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Artist: Spread Eagle

Title: Spread Eagle

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1990

Label: MCA

Catalog Number: MCAD-6383

Personnel

Ray West vocals
Paul DiBartolo guitar
Rob DeLuca bass
Tommi Gallo drums

Tracks

1.  Broken City  
2.  Back on the Bitch  
3.  Switchblade Serenade  
4.  Hot Sex  
5.  Suzy Suicide  
6.  Dead of Winter  
7.  Scratch Like a Cat  
8.  Thru These Eyes  
9.  Spread Eagle  
10.  42nd Street  
11.  Shotgun Kiss  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Aj Date: March 12, 2001 at 15:44
This was one of my first tapes I owned. It was shown to me by a friend at school. I think this is a great album and bought it numerous times because my friends kept stealing them. All in all this is one of my favorites of all time.

From: tom Date: April 2, 2001 at 17:41
first time i heard this album, it blew me away. Nowadays it still got a great effect on me. Spread 'em.. tomcat@dolfijn.nl

From: chris Date: April 5, 2001 at 22:33
i seen em at a lil club in houston tx in 90'...an met an hanged out with em on there bus,,,they really blew me away..they were all really great guys ..very good musicians...i never understood why there debu album didn't hit harder than it did....i'll always be a big fan of theres...they put on an awosome show that night

From: Andrea Date: May 8, 2001 at 16:55
I own both Spread Eagle cd's and they are two of my favorites. I would have to say that these guys were a little ahead of their time in the music industry, but none the less, quite an amazing band. I would have loved to see them live... but living in Canada really limits you. If you ever get a chance, buy this cd... it rocks!

From: gogobar dj NJ Date: June 10, 2001 at 19:42
yes i work at one of the few 'rock' gogo bars in new jersey, and believe it or not, i play both SE cd's at the bar,i even have few dancers that request SE music, i have been a fan from the early days seening them in the trenton area, and have look for ray west's new project 'girls of porn', i heard they have played up in the hoboken area of new jersey....i strongly re'mnd this cd, if u can purchase it, i have 2 copies of each in case i wear one of them out....lol my em gogobar_dj_in_nj@yahoo.com

From: GREG SASS Date: January 4, 2002 at 20:43
KILLER STUFF HERE VOCALS,GUITARS,PRODUCTION,I CALL IT SEX METAL!!!!!

From: federico Date: January 24, 2002 at 11:09
Wild and angry, that's what they were. This debut reminds me Appetite for destruction( Guns) and the first Skid Row. If Slash take Rob West with him, he can really replace Axl without problems.

From: Someone Date: April 23, 2002 at 10:54
THese Rock!!!!

From: TheRipper Date: May 21, 2002 at 19:59
Great band, the track 'Switchblade Serenade' alone makes this baby a 10... Great band, I gave it a 10 since the rest is strong too ('Scratch Like a Cat' and 'Broken City' are both great too). Get it if you can.

From: TIM Date: May 25, 2002 at 23:29
This one isn't too bad, but I wasn't crazy about their 2nd release.

From: Rick Rock Date: July 21, 2002 at 20:32
On par with art-rock classics such as Darkthrone's Transylvanian Hunger and Michael Damien's where do we go from here album. David Hasselhoff watch out! The video for switchblade serenade and the scene with the wanks running from the cops is tasteful, artistic and makes me want to do the same. A triumph of artistic valour, and an album which was ahead of its time. The band name of "spread eagle" was created by an artisitc genious hands down! The artist has an intense love for the soon to be exti

From: ENZO SALSQUATCH Date: July 27, 2002 at 17:55
I'm going to have to agree with all- mighty, ever- stinky Rick Rock on this one. This album is an artistic triumph on par with musical greats such as John Tesh and Agoriphobic Nosebleed. As soon as I heard this album I stapled my shlong to my greasy ass just to attempt to hit those high Ray West notes. The song "HOT SEX" is both tasteful and titilating and made me want to shit my pants. These perverts are sleazier than R.Kelly at a day care centre. Long live Shlock Rock!!!

