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Kids of the Rockin' Nation
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Label: Long Island Records
Catalog Number: LIR 00040
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Jimmy Martin lead and backing vocals, guitars|
Jean-Paul Rigot drums
Jean-Michel Mauffray bass, guitars
Laurie Wisefield guitars
Didier Erard keyboards
Keith Murrell backing vocals
|1. ||Don't Fool With Me ||4:24|
|2. ||Drivin' Through the Pouring Rain ||5:18|
|3. ||No Place for Lonely Tears ||5:02|
|4. ||Kids of the Rockin' Nation ||4:25|
|5. ||Hold on to the Night ||4:49|
|6. ||Love Me or Leave Me ||3:56|
|7. ||When Your Smile... ||4:09|
|8. ||I Want You to Want Me ||4:20|| ||Cover: Cheap Trick|
|9. ||Heart on the Line ||3:27|
|10. ||Love the Night Away ||3:14|
|11. ||Blue Eyed Angel ||4:42|
|12. ||Call of the Wild ||4:23|
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|Total Running Time:|| 52:09|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: TIM (2)
||Date: July 7, 2004 at 4:33|
|Very high quality solo release from the ex-Fisc vocalist, which sees a change in direction from Euro-Metal to poppy AOR. "Drivin' Through the Rain" is the same track "Driving Through America" on Steve Thompson's album, and is probably the highlight, but there's barely a filler track on here. I'm not a big fan of the ballads, and there are too many, but if you love smooth AOR with plenty of keys this is worth tracking down. Great vocals too. 8.5/10.
|From: 9 CHAMPIONS A 1
||Date: February 13, 2005 at 7:53|
|En este album el amigo Jaimito continua con un AOR de muy agradable escucha tal y como ya nos ofreció en su disco del 89' "Rythmn Of Life",en esta ocasión quizas no suene tan 80 pero sigue siendo extremadamente melódico a pesar de ser editado en un año (me consta q es de 1994) que estuvo bastante reñido con la melodia.Asi pues si os gustan los discos de Jimmy Harnen,Fahrenheit,Stan Bush(90's) y similares es mas que probable que os guste este.BUEN AOR.
|From: Nick C
||Date: April 20, 2005 at 19:41|
|I bought this after a review in an old AOR magazine over here in the U.K. called Frontiers. It's a pretty cool CD and as Tim(2) points out Drivin' Through the Pouring Rain is probably the best track on the release but the title track runs it a close second. I find after a while though the songs start sounding a little samey BUT they are all good songs! Don't know what he did after this but I have seen a CD single called Angels doing the rounds. Not sure if it is off a second album or not.
|From: TIM (2)
||Date: April 21, 2005 at 2:10|
|Hey Nick C, I used to work for FRONTIERS magazine so it was probably my review you saw first-time around too!
|From: Nick C
||Date: April 21, 2005 at 14:22|
|Great mag...I've still got all the copies printed from when when it was a kind of a2 size then it went up to A4 didn't it. I used to subscribe to it! Was always great getting it thru the post. I'll have to dig it out and reread the review. I think you said something like had the CD been released in the mid 80's then it would have been played all over the radio. Loved the mag...I grab Fireworks now since it's demise...besides if I didn't buy it Bruce would duff me over!
|From: TIM (2)
||Date: April 21, 2005 at 15:46|
|Yeah, had a good time working on the mag. Got to do some good interviews too (including the first one with the 'new' Marcie Free). You'll see my name (Tim Robertson) reviewing most of the softer side of AOR, and I used to get tons of free CDs! Fireworks is great, but a bit more diverse, as it has to be these days...
|From: Rafo Phoenix
||Date: July 2, 2006 at 12:31|
|Very Good of course, despues de los comentarios de los grandes expertos de arriba no hay mucho por decir, el Rythmn Of Life es una pasada con Fisc Jimmy dejo buenos trabajos tambien como el Too hot for love, en fin este disco gustara sin duda y la puntuacion de Tim(2) es precisa.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: June 29, 2012 at 23:45|
|Pleasant release with some friendly AOR tracks in it..."Drivin' Through The Pouring Rain","Kids Of The Rockin' Nation"(nice AOR),"Hold On To The Night"(nice mid tempo),"Love Me Or Leave Me","When You Smile"(nice),"I Want You To Want Me"(decent Cheap Trick cover)& "Love The Night Away" are my faves...recommended...88/100
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