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25th Anniversary
Pablo Cruise
25th Anniversary
Genres: Pop, Rock
  •  Track Listings (5) - Disc #1


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All Artists: Pablo Cruise
Title: 25th Anniversary
Members Wishing: 4
Total Copies: 0
Label: A&M
Release Date: 10/25/1990
Genres: Pop, Rock
Style: Soft Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 075021252424

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Reviewed on 1/17/2007...
This is an excellent group, with nice hooks and great dance beat. You'll recognize 95% of these songs.
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A Pablo Cruise collection worth owning
David G. Moore, Jr. | Boiling Springs, SC United States | 01/20/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is Pablo Cruise at its best. The listing above doesn't include all the songs, but they are "You Might Be Wrong", "Ocean Breeze", "A Place in the Sun", "What'cha Gonna Do?", "Another World", "Never Had A Love", "Atlanta June", "Cool Love", "One More Night", "Inside/OutSide", "Love Will Find A Way", "Family Man", "Don't Want to Live Without It", and "You're Out To Loose". This was 'the' band for rock & harmony in the late '70s. They had tremendous musical ("Ocean Breeze") and vocal talent ("Love Will Find A Way"). The following is excerpts from Pablo Cruise was originally formed in 1973 in the San Francisco Bay Area by founders Cory Lerios, David Jenkins, Bud Cockrell, and Steve Price. In 1976, they began their radio notoriety with the top 5 hit "What'cha Gonna Do (When She Says Goodbye)" from the double platinum record album "A Place In The Sun". On the next LP, Dave took over all lead vocal responsibilities after Bud had decided to leave the band for a while. Pablo's second LP, "Worlds Away", displayed Dave's vocal abilities and the writing success of Dave and Cory on their blue-eyed soul hits. "Love Will Find a Way" and "Don't Wanna Live Without It". That album sold double platinum in the U.S. and Canada and introduced Pablo to most of the rest of the world. The next two LP's produced more radio activity with Dave singing the 80's disco inspired "I Want You Tonight" and then the classic "Cool Love" from the sixth album, "Reflector"."