Forgotten follow-up albums of the early 90s
Posted by: Jason ()
Date: October 02, 2000 08:37AM

Got the idea for the topic from the diamonds in the rough thread:
Trixter: Hear!
Forget the awful teenybopper stuff from the self-titled album and listen to some of the best melodic rock from 1992,,mixing party rock (rockin horse,damn good), AOR (Nobodys a hero, Road of 1000 dreams), and even heavy metal (bloodrock) to create an album that would have been hugre if it had just come out a few years earlier. Lyrically a great album as well.

Babylon AD: Nothings Sacred
Again,,it came out in 1992 so it was ignored by the general public. Their loss,,,NS showed the band going in a bluesier direction, and it paid off for the listeners.

Lita Ford: Dangerous Curves
Even though "shot of poison" was a hit, the album failed to do much, probably because her fans were lamenting the keyboard drenched pop rock of stilleto. However, DC was a tremendous album,,lita never sounded sexier, and the riffs were killer. Just check out "black widow","Holy Man",and "Hellbound train"

Loudness:on the prowl
Ignored by most fans who thought having an American Singer was "selling out",,OTP was a rockin album,,there were great AOR anthems (long distance,love toys) and metal anthems (sleepless nights,down n dirty) that showed a great sleazy snarl.

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Forgotten follow-up albums of the early 90s148 Jason 10/02/2000 08:37AM
RE: Forgotten follow-up albums of the early 90s 110Gav10/02/2000 08:49AM
RE: Forgotten follow-up albums of the early 90s 72 Eric 10/02/2000 09:04AM
RE: Forgotten follow-up albums of the early 90s 95 Francesco 10/02/2000 07:10PM
RE: Forgotten follow-up albums of the early 90s 86 Jason 10/02/2000 11:38PM
RE: Forgotton follow ups THESE!!! definitely 98 derrick dryves 10/03/2000 07:27AM
RE: Forgotton follow ups THESE!!! definitely 85 Steve 10/03/2000 01:32PM


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