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Wild Horses

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1991

Label: Atlantic

Catalog Number: 7 82275-2

Average Rating: 86 / 100 (12 ratings)

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Personnel
John Levesque lead vocals, guitars
Rick Steier lead guitar, vocals
Chris Lester bass, vocals
James Kottak drums, percussion, vocals
Tracks
1.  Cool Me Down  
2.  Had Enough of Your Love  
3.  Your Love is Junk  
4.  The River Song  
5.  Fire and Water  
6.  N.Y.C. Heartbreaker  
7.  Whiskey Train  
8.  Tougher Than Love  
9.  Day in the Sun  
10.  Matter of the Heart  
11.  Burn it Up  
12.  Tell Me Something Good  

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From: Mark Date: August 12, 2001 at 17:32
Quality hair metal for lovers of Poison and Warrant. Singer has a cool voice, good production, and a number of good tunes. The cover is OUTSTANDING!

From: WidoMakr Date: January 18, 2002 at 16:06
Mark...what the hell u smoking...these guyz BLOW!...they arent worth wiping the asses of Warrant/Poison let alone sounding like them....very very dissapointed in the sound...quote the Widomakr...never more...

From: Tarantula Date: April 5, 2002 at 9:52
Dude, I don't think he said they were as GOOD AS Warrant and Poison, just that they sound along the same lines. And that never more thing got old after the 6000th time you used it. I happen to like this album pretty well.

From: David Date: April 15, 2002 at 6:35
I'm so happy to say this excellent hard rock party band have decided to make a comeback and bringing out a new album in the future on Z Records. It's just amazing to think that a couple of years ago melodic hard rock was pretty much dead, but now most of them have made comebacks. Poison,Warrant,Giant,House Of Lords,Hardline,Ratt,Skid Row, Danger Danger just to name a few and with bands like Firehouse and Slaughter still going and new bands like Atello and Silent Witness it's just so exciting!

From: Tony Date: May 7, 2002 at 15:29
Listened to this last night and pretty good melodic metal. I was actually amazed by the guitar work as I don't remember Steier being this good in Warrant. Nothing jaw dropping here but worth checking out. By the by NO WHITE GUYS SHOULD EVER be allowed to cover a Stevie Wonder tune!!! As a white guy I'M embarassed at their attempt to sound 'funky' here on 'Tell Me Something Good'. Guys with mullets do not have the funk man, end of story. Besides that definitely worth a listen.

From: AORMASTER Date: May 15, 2002 at 19:25
So who in this band had a mullet? do you know what a mullet is? These guys had their hair all one length. DUH! More 80's pop artists had mullets than the hard rockers.

From: Tony Date: May 17, 2002 at 16:49
It was more a generalizing statement about metal fans at the time, not the band members. Settle down.

From: jarett r. Date: August 10, 2002 at 11:13
wild horses members rick steier and james kottak were once IN warrant.

From: brent Date: August 11, 2002 at 3:55
stuff the in depth musical knowledge. I just ilke it. Bought bareback for $5 years ago and it's the best CD i've got. Why did they ever give up ?.

From: Gar Date: August 16, 2002 at 2:53
Pretty average hair band. Steir and Kottak left Kingdom Come to form this band, before joining Warrant. 'Cool Me Down' is a good song, the rest are ok. Nothing to write home about, but not bad either.

From: James Date: November 13, 2002 at 20:35
TONY.....No White Guy should ever cover a Stevie Wonder song? Three words Stevie Ray Vaughan, he did a fantastic job on Superstition.

From: The Fizzy One Date: November 13, 2002 at 21:11
How about if I said no sighted guys should cover Stevie Wonder? Then what would ya do?

From: jarett r. Date: December 15, 2002 at 9:33
i've heard that wild horses's original singer was johnny edwards, but was replaced by john levesque. johnny edwards and james kottak also played together in buster brown and montrose.

From: Trick Taylor Date: December 23, 2002 at 5:26
I expected a lot more out of this one. 'The River Song' showcases the singers distinctive voice. Unfortunately, that voice does not always work through out the album. 'NYC Heartbreaker' sounds like 5 songs smashed together. 'Cool Me Down' is as boring as Jet Red (just wanted to use Jet Red reference). I for one liked their version of 'Tell Me Something...', kudos for at least trying it. Painfully plain, but better than Poison. Don't get me started on that bunch...

From: HG Date: January 6, 2003 at 3:25
A bit commercial sounding, but well-executed and catchy. Not my favorite disc in the world, but it gets some play in my car every once in a while.

From: BLITZKILL Date: April 16, 2003 at 9:56
Good stuff, acquired cheap and was highly satified, for sure better than some of the stuff (BLue BLud) going for outrageous prices on ebay.

From: Bellasguitar Date: June 1, 2003 at 1:34
Cool Me Dowwwnnn!!!Long Live Hard Rock of the 80zzz.Keep The Faith

From: David Date: October 15, 2003 at 9:18
Has anyone heard their new release yet?

