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Artist: Robin McAuley

Title: Business as Usual

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Category: Hardrock

Year: 1999

Label: Zian Records/Big M.F.

Catalog Number: zacb-1010

Personnel

Robin McAuley vocals, percussion
Frankie Sullivan guitars, bass, backing vocals
Curt Cuomo drums, keyboards

Tracks

1.  One Way Ticket  
2.  Easy on Me  
3.  When the Rain Came  
4.  Every Little Thing  
5.  In the Groove  
6.  Bad Times  
7.  Time Will Dry Your Tears  
8.  Glass Houses  
9.  Let Me Go  
10.  I Will Gonna Be the One  
11.  Where Will You Go  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: AOR freaky Date: August 8, 2005 at 14:06
Business As Usual ? ! Not really ! Ha Ha !!! This is a lot heavier than we are used to from Robin, but it's a good, pure hardrock CD and with Sullivan and Cuomo he has a great 'backing band' for sure ! Anyway, good stuff but I still prefer his days in and his work with MSG !!!

From: Geoff Date: August 9, 2005 at 19:50
I'd have to disagree with Freaky in saying this is any heavier than what Robin M. is usually associated with. I think this is pretty much on par with his other stuff in terms of 'heaviness'. I'm not a huge fan of the straight ahead hard rock numbers which are very ordinary, but all the balladic/mid-tempo tracks (about 3) are very nice and easily the highlight of the disc. Decent, but easily avoidable disc... like Elements of Friction. A couple of gems amongst duds.

From: Gonzalo rock Date: August 13, 2005 at 7:06
I'm a great fan of Robin since MSG times. This album contains great songs with the voice of Robin on the top with a perfect performance from Frankie and Curt. The ballads are superb. One Way Ticket, When the rain came, Every little thing, Time will dry your tears or Let me go give me all I want to enjoy Robin's music.

From: stryper Date: August 24, 2005 at 11:56
very cool cd.if you like rock with that ac/dc sound.well on some of the guitar work.and you liked him in msg.then you need this one.one way ticket and every little thing.are worth the price alone...imho...

From: headbanger4life Date: January 26, 2006 at 0:56
I liked this one. I thought it was better than his work with 'Elements Of Friction'. There was a good mix of up tempo rockers and some nice ballads. Not his best work but it certainly isn't his worst either. I had a hard time finding this one to. I ended up getting the Japanese version.

From: Lovedrive Date: July 31, 2006 at 16:14
Prefiero sus discos con MSG, pero hay buenas canciones como Every Little Thing. Más hard rockero y menos heavy que con Michael Schenker.

From: Maxi Date: October 6, 2008 at 0:41
holy cabo wabo....what a FANTASTIC hard rock album!!! great vocals, awesome songs & outstanding production!!! check out the opening track, & the powerballads...Damn, it's just perfect! highly recommended 9.7/10


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