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Artist: Starz

Title: Coliseum Rock

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1978

Label: Rykodisc (USA)

Catalog Number: 10671

Personnel

Michael Lee Smith vocals
Richie Ranno guitar
Bobby Messano guitar
Orville Davis bass
Joe Dube drums

Tracks

1.  So Young, So Bad  
2.  Take Me  
3.  No Regrets  
4.  My Sweet Child  
5.  Don't Stop Now  
6.  Outfit  
7.  Last Night I Wrote A Letter  
8.  Coliseum Rock  
9.  It's A Riot  
10.  Where Will It End  

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From: juan carlos Date: November 9, 2007 at 9:56
Rock Setentero de buen disfrute pero ahi nomas, seguro para los de la generación setentera lo habrán disfrutado mas este disco. "Last Night I Wrote A Letter" "So Young, So Bad" y "My Sweet Child" las que me gustan. La instrumental "Coliseum Rock" no me dice mucho. 7.8/10

From: underworld king Date: February 4, 2010 at 22:02
My first Starz album and still a great listen although Violation is my favorite. This still has some great songs on it. The one two punch of Coliseum Rock/It's a Riot to well... the rest of the album. I love every song on here. great 70's band that should have been huge.

From: StarChildBlade Date: June 23, 2011 at 20:19
Probably their heaviest album, next to the debut. Essential. As are all of Starz' albums.

From: Reverend Mayhem Date: December 31, 2013 at 9:06
Sad that a band with such a promising debut would deteriorate to this slag. Aside from maybe "No Regrets" these tunes are just really, really bad overall and the years have not been kind to them. Starz have always had a somewhat quirky melodic take on a sloppy '70s Kiss-meets-Aerosmith sound, but here they've mutated into a bad Raspberries wannabe with only occasional hints at the balls of the initial outing. The instrumental title track is worthlessly indulgent and dated, the other songs sappy and uninteresting. Hard to say how much effect the departure of Harkin and Sweval had on the output, but since the demise actually started with the previous (and equally dismal) "Attention Shoppers!" maybe they were the smart ones who bailed before the complete train wreck. "Coliseum Rock" stands as evidence of the deserving crash at he bottom of the swan dive that was Starz' career. 40 / 100


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