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CD GRAFFITI Obsession Institute of Art records England
CD GRAFFITI Obsession Institute of Art records England
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GRAFFITI - OBSESSION, CD LOST UK JEWELS COLLECTORS SERIES VOL.10 NEW
GRAFFITI - OBSESSION, CD LOST UK JEWELS COLLECTORS SERIES VOL.10 NEW
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Graffiti

Obsession

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1996

Label: Amiphon Records

Catalog Number: MEGA 758.0017.2

Average Rating: 81 / 100 (7 ratings)

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Personnel
Adam Armstrong Drums
Marcus Flynn Guitar
Rick Chase Vocals
Tony Stock Keyboards

Released as part of the Lost UK Jewels Series Vol.1+ bonus track

Limited Edition 500 copies
Tracks
1.  That's The Way I Like It    Cover: KC & the Sunshine Band
2.  Obsession  
3.  Body Language  
4.  Good Old Bad Old Days  
5.  Writing On The Wall  
6.  Dedication  
7.  Automatic  
8.  Your Touch  
9.  United We Stand  
10.  Always  
11.  Love Nor Money  
12.  Big Noise bonus track  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: stryper Date: July 27, 2006 at 5:49
wow!!! what a find this is.if you like bands like steelhouse lane wall of silence.then this album is for you.high class melodic rock is on offer here.great production.this german lot should have done another album.glad i bought it!!!!

From: Delbert Date: January 6, 2010 at 22:46
Very good English melodic rock band that had (pre Double Cross) Rick Chase handling vocal duties. Often mistaken as a German band because the CD was released on a German label, it has to be said that these guys were unique as their style was not run-of-the-mill. They forged new melodic rock paths, twisted and turned, leading the listener down one musical route, and then swiftly taking you along another road........ leaving you dizzy with delight. They do remind me in many ways of cult US pompsters TOUCH and NEW ENGLAND at times......Chase's vocals on occasion sound like Freddie Mercury. These guys are a hybrid of bands like PROTEUS "We Come In Peace" and THUNDER. This is one I can't recommend highly enough, but you might need a little patience. You have to click past track 1 which was a cover version of KC & The Sunshine bands "Thats the way I like it"...strangely, and wonder at all its nuances. And Stryper....Yes, I can hear some Steelhouse Lane vibes at times.

From: Hardwimp Date: February 27, 2010 at 3:12
Delbert is a cock who can't right his own comments and has to steal them of Aor-fm

From: MetalllianStallion Date: February 27, 2010 at 4:00
Hardwimp, let's leave Delbert's falice out of this. Hire a English translator for future reviews.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: November 8, 2010 at 19:42
Cool album by the 4 sides!!!..very pleasant indeed!!!...catchy Hard Rock tunes all over ..."That's The Way I Like It" is an awesome down to earth cover of that disco-funk song of the 70's,"Obsession" simply rocks!,"Body Language" is excellent,"Writing On The Wall" ,"Dedication" is another excellent shot,"Your Touch" IMHO the best track of the album & "Love Nor Money" ends the album in a pretty way...Rick Chase does a great job and the rest of the guys stand tall too!!!.95/100

From: Delbert Date: November 10, 2010 at 21:40
Just happened upon the comment of "Hardwimp" above so I went to the AOR-FM web site to see the description they posted of this CD. It wasn't noted who the reviewer was and I don't think Bruce wrote this one. Either way, this was extracted from one of my auction descriptions. I've seen this happen several times in the past. I've sold this particular CD numerous times over the past 5 or 6 years. At one time, I had about half a dozen copies when I first wrote that description. No matter...I find it flattering when they do this. I've even seen my descriptions used by others on E Bay.

From: showtime Date: January 20, 2012 at 0:27
Delbert,just wanted to let you know that I value your opinions very much on how you describe the style of these bands and don't take too much to heart on the comment from "hardwimp".I also have used your comments on some of my ebay auctions as well...keep in up my friend!


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