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Label: Capitol Records/EMI/ATM (Reissue)
Catalog Number: ATM 3828 AH
|4.||I Wanna Go Back||3:52|
|6.||Rockin' Down the Highway||3:30|
|8.||Bye Bye Baby||4:30|
|9.||Standin' With the Kings||3:51|
|10.||The Lonely One||3:29|
|12.||Ready to Rock and Roll||4:03|
|Total Running Time:||44:51|
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|From: 9 CHAMPIONS A 1||Date: March 18, 2003 at 10:41|
|Antes de nada aclarar que por mucho que veais este disco catalogado como una joyita de los 80,la realidad es que dista mucho.Aunque el disco no es malo para nada,no es ninguna joya ,ni tan siquiera un disco de primer nivel.Mantiene una linea AOR con guitarras algo arockeradas y si destaco algun tema por supuestísimo seria Do Ya? con un riff de guitarra muy de los Stones,este tema tiene algo especial que hace que te guste,los demás estarian entre decentes algunos y otros para olvidar.NORMALITO.|
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|From: Jez||Date: March 20, 2003 at 15:34|
|The excellent debut, first time on cd with a couple of bonus tracks. Loved this when it was originally released, and still love it now. Monty Byrom's vocals are to die for and Danny Chauney ( now .38 Special) chips in with some excellent playing, infact the whole band is as tight as a gnats chuff. Top tunes are' Satisfy Me', 'I wanna Go Back' (later covered by Eddie Money), 'Standin' With The Kings', and 'Last Call'. Fantastic release|
|From: koogles||Date: August 1, 2003 at 19:19|
|Standard early 80s rock fare. If you think Eddie Money meets 38 Special meets Henry Lee Summer represents the pinnacle of AOR perfection, then you'll wanna get Billy Satellite beamed into your home.|
|From: albert||Date: February 24, 2004 at 3:04|
|The first time I heard the song satisfy me, It was on the radio and It had a pretty hard riff to it. I said I 've gotta get this album, and listening to the rest of the album, back then and now, It still is one of my favorite albums of all time really great music.|
|From: rick kerch||Date: January 20, 2005 at 16:43|
|This album just "satisfied me".|
|From: ichinmybrain||Date: March 27, 2005 at 1:45|
|One of the greatest melodic rock albums ever.The songs Satisfy Me and Last Call are classic and the rest of the album is great.I wish they would had stayed together and made more albums but it would have been tough to top this.|
|From: IMPALER||Date: April 17, 2005 at 1:11|
|I saw them open up for Night Ranger on the Midnight Madness tour. They were very good so I bought this album on cassette and wore it out. I'd say the sound is closest to Sammy Hagar's V.O.A. album and should appeal to fans of edgier Eddie Money, Loverboy, 38 Special, Idle Cure, Streets, John Parr...stuff like that. Worth picking up.|
|From: Rafo Phoenix||Date: April 24, 2005 at 20:20|
|Good AOR album, mitad del album con buenos temas la otra baja, esos cortes buenos son Standin' With the Kings(la que mas me va), The Lonely One, Do Ya?, I Wanna Go Back, Last Call, Satisfy Me el resto no me convence, de todas maneras buen album alo Eddie Money, Eric Martin o John Parr(pero unos puntos menos que estos). saludos desde Ica-Peru la tierra del Pisco y el Sol eterno.|
|From: Nick C||Date: May 19, 2005 at 1:42|
|I picked up on this CD pretty late having not bothered buying the album back when it was released. Boy am I kicking myself, it's a great little release. The opener Satisfy Me is a fine straight ahead rocker and Last Call has a cool kind of weird guitar riff to the chorus. This release will appeal to anyone who likes their melodic rock with more of an uncomplicated rocky approach. I wish I'd bought it originally....right where's that boot again!|
|From: dabunsoyn||Date: September 6, 2005 at 17:30|
|Heard 'Last Call' on the Friday Rock Show (BBC Radio 1) fakkin years ago, it blew me away at the time to be honest. Decades later somehow i remembered the band name and tracked the CD down... it was great to hear 'Last Call' again..... & again. One of my all time favourite tracks, what a riff! Not sure bout rest of album, 'Satisfy Me' is a brilliant rocker but the rest sounds a bit lightweight to me. Still, worth having the album for 'Last Call' alone...|
|From: ROBERT||Date: September 18, 2006 at 20:40|
|Muy pero q muy normalito! d A.O.R. mas bien poco, la verdad, esto es royo mas Rhytman Blues, Rock n' roll incluso tokes countrys... y con claras similitudes a solistas como RICK SPRINGFIELD, EDDIE MONEY... Lo vuelvo a escuxar dp d muxos años sin hacerlo, y la verdad es q no le cojo el "punto".. Temas a destacar: el 1º ,DO YA,STANDING WITH THE KINGS, y mi Gran Favorito: I WANNA GO BACK!!!! Muxa Atencion a este Tema pues lo versionearon dp gente como: GREGG ROLIE, EDDIE MONEY... Monty Byrom, es un|
|From: ROBERT||Date: September 18, 2006 at 20:41|
|Monty Byrom, es un reputado Musico q a estado con peña como EDDIE MONEY, Lance (escribio tb temas para su Grupo: EYES OF WISE), New Frontier, tocando Guitarras, Teclados y por supuesto Cantando y Haciendo coros... sin duda tiene una buena carrera detras! Por cierto q tiene otro titulado: BILLY SATELLITE II - UNRELEASED, por supuesto pirata y con temas ineditos, con peor sonido, pero q para mi gusto esta muxo, pero q Muxisimo mejor. Saludos!!|
|From: Carlos A.||Date: April 25, 2009 at 11:43|
|Fantastic Aor music, good tunes and a little taste about southern and classic rock style, "Rockin' Down the Highway" sounds like 70`s Bad Co. and "Turning Point" remind me Foreigner´s Cold as Ice. Brillant.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: December 8, 2010 at 21:46|
|Being more especific in the comment(i wrote one in 2005 where probably most of the comments about this release were written)and saying that this album still "satisfies me" in the present is not a lie ..."Satisfy Me" well is a classic track 4 me,"Last Call" pretty good one,"I Wanna Go Back" a brilliant smoothie song that Eddie Money covered and made it popular but to all of you that don't know about it,these guys were the real composers of it,just excellent indeed! ,"Trouble" another highlight,"Rockin' Down The Highway" rocks,"Standing With The Kings" & "The Lonely One" ends the vinyl(the format i own this one )pretty catchy...agree with Carlos A about the southern rock touch to the songs...86/100|
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