The Watch: Rockin' tonight

Year1984
Label/DistributionPrivate
FormatMini-LP
Musical styleHard Rock
Additional infoComes with insert
Rarity grading
ShieldShieldShieldShieldShieldShield
3 out of 6 - Extremely rare!

Review

Lovely cover but sadly the content won't satisfy the heart of steel that's expecting a dragon and warrior worshipping bad ass 80's Metal strike! You like R'n'R pregnanted Hard Rock? Well then this is something for ya! Since I'm not into that terrible stile the whole B side won't be heard anymore in my house. So let's talk about the good A side. Pounding Hard Rock/Hair Metal like HANOVER FIST f.e. without R'n'R touch on the opener "I don't know what to say", which is also the best track on the entire vinyl and a slightly heavy boogieing almost NWOBHM-ish influenced sounding "I'll never lose it" that due to it's speedy touch is still able to convince the listener, not alone by it's earworm refrain and good solo, are making the purchase of "Rockin tonight" less horrible if you take the common price in the 40-60 $ regions. Sadly they did not keep up with the same style on the completely weak rockin' B side. If they would have done so, that higher price of the record would be at least partly justified. Only for completists ...

Tracks
I don't know what to say
I'll never lose it
Canadian girls
Good rockin'

Created / updated: 2013-04-09
FutureSynner