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Storm [Original recording remastered]

Storm Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (4 July 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Rock candy
  • ASIN: B000EPR7PC
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 113,959 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. I Want You
2. Tell Me That You Love Me
3. What Do You Like
4. Game's Over
5. You Pity Me
6. Ain't That the Way
7. Wake Up
8. Young Young
9. Shoot On Sight
10. Hyperdrive
11. Machine Gun
12. I Want You (Demo) (Bonus Track)
13. What Do You Like (Demo) (Bonus Track)
14. Ordinary Dreamer (Non Lp Demo) (Bonus Track)
15. Dyin' Breed (non Lp Demo) (Bonus Track)
16. Half Lover (Non Lp Demo) (Bonus Track)

Product Description

CD 1979 Album Incl. 5 Tr.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Female fronted US version of Queen! 3 Sep 2011
Format:Audio CD
There have been a few bands by this name, but this one is the late 70s/early 80s US band fronted by Jeanette Chase. I managed to obtain the vinyl many years ago with considerable difficulty (mine is an MCA promo copy picked up in the USA). It sounds alarmingly like Queen, which is no bad thing IMHO, with May-like guitar work & occasional orchestral pretensions. Songwriting quality is generally high although some songs work better than others eg Wake Up, Shoot On Sight & What Do You Like. They produced one more album, also eponymous & usually referred to as Storm II to avoid confusion!

Track listing (not given above): I Want You, Tell Me That You Love Me, What Do You Like, Game's Over, You Pity Me, Ain't That The Way, Wake Up, Young Young, Shoot On Sight, Hyperdrive, Machine Gun.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The Cause of the Confusion... 1 July 2009
By M. McDonald - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Long before the Journey spin-off of "The Storm", way back in the late 70's, there was a band called "Storm" led by vocalist Jeanette Chase and guitarist extraordinaire Lear Stevens. They released two albums('79 and '83)...both called "Storm" (though the second is now marketed as "Storm II" despite the cover only showing "Storm").

In '91 three ex-Journey members joined with ex-707 and Steel Breeze vocalist Kevin Chalfant and hotshot guitarist Josh Ramos to form "The Storm". It's much more likely this is what you were looking for when you found this page. They had better distribution and a bigger push from the record company.

Amazon's page for the later band's debut is mixed up. The Editorial Review for the '91 album describes the '79 album. Even allmusic.com currently confuses them by showing a cover for the '79 album when you read the review of the '91 album.

Additionally, as Amazon sells both bands' albums, a review posted for the debut of either "Storm" ('79) or "The Storm" ('91) apparently appears on both pages...thus creating even more confusion.

If you like Journey-type music, you're likely to enjoy the '91 album (if you can locate a copy). You'll find solid performances, songwriting, and production. I'd missed Gregg Rolie's voice on the later Journey albums and enjoyed Mr. Chalfant's voice since I first heard him on 707's "Megaforce" album.

The '79 album (if you can justify the price) is more difficult to categorize. Imagine a female singer with guts, lots of overdubbed guitars and vocals, catchy songwriting, creative production, a powerful rhythm section, and four tons of talent and fun in a Rock/Pop (leaning more to rock than pop) setting there's a good chance you'll like the '79 and/or '83 albums.

Personally, I enjoy both bands and all four albums they released though I find myself listening more to the earlier band.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hard rock classic from 1979, did the other reviewer even listen? 24 Oct 2009
By Thomas Muckinhaupt - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Storm was a great hard rocking band who released this gem in 1979. For anyone who likes the idea of Queen with a dynamic female singer mixed with a little bit of Sweet from their glory days, this is an essential purchase. I never heard the other band, The Storm, that was mentioned in the other review, but I wonder if the reviewer even bothered to listen to this cd. Guitarist Lear Stevens could have filled in for Brian May and Jeanette Chase's vocals are both powerful and melodic. I treasure my original album, and this cd has great bonus tracks that made it an essential purchase. The second album by Storm- also titled Storm was released on Capitol Records in 1983 with virtually no promotion, also very good, but not quite as strong as this release.
4.0 out of 5 stars Classic rock with female vocals, and a great reissue too! 23 Oct 2010
By Justin G. - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
California-based rockers Storm (not to be confused with the later Journey spinoff band) released their self-titled debut in 1979. Storm was a pop/rock band that featured powerhouse female vocalist Jeanette Chase and her guitar hotshot husband Lear Stevens.

Storm's sound is hard to classify. Heart and Pat Benatar are obvious choices, because there weren't all that many female-fronted rock bands at the time. Storm sounds more British though, and clearly drew major influence from bands like Led Zeppelin and the Sweet, and maybe Queen. This is almost a glam rock album, but one with a lot of hard rocking punch. The vocals are very impressive, as is the guitar work. The whole album just has this huge sound, especially on the harder rocking songs like "Machine Gun" and "Shoot on Sight."

If you're a fan of female-fronted rock bands, glam rock, and/or late `70s and early `80s pop/rock, especially bands like the Sweet, Heart and Pat Benatar, you'll want to check out this lost gem, especially now that it has been reissued.

Edition Notes: Storm was reissued in 2006 by Rock Candy, which is (I believe) the first time the album has been released on CD. In addition to Rock Candy's usual superb quality digital remastering and extensive liner notes, Storm features five previously unreleased demo recordings as bonus tracks.

Oh, and how great is that album cover? They had the iPod imagined a quarter century ahead of time!
1 of 5 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars WRONG ONE 4 Feb 2009
By Kristina - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
THIS IS NOT THE STORM WITH KEVIN CHALFANT. I made the mistake of buying this album, thinking it had Kevin Chalfant and the songs "In The Raw", "I've Got A Lot To Learn About Love" and "Show Me The Way". This is an entirely different band with a female lead singer. I've also written the seller of this CD and told them about the mistake in their advertisement. I didn't get ANY response and I'm stuck with a Storm CD I never wanted. BE SURE TO LOOK VERY CAREFULLY AT THE PICTURES. They list the songs on the album correctly.
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