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Rock N' Roll Nights
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Category: Hard Rock
Catalog Number: 838 201-2
Jim Clench lead vocals, bass|
Blair Thornton lead guitar
C.F. Turner lead vocals, guitar
Robbie Bachman drums, percussion
|1. ||Jamaica ||4:08|
|2. ||Heartaches ||3:51|
|3. ||Heaven Tonight ||3:03|
|4. ||Rock and Roll Nights ||5:30|
|5. ||Wastin' Time ||3:28|
|6. ||Here She Comes Again ||3:00|
|7. ||End of the Line ||3:25|
|8. ||Rock and Roll Hell ||4:06|
|9. ||Amelia Earhart ||6:19|
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|Total Running Time:|| 36:50|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: August 22, 2013 at 4:55|
|Quite a decent release and certainly better than the previous Jim Clench disc. Clench has a similar vocal range to Randy and blends well with the band. Jamaica is a decent opener, Heartaches is a good, Turner-sung rocker, Heaven Tonight has a great catchy chorus and meaty solos, Rock and Roll Nights is a bluesy rocker, Wastin' Time was actually written by Bryan Adams and is more or less identical to the one on Adams' first solo album but this one rocks a bit harder. Here She Comes Again has some brilliant slide guitar, while the last three tracks are forgettable. Amelia Earheart has some strange female vocals mixed in which make it embarrassing to listen to while End of the Line has dreary lyrics. A decent album with Clench on vocals but the band definitely missed Randy.
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