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Artist: The Kick

Title: Heartland

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Category: AOR

Year: 1987

Label: Fun House/ EMI (Japan)

Catalog Number: 32HD-1075

Personnel

Tony Crooks Vocals, Guitar
Leo Lyons Bass
Andy Nye Keyboards
Kex Gorin additional drums, backing vocals
Dave Dowle drums

Tracks

1.  Do You Know The Feeling  
2.  This Can't Be Love  
3.  She's Got It All  
4.  Heartland  
5.  Livin' It Up  
6.  See You On The TV  
7.  Louise  
8.  On The Beach  
9.  Don't Fool Around With Love  
10.  Working In A Parking Lot  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: AOR freaky Date: October 14, 2005 at 3:14
Not bad, not bad at all. This british (I think so) band does offer a blend of reasonable AOR. You have to listen a few times, but it's a grower. Not on the same hights as Magnum, FM, Strangeways, Heartland etc., but also well worth a listen.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: June 30, 2007 at 16:18
Very Good, de los tantos albums que tengo por alli y que estaba olvidado gracias a un post amigo lo vuelvo a recordar Freddy tiene razon sobre las bandas que menciona ya que estan en otro nivel pero este album tiene COSAS como This Can't Be Love(Fav) She's Got It All(2 Favoritos TEMONES JOYONES o como quieran llamarlo en simples palabras ESTILAZO A1), Heartland, Louise, Do You Know, On The Beach, Don't Fool Around.. la mayor parte en onda ZZ Top pero con su AOR Recomendado 8.5/10

From: PODEROSO YIRO Date: February 7, 2008 at 19:03
Good album. AOR with elements of Rockabily, a little bit of New Wave and a lot of influence of ZZ TOP, a Lot!. In fact, if you are very very into the classic sound of AOR in a FM, STRANGEWAYS, BAD ENGLISH Style, i think this album may sound a little bit boring, but anyway it has its good songs like "This Can´t Be Love" and "She´s Got It All". The rest of the album in my opinion doesn´t have much to offer, but like a said previously if you are a big fan of ZZ TOP´s "Eliminator", you´ll enjoy this

From: rick kerch vzla Date: May 31, 2011 at 23:30
Lovely album...in agreement with Rafo Phoenix...without being ultra extraordinaire songs,they have the elements 2 keep the AOR fans satisfied ..."Do You Know The Feeling","This Can't Be Love"(nice),"She's Got It All","Heartland","Louise" & "Don't Fool Around With Love" are songs that will put you in a good mood indeed...87/100


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