RE: Europe/ Joey Tempest
Posted by: John Q ()
Date: June 17, 2000 02:50PM

My fave Europe albums are 'Wings Of Tomorrow' and 'Europe'. 'The Final Countdown' has some cool songs but the production is way too wimpy and keyboard-heavy. No wonder Norum left in disgust - his guitars are nowhere near as prominent as they should be.

As for Joey Tempest - never heard his second solo album, but 'A Place To Call Home' is great. Very well written pop/rock not a million miles away from Bon Jovi land but somehow a lot more classy.

I don't doubt there will be a 'real' Europe reunion anytime soon. I think Joey is in a different space now musically and he doesn't need the money either. As much as I love(d) the band - I don't see why every last band on earth HAS to get back together. The magic of 15, 20 years ago can never be dublicated anyway and most reunions happen for money and the results are mostly second-rate (the new Maiden is a only the latest example).



SubjectViewsWritten ByPosted
Europe/ Joey Tempest 287 Alex siedler 06/17/2000 06:54AM
RE: Europe/ Joey Tempest 188 Richard Stewart 06/17/2000 11:18AM
RE: Europe/ Joey Tempest183John Q06/17/2000 02:50PM
RE: Europe/ Joey Tempest 172Gav06/17/2000 08:16PM
RE: Europe/ Joey Tempest 213 Rammy 06/18/2000 01:23AM
RE: Europe/ Joey Tempest 155Surfpunk06/18/2000 06:55PM
RE: Europe/ Joey Tempest 160Steve, Denmark06/20/2000 08:54PM
RE: Europe/ Joey Tempest 187 Rammy 06/20/2000 08:58PM
I`d say dark not "cheap" 189 chris 06/28/2000 05:14AM


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