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Night Songs

12 Dec 1995

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  • Original Release Date: 1 Jan 1987
  • Release Date: 1 Jan 1987
  • Label: UMC (Universal Music Catalogue)
  • Copyright: (C) 1987 The Island Def Jam Music Group
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  • Total Length: 35:52
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  • ASIN: B001KVLX36
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 53,979 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Dr Nick VINE VOICE on 20 Dec 2002
Format: Audio CD
Cinderella were discovered by John Bon Jovi, and quickly made an impact on the music scene. this was their first release, and once you get past the frankly dreadful cover, you'll discover a pretty good collection of tunes. This is a rock band with a heavy bluesy influence, not too heavy (about the same as early Bon Jovi, in fact), with a vocalist who sounds not a million miles from Brian Johnson of AC/DC, if slightly more tuneful.
They managed to come up with some great riffs, including Shake Me, Somebody Save Me, Push Push, and the title track, as well as an excellent ballad - Nobody's Fool (graced with a tasty solo). And Tom Keifer (vocals) isn't a bad lead player either.
Worth a bit of nostalgia.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By J. Pearson on 2 April 2006
Format: Audio CD
They might have been pretty boys but they played like old pro's that had studied Aerosmith, AC/DC, early Def Leppard and the blues. They knew how to rock and they knew not only how to carry a good tune, but Tom Keifer also knew how to write great rock music. It's just a shame that the depressing influx of grunge made 'hair metal' unfashionable & put paid to Cinderalla's career, because TK could have been a major star.
It's a debut that far outweighs any others from the time, with the exception of Tesla and GNR. At the time, and definitely now, AC/DC would have killed for a track like Shake Me. Nobody's Fools is one of those great ballads, a kind of long lost brother for the Leps' "Love Bites".
But then again, if you're reading this it's because you want to & not because you need convincing that you should buy it, because you probably already own it. I could wax lyrical for hours.
A classic rock debut.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Donna - Egypts Lost Queen on 25 July 2007
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The 1st album from the brilliant Cinderella. Anybody who likes Classic Rock with a twist of glam and a hint of blues combined will like this. Songs like "Shake Me" and "Nobodys Fool" bring back so many memories of Rock City in Nottingham in the late 80's, the site of skinny long haired pretty boys with leather trousers and cowboy boots on strutting their stuff to songs like this make this album a good reminder for me of times gone by. Tom Keifer is an excellent song writer and musician. Good stuff.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By O-mindcrime on 17 Dec 2009
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The clearest memory I have of Cinderella is fighting though a bedraggled crowd, in freezing cold rain, at the 1987 Monsters Of Rock Festival, when the introduction to `Once Around The Ride' was being cranked into life. The contrast between the surroundings and the bands daft moniker is as stark as the contrast between the cover on this cd and the music contained within. The cover sports possibly the worst example of hair metal known to modern man (or was that Dokken on Under Lock and Key?)- a riot of massive puffed up hair, big lipstick, sashes and laughable pouting from the man called, er, Fred- and there it is again, that daft band name, in big pink letters, lest you forget... So you'd have to be pretty hardcore to work past the sleeve and get into the music. And boy is it worth it. This is a great debut album. Spawned from an effective coming together of the pop sensibilities of Aerosmith/early Skid Row and the harder bluesy sound of AC/DC this thing rocks big style. The big riffs just keep coming from the churning Push Push to the stabbing Somebody Save Me, born aloft on a massive drum sound. And it's not all black and white. Like the Skid Row debut (also Bon Jovi finds) there is the half decent ballad in there (Nobody's Fool) and the atmospheric churning title track. This is a great summery, feel good cd but I do wonder how many people never made it past the cover - perhaps this lesson was learned, as the follow up album just had a white sleeve....
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 19 May 2005
Format: Vinyl
This is a belter. Great production, awesome rock songs with a touch of glam tinted blues thrown in. The guys voice is one of the best in this genre. Standout tracks hve to be the great rocker 'Shake Me' and the huge ballad 'Nobodys Fool'. Highly recommended peice of 80's rock.
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The only reason you probably haven't heard of this band is MTV. And its the same reason you probably have heard of Poison. The two band's first debuts were both released on the very same day, 2nd August 1986.
Okay, so this may seem a little outrageous, but in the bigger picture, the difference is that Poison were introduced as the perfect glam band, which was all the rage in metal at the time. For reasons that have become far too clear today, to make the cut in the music industry, you have to at least be presentable, and fit according to the times. And the fact of the matter is Poison suited their time much better than Cinderella.
Now I'm using Poison as a kind of metaphor for the generic glam metal band in this for sake of easy reviewing and reading for yourself. I know neither band were initially sucessful and they both peaked at #3, but what I want to get across is that Cinderella, my opinion here, were stuck in the wrong time, and that is the only reason they didn't explode. By their third album, they had built complete individuality and seem to have taken no care whatsoever in popular chart sounds-Heartbreak Station is pure Cinderella through and through-and Tom Keifer is an amazing songwriter. He hasn't written a bad one.
I hate having to categorise things, but it seems the easiest way to sell you this album. Cinderella are a jam band, a garage band, you can imagine Tom Keifer dossin' about and pricking up his ears when he plays himself a sweet, sweet riff (and this album is all about sweet, sweet riffs). They unfortunately do NOT belong in the charts, do NOT belong on MTV, and they do NOT belong in the '80s glam metal' category.
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