The Systems Best
John Sale | Dallas | 06/28/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Out of all The System albums I have heard, The Pleasure Seekers is the best, with Don't Disturb This Groove (DDTG) a close second. I accidentally bought this one when I did not see DDTG in the stores in 1987. Oops, but the music was great. It stayed in my tape player for months. Tragically, my little sister liked to record midnight dance music off the radio with her tape player, and was without a tape--so, she looked into my tape collection and commenced to shove paper in the tape record protector of "MY FRIGGIN FAVE TAPE THAT COULD NOT BE BOUGHT ANYMORE BECAUSE THEY WERE OUT OF PRINT UNTIL LAST WEEK OF THE YEAR 2000" --sorry-- anyway, I found it in Japan and Amazon is selling them again and I have it and it is still great and is so TOTALLY EIGHTIES with the drumulators and synthesizers and sequencing.Track 1 Rocks--Track 2 Catchy @ Volume Level 10--Track 3 Macho Techno--Track 4 Techno Pop--Track 5 Sexy--Track 6 RastaPop--Track 7 Princy Mary Jane Boys--Track 8 I know I know I knowThey need a web site Big Time.Later."
Morado | cincinnati, ohio USA | 07/06/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Back in the day, this was it! The System's first release was ok, but this one rocked. I was even more blown away when I saw them in concert at Bogart's in Cincinnati, back in the mid 80's. The System blend funk and pop, on the R&B tip... David Frank is a wiz with the music while Mic Murphy writes songs about love, friendship, life. Nothing too heavy, yet not bubble-gum. I played this a ton in college and still brings back many fond memories...My favorites are: "The Pleasure Seekers" (Slammin...Hi-Yah!)/"It Takes Two" (Melodic and smooth)/"Love Won't Wait For Lovin"/"This Is For You" (*As good as it gets)/"Did In By A Friend.""