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Thunder album for sale by Andy Taylor was released Sep 21, 2004 on the MCA label. Former Duran Duran six-stringer Andy Taylor ignites his solo career with a big bang boom on the rumble tumble "I Might Lie," a blistering lighting storm which rips the riff from "Beat It." Thunder CD music Sex Pistol-packing journeyman Steve Jones helps Taylor keep these proceedings crisp and classicistic: saving the LP from drowning in an '80s morass of mechanized drums and ubiquitous keys, while focusing on crackling guitar chords which prove (along with Duran's robotic future) that Taylor was the guts of his former band. "Night Train" (not the most original title) kicks off the flip with an ambitious attempt at Ultravox that turns into Charlie Sexton (both fine by me) Thunder buy CD music. "Tremblin'" is a definite time-waster, but "Bringin' Me Down" soars in a plaintive Arc Angel sense. Taylor did not die young (the second and best song here), but he did fade away: Thunder remains his only solo outing (besides the Dangerous cover album) and its lack of sales led him into production (Thunder [natch], Rod Stewart) and back to the Power Station. The youthful axe-slinger disowned Thunder and became a hired gun, but this record's best demi-metal moments can still crack open the sky. ~ Doug Stone Personnel: Andy Taylor (vocals, guitar); Howard Kaylan, Mark Volman (vocals, background vocals); Steve Jones (guitar); Brett Tuggle (keyboards); Mickey Curry (drums); Paulinho Da Costa (percussion).
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Andy Taylor - Thunder Album Track Listing
|1||I Might Lie|
|2||Don't Let Me Die Young|
|3||Life Goes On|
|7||Bringin' Me Down|
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|CD Universe Part number||6802118|
|Release Date||Sep 21, 2004|
|Producer||Andy Taylor; George Tutko; Steve Jones|
|Recording Time||41 minutes|
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