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Tarzen

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1985

Label: ATCO/Valentino Records

Catalog Number: 90277-1

Average Rating: 86 / 100 (8 ratings)

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Personnel
Danny Peyronel vocals, keyboard
Salvadore guitars
Michael Peyronel drums
Ralph Hood bass
Tracks
1.  Taboo  
2.  Pack Rules  
3.  Running With the Wrong Guys  
4.  Love You Wild  
5.  Shout That Name  
6.  Tarzen  
7.  The Hills Have Eyes  
8.  Drum Talk  
9.  Jungle Muscle  
10.  Tribal Man  

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From: Delbert Date: March 15, 2003 at 16:58
This album does not hold a candle to their second release "Madrid". Lovers of memorable rock choruses, uptempo beats, layered keyboards and searing guitars must search out Tarzen - Madrid. Oh yes, and harmony vocals everywhere. The album was released worldwide and there are Spanish and English versions available which is very interesting in itself. I've got both versions in my collection which include the same songs, but different languages. An absolute must have!!!

From: TIM Date: March 15, 2003 at 17:15
Delbert, who do these guys sound like?

From: Gar Date: March 17, 2003 at 21:59
TARZEN sound a bit like AC/DC(particularly the vocals). Pretty standard crunchy guitar riff rock. Like AC/DC, the songs are straightfoward and stick to the standard verse/chorus scheme. Unlike AC/DC, the songs are flat and boring. The prduction is decent, but the problem is that the songs are WAY too generic. The lyrics often make no sense(and the whole thing's in English!). The only song worth mentioning is "Pack Rules". If the rest of the songs could have measured up to that lone gem, this wou

From: Gar Date: March 17, 2003 at 22:00
cont.. would have been a great album.

From: RED DEATH Date: April 30, 2003 at 13:37
WHAT ARE THESE GUYS ABOVE TALKING ABOUT..I HEARD THE FIRST TRACK OF THIS ALBUM TABOO...GREAT TRACK...SEEMS TO ME PEOPLE ON HERE ..CASE OF FOLLOW THE LEADER...CRAPPY NAME FOR A BAND I ADMIT...GOT VOCALS OF DEDRINGER/ACDC...IF THIS WAS A ACDC ALBUM PEOPLE WOULD BE RAVING ABOUT IT...GOOD ALBUM..NOT CRAP BUT NOT GREAT

From: Delbert Date: May 1, 2003 at 14:28
AC/DC......you better remove your ear plugs......Tarzen - Madrid is bombastic uptempo melodic rock filled with keys and outstanding harmony vocals. Think of a mix of Bonjiovi and Vow Wow for starters. As I said previously, their "Madrid" album is nothing like this self titled. These guys are from Spain. I was lucky to score a copy on E Bay from an Argentina seller.

From: Gar Date: May 1, 2003 at 22:14
I hope they did improve upon this, cuz their debut was pretty bad. What were they thinking when they wrote "Tribal Man"? It's embarassing. Don't be caught listening to this album when there's anyone else in the room.

From: Eric 1984 Date: March 3, 2004 at 19:57
Tarzen isn't a spanish band,Danny and Michael Peyronel are from Argentina,Danny played in UFO and in Riff(argentinian band)with his brother,Michael appears in the credits of the film "Highlander".The guitarist Salvador Domingez is from Spain and Ralph Hood is from England(he played before in Grand Prix).I'm from Argentina and I saw personally Michael Peyronel in a Riff concert in 10 of May of 2002, I have their two albums, they have a good production.For info and talk email me:jk_803@hotmail.com

From: krisglam Date: April 15, 2004 at 16:38
El disco debut se lanzaría primero en Europa, para después llegar a Argentina. Realizaron una gira presentando este material por Estados Unidos, teloneando a TWISTER SISTER. Para la grabación de la segunda placa, "Es una selva ahí afuera" (1989), Danny reemplaza en el bajo a Hood. También se editó una versión con temas en inglés que se llamó "Madrid" y es casi desconocida hasta en España.Esta es la primera banda con un integrate ibérico que recorrió Estados Unidos. krisglam@yahoo.com.ar

From: Dean Date: December 31, 2004 at 19:28
Bought this on vinyl for a quarter, listened to it once, wasn't impressed and set it aside. A couple of years later I threw this on and was totally suprised by some decent straight foward hard rock, Reminded me alot of TT Quick and Fastway. Maybe even a little Y&T in there as well. Not as bad as some of the comments here suggest.

From: xavi Date: June 4, 2005 at 10:41
tarzen no era un grupo natal de españa. aparte de salvador claro. pero en esa epoca estavan afincados en españa

From: ninjapeter Date: August 7, 2005 at 2:59
Absolutely wonderful album, I love it a lot. I rate this 9/10. I have it on cassette and would would be thrilled to have it on cd. Can anyone please tell me where I can get it on cd?

From: rick kerch vzla Date: July 4, 2011 at 19:29
This is the debut of the spanish based band Tarzen...comprised of one british guy(Ralph Hood)two argentinians(Danny & Michael Peyronel)& one spanish/venezuelan(Salvador Dominguez)...not as good as their second release but still pretty enjoyable...faves o' mine are "Taboo","Running With The Wrong Guys"(reminded me of Fastway with Lea Hart),"Shout That Name","Tarzen" & "Drum Talk"...80/100


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