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Don't Just Stand There Import

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1987 sophomore album for the Canadian heavy metal act. 12 tracks including the singles, 'Dance Desire', 'Black & Blue', 'Fire', 'Thinkin' About the Years', & one bonus track, 'Oh Oh Oh (Why Can't It Be Me Tonight)'. Attic.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Dance Desire
  2. One Heart Affair
  3. Black And Blue
  4. Fire
  5. Man Enough
  6. Hard Reaction
  7. Affection
  8. Seperate Dreams
  9. Angel
  10. Thinkin About The Years
  11. Dance Desire (Basuchi Mix)
  12. Oh Oh Oh (Why Cant It Be Me Tonight) (Bonus Track)


Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 1, 2008)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 2008
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Unidisc
  • ASIN: B00007LL1E
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #472,936 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Haywire came from Prince Edward's Island, and what a cool band it was.
This is their 2nd release, and tracks like "Dance Desire" (with a cool bass line) and "Black And Blue" make the album worth getting.
"Man Enough" is a great ballad, where "Thinkin' About The Years" is a little more introspective, though a cool ballad as well.Please, remember we're talking 1988 here, so there's gonna be a lot of keyboards playing along those screaming guitars...all melodic, of course.
"Separate Dreams", "Fire" and "Angel" are just the material MTV and radios were after back then.
Ridiculous hair and weird clothes on the cover, but the music is way far from that...I miss Canada in '88...
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first of all...this is "NOT" a heavy metal band, this is AOR/melodic rock, ala Bon Jovi, Glass Tiger, Honeymoon Suite,Loverboy, just to mention a few.

this is very melodic keyboard based rock, listen to songs like: "dance desire" "black and blue" "fire", for a starter.

if you like AOR/melodic rock----this is a must for your collection.
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Nope, this is more like album #1, 1986's underrated classic "Bad Boys" but with more of a groovier, dirtier R&B underpinning...with some heavier riffs thrown into the mix which indicate where the band is going next...Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada rockers Haywire is one band that can confuse music fans who DON'T think outside the box...this is because every album (of 4) is drastically different from each other. #1, "Bad Boys" (1986) is new wavy powerpop with strong melodies and keyboard focus and electronic drums...#2, this album (1987), I will elaborate...#3, "Nuthouse" (1990) is more blues-based hard rock, minimal keyboards or more mixed in, but with the strong melodies and Paul's great vocals, and #4, "Get Off" (1992) is a mix of hard powerpop with R&B, blues, dance music and a prog experimentalism, which may sound odd but they pull it off...but back to "Don't Just Stand There"...

This was the first album I ever heard and bought (on VINYL) by the band, as I went to school in Plattsburgh, NY, very close to the Canadian border and an hour south of Montreal, Quebec...at the time, I was obsessed with Canadian rock music, and wanted to discover bands not exposed to US audiences, soooo I was in a Montreal record store, a Sam The Record Man (I think, not sure if that chain is still around now, but it was then), and looked for unfamiliar but cool-sounding-and looking-band names and album covers...saw this Haywire album, it looked appealing and had a hunch about it, so I bought it blindly...one of the best blind purchases I have ever made, as I've been loving this band's music ever since...and it's 2014 now?? I now have the 4 albums on CD...I may have to buy this reissue because of the bonus track!! Had no idea Unidisc reissued this thing in 2008, but good thing I looked!!
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