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Artist: Thrills

Title: Front Page News

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Category: AOR/Pomp

Year: 1981/2008

Label: AOR-FM Records

Catalog Number: AOR-FM0803

Personnel

Tony Monaco keyboards, synths, vocals, lead vocals
Dave Fullerton guitars, vocals, lead vocals
Rob Owens drums, vocals, lead vocals
Bill Gilbert bass, vocals, lead vocals

Tracks

1.  You Don't Remember Me  3:20
2.  Don't You Know  3:19
3.  Tonight  3:09
4.  Take a Bite  3:22
5.  I'll Be on My Way  3:08
6.  Teaser  3:17
7.  Explorer Time  4:25
8.  Front Page News  4:16
9.  Follow Your Dream  3:16
10.  Take Me Away  3:27
11.  High Side of 55  3:14
12.  Smiling CD bonus  3:14
  
Total Running Time:  41:27

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Nick C Date: April 22, 2009 at 5:37
Thrills are one of those bands where you end up scratching your head and wondering why their name is not more prolific in AOR circles. They pretty much have the lot great songs, cool keyboards that are just this side of overblown pomp. But really great AOR. Take Me Away is a great mid paced song which just screams SUMMER at you if you see what I mean (if you do let me know!), Explorer Time is another fave with it's over the top subject matter (spaceships n stuff) and Angelesque keyboards .... in fact this is pretty much pomp rather than AOR. Anyway who cares about labels ...godd music is good music right? And this is good music!

From: juan carlos Date: May 9, 2009 at 22:50
Yep Ure right man! Call it AORPomp better hehe.. Really Good AORPomp album, id have preferred more midtempo or beautiful songs but its Good anyway, full up-tempos here, "Take a Bite" is the only ballad with a Good guitar solo. Nice Keyboards on "You Don't Remember Me"(reminded me to the Fortune band(USA)) catchy song but my favorite tracks are "Take Me Away" and "Teaser". Tony Monaco did a good job on vocals here. 8.5/10

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From: Jez Date: June 23, 2009 at 11:21
Another quality Aor-fm re-issue and certainly one for the old school AOR /Pomp boys (Ahh Nick is here too). Loads of good stuff on here and I especially like 'Exploreer Time' with it's Pompy keys all over the place, which are one of the highlights in general for all of this disc. Highly quality all the way through I would say and as Nick says above, good music is good music, and this most certainly is.


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