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Artist: Holly Woods and Toronto

Title: Assault N Flattery

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Category: AOR / Melodic Hard Rock

Year: 1984

Label: Solid Gold/Long Island Records (Germany)

Catalog Number: LIRC 00065

Personnel

Holly Woods Vocals
Marty Walsh Lead & Rhythm Guitar
Mike Gingrich Bass
Scott Kreyer Keyboards, Hammond, Piano
Paul Hanna Drums
Daryl Alvaro Guitar
Brian Mcleod Guitar
Tim Mccauley Keyboards
Lenny Castro Percussion
Phil Kenzie Sax
Cece Bullard Backing Vocals
Nick Cerro Backing Vocals
John Coury Backing Vocals
Liz Lausanne Backing Vocals
Darby Mills Vocals On Track 8

Tracks

1.  New Romance  3:39
2.  Kerry Anne  4:40
3.  Sometimes Change  4:08
4.  Look What's Showing Through  4:37
5.  Bang Your Head  3:41
6.  Desperation  4:57
7.  Assault And Flattery  3:37
8.  Cats And Dogs (Stealin’) Duet With Darby Mills  3:27
9.  No More Clichés  4:23
10.  Where Are We Now? Bonus Track  4:56
  
Total Running Time:  42:05

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From: Jez Date: October 15, 2004 at 6:38
Not really an official Toronto release , as only Holly and Scott Kreyer remain from the original line up. They would have done better by just dropping the Toronto name and treating this as a Holly solo album. Still this is a good release, feat. a great cover of Spider's New Romance (though not quite as good as the original)and the Eddie Schwartz penned 'Look what's showing through'. To summise, a good solid release - typical of the time although not as good as the previous Toronto albums.

From: Real rock fan Date: December 9, 2008 at 14:02
Agree with Jez that it`s not quite as good as the Toronto albums but still a pretty good album.


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