From: nitrodoll Date: August 5, 2002 at 10:49
darkthrone and spread eagle in the same line..uhmmm, ah it's all rock n roll after all but spread eagle is a killer band with 2 excellent cds...nitrodoll1974@hotmail.com

From: SPRED EEGUL Date: August 20, 2002 at 14:52
These losers might as well forget they ever went by the name Spread Eagle - there's one from Vancouver that is pure rock'n'roll mayhem & they just opened for The Misfits - had the crowd of 900 or so totally goin' apeshit!!! Ready to re-write the book of rawk!!!

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From: Blue Charvel Date: August 21, 2002 at 7:05
But I liked the "book of rawk" they had written. These guys kicked ass. I was even willing to forgive the sometimes stupid lyrics on this disc for the raw energy. The second disc is excellent too, but slightly more restrained with better production. Really, this is a fuckin' classic blend of sleaze AND talent.

From: R. Hall Date: September 3, 2002 at 0:37
Great band and great album.Kinda of like a cross between Guns & Roses (appetite for destruction era) and Skid Row (Slave To The Grind era).Check out the track "Broken City" and tell me if Skid Row's "Monkey Business" wasn't influenced by this song.Spread Eagle were highly underrated and were definetely one of the best bands out of the hairband era.

From: micheal Date: September 21, 2002 at 12:17
This is a VERY good cd. Switchblade serenade will instantly become a favorite to anyone who listens to it. I guarantee it!!!The rest of the cd kicks ass as well.Anyone who likes to really rock in every sense of the word Must get this cd.ROCK ON!!!!!!!

From: Teo_3 Date: December 25, 2002 at 21:59
Sleaze don't come better than this album.Hits like "Broken City", " Switchblade Serenade", "Thru These Eyes", "Spread Eagle" make this a 10/10 sure winner.

From: Date: February 24, 2003 at 20:21
Been lookin for this one for over a year - finally picked it up for $5 in a used bin. Like Tora Tora's first, I don't know why I ever got rid of it in the first place. Simply awesome hard rock from start to finish. As good as, if not better, than any skid row or g'n'r in my opinion - and I'm a huge fan of them as well! Man, I miss this good, raw hard rock. It's hard to believe there was a time when every "hard rock" band didn't rap most of the time and just throw in some heavy, detuned power cho

From: Date: February 24, 2003 at 20:25
(oops-ran out of room) ...power chords for good measure instead of using synths or samples. Anyway, GET THIS - IT ROCKS!!!!!

From: TheRipper Date: March 15, 2003 at 21:13
Yeah Man, this brings me back right to the thriving scene of 1990, in which I owned this tape and loved it. I wore the thing out but replaced it with a CD thankfully, which I took it out to give it a go as of recent... This is just KILLER Hard Rock for all you HR/Glam Junkiez like myself, go get it if you don't already have it. 'Switchblade Serenade' is still my pick of the bunch, I've always loved the hooks on that one. Recommended.

From: The Fizzy One Date: April 27, 2003 at 4:49
Well! When I first heard it, I compared it to David Wayne from Metal Church singing for GnR. Ray West actually has a great voice when he stops shrieking long enough to show it off. One small beef? Horrible drum sound on this one, almost inaudible on some songs. Great stuff nonetheless. It's what I like to call "angry glam." The Fizz Picks: "Broken City," "Hot Sex," "Thru These Eyes."

From: Jessie Date: May 24, 2003 at 0:37
One truly badass band!!

From: Fizz Date: June 21, 2003 at 0:15
Somebody remarked up there that "Broken City" was a precursor to Skid Row's "monkey Business?" I don't see it, but the album as a whole does seem like a precursor to Slave to the Grind.

From: Scandinavia Date: October 15, 2003 at 9:21
This is quality rock'n'roll!

From: Eric Date: November 11, 2003 at 21:54
These guys came into a record store that I worked at for the promotion of thier first album release and then gave us tickets to thier show that night. I had them sign my copy but it was stolen. I really thought they would amount to something big, but it seems they had just missed out to Extreme during that time.

