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Artist: Robin Beck

Title: Human Instinct

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Robin Beck Human Instinct Album Cover


Category: AOR

Year: 1992

Label: DSB (Germany)

Catalog Number: DSB 3074-2


Robin Beck vocals
Tim Pierce guitar
Michael Thompson guitar
Jeff Baxter guitar
Michael Landau guitar
Lee Ritenour guitar
Kim Bullard keyboards, piano
Jeff Porcaro drums
Pat Mastelotto drums
Michael Fisher percussion
Bob Glaub bass
Jimmy Johnson bass
Doug Katsaros keyboards
Tommy Morgan harmonica
John Robinson drums
Neil Stubenhaus bass
Patty Darcy backing vocals
Babi Floyd backing vocals
David Lasley backing vocals
Kipp Lennon backing vocals
Mark Lennon backing vocals
Michael Lennon backing vocals
Arnold McCuller backing vocals
Myriam Valle backing vocals


1.  Love Yourself  
2.  In My Heart To Stay  
3.  Gonna Take A Lifetime  
4.  Treat Me Like You Used To  
5.  Every Little Thing  
6.  I Will Love You Now  
7.  If It Don't Hurt  
8.  Bad On Love  
9.  Love Don't Live Here Anymore  
10.  Next Time I See Heaven  
11.  Will To Love  
12.  Changing With The Years  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: ROB GARCIA Date: March 14, 2004 at 5:25
allright!yeah!!; i'm glad to be the first to review the 2nd album by my favorite female singer of all time.yes i know that she hasn't gained the metal queen status like lita ford;doro pesch or lee aaron have but... who cares right?.why do i like so much this lady?simply her voice(well she looks pretty good too if ya ask me!),a voice that delivers power and melody combined with a bit of a rough voice...i think she has somewhat of a magic formula inside her lungs that makes her that bit more

From: ROB GARCIA Date: March 14, 2004 at 5:34
special.moving to the album in question,human instinct is less hard rock than it's predecessor but it's more aor and believe me that the quality delivered in here it's just top class;one look at the top musicians displayed in here and that pretty much sums it all up.soundwise,imagine the mark free album sung by robin and i think you'll get a pretty good idea of what you're missing.if you like me enjoy female fronted rock then this is something you shoudn't miss for the world

From: AORster Date: April 2, 2004 at 12:39
A really good album that deserved much more attention than it got but by 1992 AOR was almost dead and it sunk like a rock. I think this is better than "Trouble or Nothin'" because it's more "mature" and not filled with alot of "we've heard 'em a million times before" AOR-standards.

From: Great Dane Date: May 11, 2004 at 15:22
This a really good cd. I highly recomend it.

From: TIM (2) Date: May 25, 2004 at 4:26
This ought to have been good, with about 400 session musicians involved (see above), and is good. A couple of fillers, and probably too many ballads, but still essential and worth a 9/10 from me.

From: 9 CHAMPIONS A 1 Date: May 12, 2005 at 14:01
Lo 1º q se suele hacer cuando alguien saca un 2º disco es compararlo con el 1º y mas aún si ese alguien sacó un disco de las dimensiones de "Trouble Or Nothing",obviamente "Human Instinct" sale claramente derrotado,pero¿que disco puede codearse de tu a tu con semejante discazo?Pues pocos,muy pocos,casi ninguno...(y no me refiero solo a discos de bandas o solistas femeninas).Por lo demás todo positivo,una voz increible,músicos y compositores de 1ª y algunos temazos de escándalo (3,5,7...)BUEN AOR

From: Lovedrive Date: May 31, 2005 at 8:29
Muy buen disco, algo distinto al primero, no tan cañero.. Love yourself, Love don't live her anymore,.. vaya voz tiene la tia!

From: Melodiker Date: July 31, 2006 at 11:40
Good CD,but not on the same level as the first one ! 8/10

From: metalguf Date: November 10, 2006 at 7:36
Wonderful AOR!! 9/10.

From: Maxi Date: February 21, 2008 at 7:47
More cooling down than the 1st..but still my fav. CD! 'in my heart to stay' is amazing...great sounds & fantastic vocals! even now a day this CD becomes a rare item, u should buy it, when u find it! highly recommended for exclusive AOR fans! 9/10

From: rbrigade Date: November 7, 2008 at 20:24
Half of the album is poppy fillers but still the other half is great and heartful AOR. Her voice on Changing with the years is simply astonishing...

From: rick kerch vzla Date: May 26, 2010 at 20:17
Very good album by the wife of Mr James Christian..less rockier than her debut one,kinda mellow but still rocks the house!..the songs.."Love Yourself" is a very good pop/rock track,"In My Heart To stay" reminded me of Starship's Sara for the harmonica parts,nice song indeed,"Gonna Take A Lifetime" is a cool one,"Every Little Thing" is a nice AOR track,"I Will Love You Now" is a nice ballad,"Love Don't Live Here Anymore" is my fave,great song,"Next Time I See Heaven" is just excellent and "Will To Love" is another great ballad...Robin Beck is one of the most charismatic female singers,a contemporary one...a lady in music!.88/100

From: lalo r.o.c.k. Date: September 19, 2010 at 23:17
Great AOR,the melodies catch you and take to another world(listen Will to love)what a guitar solo!,If It don´t Hurt awesome mid tempo song,close to Trouble or Nothing,almost all the songs are AOR masterpieces.

From: hair metal again Date: December 19, 2012 at 10:17
excellent 2nd release by ROBIN BECK in the same vein with her crackin debut!many great musicians involved,the songs are very carefully written ,Robin s vocks are sensational and the whole result is very professional!"every little thing","in my heart to stay" and "i will love you now" are the highlights of this highly recommended release!

From: lukemaz Date: October 9, 2013 at 23:59
This is Robin's 3rd album. Sweet Talk 1979, Trouble or Nothing 1989, Human Instinct 1992. You can't compare this album to Trouble or Nothing, this album is very different than Trouble or Nothing. It's softer, more mature, more of a mood album. This is soft rock, maybe adult contemporary. I wouldn't classify this as AOR. The Heart cover "Will To Love" is good, softer than Heart's sound in 1990... The Heart version is much more powerful but Robin gives it an emotional life as well. Gonna Take A Lifetime is my favorite, it's the closest to AOR on this album but it's still not AOR. In My Heart to Stay is a great pop/ballad. It has a nice flow overall. This album may take some time to grow on you but it is a great album, no where near as power packed as Trouble or Nothing but it still has qualities to appreciate. This is something I could listen to driving through the country on a summer day with the windows down. Give it a try.

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