they really did have image though
Posted by: sfk kurt ()
Date: August 13, 2001 11:15AM

Capt. Crunch wrote:
>
> Maybe I misread your post. But I think the thing that made
> AOR so great in it's heyday was that it really had no image.
> The great bands of the genre (Journey, Survivor, Styx,
> Foreigner, Touch, REO, Boston, early Bolton) were considered
> "faceless" bands or "corporate rock". Basically, no r

I think all those bands had image. The alt rock elitists dubbed them faceless. But let's face it...one look at Steve Perry or any of the others and you knew they were a rock band.

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SubjectViewsWritten ByPosted
The AOR genre lacking image, concept and attitude. 61 Daniel 08/13/2001 12:59AM
Re: The AOR genre lacking image, concept and attit 56 alex siedler 08/13/2001 01:33AM
Re: Hello ???? 54 britny 08/13/2001 05:35AM
sad but true 50 sfk kurt 08/13/2001 01:41AM
Re: The AOR genre lacking image, concept and attit 55 Rachael 08/13/2001 03:24AM
Hello ???? 51 Ron (H) 08/13/2001 04:17AM
Re: Hello ???? 53 Daniel 08/13/2001 06:04AM
Re: AOR = Image? 43 Capt. Crunch 08/13/2001 07:08AM
they really did have image though48 sfk kurt 08/13/2001 11:15AM
Re: they really did have image though 55 Capt. Crunch 08/13/2001 12:33PM
you answered your own question 54 sfk kurt 08/13/2001 10:05PM
some acts are still larger than life 54 sfk kurt 08/13/2001 11:13AM
It's music's job to alienate the old 59 koogles 08/13/2001 11:43AM


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