From: Tom Date: November 20, 2003 at 0:40
This band rocks your ass off!!!!!!!!

From: Border Rat Date: November 29, 2003 at 9:16
Broken city and thru these eyes are the stand out tracks here.Will this band reform? There should be a BEST OF release made of the two CDS by SPREADEAGLE.Just leave out instrumental tracks which are a complete waste of time on any good rock record.The album is very diverse in its sound.

From: Altay Date: January 15, 2004 at 18:38
spread eagle is the most underrated band of it's genre in my opinion. i'm desperately lookin' for a live video-concert of 'em.any chance to find?

From: Dean Date: January 16, 2004 at 11:35
Altay, if you check ebay right now there's a live show from New York '92 +some videos- the price looks good right now but it's still got 4 days to go. I've had really good luck with all the live shows I've picked up off ebay so hopefully you'll get the same. The first Spread Eagle is def one of my favs but i could never get into the second. "Thru these Eyes" has some of the best lyrics ever.

From: TheRipper Date: January 27, 2004 at 5:28
Man, I just like this one too... Wish they would have stuck to this style on their second, as this is such a Killer example of 1990 Hard Rock. These guys had power, melody and an edge that you can hear on tracks like 'Broken City', 'Back on the Bitch', Switchblade Serenade', and 'Scratch Like A Cat'. Great release.

From: SleeZe Date: February 10, 2004 at 3:26
One of the best bands ever!!!THeir songwriting kick ass!!SLeez'em!!!

From: Mid"Foxy"Nite Date: February 10, 2004 at 17:04
L.A Guns +Skid Row+Guns n`Roses = Spread Eagle !! Great Band Stay(oYo)Glam!!!!!

From: luismi Date: February 25, 2004 at 6:20
Sólo tengo escuchadas 2 canciones, Switchblade serenade y Back on the beach, y sólo por esas 2 canciones deberían de haber llegado más lejos. Me gustaría encontrar este disco, pagaría lo que fuera! El segundo es más flojo, creo que quisieron suavizarse para que les pincharan en las radios y perdieron esa mezcla explosiva entre glam/hard rock y una actitud macarra. Es una pena que no vivan de esto. luismivalero@hotmail.com

From: Dave Date: April 8, 2004 at 19:12
Only problem i've always had with this CD is the sound. "Switchblade Serenade" is a killer tune but if you hunt down the promo video it has a much better,completely different, harder mix.It could even be a different recording. What happened?

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From: Blue Charvel Date: April 9, 2004 at 8:37
Dave, I thought that was just me, but hell yeah I think you're right. I bought this album back in the day specifically because of the video for Serenade. I remember thinking something was missing...that was a good video too if I remember correctly.

From: Dave Date: April 13, 2004 at 14:42
Glad to know that i've not gone mad after all these years.Didn't think it was just me.Thanks.Great video.

From: Border Rat Date: May 6, 2004 at 8:16
Spread Eagle are an elite hard rock band.I've finally bought this for the second time after disaster struck my previous cd.These guys deliver hard hitting dark and gritty lyrics coupled with powerful hard melodies.Add to this the volcanic guitar solos and this is one top class cd.My favourites include thru these eyes(brilliant lyrics and a goosebumps guitar solo),broken city,suzy suicide,switchblade serenade,scratch like a cat and the tongue in cheek spread eagle.These guys are brilliant and des

From: Rocker76 Date: May 20, 2004 at 18:51
Border Rat was about to sum it up before he got caught off (LOL!) Spread Eagle were a kick-ass metal band that never made it as far as they should have. This debut is the stuff Motley Crue should have been doing at this point in metal history. Gn'R, Skid Row, Crue, Sleez Beez, etc all wrapped into one! One of about a dozen essential discs for 80s headbangers! (It's that good....)

