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Artist: Valet Parking

Title: Valet Parking

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Category: Lite AOR / Westcoast

Year: 1988

Label: Titan

Catalog Number: 21112

Personnel

Thomas Fuchsberger Vocals, Keyboards
Robby Musenbichler Guitars
Ken Taylor Bass

Tracks

1.  See You At Spago  
2.  Let Me Out  
3.  Mr. Dark  
4.  My One And Only  
5.  Come On Down Angel  
6.  Boy Toy  
7.  Bad Girl  
8.  Pretty Bijou  
9.  The Right People At The Right Time  
10.  Thank You For This Dance  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: peterpoland Date: January 26, 2006 at 3:18
For some people this albums is a light/hi-tech rare AOR classic. It's rare, but it's not that good. As a fan of the genre I have to say that sometimes it's really hard to call it AOR ( too many level42, ultravox... influences) - sorry.

From: stryper Date: January 27, 2006 at 12:21
I REALLY COULDN'T WAIT TO GET RID OF THIS ONE.I BOUGHT IT BECAUSE OF THE JOJO LINK.BUT THIS IS PUR GARBAGE.AVOID LIKE THE PLAGUE!!!!! YOU'VE BEEN WARNED

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: February 4, 2006 at 10:45
Yeah this is Lite AOR/Westcoast or Pop/Westcoast with any moments of AOR mmm Decent Album IMO, el album esta en algo por la portada uno pensaria mas de este grupo, hey ROBERT esto es Pop Westcoast un album decente es bien suave y muy Pop onda Level 42 como dice el gran peterpoland, tiene algunos temas agradables para darle un 6/10.

From: gdaze Date: February 11, 2006 at 17:50
pretty lightweight stuff.. some good moments but not enough to keep it interesting. Similar to 1989's Beau Heart - Invitation album, which is equally wimpy and lightweight. Great for some, boring for most others.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: September 25, 2013 at 17:19
I dunno why but this act sounded to me like a mix of Lite AOR/Westcoast stuff with an indiscreet New Wave sound that reminded me of a "softer" version of ABC and Spandau Ballet!!! ...anyway to go straight to the point well this is a pleasant release,nice and easy vocals and a friendly,sweet sound in the songs that will put you a smile in your face...best shots for me were tracks 2,4,6,7 & 10(nice softy)...75/100

From: Leykis101 Date: June 17, 2015 at 2:17
Just heard about this, and heard it, See You At Spago is a head sticker the second you hear it, instant catchy, the rest of the disc is pretty much just Hi-Tech AOR on the Ultra Light side, I'd have to say their is a ton of Ultravox feel to this, I enjoy this album, I think it's absolutely 100% consistent to what the album is, so I guess if you like it, you'll like it all. If you don't like the 1st song, no point in listening past it.


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