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Category: West Coast
Year: 1980/ 1983
Label: Capitol (Japan)
Catalog Number: VSCD-566
|1.||Two Lonely Nights|
|2.||Don't Let Me Go|
|3.||Love Me Tonight|
|5.||If You Should Sail|
|6.||It Could Be Trouble|
|7.||Givin' Your Love To Me|
|9.||Hurt No More|
|13.||Too Good To Last|
|14.||Break Nobody's Heart|
|15.||I Hear You Breathing|
|19.||Got Me Where You Want Me|
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|From: Jez||Date: June 24, 2005 at 6:20|
|I have always considered both these albums to be right up there with the best of them in this genre. ok- not quite topping the mighty 'Airplay' album, but not far off in terms of Quality. Of the two, 'Blind Luck' just about edges it, but it is a close thing. Definately a must have album if you love Westcoast, although not that easy to track down (yet another Jap only release)|
|From: Harald||Date: July 1, 2005 at 15:46|
|Fans of the classic I-Ten (Taking A Cold Look)CD will especially love Blind Luck, itīs in the same mood and quality, definately worth tracking down.|
|From: Rafo Phoenix||Date: April 12, 2007 at 12:37|
|About Blind Luck is a Very Good Westcoast/AOR album, no tengo esta compilacion solo el Blind Luck del 83 y es un muy buen album tanto del AOR como del Westcoast ya que encontraras cortes de ambos estilos y cruces de ellos asi que amantes de lo bueno es un trabajo que deben descubrir, hey Robert conociendo tus gustos de seguro ya lo debes de tener sino no lo puedes perder, muy bueno y calidad sobra solo miren la gente metida 8.5/10|
|From: camelot66||Date: January 5, 2008 at 7:57|
|Hi everybody this cd was a incredible misunderstanding for me for many years,I bought this Cd about 8-10 years ago from AOR-Heaven,and I thought it was terrible and wanted to give it back,well thank god that they did not want to take it back,because it was a Japan cd,I can tell you all this a fantastic piece of Westcoast-Aor,absolutley brilliant if you like Toto,I would not sell it anymoore,10/10 GEM.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: June 11, 2012 at 22:16|
|Nice package of 2 albums in 1 CD...typical Westcoast of the early 80's with some kind of Alessi Brothers,Pablo Cruise,Player,Orleans & Chicago in it as influences...it seemed that perhaps album 2 "Blind Luck" was the strongest one IMO...more appealing to the AOR genre than the Westcoast...tracks 1,4,5,9,10,11,12,13,15,16,18 & 19(the one i liked the most)are enjoyables ones for sure...recommended album if you are into the soft side of the business...88/100|
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