From: Tall Texan Date: May 20, 2004 at 22:45
Bought this C.D. when it first came out and let it slip through my hands soon afterward. It took me several years to find another copy, which cost me $25.00. It was worth every penny!!! This is awesome sleazy, hard rock which fans of Guns & Roses will love. This disc is difficult to find, but I promise it is worth the search.

From: Jim Date: June 11, 2004 at 13:02
Simply put, one of the best all time bands out there. These guys fucking rock!

From: Kip Date: August 26, 2004 at 12:50
Through These Eyes is one of my all time favorite songs!!! That song alone is worth what you pay for this CD!

From: Geoff Date: August 26, 2004 at 20:30
Most seem to agree that 'Thru these eyes' is simply one of the best songs ever recorded and I am no different. Agreed fully. A marvel of hard rock. I also love the aggresive and angry 'Back on the bitch', the massive opener 'Broken city', and pretty much every single other song on this stellar hard rock release. Superb CD!

From: Date: September 7, 2004 at 12:20
spread eagle rule!

From: Don Date: December 17, 2004 at 17:56
This is my favorite band of all time!! Their music gives a hard-raw punch of adrenaline, with a shot of libido. They were "Rock-n-Roll". I had the privilege of meeting and partying with them; they were the coolest dudes you could ever meet. The music scene needs them back badly. Spread-Em-Worldwide!!!

From: lacko riso Date: December 21, 2004 at 12:19
Just one song is good .

From: Eagle blows Date: January 22, 2005 at 13:44
This band should be on the www.brutalmetal page because the singer sounds like Lemmy from Motorhead, there is no melody whatsoever on this cd,and all the songs sound the same as its just another thrash oriented cd w/ some Gnr influence but Gnr had way better melody in the songs Why couldnt these guys put some effort into the music?

From: Geoff Date: January 23, 2005 at 6:19
Sorry Eagle Blows, but you might want to take back the wrong thrash disc they gave you and see if you can swap it with the correct Spread Eagle disc they that belongs with the above cover. If 'Back on the bitch' and 'Through these eyes' sound the same I'm booking myself in for surgery tomorrow so I can remove my fourth penis from my throat. Take another listen to the CD because this guy has a awesome voice and there are no two songs that sound the same here at all. Killer hard rock / metal disc.

From: wendal09 Date: February 10, 2005 at 11:58
This is singing? I'd rather eat the fish live from my aquarium than listen to this guy scream like a cat in a sausage grinder........

From: Erik Date: February 11, 2005 at 2:49
Haha you are so right Wendal09. This is "singing" at its worst !

From: Al Date: February 12, 2005 at 13:44
I bought SE's debut on tape back in '90 after catching the "Scratch Like A Cat" video on HB Ball, but wasn't into it. I sold the tape later. I downloaded the track "Switchblade Serenade" not long ago for nostalgia's sake, and lemme tell ya, this band was FULL of attitude and pure rock n' roll sleaze, in the true spirit of GNR. REAL rock n' roll in both sound and image, unlike the geek rock bands of today. Today's rock world could really benefit from a band like SE, Jackyl, Dangerous Toys, etc.

From: pt88 Date: February 27, 2005 at 22:03
I had falen in love with the video " Scratch.." as Al had but I was hooked on the tape. Unfortunately as the years pass I couldn't stand to listen to Hot Sex. Completely dumb words..certain aspects of the 80's I could do without..all the excess on how cool it was to write about sex. Otherwise have nothing bad to say about these guys. Great cd.

From: Bobby De Date: June 1, 2005 at 20:22
Sleazing, Teazing, loving, Grinding, right up my fn alley! thank you for hair bands! keeping me alive through these dark times!

