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  • CD (28 mai 1991)
  • Date de sortie d'origine: 25 juillet 1991
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Geffen Records
  • ASIN : B000008H6F
  • Autres éditions : Cassette  |  Album vinyle
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Back 4 More 26 mai 2009
Par Markus Pacal - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
So Junkyard's debut disc didn't go platinum. So what! And they didn't become rock-stars. Who cares?! Another hard-luck story? Kind-of. But what really counts is what these guys laid down in the studio that will last forever. And this album is awesome. In fact, I think it's even better than their 1st. No fluff. No filler. Just straight-up, blues driven', good time bar-room rock. Lotsa sleaze. Lots of snarl. A touch of anger. And a heart of gold. All ten tracks are incredible. You just can't turn that knob far enough or get it loud enough. From "Back on the Streets" all the way through to "Lost in the City," Junkyard deliver in spades. Great band. Great look & logo. Great songs. Just never quite reached the masses. No bother. All fans of this type of music will love this disc. Be it Rhino Bucket, Circus of Power, The Four Horsemen, The Black Crowes, etc., if the bands I listed above "do it" for you, then so will Junkyard & this record. Don't just download it. Get out there & buy it. You need a hard copy in your hot little hand. You know you do!
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One of the great bar bands 29 avril 2004
Par 80zrocker - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The early '90s were filled with great bar bands. Some called them hair bands, some were glam bands, but one thing was for sure - you and your buddies were in for a great Saturday night when you could hear real live bands, drink real beer, and just rock. Heavy on the guitar, catchy riffs and lines, this albu is heavy on the good times. I finally grew up and bought a house three years ago. In the move I misplaced this album, and I've missed it for three years. I rediscovered it in a box down in the basement. In 5 minutes I ripped it to my PC and the whole house was rockin'. 'All the time in the world,' 'Nowhere to go but down' and 'Misery loves company' are the standouts on this album. If you cut your teeth on '80s and '90s pre-Nirvana music, do yourself a favor and pick this one up. Otherwise remember, "misery loves company, but don't drag me down with you."
Simplistic and obscure hair metal 23 janvier 2015
Par Average Joe 51373.1 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Lots of bands came and went in the late 80's/early 90's, and this was one of the better ones. Put most of the elements that made Lynyrd Skynyrd great and mix that with a lot of Motley Crue and just a dash of ZZ Top, and you will have Junkyard. This was the follow up to their lukewarm successful debut. Features the single 'All the time in the world' and other blues based chunky rockers like 'Back on the Streets', 'Give the devil his due' and 'Misery loves company'. They also get a little message oriented with 'Throw it all away', and then there's ravers like 'Lost in the city' and a sarcastic ballad called 'Clean the dirt', a song most people will be able to relate too, regardless of gender. If you love 80's hair metal, this is for you. Otherwise, go buy 'The Backstreet boys'.
Rock of Ages 5 février 2013
Par Kim I Am - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Wow!! This brought back such memories.(Some good, some bad!) Most people don't even know who this band is and I think they are totally missing out. When I play this, it has to be cranked to the max. When I had this it was a cassette tape. I have managed to do better for myself with a CD. Great band! They really know how to rock.
Great CD more people should have!! 27 juin 2011
Par Rocker - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
An excellent CD that any rock fan would like. The songs are fun at times, then they slow down and make you think. Highly recommended, I bought this on a whim and do not regret it at all.
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