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Artist: 1994

Title: Please Stand By...

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1994 Please Stand By... Album Cover

 

Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2010

Label: Rock Candy

Catalog Number: CANDY078

Personnel

Karen Lawrence vocals, piano & Tubular Bells On 'Our Time Will Come'
Rick Armano lead, rhythm, 12 String & acoustic guitars, backing vocals, piano on 'Stop This Heartache'
Bill Rhodes bass, rhythm, slide, Eboe & lead guitars, Clavinet
Terry Linvill bass guitar on 'Please Stand By...', 'Don't Break It Up' & 'Wild In The Street'
John Desautels drums, percussion

Tracks

1.  Please Stand by  3:54
2.  Wait for Me  4:31
3.  Don't Break It Up  3:56
4.  Our Time Will Come  4:43
5.  Wild in the Streets  3:35
6.  Stop This Heartache  3:31
7.  So Bad  4:05
8.  Nerves of Steel  4:20
9.  Keep Ravin' on  4:15
10.  Back in Your Arms Again Outtake - Bonus Track  3:42
11.  Get It Up, Get It Right Outtake - Bonus Track  2:57
12.  You Better Run Outtake - Bonus Track  3:27
13.  Our Time Will Come Outtake - Bonus Track  4:34
  
Total Running Time:  51:30

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Nick C Date: April 5, 2011 at 19:01
The album sleeve that got me thru my adolesence hahah! Now which 1994 album do you go for? The first rocks like crazy, this is mellower, yet has the same intensity. Keep Rsvin On is this albums Radio Zone for no-nonsense head down thrills. I'd love to advise you which album to buy....I can't, buy them both and discover your fave!

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From: Jez Date: April 16, 2011 at 10:10
Every bit as good as the excellent debut, and in fact, maybe overall a better album. Wherever your opinion lies, this is a real treat to finally have on cd. Compared to the debut, this has a more powerful sound, check out the opening title track, 'Keep Ravin' On' and the superb 'Stop The Heartache' for full proof of what this band were capable of - brilliant all three, (and there are plenty more where they came from believe me). After this album, that was it for 1994: which is a real shame, as I felt at the time (and still do) that they could have gone on to be a huge band. As it stands, be thankful that this and the excellent debut are both avaliable as top quality Rock Candy re-issues for all of us to enjoy.


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