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Artist: Malloy

Title: 88

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Malloy 88 Album Cover


Category: Melodic Hard Rock/AOR

Year: 2003

Label: Now & Then (UK)

Catalog Number: NTHEN43


Mitch Malloy Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion
Mike McConnville Guitars
Tim Wheeler Bass
Phil Richford Drums
Michael Himmel Guitar On Track 5
Tistan Guitar On Track 10
Robert Gorden Drums On Track 5
Tony Reyes Bass, Guitar On Track 5

Originally recorded in 1988


1.  On My Way  3:32   Listen
2.  Rodeo Girl  3:40   Listen
3.  She's Young, She's Wild  4:46   Listen
4.  If You Were Mine  3:04   Listen
5.  Still In Love  4:25   Listen
6.  Forever  4:14   Listen
7.  Feel Like Falling In Love  4:32   Listen
8.  Angeline  5:18   Listen
9.  Ready For Love  3:25   Listen
10.  Money Can't Buy Love  4:39   Listen
11.  Without You  4:46   Listen
12.  Problem Child  3:59   Listen
Total Running Time:  50:20

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Existing comments about this CD

From: James Date: February 15, 2005 at 19:08
I really like this cd. It is almost as good as his first release. Still has the 80's rock going on since it was recorded in 1988. This set the tone for his debut album that would go on to become a nice 'unknown' cd for the collectors of 80's rock and this stand's up next to it.

From: rocky Date: February 16, 2005 at 0:27
i only have this one and the 'best of ' cd from MM, so i can only say that this is a great album, maybe a little more straight forth melodic rock than the first offisial one?????...i only have a few tunes from the the first MM on the best of album and those were great. absolutely worth picking up this one too for all the melodic rock / aor lovers out there

From: Geoff Date: February 16, 2005 at 3:20
I actually prefer this to the debut. Much more consistent, not as polished and just awesome melodic hard rock. 'On my way' is the perfect huge melodic opener with a very catchy chorus, 'If you were mine' is easily my fave and a perfectly excecuted melodic rocker, 'Forever' is just a great song and sounds even better here than on the debut and 'Money' is wonderful too. Overall, it's just a great, consistent melodic hard rock album, and IMO his best. Recommended.

From: z4roxx Date: February 16, 2005 at 8:46
Agree with Geoff,more consistent and also great with lots of killer songs indeed,but his debut is the best and my fave too,IMO.

From: orietto Date: February 16, 2005 at 9:14
maybe geoff is sleeping now as in australia it's late nite...ahahahah

From: oliver Date: February 16, 2005 at 13:27
little better than average. the songs arenīt catchy enough, not remarkable. this for sure isnīt a must. 6,5/10

From: Nick C Date: February 16, 2005 at 15:23
This is basically some demos the good man did. I have a copy of the demos with a slightly different tracklisting : One More for the Road, Christine, Never Been Any Reason (Head East cover), a couple of the tracks from this official release aren't on it (but I've got it too anyway .. lol). Top songs though!

From: TIM (2) Date: February 16, 2005 at 16:02
Not a bad release, some highs and lows. It's a million miles from the classic debut and I also prefer the excellent 'Shine' to this, but it's worth picking up. Shame about his new direction on the disappointing Fluid Sol release... 6.5/10.

From: Chad Date: April 1, 2005 at 21:31
If you like the debut album by Mitch, you will dig this one. I actually prefer this one to the debut. There are some doubling up on songs here with the debut. Believe me, this is a much rawer album than the debut. That is not a bad thing. This one is from the heart and bleeds melodic rock. This is a highly recommended album. Mitch can pure and simple can write, sing and put out quality melodic rock. My hats off to him.

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