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Old 12-13-2003, 04:03 PM
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...who's favourite BJ album is the debut album?

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Mine, absolutely. And I do keep on repeating that I do wonder why on earth lots of younger people keep on putting down 1st & 7800.


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...who's favourite BJ album is the debut album?

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Mine, absolutely. And I do keep on repeating that I do wonder why on earth lots of younger people keep on putting down 1st & 7800.


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just wondered, wot age or 'younger ppl'...like my age?
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7800 wasn't quite as good, and then the music gets progressively better from there, until These Days really, then they hit a down hill slide as far as I'm concerned.

I'd agree Rob- Crush and Bounce do not continue the trend. In my opinion they have some good songs on them, but they are let down by the rather average ballads and the use of all the horrible Technology (Drum loops etc.)
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...who's favourite BJ album is the debut album?

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Mine, absolutely. And I do keep on repeating that I do wonder why on earth lots of younger people keep on putting down 1st & 7800.


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just wondered, wot age or 'younger ppl'...like my age?
Yeah U would qualify as "younger ppl". But, what i meant was that if someone really prefers first or 7800 over TD and recent ones, them are usually "older" ppl.
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Im listening to the debut album now actually.....

I love Runaway, Roulette and Shot Through the Heart! Others that are good are Love Lies, Come Back and Get Ready. The songs that arn't bad but I could just as easily do without are She Don't Know Me, Breakout and Burning For Love...

I think it's a great debut and has a lot of energy. The music is quite intense and shows a more youthful, immature and less experienced BJ that would eventually evolve into the IMO superior Slippery and New Jersey...

I prefer 7800 myself cause I think that was a more solid effort, but this stands at number 7 just ahead of Bounce which is my least favourite.
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The first two albums are actually really odd in that BJ set themselves up as this dark heavy rock band, and then completely dispelled that image with Slippery

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The first two albums are actually really odd in that BJ set themselves up as this dark heavy rock band, and then completely dispelled that image with Slippery

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cos that image just didnt work. i think really only the 2nd album is 'dark'...the first is just a typical debut of any rock band in that era.
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The first two albums are actually really odd in that BJ set themselves up as this dark heavy rock band, and then completely dispelled that image with Slippery

Keep On Rockin'
cos that image just didnt work. i think really only the 2nd album is 'dark'...the first is just a typical debut of any rock band in that era.

...and 3rd is sucking up to them teenage girls
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The first two albums are actually really odd in that BJ set themselves up as this dark heavy rock band, and then completely dispelled that image with Slippery

Keep On Rockin'
cos that image just didnt work. i think really only the 2nd album is 'dark'...the first is just a typical debut of any rock band in that era.

...and 3rd is sucking up to them teenage girls
maybe but its good rock n roll is that album.
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