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Artist: Dan Lucas

Title: 2000!

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Category: AOR

Year: 1994

Label: Marlboro Music (Germany)

Catalog Number: 0087312 MRO


Dan Lucas lead and backing vocals
Greg Critchley drums
John Pierce bass
Kane Roberts guitars, backing vocals
Greg Wells keyboards
Lenny Castro percussion


1.  It's Only Money  3:55
2.  By the Riverside  4:47
3.  Where Would I Be  4:41
4.  I Want to Be Wanted  4:02
5.  Close Your Eyes and Say Goodbye  5:10
6.  Waiting  4:24
7.  Can't Hold Back  4:26
8.  I'm Not Looking for an Angel  4:59
9.  Aim for the Heart  4:19
10.  Immaculate Eyes  4:31
11.  What Does it Take  4:27
12.  Stranger  4:18
13.  The Bridge  3:09
14.  If You Need Me Tonite  4:12
Total Running Time:  61:20

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Existing comments about this CD

From: tomcat Date: June 20, 2002 at 7:46
don't know this cd, but i do know his debut..and what an weak moments whatsoever even the donna summer c ya

From: freddy de keyze Date: September 19, 2002 at 3:13
This is so average, girls and boys ! What's wrong with you ? This is only second rat AOR ! Listen to the real stuff : Signal, i-Ten, Van Stephenson, Diving For Pearls, Drive She Said, Foreigner, Boulevard, Bystander, Shadow King, Red Dawn, Fortune, Harlan Cage, Mecca etc. etc. and forget about this one !

From: nitrodoll Date: September 19, 2002 at 6:29
dear freddy, hoe gaat ie? this is in fact much more softer than his debut disc. his debut cd called 'heart of america' is to say it in the words of freddy ESSENTIAL, BUY BUY BUY. see you girls and boys

From: Shoemaker Date: September 20, 2002 at 4:12
Freddy is right this album you hear ones but not twice, 'cause it sucks !!! Dan Lucas did a good job for KARO, but this one ..!

From: brent Date: September 22, 2002 at 6:22
Someone's done some pretty heavy voting down here.....I checked in a couple of weeks ago and there were much fewer votes and an average vote close to 10!! Hmmmmmm.....

From: Torstein Date: September 23, 2002 at 9:35
Brent, you got it ! Now beware : if that guy didn't like your record, it will get the "pretty heavy voting down" treatment... Shame. Like for this excellent Dan Lucas record : 9,75 / 10 in my book.

From: Firechicken Date: September 23, 2002 at 11:46
For sure this is not fine AOR like the really very real stuff like: Mossfinger, Buttwinch, Broken Spork, Waistband Adjustment, Purple Fire Hydrant, Lamo Stinkus, Raisin Brannosaurus Rex, Furious Suppository, Eggs in my Soup, Lurching Beancake, Streets of Spoiled Cream, Lipstikk Donkkey, or even Bust My Ass Like A Mofo. I refuse to even vote on this as others have already voted for me (wink wink, nudge nudge).

From: Kique Date: September 27, 2004 at 7:22
I think you're all joking. This is an essential album of melodic hard rock. The duet with Robin Beck is worth the whole price, but the CD is full of gems. Great guitars, great sound, great vocals...and a great bunch of songs

From: TIM (2) Date: October 12, 2004 at 4:13
Dan Lucas' albums remind me of recent albums like Over the Edge and Perfect World. Great singer, great songwriters, but the sum does not equal it's individual parts. With the likes of Child, Warren, M.Jordan, J.Vallance, K.Roberts etc writing most of the songs you expect big things, but it just never reaches potential. "Canada" was better than this, and "News" was worse, but if you like jangly-guitared North American AOR you should invest if you see this or "Canada" at a low price. 6/10.

From: Fab Date: April 4, 2005 at 9:44
Some people say you can never judge liking. For me this is just wonderful. Ballads have all been my favorite songs. And this is full of big ones. Had they been sung by Bon Jovi, they would've been worldwide hits. Not that Dan Lucas doesn't live up, but because of the huge marketing all around Bon Jovi.

From: z4roxx Date: April 4, 2005 at 9:58
Agree with you,to me Dan lucas is a good artist.I like also his other release"news",unfortunately I didn't still find"Canada"cd that I think should be his best.

From: Geoff Date: December 8, 2005 at 7:34
This disc is a little odd. The first 2 songs are awful and the last 4 are also very poor, except I guess the final track works out in the chorus. But inbetween we have a nice bundle of commercial rock tracks. I like all of the tracks in the middle here, but my faves are the long-established faves 'Aim for the heart' and 'I'm not lookin' for an angel' - done better by Southgang and Kane Roberts, but a nice inclusion anyway. This is a pretty good disc, I must say. I like it.

From: juan carlos Date: December 1, 2007 at 21:37
Mas de acuerdo con los 2 últimos comments. La voz de Dan Lucas me agrada mucho y sigue intacta como siempre. No un disco redondo(hubiera preferido 10 de los mejores y no 14) pero está bien cargadito de buenos temas, producción y demas todo muy bien hecho. Las baladas son mis favoritas: "Close Your Eyes and Say Goodbye" "Aim for the Heart" "Can't Hold Back"(mi favorita de todas) "I Want to Be Wanted" y por supuesto otra versión de la sentimental "If You Need Me Tonite". Si eres fan de Dan.. 8/10

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 25, 2012 at 19:30
The "weakest" one out of Dan's releases IMO but still good enough for our ears though..."It's Only Money"(a rocking opening!),"Waiting","Can't Hold Back"(nice),"I'm Not Looking For An Angel"(rocks!),"Aim For The Heart"(solid ballad),"Stranger"(solid softy) & "If You Need Me Tonight"(a mega ballad sang along with a fantastic female singer,Robin Beck!!!)...yes,still i could say that this is a recommended one...86/100

From: tomdwa Date: May 23, 2020 at 8:58
In general this is not a bad cd at all, but it's not brillant either. Any which way, it doesn't top his first Canada-record. The duet with Robin Beck (If you need me tonite) is nice, but the best track for me is Where would I be.

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