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 look at Steve Perry or any of the others and you knew they were a rock band.

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The AOR genre lacking image, concept and attitude. 127 Daniel 08/13/2001 12:59AM
Re: The AOR genre lacking image, concept and attit 101 alex siedler 08/13/2001 01:33AM
Re: Hello ???? 127 britny 08/13/2001 05:35AM
sad but true 105 sfk kurt 08/13/2001 01:41AM
Re: The AOR genre lacking image, concept and attit 129 Rachael 08/13/2001 03:24AM
Hello ???? 92 Ron (H) 08/13/2001 04:17AM
Re: Hello ???? 105 Daniel 08/13/2001 06:04AM
Re: AOR = Image? 84 Capt. Crunch 08/13/2001 07:08AM
they really did have image though100 sfk kurt 08/13/2001 11:15AM
Re: they really did have image though 103 Capt. Crunch 08/13/2001 12:33PM
you answered your own question 111 sfk kurt 08/13/2001 10:05PM
some acts are still larger than life 98 sfk kurt 08/13/2001 11:13AM
It's music's job to alienate the old 114 koogles 08/13/2001 11:43AM

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