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  • CD (19 septembre 1997)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Columbia
  • ASIN : B000025CF4
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Format: CD
Cet album, le 7e du groupe californien NIGHT RANGER, est sorti en 1997, à la fin du mouvement grunge, mais en plein essor des side-projects des rescapé de cette musique, comme FOO FIGHTERS, entre autres.

Connaissant bien les 3 premiers albums du groupe (mais pas les 3 suivants), je me suis risqué à jeter une oreille sur ce 7e opus, et j'ai vite déchanté. Si les guitares sont toujours aussi affûtées, les compositions sont un cran (voire deux) en dessous des 2 premiers albums, incontournables.

En premier lieu, il est extrêmement surprenant d'ouvrir un album sur un tempo medium aussi dénué de personnalité que peut l'être "Forever All Over Again" : refrain poussif, violons mielleux,... tout est fade et insipide. Le 2e morceau, "Neverland", est rock à souhait, et il permet de retrouver le NIGHT RANGER d'antan. Pourquoi ne pas avoir placé cette chanson en titre d'ouverture ???

"Slap Like Being Born" semble tiré du répertoire d'AEROSMITH (ainsi que "Neverland" d'ailleurs). "My Elusive Mind" et "Walk In The Future" lorgnent plus du coté de la pop que du rock. Seuls "New York Time", qui sonne bien rock, et "I Don't Call This Love" en fin d'album, apportent une bonne bouffée d'air frais, après tant de faux pas.

En fin de compte, ce qui me chagrine le plus, ça n'est surement pas que NIGHT RANGER change d'orientation. Tous les groupe le font, à un stade de leur carrière. Non, ce qui me chagrine, c'est qu'un groupe, dont certains les voient l'égal des FOREIGNER (époque 4 (Foreigner)), n'ait pas su tirer profit d'une époque, en frappant un gros coup d'épée, et en sortant un album marquant. Il s'agit ici, tout au plus, d'un grand coup d'épée... dans l'eau.
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HASH(0x915f051c) étoiles sur 5 4 1/2 stars--great to have them back! 18 février 2003
Par Brad - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I was excited back in 1997 when I heard that the original Night Ranger lineup was getting back together and putting out new material. After 10 years between albums with this lineup (remember--the keyboardist Alan Fitgerald wasn't with them for 1988's awesome "Man In Motion" and only two of them were on 1995's very good "Feeding Off The Mojo"), I was happy to see that the band hadn't lost their touch. Sure the sound is a bit more mellow and modern, but for the times it is still very good.
"Forever All Over Again" is the opening track and only single I heard on radio at all off this album (and very briefly). For sure, it is a surprise to have a ballad like this open up the album, but it is a very nice track. Then at track 2 comes the rocking title track. Good stuff--the band clearly showed it may still have its edge here. But the first time I heard this album I got concerned with the pace upon hearing tracks 3 and 4. "As Always I Remain" and "Someday I Will", while both also very solid tracks, are quite acoustic and mellow in nature. Had the hard rock left this band?
Well, after only 1 rocker in the first 4 tracks, I would call 5 of the final 7 tracks solid rockers. "New York Time" is a solid rock track that brings back memories of the '80s version of the band. "Walk In The Future" has a slightly modern sound but is pretty mellow and a bit reminiscent of Shaw/Blades. "Slap Like Being Born" is also a bit modern in tone but a surefire rocker with an interesting sound and lyric. At track 10, "Anything For You" looks like it's positioned to be a ballad due to the name of the song and placement on the album, but it in fact is one of the hardest rockers on the album--great track. Right after that comes the closing track "I Don't Call This Love", another surefire quality rocker.
I can't honestly state that this album is quite as good as the vintage 1980s material, but it sure is more than worth the listen if you are or were a fan of this band. The sound is a bit updated and a bit more mellow but overall true to the roots and history of the band. Worth the purchase, for sure, if you are craving new material from a favorite '80s melodic hard rock band.
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HASH(0x915f0570) étoiles sur 5 Takes a few listens 18 mai 2000
Par Kuhlinayn - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Night Ranger has been my favorite band ever since Sister Christian grabbed me and I have loved everything I have listened too from them short of the Gary Moon days. This CD gets mostly mediocre reviews and even have had some call it "Night Ranger does Country" and say Jack's writing is uninspired. When I first listened to it I had to agree but I think that is because I was looking for it. After listening to it a few times it really starts to grow on you and you can hear flashes of different eras in the NR timeline. This is by far one of my favorite CD's I have recently purchased and it fits Brad's quote in a magazine years ago about what type of "metal" would they classify themselves as - "Night Ranger is Stainless Steel Rock n Roll...Guaranteed not to Rust!" Give it a shot and more than one or 2 passes on the player and I am sure you will come to see it as I have.
HASH(0x915f09a8) étoiles sur 5 Forever all over again!!!! 21 décembre 2015
Par nick bacic - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Excellent album and released in 1997 with all original members! This actually takes a while to grow on you!! But when it does it makes you appreciate this band even more!!!!
This band is awesome! !!!!
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HASH(0x915f0990) étoiles sur 5 Neverland is NOT a nevermind for fans 25 mai 2011
Par Nizza - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Though it took me awhile to get used to the new Night Ranger sound, this CD really grew on me. The sarcasm, sense of humor, and maturity of the lyrics really makes it fun to listen to. I didn't really like it the first two times I listened to it but eventually downloaded most of the songs then purchased the actual CD. I have been listening to it every day for weeks.
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HASH(0x915f0d5c) étoiles sur 5 A solid comeback by the original line up! 7 avril 2003
Par L. B. Ivarsson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
"Neverland" from 1997 can be regarded as the original line up's comeback album. And Night Ranger is without doubt in need of their musical core Jack Blades, who were absent on the bands previous album "Feeding off the mojo" from 1995. Some might have too high expectations on this release and thinking that the reunion would add a reborn enthusiasm. But this effort is like many other Night Ranger albums - it has great as well as average songs, and although it's not a bad album, it's neither top class.
Unexpected, this release sets off with a semi ballad "Forever all over again", which perhaps also is the album's strongest tune. Old fans of Night Ranger will immediately recognize the melodic vein that's characteristic for Blades' song writing. The following track "Neverland" is an up tempo catchy song and clearly one of the better ones. Then comes a line of average Night Ranger songs - not better or worse than you're used to when it comes to this band.
I would say that this is a solid effort from a talented band that stick to their melodic approach. All of Night Ranger's albums are worth having, and I suggest you start with their debut "Dawn patrol" from 1982 - perhaps their finest ever!
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