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Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 1994

Label: Long Island Records

Catalog Number: LIRC 00066

Average Rating: 82 / 100 (9 ratings)


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Armin Fendl Vocals
Paul Kreiger Guitar
Werner Eigner Bass
Rainer Thanner Keyboards
Klaus Leichtl Drums
Stargazer's debut album 'Back On The Street' was reissued by Long Island Records simply titled 'Stargazer'
1.  Back On The Street  
2.  In Your Eyes  
3.  Break Out  
4.  The Wizzard  
5.  Stargazer  
6.  Ruins Of Love  
7.  I See Rainbows  
8.  The Fall  
9.  I Don't Know Why  
10.  Blond Mane  
11.  Sometimes It's Heaven  
12.  Break The Law  

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From: zld Date: March 2, 2005 at 18:37
Another 'classic' release from LI records. Keyboard driven melodic rock. Sound is oke, songs are oke, but nowhere really special. Remind me of Mydra, Rainbow and Deep purple. Not essential. 7/10

From: MrMetal Date: March 6, 2014 at 20:56
The discography for STAR GAZER is as follows: "We Start To Play Now / Break The Law (Single)" (1986) "Back On The Street! (LP)" (1988) "Commercial Gods (LP)" (1994) "Stargazer (Compilation)" (1994)(which is what you have listed here) and "Dinomania (LP)" (1994) This Compilation on Long Island Records featured their "Back On The Street!" (LP)(tracks 1-8), 3 songs off their "Commercial Gods (LP)" (tracks 9-11) and 1 track off their initial Single from 1986 (track 12). Their style on all of the earlier release (up until "Dinomania") consisted of Neo-Classical Melodic Rock with a Glam image (that would change as well on "Dinomania"). The more comemrcial aspects of RAINBOW & MYDRA seem like pretty good comparisons although the vocals were the weakpoint (and I believe more than 1 singer contributed on some of their songs). Needless to say, this was better than what the band photo advertised on the original cover-art.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: October 22, 2016 at 12:47
Wow i was really surprised by this act ...good songs in the line as to say country mates Domain and with a little flavour of Deep Purple/Rainbow here and there...tracks 1,2,3(nice mid tempo),6(solid mid tempo),7,8 & 12 are into my book of music...enjoyable stuff indeed .86/100

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