Paul

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 73% (8 of 11)
Location: Sunderland, United Kingdom
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,575,957 - Total Helpful Votes: 8 of 11
Seven And The Ragged Tiger ~ Duran Duran
5 of 8 people found the following review helpful
When you think back to the 80's, these are the guys who inspired a change of direction.
Like one of the other reviewers, I bought (and still own) this album on vinyl many years ago and recently bought the CD, Seventh Stranger on a CD player is class. There is so much more to this album than the Reflex, Of Crime and Passion is a classic example of what the whole new romantic age was all about, likewise Take the dice.
It's a classic, pure and simple!
Go West ~ Go West
Go West ~ Go West
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
If you like your eighties pop/rock then this is a belter. I'm in my early twenties so this stuff was out when I was wee lad but it's still got a heart-thumping sound, you simply have to sing along to these songs.
Some of the classics are on here like Call Me and We Close Our Eyes, but look out for Innocence (a personal fave) as this is Peter Cox at his best with some wicked synth work!
It only gets 4 stars though as some of its a bit lightweight - Eye to Eye, Haunted but its fully redeemed by stuff like SOS and Goodbye Girl.
Transformers ~ Vince DiCola
Transformers ~ Vince DiCola
I have to admit I bought this from a shop in town and made my mam buy it for me cos I didn't want to be seen buying it (what a p**f), but i'm so glad it's part of my collection.
If you have Rocky IV on CD this is a must, it even has the same guy doing instrmentals - Vince DiCola, think of Hearts on fire and you've got Dare. And for the ultimate in cheese Touch has it all.
Go on nobody needs to know if you buy it off the net!