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  • Audio CD (June 6, 2005)
  • Original Release Date: 2005
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Voices of Wonder
  • ASIN: B0009F2H34
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #957,919 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. In My Dreams
2. 667
3. Best Song In The World
4. Crazy Things
5. Bless The Night
6. Drop
7. No More Living On Lies
8. Out Of Time
9. Mine All Mine
10. Tell Me Where To Go
11. Car-Lyle
12. Erection
13. I Turn To You
14. A Long Way
15. Hard To Be A Rock 'N' Roller
16. Hard To Be A Rock 'N' Roller (Bonus Video)

Editorial Reviews

Wig Wam, the Norwegian Melodi Grand Prix (Mgp) Winner 2005, Will Be Remembered as the Glamrock Band who Redefined the Eurovision Song Contest under the Motto 'rock is the New Schlager'! Setting Norway on Fire with their Spectacular Performance in the Norwegian Final, Wig Wam is on Everyone's Lips. Wig Wams Eurovision Rock Song "in My Dreams" Has Made Its Mark in the Hearts and Souls of Both Youngsters and Rock'n Rollers as Well as the Common Norwegian People, and the Band Received a Gold Record Within a Few Weeks of the Final.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on December 18, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This band typify the fine, quality export of the Kingdom of Norway, I urge all Americans to purchase this album if they love quality rock!

-Karl Jansberg, Norweigan Ambassador to the USA
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By toto on January 15, 2006
Format: Audio CD
really great rock album,one of the best releases for 2005.Sounds like Hanoi Rocks and The Rasmus.A real hard/glam rock fan couldn`t be disapointed.
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Hard to be a Rock'n Roller is the debut album by Norwegian glam metal/melodic rock group Wig Wam originally released in 2005. At that time Wig Wam's mission statement was to revitalize glam metal as a genre and re-introduce `80s rock into the new millennium. The line up featured seasoned musicians of the genre who undertook nicknames; Glam (Age Sten Nilsen) on vocals, Teeny (Trond Holter) on guitars, Flash (Bernt Jansen) on bass and Sporty (Oysten Andersen) on drums.

"Hard to be..." effectively established "Wig Wam" amongst the leading forces- if not the leading force- in European hair metal bringing to front such party rock as "Bless the night", "No more living on lies", "The best song in the world" and the hit single "In my Dreams". Beyond the great songwriting which brought to front infectious grooves, unforgettable choruses and stimulating guitar melodies, each member proves an authority in their respective instrument. Age's vocal range works miracles on the tracklist altering his tone and vibrato effortlessly between songs; equally important is the contribution of Holter who is indeed the shredder on six-strings balancing speed and melody with admirable precision.

And it is that combination of stellar performances and to-the-point songwriting that makes "Hard to be..." such a joy to play over and over, more than seven years past its original release. No question, the "Wig Wam" debut is a contemporary classic of the glam metal genre that holds its own no matter the comparison, clearly a highlight in rock overall.
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