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Artist: Reckless

Title: Reckless

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1980 / 2007

Label: Rock Candy Records

Catalog Number: CANDY031

Personnel

Jan Melanson vocals
Steve Madden guitars, vocals
Gene Stout bass, vocals
Gil Roberts drums, percussion

Tracks

1.  Victim of Time  
2.  Givin' It All Away  
3.  Ready for Action  
4.  Heartache Rock and Roll  
5.  Too Much to Bare  
6.  Reckless  
7.  Child of the Night  
8.  All Night Woman  
9.  Could This Be Love  
10.  Yesterday's News  
11.  Passion & Pain  
12.  Searching for a Dream  
13.  Can't Lose Anymore Demo Bonus Track  
14.  Midnight Reign Demo Bonus Track  
15.  Tonight Tonight Demo Bonus Track  

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From: Jez Date: December 30, 2008 at 22:24
I remember the frst time I heard the delights of 'Victim Of Time' literally blasting out of the radio on the Friday Rock Show all those years back and rushing out to find the LP the next morning. Don't be out off the the cover I told myself, when I finally found it and preceded to blast the hell out of it for the coming weeks, once I had got it home. 'Victim Of Time' is still a major rock out, even by todays standards and is a fine song indeed, showing the band at their meanest. In stark contrast, is the light and shade of the fantastic 'Too Much To Bare' and 'Child Of The Night' alongside the 'poppy' 'Heartache Rock 'n' Roll' and 'All Night Woman'. Unfortunately, the Reckless album was not followed up by a second disc with the same line up, which is a real shame, unless you count the 'Heart Of Steel' disc released in '84, by the same band in name, but certainly not in style or quality for that matter.

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From: Jez Date: December 30, 2008 at 22:31
...Finally this has been released on CD for the first time, and Rock Candy have done a fantastic job of it, even replacing the ghastly original artwork (which the band insisted on with the re-issue), aswell as giving us 3 demo bonus tracks that are great to have and give a taster of more potential this band had. For all it's originality and variation, what this disc does add up to is a tour de force of huge proportions and even nearly 30 years on after it's initial release, it still holds up as a quite brilliant, criminally overlooked piece of music history, that people now have a chance to hear again in all it's glory.

From: sabace Date: March 1, 2009 at 9:40
one of the all time forgotten lps , great songs and stunning guitar !

From: Auslander Date: March 3, 2020 at 10:50
Got the Rock Candy reissue of this relatively unknown gem recently. Like quite a few quality bands in the 80s, some just didn't make it for one reason or another. Those who grew up in that time were so lucky. There is not this talent nowadays. As Jez put it, Victim of Time is the standout track.


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