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Laughing On Judgement Day CD

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  • Audio CD (24 Aug. 1992)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B000024ZZ0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
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THUNDER Laughing On Judgement Day (1992 UK 14-track CD album the 2nd album from the brit-rockers features the hit singles Low Life In High Places A Better Man & Like A Satellite picture sleeve

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After seeing Thunder in concert recently at Nottingham Capital FM Arena i wanted to add to the few Thunder cd's i already had read previous reviews praising this album & i'm in agreement IT ROCKS.
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UK rockers Thunder were flushed with success after their debut album 'Backstreet Symphony' caused a stir at home and abroad, from which the guys were able to steal the show at Donington and sell out venues across the UK. The big question was whether they could come up with another strong album to build on that success. Happily 'Laughing...' follows on with another set of top notch songs, mainly written once again by guitarist and co-producer Luke Morley with input from the other guys (and co-producer Andy Taylor) on a few numbers. This album has many highlights, such as the emotive 'Low Life in High Places', 'A Better Man' (a live favourite to this day) and the storming 'Fire to Ice', where singer Danny Bowes evokes memories of classic Dio-era Rainbow.
The album is notable for the fact that there is one track which is NOT written by the prolific Morley; 'The Moment of Truth', a funky number which the rest of the guys composed and is not out of place alongside the consistently high standard set by the chief writer. Once again Danny Bowes proves himself in the great British rock singer stakes, and the musicianship is top notch, with signs that the guys were beginning to step beyond pure 'crunch', ading horns and harmonica where appropriate.
A second Donington appearance and some prestigious support slots helped keep the band's profile high in the face of the grunge tidal wave sweeping the rock scene, but there was a mini crisis looming in the ranks when bassist Mark 'Snake' Luckhurst quit after this album and tour citing musical and personal differences. Rumours of an approach by Whitesnake's David Coverdale to snap up Luke Morley were circling at this time also (since refuted by both parties) and the period was the most turbulent in the band's career.
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This is my favourite Thunder album - and is reminiscent of early blues period Whitesnake crossed with Bad Company brought up to date - Empty City has echoes of Ain't no love in the heart of the city, but they are a tighter and much more intelligent band than 'Snake ever were. Danny Bowes voice is magnificent, only Paul Rodgers in his prime beats him for that combination of smoke and power. Luke Morley gives us rockers, acoustic ballads and blues rock at the flick of a plectrum. Yes it beats the latest Robert Johnstone`s tombstone for length and quality and variety but only just. They are fabulous live and I saw them a month ago rocking out the City Hall in Newcastle.
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Thunder are the most underrated rock band of all time - in my opinion.. fortunately now they are getting the recognition that they have long deserved with concerts selling out consistently - i attended their Wolverhampton gig on november 21st and was enthralled! As a result we - Matt and I bought their new album Robert Johnson's tombstone and the hairs stood up on our necks - the best yet!! this brings me to Laughing on Judgement day - until now I thought this was their best!! & it will always mean so much - appealing to women as well as men - who love and hurt at times.. Empty City, A better man and my personal favourite - 'Like a satelite' for if you have ever been a good distance apart from someone you love & miss!are the best tracks for me!Dont get me wrong - they are all GOOD! Well worth your investment if you are a rock fan but have a softer side too!
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Thunder - possibly the most under rated rock band of all time. How this band did not make it BIG is a mystery that not even Mulder & Scully could figure out.

Following on from the excellent Backstreet Symphony album, Laughing on Judgement Day is 14 tracks long, and filled with brilliant bluesy rock. Great vocals and musicianship and the album production sound is also top notch.

Someone else has mentioned that it kind of sounds like an upto-date melding of Bad Company & Whitesnake. That's probably the best description you can give to describe the sound.

One of my top 10 albums of all time, give it a few spins as it does take a while to sink to really appreciate it.
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People rave about the debut, but I like this one the best of all Thunder's albums. It's all a bit mid paced, but contains songs of quality, even what might be termed as fillers aren't bad. The best thing about this record, and the thing that elevates it to five stars and what really made Thunder brilliant, is the superb voice of Danny Bowes, showcased in its absolute prime here. He never topped the vocal performance heard here. Frankly one of the best vocal performances on any rock record I've heard, and I've listened to a lot.

Now they're calling it a day (for the second time), they'll be missed, but at least they have a great back catalogue to revisit.
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This is classic Thunder at their blues-rock best, the profusion of crunchy guitar and wailing vocals in the opening track setting the tone for the rest of the album. Danny Bowes' voice is adequately stretched but your mind won't be, as the majority of the lyrics deal with stock relationship issues "Everybody wants her....but she wants me". The only real departure from the norm is "Empty City" which is a little more morose. The rest of the album though is good for a jump around your living room after a few Tenants Super.
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