This is another album that’s on the cusp between Westcoast AOR and the harder mid-Eighties sound, which developed into melodic rock. At times it is reminiscent of Journey, Foreigner or Starship, but with a lighter touch.
Nonetheless it’s a good album with some good tunes played well. “You’re Gonna Like It” was released as a single and contains a Starbuck approved xylophone solo. They were a Dutch band, I believe, who released a second album in 1985 on CBS (Muscles) and then disappeared. Pim remerged some years later in a band called Valensia.
Anyway, see what you think.
Producers: Pim Koopman & Okkie Huysdens
Okkie Huysdens : Lead & Backing vocals
Pim Koopman : Synthesizers & Backing vocals
Hans Vermeulen : Backing vocals
Frank Papendrecht : Bass Guitar
Bas Krumperman : Acoustic & Electric Guitars
- Hot-Blooded Lady
- Workin’ Girl
- Makin’ Millionaires
- Don’t Put Me On Hold
- Turn Me On
- That’s The Way That It Is
- Only Once Is Enough
- You’re Gonna Like It
- Goin’ Places
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