From: lmgallo Date: June 29, 2005 at 2:02
alright despite what a lot have people have been saying I actually like the band a lot. I've listened to their albums day in and day out since I was like 3 ....Yea sure my dad happened to be in it Tommi Gallo(Drummer) and my godfather happens to be Rob DeLuca(Bassist). Some of their songs may have been a little over the top but seriously chill guys and stop hating on them so much for just expressing themselves. Spread Eagle was my family growing up

From: Jimmy D Date: August 26, 2005 at 19:41
"Switchblade Serenade", I don't think it gets much better than that, period. And I think "Thru These Eyes" is one of the most beautiful, dark, and depressing, heavy-rock ballads ever written. And I mean that in the best possible way. "Thru these eyes and thru the years, love's passed by and left me here..." Awesome song! Spread Eagle are great, dirty, sleazy, hair metal. Kinda like an East Coast answer to Guns N' Roses, but with a little bit of a harder edge and not as "pop" as GNR were.

From: son of slam Date: December 20, 2005 at 23:07
I love this band!!! Can anyone tell me whats going on with Ray West, Tommi Gallo, or Rob DeLuca? I know that Paul DiBartolo changed his name to Salvadore Poe and has released an album with a Swedish jazz singer named Lisa Ekdahl, but I haven't heard anything about the rest of the band. Any information would be greatly appreciated! SPREAD EAGLE RULES!! SPREAD 'EM!!!

From: Priest On E Date: April 9, 2006 at 17:38
Quite the heavy metal album. Before I heard any music, the cover was an indication...get a very imitatded feeling with Spread Eagle; I mean in all honesty what separates this band from the millions of other metalheads who grew up in the 80s and started their band in the late 80s/ early 90s?...Fantastic musicianship for a start. Personally i love this stuff and its an excellent example, but I can also understand why this may sound generic and why record companies started to drop these bands...

From: Horseheadonism Date: August 1, 2006 at 12:28
Production quality and some silly lyrics aside, this would have to be some of the rawest talent to ever enter the Sleaze/Hard Rock arena! From the opening bars of Broken City back in 1990, I knew I was going to be in for a treat! Worth owning for this track, Switchblade Serenade and Shotgun Kiss alone. Who knows.... with some better songwriting and better production they could have been HUGE? It has just been remastered and released solely thru www.lovemberrecords.com

From: Metal T Date: August 3, 2006 at 18:21
"Scratch Like A Cat" was always an ass-kicker ! Some good ol' pissed off eastcoast raw attitude on this thing.Im guessing the remastering has improved it quite a bit and its probably worth getting .

From: swriter Date: August 22, 2006 at 0:15
SEagle is back and playing on the East Coast, Chris Caffrey is touring with the band on guitar for the band. They are playing in NJ in August and elsewhere. Great album, right up there with Skid Row and in a way Guns and Roses early stuff, kicking album, relentless, the econd album is also good but a little more laid back

From: sanxdowntherainbow Date: March 15, 2007 at 2:01
PURE GLAM/SLEAZE METAL! YES, COMPARES TO L.A GUNS, SKID ROW. THIS CD WILL BLOW YOU AWAY! FUCKIN AWESOME 10/10

From: sanxdowntherainbow Date: March 15, 2007 at 2:01
PURE GLAM/SLEAZE METAL! YES, COMPARES TO L.A GUNS, SKID ROW. THIS CD WILL BLOW YOU AWAY! FUCKIN AWESOME 10/10

From: Dreamaholic Date: May 1, 2007 at 5:20
Ok, I like Thru These Eyes but the rest I instantly forgot. The singer's voice really gets on my nerves and the production's not so great. Still, if you don't mind in your face rock that's all about sex and acting tough ala Crue, Skid Row, and Guns n' Roses, you'll probably like it fine. Just not my favorite style of music.

From: Drag-in-Bones Date: June 10, 2007 at 11:45
SEXX!!! SEXX!!! HOT SEXX!!! If you could see through these eyes ( undiluted by whiskey!!!)You would see that this band could not, should not have bad reviews!!! Total rythym and unbridled pelvic thrusts drive this cd home!!! Ladys get out your favorite toy close your eyes Spread Eagle and let the music do the walkin!!!

