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Cellarful Of Noise

Magnificent Obsession

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Category: AOR

Year: 1988

Label: CBS

Catalog Number: 40341-1

Average Rating: 45 / 100 (2 ratings)


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Mark Avsec All Instruments, Vocals
Donnie Iris Vocals
1.  Samantha (What You Gonna Do?)  
2.  The Day They Dropped The Bomb  
3.  First Love  
4.  Heartzone  
5.  Shake It Loose  
6.  Temper Temper  
7.  Shuck And Jive  
8.  Women  
9.  Life After Love  

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From: peter poland Date: October 31, 2004 at 3:28
Late 80s Donnie Iris project, rather for Donnie's fans than AOR lovers.

From: Rycheage Date: January 29, 2005 at 15:42
Hi-tech synth pop is on offer here, not really for all you hardcore AOR lovers. Donnie Iris is in rare form but fails to carry the album, which is a bit lackluster at best. "Samantha (What You Gonna Do?)" and "The Day They Dropped The Bomb" are the best tracks yet they are lacking. For the Donnie Iris collector only. Everyone else should avoid.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: October 3, 2005 at 1:04
Very Average Pop/Hi-Tech with any AOR moment, al igual que su primer disco son discos regulares no AOR si no un Pop con algo de onda Hi-Tech, claro si tiene sus momentos en un par de cortes y no como dice el amigo Rycheage(gran conocedor) sobre los 2 primeros temas, yo me refiero a Heartzone(the best song, que si esta dentro del AOR) y Temper Temper . no me va eso de poner malo a un disco ya que todo trabajo se respeta y cuesta hacerlo asi que es regular solo eso. 4-5/10.

From: aor-boy Date: September 4, 2010 at 7:58
Not a good hi-tech album. Cellarful of Noise have also made an album in 1985 called Cellarful of Noise, that album is better, but still. It's descent. i'll give this album 3.5/10

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