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Pretty Boy

Metro Sessions

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2008

Label: Retrospect Records

Catalog Number: RR297

Average Rating: 84 / 100 (6 ratings)


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Dennis Lind Vocals
Tim Compton Guitars
Bill Brown Bass
Curt Bearden Drums
John Brown Keyboards
1.  Strangers  
2.  Shot With The Needle Of Love  
3.  Hail To The Joker  
4.  Knocked Down  
5.  Little Dream Girl  
6.  One Chance  
7.  Prelude  
8.  We Were Meant For Love  
9.  She Makes Me Crazy  
10.  She's My Desire  
11.  Calling Out To Me  
12.  Steal Her Away  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Geoff Date: January 18, 2009 at 21:17
Killer disc and imo MUCH better than all the Mariah discs put together. This is the more rocking version of Mariah and they truly do excel. We all know 'Knocked down' and 'Calling Out To Me' from Mariah's debut, and they are Mariah's best songs and sound even better here. Better production, ballsier sound. Aside from those two, 'She's My Desire' and 'Steal her away' are two other HUGE highlights, but there really isn't a bad song here. Essential to any fan of hard rock.

From: andi Date: October 27, 2011 at 19:44
Geoff:that´s really a big nonsense what you telling here about Pretty Boy and Mariah....cause they are different like Moon and the Sun!!!Mariah is more Casanova meets Bon Jovi and Pretty Boy is more Vice(Made for Pleasure)meets Mötley Crüe....Very meaningless comparison!!!

From: jan_vexel Date: April 3, 2012 at 11:20
Do your homework! they are pretty much the same band before renamed to Mariah. Killer disc, imagine "Shoot with the needle of love" done by a big name band, by late 80's Whitesnake lets say :-)

From: Dr_Funk Date: August 7, 2013 at 20:49
Geoff's on crack (what's new?), neither "Knocked Down" nor "Calling Out to Me" sound better on this album. I'm pretty sure they're the exact same recordings, unless he means they sound better with the rest of the tracks from this album. Though he is correct about most of this album having better production. How does that work? Wasn't this what caught the attention of Jon Bonjovi and allowed for Mariah to be made? How did they manage to sound worse, after Pretty Boy? Anyway, this is a phenomenal collection of Melodic Hard Rock tracks. Hopefully the boys at Retrospect will pump out another pressing, so more folks can get their hands on this.

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