From: juan carlos Date: October 17, 2007 at 1:19
Que disco ehh.. Muy Buenos solos/coros y con una producción bien limpia para un HardRock por momentos callejero/sucio con mucha actitud y una voz/banda que me recuerdan a los Skid Row. "Suzy Suicide", "Scratch Like a Cat", "Switchblade Serenade", la balada semi acústica "Thru These Eyes" y "Spread Eagle" los mejores en ese orden. No un disco completo o imprescindible para mi gusto pero para los fans del HardRock "In Your Face" en plan totalmente Sleaze esto es un deber. 8.5/10

From: Sixxx78 Date: June 15, 2008 at 7:18
Good hard rock album, Skid Row e GNR style!! 75/100

From: GlamSlam Date: August 26, 2009 at 8:34
OMG These guys fuckin´ rox. Skid Row - Slave to the grind style cd. These guys are way better than G n´R in ya face rock n roll

From: rocksoul Date: May 28, 2010 at 10:20
good band good sound!my favorite songs Spread Eagle, Switchblade Serenade and Shotgun Kiss but all cd really rocks.

From: rocksoul Date: September 28, 2010 at 15:30
...uh fantastic cd! one of the best '90s bands disappeard but they really kick ass when I hear them

From: edwithmj Date: January 1, 2012 at 16:19
Most definitely a hidden gem of a disc. Hooks galore abound every song from Broken City, Switchblade Serenade, Dead of Night and Thru These Eyes. I don't get what people are saying about the singer Ray West, his voice sounds like a cross between Axl Rose and Sebastian Bach and it fits very well with the style. Love it.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: January 1, 2012 at 19:30
I agree with the "poor man's Skid Row" comment. THey're going for that sleazy, raw, early GnR feel on songs like "Broken City" and "Switchblade Serenade."" Ray West is a shrieker, for sure, but not any more so than anybody else. This disc got a fair amount of flak back in '90 for the lyrical content, which seems funny now, but that ends up being one of the weaker points of the disc. "Hot Sex" is pretty stupid, and not that great of a song anyway. The title track is similarly juvenile, but makes up for it by being a catchy song. "Thru These Eyes" starts out as a good ballad with a little something to say, not your average "Oh baby, I love you, I miss you" bullshit, but unfortunately, turns into a bit of a screamfest. Other than tracks 1 and 3, my favorite tune has to be "Shotgun Kisses." GOod disc, worth checking out for sure.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: February 4, 2013 at 16:55
If Skid Row was the East Coast's answer to Guns n' Roses, then Spread Eagle are its L.A. Guns. How's THAT for a comparison? I heard a bootleg where Ray West tells the crowd that "Back On The Bitch" has nothing to do with beating women, but is in fact about alcoholism. Oooooh-kay?

From: Wardy Date: April 27, 2014 at 7:25
Spread Eagle were a welcome support to the market back when and a sound unto themselves, something rarely heard during the later period of this genre. Already stated my preference for their sophomore record OpenToThePublic but a handful of these tunes rise above the indiscretions the band were often criticized for & rises above even the best that Public had to offer. When the band got it right they soared (naf) and four such tunes stand out - The huge Broken City not only opens the record perfectly & instantly introduces the Spread Eagle sound & intention. Switchblade Serenade is the highlight, beautiful acoustics move into a nasty savage tune & the best song on offer (ignore the video single version). Dead Of Winter offers a dark look into a world unknown to most & delivers as close to a ballad as the band get, and Thru These Eyes does as Doghouse suggests get a tad screamy but that's simply Spread Eagle. Spread Eagle rocked hard then, still rocks hard now! Rating a solid 8 maybe 8.5?

From: Japangea Date: June 28, 2015 at 10:16
Seems many of reviewer do love this like I do.Just say hello to The Cult and say goodbye to Guns N'Roses.

From: hair metal again Date: March 4, 2017 at 1:09
superb debut for SPREAD EAGLE back in the early 90 s with their raw &sleazy sound and lots of energy!the guitar work is outstanding,the vocals are unique and the whole result is killer!"broken city","switchblade serenade","back on the bitch","scratch like a cat" and "through these eyes" are great songs indeed!overall a cult band for us die hard fans that was somewherebetween early GNR &SKID ROW


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