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Artist: Liquid Sunday

Title: Liquid Sunday

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2001

Label: Independent / Self-Release

Catalog Number: None

Personnel

Juan Crouchier Lead Vocals, Background Vocals, Bass, Lead & Rhythm Guitars
Rick Crouchier Drums

Tracks

1.  Welcome To Liquid Sunday  
2.  Why?  
3.  Sacrifice  
4.  So Close (Listen To Lessons So Far Inside You)  
5.  How Could You Go Away?  
6.  Scratch That Itch  
7.  Deep Inside My Heart  
8.  Love Doesn't Change  
9.  The Reminder  
10.  The Naked Truth  
11.  In The End  

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From: Dead Planet Date: August 16, 2006 at 20:11
What the hell!!?? No comments on this one...I know it's relatively recent but it is definitely late 80's early 90's based hard rock. It's also damn good and is worth buying just for the song "why?"....So I have to ask why?? the lack of interest here??

From: lucasgordon Date: January 14, 2007 at 17:24
*********************************Después de dejar Ratt, Juan Croucier, latino de herencia, comenzó a dedicarse a producir otras bandas como Jake E. Lee, Kiss y Mitch Perry. El vació de estar en una lo llevo a que ya varios años mas tarde tuviese un legado como disco solista, mas allá de que le puso el nombre de Liquid Sunday a su agrupación y de que se apoyo de Rick, su propio hermano (tras los parches) para darle cierre a este redondo.

From: lucasgordon Date: January 14, 2007 at 17:24
Juan toca todos los instrumentos restantes y pone las voces. Este cd esta muy bien logrado, dejándome la incógnita si Juan no debería haber tenido un papel mas central en la composición de los temas de Ratt, además de haber tenido un rol mas importante tras las voces de la popular banda de los ochenta? porque cuenta con una muy buena voz, sin desmerecer a la de Stephen Pearcy (ex-vocalista de Ratt). La potencia de temas como “Scratch that itch” son las que apuntalan este disco,

From: lucasgordon Date: January 14, 2007 at 17:25
digo esto porque después de haber visto a Juan en vivo, me doy cuenta de que en vivo son mil veces mas potentes, aparte de que Juan, aunque ya no use el maquillaje de los ochentas ni este tan delgado, no perdió ni un poco de ese buen gusto que da el ver a un buen músico arriba del escenario, tanto por la virtud que emplea, así como la imagen y carisma que emite. “Liquid Sunday” es un cd que tarde o temprano se va a convertir en una perla muy buscada por los coleccionistas,

From: lucasgordon Date: January 14, 2007 at 17:25
como ya lo son varios cds de miembros de famosas bandas que lanzan un opus y después no se consigue mas. Les recomiendo aprovechen ahora que aun esta en catalogo! alguna pregunta? lhgordo/at/yahoo


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