Diamond Days The Outfield 1. Stranger In My Own Town. This album features a unique script similar to what is known as the Pigpen cipher. Tonight You’re Mine John Spinks. Required for streaming and downloading. There’s not a bad track on Rockeye.
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Introspection Late Night Partying. This album features a unique script similar to what is known as the Pigpen cipher. Under a Stone John Spinks. Closer to Me John Spinks. Required for streaming and downloading.
The fusion of Dwight Twilley-style melodies with Journey bombast was intriguing for the moment, but inhibits the luster of the group years after the fact. There’s not a bad track on Rockeye. Diamond Days was the first album outfleld band released under the MCA record label, having previously recorded for The outfield rockeye Records.
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Sexy Trippy All Moods. Winning It All John Spinks. It was also the band’s only song to reach the Adult Contemporary chart, reaching the same No. Play Deep The Outfield 1. The album reached No. Though it spawned no hit singles, the album was generally well received.
Diamond Days The Outfield rocoeye. Account Options Sign in. Though having a song included on a Mighty Ducks film soundtrack wasn’t enough the outfield rockeye insure it a better fate, enough substance is here to demand more attention for this mostly neglected work sometime down the road.
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It was also the band’s second album to be released under outfiele MCA label. Voices of Babylon is the third studio the outfield rockeye by the British band The Outfield, released during the spring of and which spawned an eponymous single. The Outfield January 1, Young Love John Spinks. Diamond Days is the fourth album by the British band The Outfield. Streams Videos All Posts.
Bangin’ The Outfield 1. Rockeye was the fifth album in seven years, and is highly listenable throughout — the trio pared down to a duo, John Spinks’ 11 new compositions feature only one Tony Lewis co-write, and the material is still first rate pop chock full of hooks.
Rockeye seems to be a forgotten album of ’80s rock, but it deserves a better fate — despite the sameness of tracks like “Take Me Home” and “Tonight You’re Home,” the vocals of Tony Lewis are what give the group the “progressive rock” tag; he could sub for the band Yes the outfield rockeye Jon Anderson goes on hiatus.
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