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Touch (CD)
During the late seventies and early eighties the American rock scene was bursting with deliciously ambitious talent, none more so than New York based quintet Touch. Led by Mark Mangold, a veteran of the scene, the band locked into a style of melodic hard rock music that would eventually father multi platinum artists such as Bon Jovi, Nightranger, Survivor and ? Focusing on supremely crafted songs with huge hooks, luscious vocals and razor sharp arrangements, the bands debut album immediately struck a chord with fans and critics alike. With such rich talent on display it was hardly surprising to find that the band courted by some of the biggest powers in the industry including Deep Purple manager Bruce Payne, and Atlantic Records sister label Atco, with whom the band eventually signed in 1980. Produced by renowned English producer Tim Friese Greene, the Touch album caused a sensation amongst fans of the genre being hailed as in instant classic and a record that would go on to become a touchstone for AOR in general. Sadly, unlike their contemporaries, Touch never received the commercial acclaim that their music undoubtedly deserved. Despite this, however, the Touch legacy continues to endure to this very day.
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Type: CD
Recorded: 1980
Release Date: 1980-03-16
Label: Rock Candy
Country: Euro
Item No: CANDY039
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Track List
01 Don't you know what love is 3:50
02 When the spirit moves you 3:56
03 Love don't fail me 4:24
04 Black star 3:32
05 There's a light 3:56
06 So high 5:18
07 Last chance for love 3:51
08 Yes (you need to rock n' roll) 4:22
09 Listen (can you feel it) 5:02
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