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By Nathan Laney - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I've only ever seen this album on CD once! ONE TIME! What a shame. What a band! I first heard these guys on a radio program that I used to tape every night. This show was a really neat idea! It was called "The 12/60 Club." It ran on the now defunct WYDD out of Pittsburgh. It came on at midnight and ran for an hour. Thus the name 12/60. They played nothing but alternative material during that hour, and seemed to delight in introducing the listener to unheard of acts. Among those I heard for the first time on this show were The The, The Waterboys, OMD, The Raybeats, Trio, and much more. When they first played a track from "a new Australian band" I flipped! The track was "I Want You Back" from the "Stoneage Romeos" album. I loved EVERYTHING about it. Every last detail of the song was perfect. It instantly reminded me of the garage rock records of the 60's that we played alot when I was a kid. In rock, that was always my favorite genre. The verses were absolutely irresistable, but when it hit the chorus, it was like a favorite food bursting with more flavor than you can stand! The main melody to the chorus was more than sufficient, but the little back-up "ah-uuhaah" gave it even more dimension and became the part that I couldn't wait to hear each time I would play it. It was sort of like the pay-off for listening. When I bought the album, I realized that their music was full of fun and melody. When it comes to crafting a darn near perfect rock & roll song, these guys could give lessons.
That first album was FANTASTIC! So was the second one. The third one started to worry me just a little bit, but then I saw a video on MTV. I was just channel surfing when I heard a falsetto voice singing "come anyti-ime." Then I recognized Dave Faulkner. I put the brakes on my thumb and listened (and watched). It was just great! I immediately ordered the album. I still think that next to their debut album, this is their best one. "Come Anytime," "Baby Can Dance," "Death in the Afternoon," "Axegrinder" and "Hallucination" are the high points. But ALL of it is great!
One final point about this band. They would include a "Hall of Fame" list of things they liked (actors and musicians mostly). It's all of the stuff I like! ...Scary...
HASH(0x91f43c8c) out of 5 stars Glad I got my copy back 7 Jan. 2013
By AABBEB. - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Great record I bought new way back when Hoodoo Gurus rock like hell. You should get one too. make sure they have the cover if yer into that kinda thing. Didn't realise this was just the cd not that it matters.
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HASH(0x91f42dc8) out of 5 stars As good as I remembered 15 Dec. 2008
By Clint J. Fischer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I never thought I would see a remastered version of this release. I'm not a Hoodoo Guru diehard , but this was one of my favorite cd's in college. "Come Anytime" is the eptiome of what was right with college radio in the 80's. Catchy chorus with jangly guitars. "Baby Can Dance" was my favorite. Any song that refers to thinking about a girl "every day and night" is something you can relate to in your early 20s. Hell, you can relate to that at any age. The remastered sound is great and meshes in well with other more recent releases on my ipod.
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HASH(0x91f4305c) out of 5 stars Where's that hit? 3 Mar. 2004
By M. Bromberg - Published on
Format: Audio CD
The Hoodoo Gurus' first album for RCA provided a lot of hit potential that sadly never materialized ("Come Anytime" was as close as they came to it on the college charts) but Dave Faulkner's guitar-jangly, hook-laden tunes never broke though into the pop mainstream. Too bad; virtually every song here could have been a contender. Self-produced, polished without being slick, and literate, the band never found a foothold in the tide of post-Nirvana rock that washed up on radio in the mid-90s. Star-crossed with a label that didn't know how to promote them (realizing RCA's less-than-stellar track record with its rock acts, they even needled the label with the baseball-metaphor "Where's That Hit?") even great songs weren't enough to get this album heard.
HASH(0x91f43050) out of 5 stars Great songwriting 3 May 2012
By Mark from Oz - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I recently got back in to the Guru's after having not listened to them for ages. This album is excellent, every song is brilliant especially the quieter ones.
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