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Artist: Drive She Said

Title: Excelerator

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Drive She Said Excelerator Album Cover

 

Category: AOR

Year: 1992

Label: Music For Nations (UK)

Catalog Number: CDMFN 149

Personnel

Al Fritsch vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards
Mark Mangold vocals, keyboards, drums
Dave Santos bass
Chuck Bonfante drums
Ilan Rechtman piano
Dana Calitri backing vocals
Eileen Flanagan backing vocals

Tracks

1.  All I'm Livin For  
2.  In My Hands (The Healer)  
3.  Wherever You Go  
4.  Inside You  
5.  Something At Last  
6.  Let It Ride  
7.  Won't Keep Beggin' (Come Away)  
8.  Drop The Hammer  
9.  Someone To Run To  
10.  Song And A Prayer  
11.  When Hope Is Burnin'  
12.  Excelerator  
13.  Forty-Second Street  
14.  Newcastle-On-Tyne  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Cruise Date: March 14, 2004 at 22:00
I've got to say i'm a fan of all these guys albums and this is as good as any. Great vocals from Al Fritsch and along with Mark Mangold they write some superb AOR songs that will have fans of the genre drooling.

From: Scandinavia Date: June 23, 2004 at 7:21
Too many songs but overall a very good effort...Not as good as their 2 first albums but take "Let It Ride" - Gotta love it!!

From: Alejandro Date: November 23, 2004 at 11:29
Despuès de dos discos discretos,Drive She Said sorprende a propios y extraños con una verdadera joya del AOR de una calidad poco frecuente.Desde la produccìon,impecable a todas luces, la banda no hace mas que derrochar buen gusto y calidad.Hay canciones increìbles como la balada Won't Keep Beggin',medios tiempos: Wherever You Go ò Forty-Second Street,donde aquellos ingredientes brillan por si mismos.Sin dudas un clàsico casi inadvertido del genero.10/10 . carro_martin2000@yahoo.com.ar

From: Wotty Date: November 23, 2004 at 14:14
Great album !!!

From: howe Date: December 12, 2004 at 17:08
"Something at last" is one of the most beautiful songs I've ever heard. Everyone that loves AOR should own this one. 9/10

From: Axe Machine Date: May 12, 2005 at 7:53
Something of a let down when you consider this group released such gems as S/T and Drivin' Wheel. The opening 5 tracks do just enough to keep your attention but after that any use of the excelerator went unnoticed by me - seemed more like they were shifting down a couple of gears. Good, but disappointing considering their legacy. 6.5/10

From: juan carlos Date: December 25, 2005 at 14:31
Disco muy variado, las 2 primeras no llegan a ser buenas IMO, pero hay muy buenas canciones, esa "Won't Keep Beggin' (Come Away)" es maravillosa! y asi como esa estan "something at last" "wherever you go" "someone to run to" y "when hope is burning" y por ahi "inside you" mas rockera.. y las 3 ultimas mas en onda tranquila y con afluencia del piano a cargo de Mr. Mangold estan buenas tambien. 8.5/10

From: coverdale14 Date: February 20, 2007 at 14:16
COMO SIEMPRE DRIVE SHE SAID, DE LO MEJOR EN EL AOR. Y NO SU PUEDE ESPERAR MENOS CON ESA MANCUERNA MANGOLD-FRITSCH. SOBRE EL DISCO ES EL MAS ELABORADO DE LA DISCOGRAFIA, MR. MANGOLD LE SACA PROVECHO CON ESA CATEDRA DE TOCAR EL PIANO Y EL TECLADO. HABLAR DE TODO EL DISCO ME LLEVARIA MUCHO. DESTACAN WHEREVER YOU GO, INSIDE YOU ESE TEMAZO WON'T KEEPIN BEGGIN, WHEN HOPE IS BURNIN. SI TE GUSTA EL AOR CON DERROCHE DE CALIDAD Y MAJESTUOSIDAD ESTE ES TU DISCO, LARGA VIDA EL HARD-AOR.

From: ROBERT Date: November 21, 2007 at 10:37
Esta pedazo d Obra d art, ¿no es del 93?: para mi es d 1993 (lo tengo Original en Cd, y cinta y en ambos pone 1993) [img]http://81.171.114.60/pub/Archiv/00362500/00362415.JPG[/img] [img]http://81.171.114.60/pub/Archiv/00362500/00362416.JPG[/img] Pero ay muxas paginas q pone q es d 1992, y paginas importantes... Muxos Saludos dd Barna!!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: December 14, 2010 at 14:18
Third album and somehow not as solid as their 2 previous ones IMHO...still managed to catch my attention with some well known "best shots" of the band..."All I'm Living For","Wherever You Go"(marvellous!),"Inside You" & "Won't Keep Beggin'(Come Away)"...another interesting tracks are "In My Hands (The Healer)" wich is a pretty rocking song,"Let It Ride" that also rocks & "Someone To Run To"...many different points of view written above wich i entirely respect but being objective this album is not bad but neither as outstanding as their 2 first albums...get it anyway because is still worth having it...88/100

From: hair metal again Date: January 3, 2016 at 1:31
very fine release once again by DSS based in the keys-piano of Mark Mangold and the sensational vocs of Al Fritch!maybe thereare a few filers but the good moments are more and they really shine."inside you","all i m livin for","wherever you go" are excellent songs and def a keeper !


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