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Artist: Lee Aaron

Title: Bodyrock

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Category: Melodic Medal

Year: 1989

Label: Attic Records Limited

Catalog Number: ADC 1257


Lee Aaron vocals, background vocals
John Albani guitar, background vocals
Scott Humphrey drum programming, bass (except track 12)
Matthew Gerrard bass (track 12)
Phil Naro background vocals
Chas Anthony background vocals


1.  Nasty Boyz  4:05
2.  Yesterday  4:49
3.  Gotta Thing For You  4:04
4.  Rock Candy  4:09
5.  Tough Girls Don't Cry  4:38
6.  Sweet Talk  5:57
7.  Rock The Hard Way  3:45
8.  Shame  4:50
9.  Whatcha Do To My Body  4:45
10.  Hands On  4:14
11.  Rebel Angel  4:15
12.  How Deep  5:10
Total Running Time:  54:41

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From: fretboardfrenzy Date: September 11, 2002 at 12:19

From: LSN Date: December 3, 2002 at 5:28
Great album from a great female artist in the world of hard rock. I always liked her more than Lita Ford or even Doro Pesh. The song "Rock The Hard Way" kicks ass!!!

From: Melodiker Date: December 28, 2002 at 15:50
Another great Album from Lee. She is the best female singer in the whole world.What a voice !!! Sweet Talk is fantastic !

From: 9 CHAMPIONS A 1 Date: January 16, 2003 at 19:08
Un ligero cambio se aprecia en este disco respecto a los dos anteriores(para mi los mejores),en este digamos que desaparece el sonido 80 y suena mas a 90,o sea guitarras mas duras y secas,vamos en definitiva se pude denominar que es practicamente Hard Rock.Claro que hay algun tema que otro mucho mas melódico como Tough Girls Don't Cry o Rock The Hard Way.NO ESTA MAL.

From: RR-Finland Date: September 19, 2003 at 3:10
One of my favourite female rockers (along with Joan Jett and Lita Ford)! Tunes like Gotta Thing For You, Tough Girls.., Rock The Hard Way, Sweet Talk and Hand On are really "ballsy" ones! Metal Queen!

From: Aero Force Mike Date: November 1, 2003 at 14:55
Pretty damn cool. The guitars are razor-edged and make the songs a lot more instrumentally powerful than most songs by Vixen or Lita. Pretty damn cool, yet lacks any major songs that stand out from the pack. I personally prefer Some Girls Do!

From: ROBERT Date: December 12, 2003 at 21:33
2º DISCO D LA LISTA DEL MAGICO 89' q tengo. eSTE uno d los mas flojos, solo se salvan a mi modesto juicio y entender algunos temas como ROCK THE HARD WAY... 5'5 SOBRE 10

From: Steven Ertelt Date: December 18, 2003 at 18:37
Good female-fronted hard rock music. This reminds me a lot of The Headpins from Canada, though they are a bit heavier to me and incorporate more blues and rock than Aaron. This is good stuff but there is nothing spectacular here to make her the next Heart or Lita Ford. 7/10.

From: Brad Metz Date: July 4, 2004 at 19:20
Lee had alot going for her on this cd, loved all the songs. Lee was starting to grow into her own.

From: manos Date: July 12, 2004 at 17:30
This one will blow your speakers!!! I am sure this is one of the best albums of the over-productive year 1989. What you get here is a perfectly crafted hard rock album with killer songs. Now really I cannot find a single filler on this! Big-dollar production, loud guitars, catchy keys and some really wild female vocals. She definately rocks! Far superior to her prior release ''Powerline'' which lacked of soul and attitude!ABSOLUTELY NO FILLERS!(Tip: the bass line on ''tough girls dont cry'' is i

From: manos Date: July 12, 2004 at 17:32
Tip: the bass line on ''tough girls dont cry'' is identical to bon jovi's born to be my baby! Note - by - note!!!!!

