RE: Baton Rouge, Lynch Mob, Alias
Posted by: koogles ()
Date: January 08, 2001 11:38PM

I personally think the Baton Rouge is a decent CD... especially for the Winger-esque "Slave to the Rhythm" and "Full Time Body", as well as the standout "Price of Love". Production is good, songs are there.... as long as you're not paying too much, I'd say buy it!

Alias is a classic that I could praise from now until next Christmas. Freddy Curci's finest hour and an absolute AOR gem from start to finish. From the radio hits "More Than Words Can Say" and "Waiting For Love" (which are seminal AOR ballads) to the high-gloss melodic hard rockers "True Emotion", "The Power", "Haunted Heart" and "One More Chance", Freddy's voice never falters. If you like Styx, Journey and Signal, you'll have no problem appreciating this CD!

I'm not a particularily big Lynch Mob fan, so I'll leave the critique to someone else. I personally wouldn't... but that's just because I always liked Dokken and any of their band-related projects after their brilliant 1988 "Back For the Attack" has, IMO, fallen short.

Hope that helps!

koogles

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Baton Rouge, Lynch Mob, Alias 109Bob01/08/2001 11:10PM
RE: Baton Rouge, Lynch Mob, Alias83 koogles 01/08/2001 11:38PM
RE: Baton Rouge, Lynch Mob, Alias 78 Billy Carri 01/09/2001 12:07AM
Lynch Mob 92 -Rob 01/09/2001 05:56AM
RE: Lynch Mob 79 Andrea 01/10/2001 12:55AM
RE: Baton Rouge, Lynch Mob, Alias 76 Kieran 01/10/2001 10:14AM
RE: Lynch Mob 85John Q01/10/2001 11:22AM
RE: Lynch Mob 81 DantheCDman 01/10/2001 12:16PM
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