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Tag Archive | "1990"

Warrant – Cherry Pie

Released in September 1990 as the lead single from the album of the same name. The song became a Top Ten hit on the Billboard Hot 100, reaching number 10 and also reached number 19 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks. In 2009, “Cherry Pie” was named the 56th best hard rock song of all time by VH1.

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Lynch Mob - River Of Love

Lynch Mob – River Of Love

Lynch Mob - River Of Love

From the band’s first album “Wicked Sensation” that reached gold status in the United States. This was George Lynch’s first release since leaving Dokken. “River Of Love” reached #19 on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock chart. Lynch Mob was formed in 1989 and the original line-up also features Dokken’s drummer, Mick Brown.

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Cinderella - Heartbreak Station

Cinderella – Heartbreak Station

Cinderella - Heartbreak Station

Official video from the band’s same titled third studio album. The album hit #19 in the US and went platinum for shipping a million albums there the same year. As a single “Heartbreak Station” it peaked at #44 on the Hot 100. Although Cinderella presented some differences in their musical style in this album “Heartbreak Station” is an amazing ballad very characteristic of the late 80s/early 90s Hair Metal sound.

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Jagged Edge - Live at the Town and Country Club 1990

Jagged Edge – Live at the Town and Country Club 1990

Jagged Edge - Live at the Town and Country Club 1990

Jagged Edge – Live at the Town and Country Club in London 1990

Setlist
01. All Thru The Night 00:00
02. You Don’t Love Me 03:37
03. Don’t Force Your Love On Me 08:01
04. Law Of The Land 11:18
05. Crash And Burn 16:00
06. Out In The Cold 19:33
07. Sucker For Your Love 22:34
08. Trouble 26:00

Line Up
Matti Alfonzetti: Vocals
Myke Gray: Guitar
Andy Robbins: Bass
Fabio Del Rio: Drums

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Alias - Waiting For Love

Alias – Waiting For Love

Alias - Waiting For Love

Canadian Hair Metal supergroup, formed in 1988 in Toronto by vocalist Freddy Curci and guitarist Steve DeMarchi of the Canadian arena rock band Sheriff, along with Heart founding members Roger Fisher, Steve Fossen, and Mike DeRosier.

Alias released its self-titled debut album in 1990 which went gold in the US and platinum in Canada, scoring hits with the power ballad “More Than Words Can Say” (#1 Canada, #2 U.S.) and “Haunted Heart” (#18 on Mainstream Rock Charts).

The single for “Waiting For Love” released in 1990 by EMI in the US, UK and Europe and by Capitol in Canada peaked at #4 (Canada), #13 (US Hot 100 Billboard) and #87 in the UK

Lyrics
I look ok but I’m not myself, standing by the phone
Darling I’ve been wondering how I’m gonna let you go

You made me build you a perfect world, to keep you satisfied
But now you’re just a broken dream, and when I get back my pride

You’ll still be waiting for love
You’ll still be waiting for the sun to rise,
In the middle of the night
You’ll still be waiting for love
I know you’ll be waiting when that train passes by
You’ll still be waiting for love

Like a dream there’s a lucky feeling, coming from my soul
Girl I guess I learned the truth
That you already know (Oh oh oh)

Took me a while to realize, it’s a dark and lonely town
And you’ll know where you’ll find yourself,
when the wall comes
Tumbling down

You’ll still be waiting for love
You’ll still be waiting for the sun to shine,
In the middle of the night
You’ll still be waiting for love
I know you’ll be waiting when that train passes by
You’ll still be waiting for love

I lost my heart, I lost my mind
But it really doesn’t matter
I’m gonna leave my tears behind
And you’ll still be waiting

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Tesla - Signs

Tesla – Signs

Tesla - Signs

“Signs” is originally a song by the Canadian group Five Man Electrical Band and was first released in 1970.

Covered and recorded live by Tesla for their Five Man Acoustical Jam album in 1990, peaking at number 8 on the Pop charts. This cover had some minor changes to the lyrics: the line “blockin’ out the scenery” was changed to “f****’ up the scenery,” and “made up my own little sign” was changed to “made up my own f****’ sign”. A studio version recorded in 2007 used the original lyrics.

