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  • CD (31 mai 2005)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B0009E323E
  • Autres versions : CD
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (2 commentaires client)
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1. Rock N Roll Girl
2. I Don't Fit In
3. Different Kind Of Girl
4. Don't Wait Up For Me
5. You Won't Be Happy
6. Walking Out On Love
7. Work-a-day-world
8. U.s.a.
9. Let Me Into Your Life
10. Working Too Hard
11. You And I
12. Look But Don't Touch
13. There She Goes [*]
14. That's What Life Is All About
15. Dreaming
16. On The Highway
17. Will You Listen
18. Crying Won't Help
19. Kids Are The Same
20. Trapped
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2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par M. Patrick Fabre le 19 mai 2009
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Par eric feydri le 18 avril 2015
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j ai choisi Paul Collins parce que j aime ca musique et la le cd ai arriver dans les temp et en parfait état excellent
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Power pop classic and its good, but less classic follow-up 14 août 2005
Par hyperbolium - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Coming from the same L.A. milieu that launched Peter Case into The Plimsouls, Collins left their shared band (The Nerves, together with Jack Lee) to form The Beat, rechristened Paul Collins' Beat after The (English) Beat broke onto these shores. Their first album, simply titled "The Beat" is a bona fide 1979 power pop classic, matching the electricity of contemporaneous releases by The Records ("Shades in Bed") and Bram Tchaikovsky ("Strange Man, Changed Man") and the following year's debut by The Plimsouls ("Zero Hour").

Collins wrote the sort of post-teen angst-ridden love songs that defined the genre, and the band cranked out their harmony-laden guitar rock with terrific verve, punctuated by Michael Ruiz's punchy, up-in-the-mix drumming and Larry Whitman's guitar solos. Legendary engineer/producer Bruce Botnick (The Doors, Love) captured the simplicity of the band's four-piece energy with just the touch of polish needed to frame this as a studio recording, but without losing the underlying power of their DIY edge.

1982's follow-up, "The Kids Are the Same" features another good batch of Collins originals, but the band and their producer crafted a more produced mainstream sound. The added reverb is distracting and blunts the punch heard on the straightforward debut. Highpoints include the hard-rocking "Will You Listen," the power ballad "Met Her Yesterday," and the rambunctious teen anthem "The Kids Are the Same." The Beat: 5 stars. The Kids are The Same: 3-3/4 stars. [©2005 hyperbolium dot com]
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The Beat is Back! 2 juin 2005
Par Tim Brough - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The Beat (or Paul Collins' Beat, the moniker they eventually took on to avoid confusion with The English Beat, and in the UK, this album was called "The American Beat" for the same reasons) cut thier gem of a debut album in 1979, when it seemed every band in Los Angeles with a skinny tie and a jangle guitar got a deal. And like many of them, they got swept away in the backlash that formed around The Knack. Collin's fate was undeserved, because this album just bristles with energy and pop smarts.

There are a couple undiscovered classics here. "I Don't Fit In" captures the angst of an outsider looking in with British Invasion snap, and "Don't Wait Up For Me," the second single, was the kind of great rock and roll that made new wave such a blast. The catchy "Rock and Roll Girl" also generated some radio attention. Oddly enough, what has probably become the CD's most-heard song wasn't even on the original album. "There She Goes" was used for the movie "Caddyshack," and just as great as any of the album's original dozen selections.

Producer Bruce Botnik also understood The Beat perfectly, keeping the sound minimal and raw, perfect for loud playing. But, after almost 3 years, Paul Collins' Beat had both their name and sound homogenized. They now had more in common with the likes of Eddie Money than their smart pop of the first album, and the similarity between "The Kids Are The Same" and Bryan Adams' "The Kids Wanna Rock" is kind of sad. Another case of corporate record company takes another promising band and blands them out before dismissing them....

I'll still keep the review of this Paul Collins' CD to four stars, if only because the debut is still killer. If you miss the fun period of early eighties power pop (Dwight Twilley, Shoes, Producers, Knack, Motels, etc), this combo CD by The Beat is worth the bucks.
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Jangly guitar heaven! 17 août 2007
Par Mike F. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I won't add much to the previous reviews except to say that this just flat-out rocks! There are so many great songs and it's great to have the first two albums on one CD. If I had a band, I'd want it to sound just like this.
This is the Power Pop Classic 15 février 2015
Par Electric Banana Joe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
These simple, say-it-in-3-minutes rock-n-roll songs will live on forever, like Buddy Holly & Eddie Cochran songs. Nobody today can so perfectly express feelings of teen anxiety ("I really want to talk, but what can I say?" "Should I dress up, or do I dress down?" "I don't want to be told when to go home") like Paul Collins can. Nobody today can create a chorus that merely repeats the song title ("I Don't Fit In." "You Won't Be Happy," "Walking Out On Love," "Let Me Into Your Life," "Dreaming," "The Kids Are The Same") over & over yet is so catchy & instantly memorable like Paul Collins can.

You could own nothing but these 2 albums & truthfully boast that you have a great record collection. 5 stars for The Beat, 4.5 stars for The Kids Are The Same.

PS - Catch Paul Collins Beat when he comes to your town. They play small clubs, keep the cost of admission more than reasonable, always put on a good show & make sure everybody has fun.
It's hard to beat this combo of the first and second albums plus two bonus tracks. 22 juillet 2015
Par Wayne Klein - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
The Beat's first two albums arrived on CD from Wounded Bird back in 2005. This is probably going to be the definitive releases for the band's first and second album. The remasters released by Culture a Factory unfortunately have brickwalled these releases and boosted the sound so much you can't turn it up much to listen to it.

The sound is pretty good for both albums and we get a soundtrack song as a bonus track as well as a b-side to a single. As with all a Wounded Bird releases there aren't any notes on the making of the albums just a bare bones presentation with credits for the album.

The first album is a stone cold classic and the second is just a hair lower in quality and worthwhile.

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