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@ CD JOHN PALUMBO - VICTIM OF THE NIGHTLIFE/GRUDGE RECORDS 1989 ORG/POP ROCK USA
@ CD JOHN PALUMBO - VICTIM OF THE NIGHTLIFE/GRUDGE RECORDS 1989 ORG/POP ROCK USA
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John Palumbo

Victim of the Nightlife

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Category: Lite AOR

Year: 1989

Label: Grudge/BMG

Catalog Number: 4517-2-F

Average Rating: 73 / 100 (4 ratings)

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Personnel
John Palumbo guitars, bass, keyboards, vocals
Jamie Laritz guitars
Tony Sciuto guitars
Jim Stewart guitars
Mark Easley bass
Sal Anzalone drums
Scott Garfield drums
Vince Santoro drums
Vince Depaul keyboards
Marvin Brown Voices
Steve Jackson Voices
Debbie Jacobs-Rock Voices
Billy Jones Voices
Phil Lean Voices
Scott Lean Voices
Elton Lynch Voices
Terry Miller Voices
Donny Purnell Voices
Steve Whiteman Voices
Wrennie Weir Voices
Tracks
1.  Drifting Back to Motown  
2.  Wolves  
3.  Old Fires  
4.  Undercover  
5.  Walk on the Wild Side    Cover: Lou Reed
6.  Dancing With the Fuhrer  
7.  The Dangerous Type  
8.  Love Is a Heart Attack  
9.  Girls Like You  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: z4roxx Date: October 14, 2007 at 15:26
Ahaha incredible how many comments are here!!This is a very crazy cd to me:I hated it years ago,after many listenings it has growed and now I can say this is pretty good!Strange way of singin',strange and particular production(very hi-tech oriented even if this is melodick rock),I detest Crack The Sky band(an awful band IMO)but this J.Palumbo solo cd is interesting and particular in every sense...

From: juan carlos Date: July 23, 2010 at 13:58
Ok Hi-techPOP/AOR, this is not my cup of tea but itīs quite good if you love this style, clean production as you can expect from this kind of artists/Bands, too much uptempo songs, "Girls Like You" "Undercover" and "Old Fires"(just the choruses) are good ones. "Victim of the Nightlife" wow great title but the music is not at all for me 7.5/10


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