From: manos Date: July 12, 2004 at 17:48
Have to correct to my las comment: Lee Aarons prior release to Body Rock was the self titled "Lee Aaron'' which of course contains ''Powerline''

From: roisin dubh Date: December 7, 2004 at 12:30
Very classy album from the 80's, very dated now but still worth a listen. Catchy singalong melodic rock with no fillers from the big hair generation

From: Chad Date: December 10, 2004 at 23:52
Very good album. One of the better female vocalists in this genre. Standout tracks are: Whatcha Do to my Body, Nasty Boyz, Rock the Hard Way and Rebel Angel. Killer rock from Canada. Recommended.

From: Geoff Date: March 16, 2005 at 19:29
Wasn't overly impressed with the drum machine sound, but this is a pretty cool commercial hard rock disc. 'Tough Girls Don't Cry' is a monster melodic rocker, 'Rock the Hard Way' is a great hard rocker and 'How Deep' is really quite a beautiful ballad. In-between you have yourself pretty standard hard rock, but it ain't bad. Pick it up for a decent price.

From: Lovedrive Date: July 1, 2005 at 10:05
A mi los discos de esta mujer se me hacen pesaos.. y eso que tiene una buena voz..

From: Melo Date: April 10, 2007 at 7:58
Bodyrock ist nach dem 87 AOR Album,wieder knackiger ausgefallen.Hier wird wieder mehr die Gitarre ausgepackt und das Ergebnis ist ein saugutes Melodic Hardrock Album,das sich keiner entgehen lassen sollte ! Anspielstipps gibt es viele,ich würde aber zu Sweet Talk und Whatcha do to my body tendieren ! Great Work Lee !!! 9,5\10

From: HouseOfLordsBrisba Date: July 3, 2007 at 8:06
Another Great Release From Miss Aaron. Often seen floating around second hand stores, do yourself a favor, grab it! A bargin at twice the Price. Stand out tracks, Gotta Thing for You, Tough Girls Don't Cry, Sweet Talk, Whatcha Do to My Body, Hands On, & How Deep

From: 123charpenay Date: May 1, 2009 at 18:04
this album is a bomb fantastic cd s

From: rick kerch vzla Date: July 10, 2009 at 20:23
Quite in agreement with most of the comments above..great album wich could be perhaps her best (talkin' about her Hard Rock side).Straight 2 your face songs such a "Rock The Hard Way"(4 me the best tarck on the album)along with "Shame"and "Rock Candy" 2 mention some...essential release by the real Metal Queen of Canada!!!.90/100

From: happy2849 Date: December 5, 2010 at 12:02
Pretty nice piece of melodic hard rock from Lee. The front insert lists the following: Lee Aaron lead/backing vocals, John Albani vocals/guitars, Scott Humohrey bass/drums.

From: hair metal again Date: December 19, 2010 at 4:55
great hair metal release by LEE AARON.excellent guitar sound by jon albani,commercial songwriting,very good production and many remerkable songs."rock the hard way","rebel angel","whatcha do to my body" and "tough girls dont cry" are nearly perfect.for me this is essential

From: elljam Date: July 11, 2012 at 12:17
I liked the more commercial sound on this one & it's definitely her most consistent release. "Tough girls don't cry" is the standout song, while "Gotta thing for you", "Rock the hard way" & closing ballad "How deep" are also prime tracks. Some of her best vocals too. It reminds me of the sound Vixen went for.

From: 123charpenay Date: July 12, 2012 at 12:24
her best doubt.unfortunately the japan import have no bonus track.

From: 123charpenay Date: October 8, 2015 at 11:19
1989 was the best year of all the history of melodic rock.lee aaron was in this wawe cuse this record is simply fantastic.irresistible realise.a must have.

From: $$ixx Date: July 24, 2020 at 18:26
Yes, in 88 and esp. 89, lots of recordings feature programmed drums instead of live drums (e.g. Slaughter's debut that was recorded in 89, Danger Danger s/t and Talisman), but the drums on Bodyrock still sound killer! Some of the best programming sound you can get, I love it. Huge drums, actually rather similar to Bob Rock's preferred sound at the time, the guitars are crunchy and in your face, sweet smooth solid vocals, Lee and Albani made a great duo! Many great songs, good sound, few fillers, this might be her best, but all are very good. Lee Aaron is one of those artists that "should have sold more, deserved more success". Could have easily released more singles and (MTV) videos from this album, e.g. Gotta Thing For You and How Deep. Fantastic album.

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