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All the Way In album for sale by Berlin was released Jul 07, 2009 on the VarŠse Sarabande (USA) label. At times, it was hard to figure out whether Berlin were an average synth pop band trying to carve out their own niche or just a mediocre rock band jumping on the new wave bandwagon. All the Way In songs Sure, they had some good singles and radio hits, but as an album band, they left a lot to be desired. Terri Nunn was beautiful and sexy, but it seemed like Berlin wanted to be more than just a commercial band with a hot vocalist: they seemed to be striving for greatness but settled for "that'll do." Unfortunately, they never had a chance to really prove themselves, breaking up after their commercially disappointing Count Three & Pray album, released in 1986. All the Way In CD music is a 2-disc set with 24 songs. ...See Full Description
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This album seems to be a more corse, edgy Berlin. Yet Terri Nunn dosen't want to sing the original track to " Sex.
By Sam Lassiter (Grand Junction,CO,USA)
||A MUST HAVE!|
Do not wait buy! If you are new to Berlin or Terri Nunn or a long time fan this is the perfect cd/dvd to get.
By Brian (BC, Canada)
Liked this but didn't realise it is a "live" concert recording...
By rohini (Wellington NZ)
||they refused to play in the san francisco bay area|
the cd is okay but if you live in the san francisco bay area remember that this is the band that would not do shows for the public here under any circumstances.
By Max (San Francisco, CA, USA)
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All the Way In songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||7957407|
|Label||VarŠse Sarabande (USA)|
|Release Date||Jul 07, 2009|
|Additional Info||With DVD|
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Live At The Marquee CD (1993)
All the Way In CD music Recorded live at Le Bataclan, Paris, France on June 25, 1998.
LIVE AT THE MARQUEE is a 1993 live set by Los Angeles-based progressive rockers Dream Theater, featuring "Metropolis."
Dream Theater finally released their first official live album, the double-disc Once in a Livetime (recorded June 1998 in Paris). Granted, the 1995 release A Change of Seasons contained a wealth of live material, but they were all cover songs, and 1994's Live at the Marquee was only available as a European import. With material spanning their entire career, the many die-hard Dream Theater fans will love Once in a Livetime, but it won't win over disbelievers to their highly technical, sometimes cold style. There's no denying that the band's musicianship is top-notch, but the songs often get repetitious and start sounding similar. But Once in a Livetime may be a breath of fresh air if you've had it with smug alterna-wannabes who can hardly play, or if you long for the glory days of Yes or ELP (in other words, the music punk rock tried to annihilate). Highlights include their instrumental tour de force "Ytse Jam," as well as the fan favorites "Pull Me Under," "Lie," "Metropolis," and certain portions of their lengthy "A Change of Seasons" composition. Also released in conjunction with Once in a Livetime was the home video Five Years in a Livetime. ~ Greg Prato
1993 release on WEA International. Features six songsrecorded live at The Marquee Club in London on April 23rd,1993: 'Metropolis', 'A Fortune In Lies', 'Bombay Vindaloo','Surrounded', 'Another Hand - The Killing Hand' and 'Pull MeUnder'.
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All the Way In songs All tracks have been digitally remastered using 24-bit technology.
Recorded in 1976, Blondie's self-titled debut was part of the New York City/CBGB's crowd's initial salvo of punk/new wave, radically different from anything in the American mainstream at the time. While other CBGB scenemakers strove for either artiness (Television) or primitivism (Ramones), Blondie was always about pure pop, served with a healthy dose of irony. Its early-'60s rock & roll/girl-group roots were never so apparent as on this album--"In the Sun" sounds like a classic slice of sunny '60s West Coast pop, while "In the Flesh" reaches even further back for a '50s ballad feel.
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