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20th Century Masters: the Millennium Collection: Best of Kingdom Come Import

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  • CD (10 février 2003)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Polydor
  • ASIN : B00008NGHH
  • Autres éditions : Téléchargement MP3
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1. Living out of touch
2. What love can be
3. Get it on
4. Pushin hard
5. Do you like it
6. Who do you love
7. Gotta go (can't wage a war)
8. Overrated
9. I've been trying
10. Should I
11. You're not the only... I know

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Par Nicohard le 16 octobre 2013
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Connu grace à un clip youtube "do you like it" datant de la fin des 80' ....j'ai immédiatement commandé ce best of pour même pas 2 € sur Amazon !
Que dire a part un son parfait , celui qu'on aime tant , bref celui des 80' . Du bon hard rock avec un bon chanteur et tous les codes inhérant au style.

Un coté Robert Plant mais juste dans le chant car les compos sont bien hard 80' , le hair metal pas celui d'AC/DC .

Je ne peut que vous recommander ce disque qui fait honneur à la période la plus glorieuse du groupe ! perfect
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Gratifying compilation 25 novembre 2003
Par sauerkraut - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This compilation, released in 2003, is made up of 11 songs that are taken from Kingdom Come's first three albums. The track listing is in chronological order. "Living Out of Touch," "What Love Can Be," "Get It On," and "Pushin' Hard" come from their self-titled debut album from 1988. "Do You Like It," "Who Do You Love," "Gotta Go (Can't Wage a War)," and "Overrated" are taken from 1989's In Your Face. "I've Been Trying," "Should I," and "You're Not the Only...I Know" come from Hands of Time (1991). I find all of the compositions to be satisfying. The material is in a straight-ahead hard rock musical direction. Altogether, the songwriting is good, the musicianship is tight, and the sound quality is gratifying. I like Lenny Wolf's vocals. I also enjoy the guitar work throughout--there are some catchy riffs (this is manifest on "Living Out of Touch" and "Do You Like It," for example). My favorite cuts are "What Love Can Be," "Get It On," "Who Do You Love," "Gotta Go (Can't Wage a War)," and "Should I." The nice, memorable power ballad "What Love Can Be" exhibits pleasing, industrious singing from Wolf. The unforgettable "Get It On" sports a cool drum intro and infectious rhythm guitar playing. "Who Do You Love" displays pleasing guitar and keyboard work. "Gotta Go (Can't Wage a War)" has an attractive chorus, and "Should I" features engaging rhythm guitar playing, a taut, driving bass guitar line, a pleasant refrain, and smooth keyboard playing. The disc is just over 50 minutes. Even though the song lyrics are not included in the CD packaging, there is an informative essay of the band. This is a satisfying compilation.
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Par W. Malone - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This album is a good introduction to Kingdom Come. I think there should have been more songs on this one. Examples are "Loving You"(this was also released as a single/video),"Shout It Out", "Highway 6" "Perfect O" "You'll Never Know" "Both Of Us" and "Stay". Maybe throw in some live tracks,b-sides and a few demos and you would have a double album that fans would buy. The record company should know that fans are the ones buying this album and not anyone new wanting to check it out(sad but true) so why not go ahead and make it right the first time.

The bottom line is this is a good introduction to Kingdom Come. It features all the band's hits and most of their singles including "Get It On" and "What Love Can Be," two of the band's essential songs. I just wanted it to be longer and at least put on their other single "Loving You" and maybe "Highway 6" as they would have fit on this cd.
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Heavy Zep Influenced Band Has Its Moments 10 avril 2004
Par Bill Appel - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Lenny Wolf has to be the best Robert Plant voice-style clone singer that I have ever heard (Randy Jackson of the great Zebra comes very close) and with that gift has driven Kingdom Come to pound out some decent metal to sound like the mighty Zep. Why not? With a formula geared towards Zeppelin, the greatest metal band of all time, you can't go wrong.
The problem is for one, that you will never in all probability be even in the same league as the Zep, and secondly, because you will not be, you will be labeled a Zep rip off band. True to a degree with Kingdom Come. Yes, Wolf is superb as a Plant-Zep influenced singer and pulls off some talented, energizing interest in songs such as "Living Out Of Touch", "Pushin Hard", "Get It On" (I like the clever "Kashmir" rhythm in this one) and the excellent, "Since I've Been Loving You"-like, power ballad "What Love Can Be" superbly showcasing Wolf's Plant-style versatility. However, the overall songwriting is made up of mainly unsustaining, contriving, formula commercial-friendly tracks that may sound good a few times but then fades in interest and freshness as it lacks that special creativity for successful staying power. Secondly, Wolf's vocals drives this group nicely but that's it really. For one, there is an overall lack of identity in that special interplay of the guitar with the vocal that was the main ingredient that made the mighty Zep rule.
Now, it is unfair to compare any band to Zeppelin. They had it all from songwriting, musicianship, creativity, showmanship and that special heavy metal charisma. The fact that Kingdom Come assimilated their given talents and love in combining a heavy Zep influence is a feat in itself for any band to make it with the huge shadow of the great Zep always lurking. Unfortunately, most times any success in going against the "real" thing, and Kingdom Come did have some measureable success in the late 80's, is short lived.
Still some good music and talent here - worth a listen or two, maybe three..........
The Best of Kingdom Come album review 28 octobre 2014
Par Greg Griffith - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Yeah, Kingdom Come were a bit too enamored with Led Zeppelin on their first album, and their career didn't last much longer after that, but at the very least they were one of the very examples of what was storming the rock charts back in 1987-1988. Zep-styled riffs and that sorta watered-down boogie-guitar swagger were everywhere, and Kingdom Come were just one of the many bands getting loads and loads of criticism from purists. Oddly, though, the kids (for a short time) loved it, and the records sold enough to convince those at Polydor to release this collection of some of their more well-known tunes. Obviously, it's not a collection that's gonna be picked up for its artistic integrity ("Get It On" sounds like a half-baked "Kashmir"), but it's probably fair to say that Kingdom Come really wasn't too concerned with "art." This collection works because it's a fairly good snapshot of the kind of rock that very, very briefly made quite an impact in the late '80s. If acid-washed jeans and big hair were your thing, then this collection was tailor-made.
Excited all over again! 9 février 2011
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
As the title for my review states, this band got my excited with it's 80's rock sound that I grew up with. I was listening to XM's Hair Nation and this was this first time I heard them, I almost thought it was Led Zeppelin at first and had to look twice, lead singer has similar sound and vocal range as Robert Plant.
This band has a really good straight up rock sound, I got home and ordered the MP3 album right off the bat. Good to see there is some fine rock still out there.
FYI: Black Eyed Peas, worst superbowl show ever, LOL, had to put that in there.
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