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Lee Aaron

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Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 1984

Label: Attic (Germany)

Catalog Number: 841 675-2

Average Rating: 75 / 100 (16 ratings)

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Personnel
Lee Aaron lead vocals
Rik Emmett guitar
Gene Stout bass
Dave Aplin lead guitar
Bill Wade drums
Rick Santers guitar, rhythm guitar
Rick Lazaroff bass
Mark Santers bass
Earl Johnson lead guitar
Frank Soda guitar
Glen Gratto drums
Peter Crolly bass
Buzz Shearman vocals
John Albani lead guitar
George Bernhardt lead guitar
Jack Meli bass
Randy Infuso drums
Tracks
1.  Under Your Spell  3:36
2.  Lonely For Your Love  3:38
3.  Night Riders  3:42
4.  Texas Outlaw  3:42
5.  I Like My Rock Hard  3:42
6.  I Just Wanna Make Love to You  3:43
7.  Runnin' From His Love  3:56
8.  Should Have Known  3:48
9.  Took Your Heart Away  3:14
10.  Under the Stars bonus track  3:15
  
Total Running Time:  36:16

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From: Kevin White Date: February 11, 2001 at 11:43
I have owned this album for many years , and still love it . Its raw , unpolished rock ,but thats part of its charm , and is a great debut album by any standards . Lots of great tunes . Probably my second favorite Lee AAron album , right behind Metal Queen .

From: The Frost Date: April 25, 2002 at 10:02
Hay, diden't Lee Aaron pose nude for a popular men's mag, say around 1989? Check it out Iam tellin ya!!

From: Melodiker Date: December 28, 2002 at 15:32
Lee is my Queen,but this Album isn`t my favourite from her.Under your spell & Texas Outlaw are good songs,but her later Albums are much better !!!

From: Blue Tequila Date: March 8, 2003 at 23:45
I just found a Lee Aaron cd called Lee Aaron/Metal Queen Doubleheader from Attic records 1989. This is first time I heard her and was impressed. When I heard the opening track "Under Your Spell" I'm thinking "What a voice!" No glitz or glam here, just some mid-80's straight forward hard rock. Rough around the edges, but all the songs are great. I personally prefered Lee Aaron (1st half of the CD) to Metal Queen but I enjoy the songs on both. I read that she's singing Jazz in nightclubs now.

From: Don Date: April 2, 2003 at 0:53
Frost is right, Lee Aaron posed for OUI magazine right around the time that Metal Queen was released.

From: CHARLIE Date: March 29, 2004 at 22:44
LEE AARON CANADIAN GOOD ENTERTAINER .MET HER HERE IN THE MIRAMICHI 2 TIMEMES .AT THE FORMER EBB TIDE GREAT SINGER!!.

From: Twitch Date: April 29, 2004 at 0:33
The 1st LP was orig. released as The Lee Aaron Project (with one less track than what's pictured here) and she wasn't even pictured on the front of the sleeve. The OUI cover was also on a limited ed. pic disc that I last saw selling for $37 CAN., not sure when it was pressed.

From: Roisin Dubh Date: October 21, 2004 at 13:12
I grew up with this music in the 80's and I know somewhere I got some Lee Aaron on vinyl. Never really at the forefront, she just got carried along with a popular wave of rock. Not really a bad singer or a bad album, just an average/passably good one for the time, very Lita Fordish. Poss because I was a big fan of Pat Benatar back then I compared most other artists to her unfavourably. A good workmanlike album, not dated as badly as some, powerful without any real bad tracks.

From: 80sMetal1 Date: October 27, 2005 at 1:22
It's really too bad that Lee Aaron never made it big here in the states. This album is ahead of its time and has a very crunching and razor-sharp guitar sound. I have the vid for Under Your Spell; great video, her in leotards & a ripped top. Very good 80s metal!

From: Melo Date: April 10, 2007 at 7:41
Lee Aaron ist bis heute meine Lieblingssngerin.Verfolge ihren Weg nun seit knapp 20 Jahren.Diese Scheibe ist bei weitem nicht ihre beste Platte und der Sound ist auch ziemlich dated",aber Songs wie Texas Outlas,under your spell,night riders und runnin from his love,sollten eigentlich in keine Lee Aaron Sammlung fehlen ! 6\10


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