From: Dean Date: December 3, 2003 at 21:35
Holy Whitesnake- not bad but NOT original in the slightest

From: Livebait Date: January 7, 2004 at 0:02
Who cares about originality? Isn't that why we all always listen to hard rock music? As long as it rocks your goddam soul who cares? At first when I heard this cd I wasn't taken, but it grew on me hugely and now I rate it as one of the gems in my collection. Sounds like these guys had a lot of fun making this album and it really shows in the energy of the songs. My kind of Rock'n Roll.

From: ROB GARCIA Date: February 1, 2004 at 6:49
erm...let me put it this way!...if david coverdale was the lead singer in this band ,this album wouldve been a much better follow up to the '1987' album than 'sleep of the tongue' was;get the picture!...but hey! dont get me wrong this is an excellent melodic rock album in its own right.

From: Cruise Date: March 5, 2004 at 19:35
These guys got lost in the mix back in '91 but this is a great hard rock album by some very good musicians. I wonder what they must've sounded like with Johnny Edwards on vocals before he jumped ship for Foreigner? John Levesque is a very good replacement tho'.

From: Joe Dolan Date: March 5, 2004 at 22:39
John Levesque, if you read this, contact me immediately. We have some mutual friends from back in the Northbridge, MA era, and I want to discuss some musical stuff with you. Thanks - www.retrospectrecords.com - Joe Dolan

From: Dan Friml Date: March 12, 2004 at 12:12
Just got this album and I think it's great piece of 90's hard rock! Great songs, great sound and production, great musicians... I like it much better than their second one...

From: Big Papa K Date: June 18, 2004 at 2:57
Decent third rate hard blue hair metal (how's that for a description?). Nothing sticks out too much, but nothing is too bad on the album either. 6/10

From: Geoff Date: August 17, 2004 at 1:44
Very ordinary hard rock, but here I go again (Warning!!!) and I am again going to rave about ballads. The two on this, 'The river song' and 'Matter of the heart' are so f*cking good and easily worth the low price of the CD alone. Aside from those two, it is very average, but a good band in regards to individual member's talents.

From: Rocker76 Date: February 21, 2005 at 10:04
Though I easily prefer Kottak and Steier's work in Kingdom Come, this was not a bad album at all. I'm not a fan of the ballads on this one, preferring to stick to the uptempo rockers which were plentiful. Cool Me Down, Had Enough Of Your Love, & Tougher Than Love stand out in my memory as cool 80s metal tracks. No weak songs, but some could have used a little more power or edge (esp. the ballads). But def. worth the $$$ if you find a good used copy.

From: Date: April 29, 2005 at 15:00
If you like hair metal this is essential.That´s all folks!!!!!

From: Joshy St. Jaimz Date: October 15, 2005 at 6:34
These guys rock!! If you like any of the hard rock/glam bands that saw success in the late 80s/early 90s, than you need this disc. 'Cool Me Down', 'Had Enough of your Love', 'Burn It Up', 'Tougher Than Love', 'Fire and Water' are all classy rockers which don't disappoint. One of my current favs!

From: IronSaviour Date: November 7, 2006 at 21:01
Bottom line, if you enjoy Melodic Hard Rock/Metal, then you can't go wrong with this release.

From: motown Date: January 17, 2008 at 5:06
THE DRUMS ON 'TELL ME SOMETHING GOOD ARE A JOKE. JOHN LEVESQUE PERFORMS IN VEGAS IN A MOTOWN REVIEW THAT FEATURES ORIGINAL MOTOWN ARTISTS. TELL ME SOMETHING ABOUT THAT.

From: Maxi Date: April 9, 2008 at 13:03
A Damn Good Hard Rock Album!!! check out the ballads ' the river song'...fantastic!! 8.5/10

From: edwithmj Date: March 25, 2009 at 11:04
Not bad at all. I can hear Warrant, Hurricane and Cinderella in this album and it definitely grabs my attention by the first listen. 85/100

From: hair metal again Date: November 19, 2009 at 0:32
important hair metal release by the great WILD HORSES.when you have such terrific musucians,keith olsen in production and the money of atlantic record company ,nothing can go wrong.for me this is under rated and should have earned more respect among hard rockers.great sound,feel good attitude,and many many strong songs.come on everybody listen to it again after so many years and you will see its high quality hard rock music,better than the recent releases.it s just a matter of the heart!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 21, 2011 at 21:14
For me this album rocks pretty good guys!!! ... early 90's Hard Rock...where people still believed that any other kind of music genre was gonna kill Hard Rock and Rock in general...(you'd better ask Dave Ghrol )...anyway..."Cool Me Down","Your Love Is Junk","The River Song"(solid ballad),"Fire & Water"(ala Bad Company ),"Whiskey Train" & "Matter Of The Heart"(love this one,AOR feel all over!)...are my favorites...up to you guys...90/100

From: petermexico Date: September 10, 2012 at 15:57
Good album from ex-Kingdom Come members, nothing new, just early 90´s hard rock. Another band and record that dissapear in the 90´s grunge revolution. Un disco más de hard rock sin pretensiones que pasó sin pena ni gloria debido a la falta de promoción y al boom del sonido grunge, buena colección de temas inéditos y alguno que otro cover, Un disco disfrutable para todos aquellos que amamos el rock ochentero.


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