Bands that SHOULDN'T have come back
Posted by: koogles ()
Date: December 01, 2000 12:55AM

I hate slagging bands for making a comeback (after all, it shows they're trying and refusing to give themselves up for dead) but sometimes a comeback tarnishes the legacy a band has strived to achieve after years of hard work and great albums. 707 is a perfect example. A top-flight (no pun intended) AOR outfit from the early '80s with some definite starpower in Kevin Chalfant. Until... fast forward to 2000 and they release a CD that ruins their good standing among the melodic rock faithful. ANGEL is another example of a band that had a fall from grace. Their "In the Beginning" had the worst MHR album of 2000 slot sown up until 707 crash landed in my CD player last week. VAN HALEN single-albumly threw their perfect track record into the dumper with "3". (However, it wasn't a comeback per se.) Another example of a very misguided comeback was LOVERBOY's "VI" abomination. Having been a long-time fan of that band, I would have rather heard NOTHING from them than that sorry-ass waste of studio time. Does anyone else have more of rock's "most embarrassing comebacks"????


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New 707 might be one to avoid 213 koogles 11/30/2000 10:32AM
RE: New 707 might be one to avoid 128 exnewyorker 11/30/2000 10:58PM
Bands that SHOULDN'T have come back121 koogles 12/01/2000 12:55AM
RE: New 707 might be one to avoid 175 marty s 12/02/2000 01:05AM
RE: New 707 might be one to avoid 112 koogles 12/02/2000 08:09AM

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