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Artist: Kingdom Come

Title: Bad Image

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1993

Label: WEA (Germany)

Catalog Number: 4509-93148-2

Personnel

Kai Fricke drums
Lenny Wolf rhythm guitar, bass, producer
Billy Liesegang solo guitar

Tracks

1.  Passion Departed  4:48
2.  You're the One  5:18
3.  Fake Believer  3:48
4.  Friends  4:36
5.  Mad Queen  4:12
6.  Pardon the Difference (But I Like It)  1:54
7.  Little Wild Things  3:17
8.  Can't Resist  5:02
9.  Talked Too Much  3:21
10.  Glove of Stone  5:02
11.  Outsider  4:35
  
Total Running Time:  45:53

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Existing comments about this CD

From: t swoff Date: April 17, 2001 at 8:27
a very underrated album by a very underrated band.lenny wolf has consistently stayed true to his musical visions throughout his career.he's had several different lineups for KC, but its messages still come thru, whether its about love lost or found, friendsips lost or found, life on the road or on stage,its all strait ahead rock n roll.if you are a true KC fan this album is worth a few listens to.you won't be disappointed!

From: Eugenio Chahin Date: April 24, 2001 at 19:36
I have been some years now into hardrock/aor and been a hardcore KC fan and this is my all times fav. album.This is a little weird lineup in the KChistory but Lenny still do a master pice of it. It takes when HandsOfTime leaves and it is a very vanguardist sound, but what a sound, all songs are very deep and they will rock the hell out of u.Sometimes it can put you sad or very emotionnal but man that is what art(great art)should do.So now you know don´t dare to miss this Must have for every one!

From: Date: May 23, 2003 at 16:32
It is best work Lenny Wolf!!! Not a bad song on the album. My favorites – “Friends”, “Mad Queen”, “Outsider”. Rating: 10/10.

From: Andrew Date: May 23, 2003 at 16:33
It is best work Lenny Wolf!!! Not a bad song on the album. My favorites – “Friends”, “Mad Queen”, “Outsider”. Rating: 10/10.

From: Bill Date: June 9, 2003 at 19:47
Not a single bad moment on this entire album, a MONSTER release of melodic rock history!!! Unfortunately back in 1993 Bon Jovi made it big time with his "Keep The Faith" album and Kingdom Come, Robby Valentine and Shotgun Symphony released even better melodic rock pomp albums the same year and went into obscurity, where is the justice.......???

From: Wolf Date: November 3, 2003 at 7:58
THE GREATEST WORK OF K.C.

From: Date: December 7, 2003 at 19:30
This album and the first one KC made are the best ones so far. Excellent album, good tunes, heavy and pop.

From: Eugenio "Waite" Date: December 21, 2003 at 0:54
Long Time since April 24, 2001 ... I dont't know, its maybe worthless, but I feel I gotta write something more on this cd. All of this tinme and still moving me inside like no other. Just to deep, just John Waite and the mighty Marillion (with Steve H) gets close enough in touching these emotions so strongly in me. Love this cd 2 much. Not gonna write more, I will break down 'N' cry if I go on. If u dont have it, shame on u!

From: dtblud Date: April 24, 2004 at 10:48
One of the Best Hard Rock albums ever. Lenny Wolf is a musical genius. Not many can boast this type of talent. He wrote the music, wrote the lyrics, Sang, played the guitars and bass, and produced the album....WOW! His newest masterpiece is due to be released this summer. All you fans out there join us at the Kingdom Come message board: http://pub94.ezboard.com/bthehighland

From: davesworld Date: July 27, 2004 at 21:19
Very good CD. I like this one alot. One of my favorite Kingdom Come CDs. If you like them make sure you have this one in your collection.

From: Anette Date: September 12, 2004 at 12:51
A killer cd, melodic rock never sounded better, 10/10!!!

From: Geoff Date: September 13, 2004 at 20:42
This is a very good, consistent CD. I guess it's consistently a little rockier than previous releases. The music is great, the songs are very good - just a good, solid collection of well played hard rock. I like it! 'Mad queen' and 'Can't resist' are two of my faves. Solid CD.

From: dokken6008 Date: November 19, 2004 at 3:17
As has already been stated, this release is indeed a great piece of melodic rock history from Lenny and co. The underlying keyboards underneath every single track gives the surrounding music (guitars/bass/drums) such great added power that they would otherwise lack on their own. And this is by no means one of those cheesy keyboard rock cds--the keys here are used so appropriately. It has such a strong impact on this release that I feel others have failed to state as of yet. A great cd...

From: oliver Date: November 21, 2004 at 14:43
the one and only great cd, kc has ever released. forget the rest, but this is killer melodic rock.

From: Wachen Date: November 25, 2005 at 6:14
Buy this one. This is a non-filler album and has a lot of AOR-hints all over it. Which of course is good! =) Best tracks, "You're the one" and "Outsider". 9/10

From: petermexico Date: April 29, 2009 at 13:31
This is another great album by Kingdom Come, it´s different than it´s predecesors, but a good one. Es una grata sorpresa haber escuchado este disco que pasó desapercibido, y Lenny Wolf demuestra el gran músico que es, manteniendo un buen conjunto de canciones y realmente es un disco muy consistente de principio a fin. Una inesperada obra de un músico incansable.

From: hair metal again Date: July 29, 2010 at 2:21
simply one of the best hard rock acts of all time release another great one.as music industry was getting rid of great hard rock music,KINGDOM COME continued with an amazing release.lenny wolf is one of the best songwriters ever and he proves it with songs like "passion departed","you re the one","mad queen" and the outstanding "outsider".words arent enuff,this is essential

From: Harald Date: July 29, 2010 at 13:49
I can only agree with the comments above, this is a fantastic melodic rock CD, every song is a clear winner and "Mad Queen", "Can´t Resist" and "Outsider" are phenomenal.There are not many musicians that can put so many emotions into songs than Lenny does here. The first 2 Kingdom Come CD´s are Hardrock classics, this one is Melodic Rock and a real 100/100 album for me!!! Every home should have this one....

From: MetalPete1031 Date: August 27, 2014 at 11:06
wow. Ok, I will have to be devil's advocate here. I don't like this album, except for maybe 5 songs. Gone are the bonecrunching guitars, instead replaced with keyboards and slow-tempo rockers about Lenny's wretched love life. Half of this album is somewhat enjoyable, but it's clear to early fans that things were not going to get any heavier in the albums that followed, and unfortunately for us that is true. Find myself falling off of the KC fan club wagon pretty hard with this one...


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