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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: March 16, 2009 at 21:00|
|This is the weakest of the 3 Cher discs I own, but there are still a few highlights. 'Save up all your tears' (done better by Robin Beck) and 'Could've been you' (also done by Bob Halligan) are two gems, alongside the killer 'Who you gonna believe'. A few fillers and the first signs of her decline here... but still a pretty nice slab of AOR.
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||Date: March 17, 2009 at 8:46|
|Judging from some of the replies (many of which have been deleted), there are a whole bunch of people reacting to the name "Cher" rather than having actually HEARD the 3 discs that have been added to HH. These 3 discs are quintessential melodic rock. No, we are not adding the rest of her pop discography, but these 3 albums definitely are appropriate for the site. It's no different from Shania Twain's single rock effort, Michael Bolton's early rock material (Blackjack with Bruce Kulick anyone?), or Pantera's early glam-era CDs. Just because other releases from an artist are outside the boundaries of HH does NOT disqualify those that are representative of the genres here. P.S. Childish insults just because you disagree with an artist being included here will not be tolerated. Have a nice day.
||Date: April 15, 2009 at 10:20|
|No childish insult here, but Cher here on HH ?? I am having a hard time with that. She may be a good writer/singer but just not for here on HH. Just my opinion.
||Date: November 21, 2009 at 10:46|
|How anyone can class the Shoop Shoop song as AOR is beyond my powers of reasoning.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: April 11, 2017 at 13:31|
|The last album of the AOR trilogy recorded by Cher...fine tracks in the shape of 1,3,5(solid mid tempo),9.10(nice),11(nice)& 12...85/100
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