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  • CD (26 juillet 1989)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: RCA
  • ASIN : B00008FN93
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9 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Not for "Jefferson Airplane" fans; definitely for AOR fans 6 juillet 2004
Par Brad - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This album was the last album of original material put out by the Starship in their long and varied career. While I was not a fan of most of the old "Jefferson Airplane" stuff from this band, I was a moderate fan of the '80s pop/rock phase of "Starship". While not in my opinion the best of the best of melodic pop/rock, it was mostly very good music that also spawned several big hits. Ironically with this last release that marked the beginning of the end of the band, I feel this band reached its prime in terms of pure melodic rock/AOR on this album. Grace Slick is not on the album, allowing Mickey Thomas and company to pursue a more "anthem rock" direction than ever before. (Note: coming from me, "anthem rock" is not a derogatory term, unlike with snobby music critics and pure alternative rock fans.)
This album reminds me a bit of Survivor's "Vital Signs" album--not that it is quite that good but in that most of the songs sound like they could be quality melodic pop/rock singles. I actually know of four singles on this album, but only one of them became at all known at the time.
"It's Not Enough" was the one top 40 hit (# 12) on this album--a mid-tempo heartfelt sad love song of sorts and vintage Starship. Songs like "The Burn" and "Send A Message" are very catchy and melodic tracks worthy of hit status. "I Didn't Mean To Stay All Night" was a very minor hit that sounds like a slower Def Leppard track from that time--particularly with the melodies and vibe of the chorus. "Wild Again" is a rocking track with a catchy chorus that was also a minor hit and was originally on the "Cocktail" movie sound track. "Blaze Of Love" is further anthemic AOR bliss, and the closing track "I'll Be There" is a great ballad that was also a very minor hit.
The only tracks that get a bit off the mainstream melodic pop/rock singles sound are the title track and "We Dream In Colors", but these are both interesting tracks that add to the flow of the album early in the second half.
If you love melodic rock by such acts as Survivor or enjoyed Richard Marx in his early, somewhat rocking days, you should give this album a listen. Pure AOR bliss from beginning to end.
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I really love Starship. 6 novembre 2001
Par Penny Thoughtful - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I'm actually not sure if it's the import version I've listened to, but...Yes, I love Grace Slick, but the band is good even without her. Mickey Thomas carries the songs with his voice, which bursts with energy and feeling. "Trouble in Mind" and "Wild Again" and "The Burn" are all good songs to sing while banging on things. In a couple of places the album gets sappy, but that happens from time to time. I love this album just as much as I love the others. Yummy Starship!
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Re-review for Cannibals -- this one's pretty great 10 mars 2009
Par Johnny Boy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
If you search through my reviews file, you will see an earlier review I had made of Starship's 1989 album 'Love Among The Cannibals.' On that review, I slammed this album, giving it two stars and I wrote some pretty harsh comments regarding the album. I can now honestly say, I regret that.

I re-listened to 'Cannibals,' and boy was I glad I did. The album is a great album indeed, and it automatically gets five stars in my book. Good album, good material.

In 1988, Grace Slick left Starship. Many people felt that after Slick's departure, the group should disband. But they didn't. Vocalist Mickey Thomas, guitarist Craig Chaquico, and drummer Donny Baldwin persevered and ventured on as Starship, and the result was their least poppy album.

None of this album, for the most part, is pop rock. Starship by this point was a hair metal band. In fact, much of 'Cannibals' will remind one of Def Leppard.

How could you not think of Def Leppard after hearing 'I Didn't Mean To Stay All Night'? A great song on a great record. Listen to Chaquico and Thomas' composition 'I'll Be There' and you are automatically thinking of the great power ballads of the decade.

'Wild Again,' similar to their 1987 #1 hit, was featured in a movie. The song was featured in the 1989 film 'Cocktail,' starring Tom Cruise, and the band had a small hit with the song. The song is pretty poppy compared to the rest of the album, but it's still not bad at all. One of my favorite Starship songs, actually.

Mickey Thomas has stated that 'Cannibals' is his favorite album. It's not hard to see why. The band delivers here, no doubt. Do yourself a favor. Don't make the same mistake I originally did. Don't put this album down just because Grace Slick's name isn't the credits. Listen to it. Trust me, take my word for it, you'll be glad you did.

Recommended for anybody who likes great hair metal!

