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  • CD (27 mai 2003)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00008L3ZO
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Par DUNCANIDAHO TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 18 septembre 2010
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Alors on boude , personne pour critiquer le deuxième album de Damn Yankees ?
Petit retour en arrière : Ted Nugent et Tommy Shaw (Styx) : guitares et chants, Jack Blades (Nightranger) chant et basse, Michael Cartelone batterie.
Premier album diablement réussi, un savant mélange de hard rock péchu, un soupçon de rock sudiste, un peu de mélodie calibrées FM mais pas trop et de jolis duels de guitares entre Gonzo et Tommy Shaw.
Bien qu'inférieur au premier opus, ce "Don't Tread" n'est pas mal du tout, un petit peu moins hard et un petit peu plus FM peut être mais rien de scandaleux.
De très bonnes compos "Dirty Dog" "Double Coyotte" et "Don't Tread On Me", une production encore signé Ron Nevison (Led Zep, UFO, Bad C°) à la hauteur de l'évènement et une joie de jouer toujours intacte chez nos quatre lascars.
Si vous avez aimé le premier ce deuxième album ne devrait pas vous décevoir.
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HASH(0x97c0f2e8) étoiles sur 5 Fun Party Rock N' Roll!! 16 mars 2004
Par David Girod - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
You know when you listen to an album and can just tell the band who made it was having a blast playing the songs. Don't Tread is like that. You can just hear Damn Yankees having a blast recording this disc, and the songs and spirit of the album reflect that. This disc reminds me alot of the first couple Van Halen albums. You just want to put this disc on when you are in the mood for good guitar rock. Most of the songs have a Southern Rock flavor like the title track "Don't Tread". "Uprising" features the best drum work Damn Yankees ever recorded. There are a couple ballads of course, but not the typical "Every Rose has it's Thorn" syrupy stuff. They are just solid rock ballads. If you are a fan of Ted Nugent, this album should be a must have. If you liked the earlier Damn Yankees album with "Coming of Age" you will definately love this album. I think "Don't Tread" is a better written and better played album than the first one. And seeing as how Amazon is offering used copies for under $3 you can't go wrong!!
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HASH(0x97c0f33c) étoiles sur 5 A Great Follow Up CD 29 septembre 2005
Par Jeffrey T. Munson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Tommy Shaw, Jack Blades, Ted Nugent, and Michael Cartelone are back with a vengance on this hard-driving follow-up to their highly successful debut cd. Shaw and Nugent both play lead guitar on this disc, which gives every song a definitive sound. Blades' bass and Cartelone's drums combine to make the sound that much better.

From the opeing title song, along with such others as "Where You Goin Now" and "The Silence is Broken", the listener is treated to a brand of high energy rock and roll. Shaw sings lead on both "Where You Goin Now" and "The Silence is Broken". He proves his versatility by being able to sing ballads as well as the great rock songs he was famous for while with Styx.

Its too bad that Damn Yankees only produced two cds. I'm a fan of great rock and roll, and they were definitely one of the best bands of the early 90s. I highly recommend this disc, as well as their self-titled one. The songs are first-rate, and the vocals and insturmentals will keep you coming back for more. Buy this great cd and hear some really great rock and roll at its absolute best.
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HASH(0x97c0f774) étoiles sur 5 A great follow up to their self-titled album 30 janvier 2004
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I love every song on Don't Tread!!! From the title track to Mister Please and Uprising. Just an all around good rock cd.
Compared to their first album, this one has more variety to it.
A little rock, blues, and of course the ballads. Its all here.
Plus, the production is better on this one than the first. Don't get me wrong, I absolutely love the first album, but this one just gets me. I can't stop listening to it. Its too bad they didn't regroup to put out more great music. Well, I guess I'll have to get the new Styx, Ted Nugent, and Night Ranger cds.
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HASH(0x97c0fb28) étoiles sur 5 WHERE ARE THESE GUYS???? 22 septembre 2005
Par A. S. D. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
All of these guys are killer players. Together, they rocked and sang their nuts off. Great songs, great guitars, great drums, great hooks = Great sales.

So WHY did the IDIOTS AT WARNER BROS. MISMANAGE THIS BAND SO BAD, CAUSING THE BAND TO SPLIT AND LEAVE A THIRD ALBUM IN THE CAN???? Seriously stupid move on their part. Yeah, the same company that gives us music virtuoso's like "Snoop frickin Dog" and "Ashlee Simpson" chose to let one of the great R O C K acts slip out of their fingers. STUPID F**KING IDIOTS! Wake the he** up Warner!

This album and their debut sold a buttload of CDs and both of these still stand up to ANYTHING out today. Grunge may have scared the crap out of every record company suckup during the time of the Damn Yankees, but where is grunge now??? Also VH1 pans this band as 'lightweight'. Give me a break! You think it's light weight? Put on 'Uprising', 'This Side of Hell', 'Don't Tread, or '15 Minutes of Fame'. Hardly light weight. Stupid public just thinks "Oh Tommy Shaw's in there so it must be "Babe" " Niggah Please!!!

While I'm a huge Styx fan and Night Ranger was a great band too, THIS BAND was the SH*T. These records blow away their former bands. And Micheal Cartelone- nobody ever mentions him. ONE KICK A$$ drummer!

BUY THIS AND THE DEBUT. If you like to rock, you'll love these cds.
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HASH(0x97c0fc24) étoiles sur 5 Not quite as good as the first one 16 juillet 2008
Par Justin G. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
One of the last highly successful melodic rock groups of the 1990's, Damn Yankees was a supergroup featuring guitarist/vocalist Tommy Shaw (Styx), bassist/vocalist Jack Blades (Night Ranger), drummer Michael Cartelloni (Tommy Shaw's band) and guitarist/deer annihilator Ted Nugent.

1992's Don't Tread was the band's second album. Ted Nugent played a larger role in the songwriting process for this one, so Don't Tread is a little less clean and polished than the first Damn Yankees album, and a bit more rowdy (see Don't Tread on Me and Dirty Dog, which is completely fun despite some ridiculous lyrics). The single Where You Goin' Now is pure Shaw/Blades though, and is a good counterpart to their earlier hit High Enough. The rest of the album is hit and miss. There are some great songs, and some obvious filler.

Unfortunately Don't Tread proved to be the band's final offering, as the 90's soon became unwilling to embrace this kind of music. Fortunately Shaw and Blades would continue to work together as Shaw-Blades and would include some unreleased Damn Yankees material on their debut album Hallucination.

If you enjoyed the first Damn Yankees album, chances are you'll like the second one too. It's not as strong as the debut, but it's still a very solid melodic rock album, and a good example of what the pre-grunge, early 90's hard rock sound had to offer.
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