Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
Wild Horses features Rick Stier & James Kollak from the group Kingdom Come. Originally issued on Atlantic Records, this 1991 hard rock CD has been out of print for years and fans keep clamoring for its reissue. Thus we now... more »
Wild Horses features Rick Stier & James Kollak from the group Kingdom Come. Originally issued on Atlantic Records, this 1991 hard rock CD has been out of print for years and fans keep clamoring for its reissue. Thus we now accommodate them.
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Quality melodic hard rock
Justin Gaines | Northern Virginia | 06/23/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I don't know that New York band Wild Horses (not to be confused with the UK band of the same name) qualifies as an all-star group, since Dokken bassist Jeff Pilson is the only immediately recognizable member, but they are a pretty decent melodic hard rock band.
The band's 1991 album Bareback, until recently their only release, is equal parts Warrant and Cinderella. It is fairly straightforward hard rock music, with some hair metal and Southern rock elements added to the mix. The musicianship is top notch, and former Shout vocalist John Levesque gives a very solid performance. Closing the album with a cover of Stevie Wonder's "Tell Me Something Good" was a nice touch, and not what you'd expect from a band in this genre.
While I wouldn't call Bareback a must-have album, it is still well worth checking out if you're a fan of this kind of music."
Do you love classic Whitesnake?
R. Kallio | Smalltown, Wisconsin | 07/03/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If you do, then you will LOVE this CD. I have well-over 2,000 melodic rock and hair metal CD's. This sounds very much like a CD that Whitesnake should have made, but didn't. John Levesque sings with that perfect confident Hair Metal attitude that would have dominated Sunset Strip. He totally shines, and virtually sells the music with his killer, powerhouse voice. This album was produced by the golden ears of the legendary Keith Olsen. I love how Keith used so much compression, that it sounds like the power wants to explode right off of the CD. This is TOTALLY one of my favorite CD's. Not only is the musicianship fabulous, but most of the songs are well-written, musically and lyrically. I have read various review by other listeners, many of whom feel that this is an average Rock CD. I sure you, it is MILES above average. If you loves Blue-based hard rock and the thunder of Whitesnake, this CD will be living on your years like a new addiction. So yes, it's a Hair Metal Must-Have!"