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Artist: 707

Title: 707/The Second Album

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Category: AOR

Year: 1998

Label: Renaissance

Catalog Number: RMED00195

Personnel

Phil Bryant bass, lead and backing vocals
Jim McClarty drums, percussion
Duke McFadden keyboards, lead and backing vocals
Kevin Russell guitars, lead and backing vocals
David Carr piano

Tracks

1.  I Could Be Good For You  4:46
2.  Let Me Live My Life  2:46
3.  One Way Highway  4:16
4.  Save Me  2:46
5.  You Who Needs to Know  5:01
6.  Slow Down  3:19
7.  Feel This Way  3:49
8.  Waste of Time  4:49
9.  Whole Lot Better  6:37
10.  Tonite's Your Nite  4:01
11.  Millionaire  3:50
12.  Live With the Girl  3:46
13.  Strings Around My Heart  3:53
14.  Pressure Rise  3:46
15.  Rockin' Is Easy  3:34
16.  City Life  3:55
17.  Live Without Her  3:55
18.  Love on the Run  3:32
19.  The Party's Over  4:23
  
Total Running Time:  76:44

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Existing comments about this CD

From: JD Date: February 24, 2001 at 0:25
Is it just me or is the one awesome tune!

From: Hardddddddddddd Date: August 22, 2001 at 2:35
Of course is just you! Listen to these three songs.... sounds like a rainy monday morning. Where´s the hard rock 80s feeling??????

From: ezed Date: February 17, 2002 at 20:49
hey dan dan,this is the best 80s site ever! but,where the 1st 707 album? i have it,it rocks,oyu should get it too,if you can find it. remember the movie heavy metal? the song mega force was 1 of the main songs in it. a few of these guys went on to more famous bands,like survivor i believe. anyway,great direction,great group,great 1st album if you can find it.

From: curt Date: March 16, 2002 at 0:42
Your right ezed! Where is the first album because it did kick ass. Mega Force was a kick tune. Ace Frehley later did it on his Feheleys Comet album but he changed the name of hte song to calling to you. Check it out, it's pretty cool.

From: stenza Date: May 12, 2002 at 12:56
This is the first and the second 707 albums put together. The third album was called mega force and had Kevin Chalfant on vocals. He should later join the storm with members from journey

From: koogles Date: July 22, 2003 at 16:00
Not a bad CD, not really like the Journey-ish and still-unreleased-on-CD "Megaforce" though. This has a more Midwest sound to it, like first album Survivor, Dakota, early .38 Special, Trillion's "Clear Approach", Charlie, Spy, etc. (P.S. Anyone who wants this might not want to wait around, because the label that originally issued it is now defunct.)

From: ROBERT Date: December 23, 2003 at 13:03
¿Donde esta el q canto el Kevin Chalfant? el inmenso MEGAFORCE!!! DEL 82'

From: dannyrock Date: February 1, 2004 at 16:28
simply a great must have albums to all.thanks

From: T-Bone Date: March 23, 2004 at 15:55
Actually, Ace Frehley didn't change the name of the Mega Force song. His guitar player Tod Howarth wrote and recorded the song with 707 back in the late 70's/early 80's. He just re-recorded it with Frehley's Comet

From: J Schubeck Date: March 25, 2004 at 3:16
This is by far the best of all the 707 Albums. Duke McFadden Left the band after the first LP. Writer of the Hit Single "I could be good for you" and Wrote or Co-Wrote Most of the other songs on the 1st LP You can hear a big difference in the band in there following LPs. J. Schubeck

From: G. Prato Date: March 25, 2004 at 11:07
The AOR band 707 formed in Detroit; original members included Phil Bryant (bass, vocals), Jim McClarty (drums), Duke McFadden (keyboards, vocals), Kevin Russell (guitars, vocals), and David Carr (piano), although the lineup changed with each album. After signing to Casablanca, the band released its self-titled debut and had a modest radio hit with "I Could Be Good for You," written by McFadden and McClarty. The Second Album (1981) and Megaforce (1982) followed, but 707 never followed up its sign

From: G. Prato Date: March 25, 2004 at 11:08
The AOR band 707 formed in Detroit; original members included Phil Bryant (bass, vocals), Jim McClarty (drums), Duke McFadden (keyboards, vocals), Kevin Russell (guitars, vocals), and David Carr (piano), although the lineup changed with each album. After signing to Casablanca, the band released its self-titled debut and had a modest radio hit with "I Could Be Good for You," written by McFadden and McClarty. The Second Album (1981) and Megaforce (1982) followed, but 707 never followed up its sign

From: Swriter Date: February 4, 2005 at 20:30
I like all of 707's output, but for me, The Second Album is the best of em all and one of early 80's best albums. Just good melodic rock. Fav tunes are Live with the girl, Millionaire, Toight, Strings, Rockin and Live without her. Just great songs and vocals and one of the albums to get harder rock back!!!! Great one!!!

From: KurtmanJP Date: January 13, 2007 at 22:04
I caught "I Could Be Good For You" on the radio and I got hooked on 707 and the AOR genre as a whole. I listened to samples of their other songs off the album and I was even more turned on. Now i'm planning to get this album for my birthday. "You Who Needs To Know" is my fave song off it after giving each sample a listen. I think they sound like a mix of Loverboy and Elton John in a way.

From: 707STAR Date: November 17, 2011 at 16:59
WHAT A SHAME THESE GUYS DID NOT GET MUCH AIRPLAY. THEIR PRETTY GOOD. THE 2ND ALBUM IS BETTER TNAN THE 1ST AS FAR AS HEAVIER GUITAR WORK AND GREAT DRUMS. THEIR BOTH GOOD ALBUMS TO OWN. CLASSIC ROCK W/GREAT MELODY. GET THIS ONE.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: August 15, 2015 at 13:14
This second release was without the big shot of Kevin Chalfant...i own it on vinyl and here we have first and second album all together in one CD...the band did miss the punch that Chalfant offered in their music but still it has some nice moments in the shape of tracks 12,13,14,16,17 & 18...80/100


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