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Dudes - We're No Angels
Dudes - We're No Angels
Performer: Dudes
Title: We're No Angels
Label: Columbia
Country: Canada
Released: 1975
Style: Pop Rock
Cat: KC 33577
Rating: 4.4/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2200 mb | MP3 size: 1057 mb | WMA size: 2464 mb
Genre: Rock / Pop
Tracklist

1Rock 'N Roll Debutante3:46
2Lylee Lady5:12
3Fuel Injection3:19
4I Just Wanna Dance3:27
5We're No Angels5:13
6Saturday Night3:36
7My Mind's On You4:22
8Deeper And Deeper4:28
9Dancin' Shoes4:09
10Got Me Where You Want Me3:18

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PC 33577Dudes We're No Angels ‎(LP, Album)ColumbiaPC 33577US1975
PC 33577Dudes We're No Angels ‎(LP, Album, Promo)ColumbiaPC 33577US1975
33577Dudes We're No Angels ‎(LP, Album, Promo, Adv)Columbia33577US1975

Credits

  • Bass, Vocals"Kootch" Trochim
  • Drums, VocalsRitchie Henman, Wayne Cullen
  • EngineerAlan Varner
  • Engineer [Assistant]Leanne Unger
  • Guitar, VocalsBob Segarini, Brian Greenway, David Henman
  • Mastered ByStewart Romanie
  • ProducerMark Spector

Companies

  • Manufactured By – Columbia Records Of Canada, Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Columbia Records Of Canada, Ltd.

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Album

What We're No Angels is is a passable album of music that is neither bad nor extraordinary. The vocal work is equally passable, but won't give Paul McCartney or Emmit Rhodes any sleepless nights. Mark Spector's production is so pedestrian that if the band gets close, as they do in the melodic rip-off that is Deeper and Deeper, he can't turn it up a notch for them. The song borders on copyright infringement, but unfortunately, Freda Payne's excellent song of the same name, Deeper and Deeper, is not the victim. It's just another problem with. We're No Angels - Second Chance. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Dudes 3. We're No Angels LP, Album, Promo. PC 33577. The fact it was 1978 three years after its release, and the LP was in the 99 cent clearance bin should have been a warning, but hey, 'ya never we're all aware, many a good band have been delegated to the cheapo bins. So what went wrong. Two original April Wine members David Henmanguitar & Richie Henmandrums, one future April Winer Brian Greenwayguitar, two former Wackers Bob Segariniguitar & Bill Trochimbass. three more than capable guitarists in the lineup, one might expect some sort of triple lead attack right . We're No Angels. The Orchard Music от лица компании Mystic Records. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс 're No Angels is a 1989 American comedy film directed by Neil Jordan from the remake of the 1955 film and starring Robert De Niro, Sean Penn, and Demi Moore. 5 million on a 20 million budget. A couple of 1930s Great Depression-era convicts, Ned and Jim, jailed on never-specified charges and abused by a ruthless warden, are dragged along when a vicious killer named Bobby escapes the electric chair. Title: We're No Angels 1955. Hopkins hymn tune: St. One of my all time favorite movies. Album 1984 9 Songs. MP3, FLAC, WMA version. Zip, Rar archives for download free. Download links. Dudes - We're No Angels MP3 album RAR archive. Dudes - We're No Angels FLAC album RAR archive. Dudes - We're No Angels WMA album RAR archive. Search Results. Information for album We're No Angels: Dudes. Members A. Brian Greenway. David Henman. Ritchie Henman. Robert Segarini : Bob Segarini

Comments (1)
Clodebd
I've had this for years, and never really felt these guys lived up to their full potential. I've always believed in giving things a second chance (in this case a 3rd or 4th chance?), and just got through playing this LP for the first time in ages. I've come to the same conclusion as I had in the past; Very disappointing.
The opening cut "Saturday Night" kicks things off with it's catchy rhythm and harmonies...hmmm, The Wackers revisited?...OK, not bad, I can live with that...I like The Wackers. But sadly from this point onward, things go downhill. The musicianship for the most part is OK...nice hooks, etc. But the overuse of annoying vocals and cheesy arrangements really becomes too much, at least for these ears...and I'm usually quite forgiving concerning poor vocal arrangements, and can look past that in some cases...but not here. That said, what this band needed desperately was a good singer, or less singing in general...Bob Segarini is OK in small doses, but here it's way overdone...and when the others chime in, it only seems to make matters worse.

One look at the stellar lineup, and a listen to this LP, it's clear this band really fell short on the record buying public's expectations. I remember glancing over the credits in the record store prior to purchase and thinking "boy...this should be good!" The fact it was 1978 (three years after its release), and the LP was in the 99 cent clearance bin should have been a warning, but hey, 'ya never know...as we're all aware, many a good band have been delegated to the cheapo bins.

So what went wrong?...Two original April Wine members (David Henman/guitar & Richie Henman/drums), one future April Winer (Brian Greenway/guitar), two former Wackers (Bob Segarini/guitar & Bill Trochim/bass). So...with three more than capable guitarists in the lineup, one might expect some sort of triple lead attack right? But no...somehow these guys still manage to come off sounding like The Partridge Family, which has always been a mystery to me.

For April Wine, Wackers, Family Tree, Mashmakhan, Roxy, and Bob Segarini completists only.