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Matchbox - Midnite Dynamos (1980/2010)

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Matchbox - Midnite Dynamos (1980/2010)

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01. Midnite Dynamos [03:05]
02. Shocked 'N' Shattered [02:49]
03. Checkin' Out [02:41]
04. C'mon Let's Go [01:59]
05. Marie Marie [02:29]
06. Southern Boys [03:05]
07. Back-Row Romeo [02:38]
08. Sixteen Chicks [01:53]
09. Sweet Lolita [03:05]
10. When You Ask About Love [02:36]
11. Jellyroll [02:54]
12. Back Here In Boston [03:06]
13. Stranger In Nevada [03:12]
14. Love Is Going Out Of Fashion (New Version) [03:45]
15. Scotted Dick [02:23]
16. You've Made A Fool Of Me [02:06]
17. Over The Rainbow - You Belong To Me [03:26]
18. Don't Break Up The Party [03:10]
19. Stay Cool [01:47]

Graham Fenton (Lead Vocals)
Steve Bloomfield (Lead & Steel Guitars, Mandolin, Harmonica, Vocals)
Fred Poke (Bass & Double Bass Guitars, Vocals)
Gordon Scott (Rhythm & Acoustic Guitars, Vocals, Lead Vocal on "Marie Marie")
Jimmie Redhead (Drums, Percussion, Vocals)
Dick Callan (Lead Guitar, Vocals)


Originally issued by Magnet Records in 1980 the album spent nine weeks in the UK charts eventually peaking at No.23 Features the hit singles `Midnite Dynamos' (UK No.14, Germany No.8), `When You Ask About Love' (UK No.4, Germany No.29) and `Over The Rainbow' (UK No.15, Germany No.42) Now available with six bonus tracks. Booklet features original LP artwork, detailed liner notes and pictures of related singles sleeves. ---amazon.com


Midnite Dynamo's is a more slick, commercial album than their previous self titled album. The singles that they released from the album, 'When you ask about Love' and 'Midnite Dynamo's' were definately for the more 'bubblegum rock n roll' orientated fans. Nice to see some of the B Sides from the singles added to the CD. I purchased the cd for a nostalgia trip as i owned the original album back in 1981, but i must admit that i still prefer their previous release 'Matchbox'.

If you prefer the (less commercial) 50s style rockbilly Matchbox, then i would think twice about buying this one - don't get me wrong there are a couple of reasonably half decent tunes on this cd, namely 'Sixteen Chicks' and 'Back Row Romeo' but they are few and far between. ---Drago, Amazon.com

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