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"It's Not Enough"--But It's OK 27 décembre 2009
Par Gregor von Kallahann - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
In a way I feel kinda sorry for Mickey Thomas. I mean, he probably thinks, "Hey, I've got more notes than Marty Balin or Grace Slick COMBINED!! Why wasn't *I* the star?" And, you know, he'd have a point. What he didn't have, however, was a lot of personality. Mick's was pretty much a standard issue arena rock voice, but it was never especially distinctive. I remember learning, well after Thomas had hooked up with Jefferson Starship, that his was the voice on the Elvin Bishop hit "Fooled Around And Fell In Love." I said, "Oh, yeah! I can hear that, now that you mention it." But if he was a truly distinctive singer (which is half the battle--in ALL genres of popular music), then I guess I would have heard that clearly the instant I first heard "Jane." Mickey was something of a journeyman--and come to think of it, if Steve Perry hadn't already had the gig, JOURNEY would have been the ideal band for him.

LOVE AMONG THE CANNIBALS is not, IMHO, the utter disaster that many other Airplane/JEFFERSON Starship fans dismiss it as. It's actually very competent AOR, and fans of that genre are probably missing out if they haven't picked up on it at some point in the twenty some years since its unheralded release. Me, well, I'm not that much of an AOR fan. I did wait til I could buy it dirt cheap, but I'm completist enough that I had to have it. It's sort of like being a Velvet Underground fan and feeling compelled to pick up on the Reed-less, Cale-less SQUEEZE, even though you know not to expect much.

I always thought the post-Kantner Starship was a pretty good pop band--with Grace on board to bring a slightly subversive, somewhat quirky element. Once she left for good, you had to know what we were in for: competent pop sans any trace of quirk. The most interesting tracks here are the title track--co-written by Mick and very likely directed (NEGATIVELY) at Slick and Kantner--and this band's sop to the social-consciousness of their forebears in the form of the anthemic "We Dream In Color." Lyrically, the tune evokes both Hendrix and U2: musically, it doesn't quite approach the level of either of those acts.

Before her actual departure from Starship, I recall reading an interview with Slick in which she revealed a certain fascination for the hitmaking process overall. The only real hit song SHE had ever penned was "White Rabbit," and that she conceded was something of a fluke. She didn't feel that she really understood the process of crafting a hit single and had developed a vaguely perverse kind of admiration for those songwriters who could churn 'em out. By extension, she probably kinda sorta admired her own latterday band too. They had something going for 'em commercially--and in the Age of Reagan, that counted for something.

LOVE AMONG THE CANNIBALS would probably have had to be a HUGE hit for the Grace-less Starship to continue to thrive. It did yield a modest hit in "It's Not Enough," which sounds enough like their previous work that you kind of EXPECT to hear Grace's distinctive hiss in the background and are likely to be disappointed when you don't. The album did crack the HOT 100, but it was not the stellar success it probably needed to be. The band might have struggled on thereafter, but there was that ugliness between Mickey Thomas and Donny Baldwin (that led to facial reconstruction for the former) and some other setbacks. That was pretty much the end of the Starship enterprise, although confusingly enough, Kantner still performs with Balin et al. under the JEFFERSON Starship name and, at least until recently, Thomas has been touring with a banned billed as Starship featuring Mickey Thomas. I nearly went to see 'em at a county fair a few years ago, but something came up.

It's all too bad in a way. This record has a few tracks on it that were promising. Here and there, Thomas showed an emerging distinctive rasp. It gave his vocals a bit of character. A little gravel amid all those high notes couldn't hurt.
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Starship Minus Grace Slick 17 juin 2013
Par susumu-5 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Late 80s is the time when the quality of the album and the sales had not been corresponding well. Starship's album in 1989 is no exception. Although this album lacks Grace Slick the band member since the Jafferson Airplane days, that didn't deter the band leader Mickey Thomas from pursuing the gist of melodic rock. It surely has some catchy tracks just like previous works such as BLAZE OF LOVE, IT'S NOT ENOUGH, BURN and Def Leppard styled I DIDN'T MEAN TO STAY ALL NIGHT but other tracks show the band's mature and refined side. Particularly WE DREAM IN COLOR can be the culmination of the band's whole career.

Unfortunatlely this album turned out to be the last original album by the band Starship and marks the end of great days of arena rock. Mickey Thomas fans would have to wait until Mickey Thomas made his first solo project Over the Edge and recent solo work Marauder.

Verdict: Underrated Gem
Rating: 92 out of 100
Recommended for: Mickey Thomas fans, Starship fans and some of TOTO, Richard Marx, Bryan Adams, Survivor, and Mr. Mister fans.
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