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Artist: Tokyo Motor Fist

Title: Tokyo Motor Fist

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2017

Label: Frontiers Records

Catalog Number: FRCD775

Personnel

Ted Poley vocals
Steve Brown guitars, vocals
Greg Smith bass
Chuck Burgi drums

Tracks

1.  Pickin' Up The Pieces     Listen
2.  Love Me Insane     Listen
3.  Shameless     Listen
4.  Love     Listen
5.  Black And Blue     Listen
6.  You're My Revolution     Listen
7.  Don't Let Me Go     Listen
8.  Put Me To Shame     Listen
9.  Done To Me     Listen
10.  Get You Off My Mind     Listen
11.  Fallin' Apart     Listen

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Existing comments about this CD

From: edukiki Date: February 25, 2017 at 4:04
Good album, but the sound of the production kill all the job. There are some kiler songs, this album could be a killer bomb, but the sound of the guitar and the battery are not good. But of course there are some very good songs here, Pickin Up The Pieces, Love Me Insane, Love, Put Me To Shame, Shameless, Done To Me, Get Out Off My Mind, are authentic highlights songs. But I prefer the other DANGER DANGER members project THE DEFIANTS, good songs and very good sound. "Danger danger" , "Screw It", and "Cockroaach", are better disc tan Tokyo Motor Fist

From: CC Date: February 25, 2017 at 15:25
Production is great, not sure what you are talking about mate. Songs are great too.

From: nobycane74 Date: February 25, 2017 at 22:10
This has to be a damn near perfect album. The production & mix is not perfect, but that doesn't take away from the excellent songs overall. The perfect lineup and sound makes this release a strong contender for album of the year. This certainly give The Defiants album a run for their money. The songs are certainly a journey down memory lane with elements of Def Leppard, Danger Danger, Trixter and everything else inbetween. One track that is a bit odd for me, while a good song in its own right and maybe its the order it appears in is "You're My Revolution". HIGHLIGHT TRACKS: All of them except #6. My RATING: 98/100

From: Eric3 Date: March 11, 2017 at 0:23
Decent enough album, in fact there aren't many bad tracks on here. They're between 3-4 minutes and emphasize catchy vocal lines; you can tell the band was trying as hard as possible to emulate the '80s with the arpeggiated chorus licks, fat snare drum, and so on. But the production is SO FREAKING BAD it nearly ruins the rest. The drums are way too high, the recording of the vocals is of poor quality, and the guitars aren't audible enough. A shame, because there are a lot of great songs on here; my favorites are "Love me Insane," "Love," Black And Blue," and "You're My Revolution." Solid album but no excuse for it sounding like a demo in 2017.

From: Crazysam Date: April 7, 2017 at 23:38
This one took me by surprise. After being a little disappointed with Tedís latest solo album, Beyond The Fade, I wasnít sure what to expect. Iíve always liked Steve Brownís work with Trixter and even some of the modern rock bands he formed like 40 Ft. Ringo and Stereo Fallout, but I didnít think he was capable of writing as strong of an album as this. TMFís debut is my favorite album of 2017, so far. The album doesnít quite reach the level of Tedís work with D2 and it isnít overly original. But if you like Tedís solo albums mixed with some 80ís Def Leppard style guitar riffs and melodies, then I highly recommend you pick this up. My score is 88/100.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: April 11, 2017 at 13:50
Pleasant & catchy Melodic Hard Rock release by Ted Poley(of Danger Danger fame) and legendary drummer Chuck Borgi...my fave tracks are 6,8,10(nice)& 11...enjoyable stuff...85/100

From: Doug Date: August 23, 2018 at 12:40
Terrible name, terrific album!

From: the rocker Date: August 24, 2018 at 10:19
Yes, strange name but a really good album. A fun "summertime" album.

From: 123charpenay Date: July 28, 2020 at 18:01
this superb cd is a best of the three first danger danger s records.ted poley sing like in the glory days,big sound,big guitars,mighty and perfect production,the sound of the drums is a real pleasure,and all the songs are varied and catchy.my fave is track 8 "put me to shame" what extraordinary choruse.i recommand the japan import cause the bonus track is a new beautiful version of track 7 "don t let me go".


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