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Thunder - Laughing On Judgement Day (1992)

2-09-2015, 16:15

Thunder - Laughing On Judgement Day (1992)

Artist: Thunder
Title Of Album: Laughing On Judgement Day
Year Of Release: 1992
Label: EMI
Genre: Hard Rock
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 01:14:52
Total Size: 244 Mb


01. Does It Feel Like Love?
02. Everybody Wants Her
03. Low Life In High Places
04. Laughing On Judgement Day
05. Empty City
06. Today The World Stopped Turning
07. Long Way From Home
08. Fire To Ice
09. Feeding The Flame
10. A Better Man
11. The Moment Of Truth
12. Flawed To Perfection
13. Like A Satellite
14. Baby I'll Be Gone
15. With A Little Help From My Friends

For a while there, it seemed as though England's Thunder might follow in the footsteps of Def Leppard or Whitesnake and actually conquer America with their powerful melodic hard rock. But, when faced with the ever more hostile musical environment of the early вАШ90s (read: Seattle), all they managed was a smattering of critical support and a number of hit singles in their homeland. Still, despite producing but one big hit in the infectious, horn-punctuated "Everybody Wants Her," Thunder's sophomore album, 1992's Laughing on Judgement Day, was anything but a slump, and may in fact have been the strongest all-around effort of the group's career. Among the highlights, "The Moment of Truth" and "Today the World Stopped Turning" packed massive, irresistible choruses, while "Low Life in High Places" and "Empty City" provided stunning showcases for the formidably soulful voice of singer Danny Bowes (a latter day David Coverdale, in the best sense). Even borderline sonic relics like the partly funky "The Moment of Truth" and "Fire to Ice" (which bordered on AOR) were meticulously constructed from the ground up -- not that this meant much in the face of grunge. So even though there was not a single obvious clunker among Laughing on Judgement Day's 14 tracks, Thunder's sound was sadly already yesterday's news, and the band would never again replicate the achievements of its early career.

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