C'mon Everybody', 'Chasing Rainbows' and 'Gotta Get It On' are dreadful - much worse than you'd expect from Wig Wam. And the two ballads are very average too. The only other track is 'Walls Come Down' which is almost a filler too. So, overall you still have some good stuff but this album doesn't quite reach the very high standards the band have set for themselves. Always worth checking out a new Wig Wam disc, though.

From: 123charpenay Date: February 12, 2010 at 16:03
i am ok with geoff.their first album is sensational,their second not at the same level but excellent and this new album is great.not is their weakest cd s.tracks 6,7,8,10 are some killers songs who could be on their first album they have the level.tracks 1,2,3,4 are goods songs not more.the rest is a desert.track 11 is weird ,track 12 the japan bonus is the demo of 2002 of "bless the night" absoluty no interest!the two ballads tracks 5 and 9 are a pity!!!!!!no inspiration no melody.hey guys stop the ballads you are really bad in this exersice you are far far far far away from scorpions for hard rock n roll only.i think their style of music(glam party rock)limited the inspiration it is always the same.this album looks like to a good cd s of france we says "pas de quoi s en réveiller la nuit" (no reason to wake up in the night for that!!!!!!!!!

From: george_the_jack Date: February 12, 2010 at 16:40
They have absolutely missed it! A true shame...

From: metalmastermusic Date: February 14, 2010 at 0:59
Well I expected a lot more from these guys...after two great albums they seem to have finally been caught up in the "studio radio" production ring. Nowhere near as raw as their previous efforts and I just don't hear Teeny wailing on this disc as he did on the others. That said this album is ready for mainstream radio play..uggh. Hope the next album gets back to the Wig Wam of old. Sorry to disagree with the comments above but this is by far their worst release (and I am a huge fan of them). The cheese made them Wig Wam..... 77/100

From: metalmaniac777 Date: February 20, 2010 at 8:20
Word of a new album by this awesome band always makes me wig out with anticipation like a virgin who has been promised his first blowjob after the prom, so when advance buzz indicated this CD wasn't as strong as their early stuff, I began trembling with terrified trepidation. Unfortunately, the advance buzz was correct--this is not up to the heavenly high standard they set early in their career. That said, Wig Wam cranking on only six cylinders instead of eight is still better than most other glam-rock bands' best. There are some genuine gems on this puppy that have been playing nonstop in my stereo. And those trademark harmony vocals...holy cow, there are more big backing vox on this CD than you could count with an abacus, two calculators, and all your fingers & toes. So, bottom line, the band has rolled out a release that is a little subpar by their standards, but by any other standard would be considered pretty darn good.

From: onemorecast Date: February 27, 2010 at 14:44
Just got it from amazon the other day. They took a step back with this one.Wigwamania might have been their high point.There's more filler and less killer on this one.maybe it with grow on me with a few more listens but i doubt it.i'll be comparing everything to smoke and mirrors from lynch mob for awhile, that one hit the mark.

From: DOUG Date: March 11, 2010 at 7:02
Anthemic and bombastic Rock N' Roll with 'balls'!!! I can't find any other words to describe the new effort of Wig Wam! Heavier than ever but with the feel-good party mood still here the new album is ready to break down the walls. From the great opener "Do Ya Wanna Taste It " to the last bonus track of the album "Gotta Get It On", this album rocks big time. Rock N' Roll with attitude! Taste it....

From: aorluver Date: March 24, 2010 at 12:04
I didn't expected it'd be that good! Very melodic ,sunny music Def Leppardish every now and then. I like it! "Wild One" rulezz!

From: juan carlos Date: April 6, 2010 at 11:34
I never was a fan of Wig Wam, this album is Good but not great IMO. Good choruses, some good songs, no more. 7.8/10

From: z4roxx Date: May 18, 2010 at 12:07
Got this one recently as my own copy.My first impression is bad and very negative.What happened to this band I don't know,maybe they're already over after 3 albums,I think so.Choruses and arrangments aren't comparable to the previous works,the only good thing as the others is the singer,the rest is really deprecable IMO."Wild One" is the only decent song here,but also the tunes are weak everywhere.I did take it because I did consider the other 2 discs awesome but now I don't know if hold the disc.I must really say sadly:Not recommended

From: rick kerch vzla Date: May 21, 2010 at 20:45
I must confess that i like the band a lot and somehow is kinda hard to be harsh in a band's album especially if u like the band but i must admit that this effort is not as strong as their previews has good songs though such as "Wild One" with that AOR sound,"Still I'm Burning" that sounds just like a hit single,"All You wanted" is amazing,"Non Stop Rock'n'Roll" is explosive & "Rocket Through My Heart" is probably the best song of the album..also a highlight could be "Man In The Moon" which is an excellent ballad,i really liked this track...anyway the album still has something to offer but i hope their next release brings us back 2 what they do best...good music!.90/100

From: the rocker Date: January 16, 2012 at 18:18
I disagree about it being their weakest cd. It is actually my favorite from the band, just straight ahead commercial hard rock(just the way I like it). My 2 Favorites of this are Wild One & All You Wanted, but there are other really good tracks here. Do Ya Wanna Taste It, When The Walls Come Down, Rocket Through My Heart, & the awesome ballad From Here. I highly recommend.

From: hair metal again Date: August 20, 2015 at 5:39
excellent release once again by WIG WAM ,one of the best bands of this decade for sure!straight commercial hard rock music with plenty of hooks and great songs and as always party lyrics!all the songs are very good and especially "rocket through my heart " and "from here"!excellent band&release

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