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Zig Zag
Zig Zag
Genres: Pop, Rock
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All Artists: Hooters
Title: Zig Zag
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Sony
Release Date: 10/23/1989
Genres: Pop, Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 074644505825, 074644505849

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GREAT 3rd album from PHILLY's Heroes!!
T. G Krysinski | Medina, New York United States | 12/05/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Everyone has heard "and we danced" and even if you don't personally own a copy(from 'Nervous Night')-but dig the song-then you owe it to yourself to check out all 4 studo releases by the HOOTERS! Surely one of the most under-rated bands of the eighties-these guys deserved to be HUGE!!Excellent,intelligent 'pop-rock' songwriting by a great band!CHECK IT OUT!! You won't be sorry!!"
One of my desert island cd's
S. H Uppendahl | Mount Vernon, WA | 09/13/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"In college, my friends and I used to always ask if we were stuck on a deserted island and we could only have five cd's which would they be? My list always changed, except for this album. It is one of my all time favorites. Not only is the music amazing throughout (especially in GIVE THE MUSIC BACK, among many others). YOU NEVER KNOW WHO YOUR FRIENDS ARE remains one of my all time favorite songs. The Hooters, sadly, never are recognized for their lyrics as well as their musical talents. If you were to listen to each of their albums, you would see how their lyrics improved greatly, but you would notice the amazing variety of music they produce. They put their heart and soul in each song, and it comes through brilliantly each time. Enjoy the ride.
Homecoming Music
susumu-5 | Japan | 04/12/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The Hooters represent what Japanese want American rock to be like. The third album in 1989 is no exception.The album title comes from part of the lyrics from the second track DELIVER ME. It has not been widely recognized as their sensational debut "Nervous Night" in 1985. Comparing with NERVOUS NIGHT which has shown their power pop appeal, the music in this album makes you feel more nostalgic, reminisce the old happy days and good ol' American music. Of course they do have power pop stuff just as in Nervous Night such as BROTHER DON'T YOU WALK AWAY and YOU NEVER KNOW WHO YOUR FRIENDS ARE. But the album's major appeal comes from acoustic ballads using variety of musical instruments just as Bruce Hornsby and the Range did.
HEAVEN LAUGHS, GIVE THE MUSIC BACK and ALWAYS A PLACE are just plain excellent. And their cover 500 MILES doesn't sound like cover at all.The Hooters became almost forgotten in the U.S. But in Japan they had been really huge even during 90s and they had a number of concerts here. And I hope American will bring their music back.Recommended for John Melencamp, Bruce Hornsby and the Range, Heuy Lewis and the News fans and American mainstream pop music fans."