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Bad Manors: Golden Hits, Vol. 1
Bad Manors: Golden Hits, Vol. 1
Genres: Rock, Metal
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Stony Plain. 1995.


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Title: Bad Manors: Golden Hits, Vol. 1
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Unidisc
Release Date: 11/24/1996
Album Type: Import
Genres: Rock, Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 766482977949


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Stony Plain. 1995.

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O never be a dodo as far as I'm concerned!
R D Carmichael | 04/21/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is a great, great, great album from a great, great, great band that is sorely missed. "Oh What A Feeling" is a put-it-on-and -play-it-again classic, even if that maggot Rush Limbaugh does use it as the theme music for his radio show. Just go get the album---you're in for a treat!"
Boogie done right
James D. Morrow | Omaha,NE USA | 11/28/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"These guys played occasional backup for King Biscuit Boy (Richard Newell)which is way more blues oriented than this little gem. One of those great albums that make you wonder how they got missed. Could be because they were from Canada and recorded for Paramount, a label not exactly known for creative promotion back in the 70s. If it's boogie with the woogie beat you're looking for, you found the right address. This baby just steams. Guitarists Rheal Lanthier and John Gibbard goose each other all the way through the first five tunes but best on the "Let the Four Winds Blow-House of Blue Lights-Train Kept a Rollin-Baby, Let's Play House" hippie smackdown freakout. It really flies. Unfortunately, depending on your position on such things, the only thing that anybody might recognize from these guys is "Oh What a Feeling"(What a Rush) that was purloined by Mr. Tactful himself, Rush Limbaugh. Don't judge them from that (either good or bad) because it has nothing to do with the musical vibe throughout this splendid little disc. Oh yeah, at the end is a version of the John Rutter song "The Prince of Peace." These guys obviously got around a bit. Did I mention that this is a party record? This is a party record. Now go buy it and have a party. You needed an excuse so I gave you one."
And Now For Something Completely Different
R D Carmichael | Inverness, Florida United States | 11/26/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This album is not your usual rock or blues. It is best played loud, at a party. I absolutely guarantee that it will get the place jumping. If you are into really jammin' music this one is a must have for your collection."