Discussion in 'The Music Barter' started by Willy6, Jul 15, 2016.
anyone have a cd of this album?
Also known as the Angels
ya got that...anything angel city/angels is great!
Definitely one of my favourite hard rock albums ever! Right up there with AC/DC TNT.
I caught them live one New Year's Eve at New Zealand's Mt Maunganui. An absolute riot!
Sadly, we lost frontman DOC NEESON a few year back, but this album will rock-on forever.
Readily available on CD in this part of the world. Perhaps check EBAY or DISCOGS.
This is how the cover looks Down Under. Same great album.
Possibly my most played album, specially when there's no-one else around and I can let rip with the volume.
Best Aussie hard rocking band ever..I saw them live a few times back then. You can keep your Acca Dacca and Midnight Oil..pretenders.
Sometimes I wonder where I got my tinnitus.
Wow thanks for the memories ! Absolutely loved Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again.
I used to work nights operating ICL mainframe systems back in mid Eighties and it was just when 24 hour TV broadcasting was a new thing in the UK. There were plenty of music channels available and one in particular always had this kind of stuff on.
We had the tv on a table in the corner of the machine room and used to jive around the aisles of CPU cabinets, line printers and tape drives bopping away to this track at 4 AM
I have this album on vinyl which I got when it first came out. I haven't spun it in forever,perhaps I'll throw it on the table tomorrow.
It's like The Rolling Stones blended with The Vapors.
While The Angels were wonderfully powerful and had some excellent numbers, the DeeCees still nose 'em out for (IMO) most powerful, both in terms of playing and songcraft, Hard Rock act ever from down under. But I dig The Angels and am listening to an unofficial live (1986) concert @ this very moment. This thing sizzles.
I wish I had an extra copy of the album (ie, Dark Room) that the OP is seeking, it is damned good stuff.
Thanks for the link I remember hearing the first song on the radio. Listening to it before I head off to work.
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