Tesla’s Five Man Acoustical Jam, may not have been the first band to try the unplugged thing, but Tesla were the one’s that made the unplugged performance the popular trend that it was in the early nineties. After Five Man Acoustical Jam, a lot of artists starting releasing cds from MTV Unplugged appearances. Springsteen and Nirvana, to just name a few.

Tesla’s Five Man Acoustical Jam is not your typical live album. With this cd you can tell everybody’s having a good time. The band and the fans are really enjoying themselves, not taking things to seriously. The intimacy of the performance is great. Many highlights from Tesla’s first two albums and great oldies covers make this a great cd.

Tesla turns Five Man Electrical Band’s “Signs” into their own song. What a great rendition. Other covers Tesla performs include Truckin’ and Lodi. The Five Man Acoustical Jam really shows off the talents of Tesla and is an excellent and rewarding album.

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Zar - Heart Of The Night

Zar – Heart Of The Night

Zar - Heart Of The Night

Opening track from the album “Live Your Life Forever” released by Hurricane Records in 1990. This album has delightful hints of AOR and a crisp of melodic rock, all in a wonderfully played and executed package.
Zar’s vocalist on this album is John Lawton known in the 1970s as the singer of Lucifer’s Friend. Through the years Lawton was involved in several projects including Les Humphries Singers in the early 1970s and Gunhill in the mid 1990s. He also recorded three albums with Uriah Heep: Firefly (1977), Innocent Victim (1977) and Fallen Angel (1978)

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Jillson - Deadly Girl

Jillson – Deadly Girl

Jillson - Deadly Girl

Jillson originated from Nevada and are better known for multi-instrumentalist Don Jillson (aka Tommy Paris) later replacing “Dizzy” Dean Davidson on vocals with BRITNY FOX, & recording 2 albums to date with them (“Bite Down hard” & “Springhead Motorshark”). He remained as BRITNY FOX’s vocalist until he was replaced by Jamie Fletcher in 2008 with that act splitting up shortly thereafter.

JILLSON originally released a 4-track EP in 1986 featuring the tracks: “Take it All The Way”, “InTouch”, “Use Me”, & “The End” (with only a re-recorded version of “The End” appearing as a bonus track on the Retrospect reissue of JILLSON’s lone LP from 1990 titled, “Deadly Girl”). The lineup on that EP only featured 2 members: Don Jillson (v/b/g/d/k) & Scott Evans (g). It’s unclear if there were any other lineups before or after that EP, but Don would put together a lineup featuring: Terry Ripley (g), Jamie Warren Borden (d) (ex-STRANGER, ex-DIVINE JUDGEMENT, ex-J.J.T. + others), & Dale Borden (b/k).

They would record the “Deadly Girl” LP in 1990 with the Retrospect reissue including 3 bonus tracks that were recorded shortly after the album (likely in 1990 as well). Don Jillson would join BRITNY FOX afterwards as well as DIVINE JUDGEMENT with Jamie Warren Borden, & would more recently tour with the Classic Rock act COUNT’S 77 that features Danny “Count” Koker on vocals from the television series “Counting Cars” (it’s unclear if Don Jillson is currently with that group or not).

Don would also record material once again with Jamie Warren Borden & guitarist Jimmy Crespo (ex-AEROSMITH, ex-ADAM BOMB, ex-ROUGH CUTT, ex-FLAME, Solo) with material more recently being unearthed by Retrospect Records as well. The JILLSON sound was criminally underrated Melodic Rock with AOR/HM/Glam tendencies best comparable to “Bite Down Hard”-era BRITNY FOX as well as some of the bands mentioned above & also acts such as REO SPEEDWAGON & CHICAGO during their lighter moments 90s indicated by Retrospect Records). Don Jillson also recorded a Solo LP under the “Tommy Paris” moniker in 2002 that was more along the lines of modernized garbage.

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