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Dawn Patrol

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Media Type: CD
Artist: NIGHT RANGER
Title: DAWN PATROL
Street Release Date: 07/27/1987
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Genre: ROCK/POP
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 27, 1987)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Geffen
  • ASIN: B000002PB2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,972 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Andrew Fortuine on June 26, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Recorded and released without all the hype and expectations of their later albums allowed Night Ranger to do on Dawn Patrol what it did best--record rocking anthems that shredded while staying true to its melodic roots. On Dawn Patrol, the Night Ranger formula of dueling guitars, in-your-face keyboards, thundering drums, and good songwriting melded into a rocking album from start to finish (notably, with no ballads). Though some of their most classic songs would came later, Dawn Patrol is Night Ranger's best album overall.
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I'll never forget the first time I heard Night Ranger's "Dawn Patrol." A couple of friends played "Don't Tell Me You Love Me" for me, and I was in air guitar heaven. That track blazes!! One of my friends said that it was incredible that two guitarists as good as Brad Gillis and Jeff Watson made it into the same band. How true. The best thing about this album is how it flows, maintaining a rocking yet melodic form throughout. I saw Night Ranger live in 1984 and again in 1999; they showcased their awesome talent as musicians on both occasions. They sounded great live. My favorite thing about this album is the unique guitar style of Brad Gillis. As soon as you hear his expressive solos, you know it is him, wailing away on his red guitar. I think this album shows the group at its rockin' best, before the pressure to conform to radio based hits took its toll. Check out "Can't Find Me a Thrill," "Eddie's Comin' Out Tonight," and "Night Ranger(the song)" for a chance to kick out the jams. Catch you on the Dawn Patrol, my rockin' brothers & sisters.
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The problem with all Night Ranger albums is sound quality. Night ranger is a terrific band, this is a terrific album, but after buying three versions over the years, imports etc--there are no quality remasters. The audio sounds weak on all versions. Every Night Ranger album needs to do a serious quality remaster on every album! The band is worth it, the albums are worth it. Any, I for one, will buy them all. Until this occurs, I can not waste any more money on NR.
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This was Night Rangers debut album and when I heard it in 1983 on the radio.. I raced to camelot music store in the mall and purchased it..hit after freaking hit....it was a cassette you did not need to fast forward...you just put it in and let the pioneer super tuner work its magic....hooked up to 4 sparkomatic 6x9s in the back 2 6inch Jensen's in the door and 2 kraco hi range tweeters in the dash all pushed by a sparkomatic 200 watt 10 band egaulizer....cranking those songs down Daytona Beach A1A and Vern just fired up a hog leg....yep....I remember...super awesome album...there will never be music like this again...just so glad I lived in this era ...and it still is fresh today in 2015 to me...I loved it...still do...always will.
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I get irritated with people who think that all Night Ranger entails is "Sister Christian". That is a fantastic hit from the also-5-star "Midnight Madness" album, but this band has had so much quality material. At the top of the list is this album. I have owned it on cassette for probably over 15 years, but am listening to it today for the first time on CD (via Amazon.com). All I can say is--unbelieveable still after all these years. "Don't Tell Me You Love Me" has one of the catchiest solos of all time. "Eddie's Coming Out Tonight" is a killer rocker, as is "Night Ranger" (the song). There is not one weak track on this amazing album--which sounds better than ever on CD. Very underrated album (by the public in general) by a very underrated band.
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but if people say the sound quality of this edition is bad, I will believe it. One thing I haven't read from glances of reviews is that nobody mentioned that a song is missing. If the track listing is correct for this edition, then "Can't find me a thrill" is missing. One of the best and hardest rocking songs on the whole album. What's up with that?!?!?
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Their masterpiece debut album in 1982 may not have huge hits as Sister Christian but the album as a whole shows what great rock is all about. Don't Tell Me You Love Me is a nice blasting opener copmparable to that Rock In America in Midnight Madness their second another excellent CD. Sing Me Away, dramatic power ballad literally makes me want to sing along. Eddie's Coming Around Tonight shows Alan Fitzerald's excellent keyboard with nice Brad's guitar riff. Overall their rock style may be close to Loverboy but with twin guitar performance by Brad and Jeff gave them clear distinction with keyboard laden Foreigner, Journey and yet retaining well-refined form of rock comparable to Survivor or Toto.
Essential for 80's rock lovers.
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By A Customer on June 21, 1998
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A bit uneven, but still strong, "Dawn Patrol" showcases the lead guitar work of Brad Gillis and Jeff Watson, who stuff each song with solos and riffs that set many young guitarists off and running. "Don't Tell Me You Love Me" remains an 80s rock standard, and though no other hits appear on the album, the polished harmonies and thundering drums of songs like "Night Ranger," "Eddie's Comin' Out Tonight," and "Play Rough" pretty much define the arena rock sound of the mid-80s.
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