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Artist: Stage Dolls

Title: Dig

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Stage Dolls Dig Album Cover

 

Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1997

Label: Polygram (Norway)

Catalog Number: 532 796-2

Personnel

Torstein Flakne vocals, guitars
Terje Storti bass
Steinar Krokstad drums

Tracks

1.  Run When It's Over  4:29
2.  It's Only Love  4:18
3.  Dig  3:59
4.  Good Times  4:49
5.  Talkin' To Me  3:36
6.  Cold Air Breezin'  5:29
7.  A Little R&R  3:21
8.  Like It  5:04
9.  Ain't Seen You  4:11
10.  Queens  4:11
11.  Do You Love Me  4:44
  
Total Running Time:  48:11

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rycheage Date: July 2, 2003 at 20:24
Yes, this is the album of their career. It is stronger, more consistent, musically superior and generally brilliant than anything they have recorded before. Now that is saying a lot, because they do have a strong catalog of tunes. And for the avid AOR fan - there are more hooks, melodies, choruses and moody songs than ever before. Find it and buy it!!

From: jsm Date: August 7, 2003 at 9:36
Well, very good album, but not their best. I like "Run when itīs over", "Itīs only love", "Good times" and "Cold air breezinī". My favs. are "Dig" (WOW!!), "Talkinīto me", "Ainīt seen you" (very good) and "Queens" (Uff!!). But I found "Like it", "A little rock and roll" and "Do you love me" very very repetitive and boring. Itīs just my opinion...jsmnavarro@lycos.com

From: Hrudet Date: May 29, 2004 at 0:21
I would rate this as one of the best pure AOR albums of '97. Where Hugo was a great example of AOR with all the Journey like keyboards etc., Stage Dolls is an example how the craft of great AOR is done using guitars as the focus.

From: Geoff Date: September 19, 2004 at 21:17
I must hear this again, and again because I am clearly missing something. I always see awesome reviews on this one, but to me it is just a good album, but not outstanding, and certainly not better than the s/t one, IMO. It has the slight aroma of the awful 'Stripped', though I admit it is much better, but just doesn't have those songs that bowl me over, unfortuantely. Pretty good AOR, if you ask me, but much like Torstein's solo one - mellow.

From: Mediaab Date: December 7, 2005 at 9:16
I have to agree with Geoff, Dig is another great album from Stage dolls' fantastic catalogue, but still personally I cannot find standout songs that are in the same league as Love cries, Love don't bother me, Heart to heart, Running back to you etc. A very good album, but not among their best.

From: metalguf Date: November 10, 2006 at 6:34
I also have to agree with Geoff. This is not amazing. But not bad either. A couple of good songs here.

From: tomdwa Date: April 11, 2020 at 15:32
As stated by others above, this disc seems nothing special to me. All the songs on the record pretty much sound the same, and there is no stand-out killer track as on their previous discs.


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