Here We Go Again (US Edition) [Explicit]

November 21, 2010 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: November 21, 2010
  • Label: Matzoh-Ball Music
  • Copyright: 2010 Matzoh-Ball Music
  • Total Length: 56:02
  • Genres:
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B004BN9OGI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #109,902 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

SR-71 is the greatest band ever, and this is definitely their best album.
Randall Hoffman
This is the best album I have heard in a long time and I think anyone who has the chance to hear it will agree.
Chris Kaiser
Unfortunately, this third release is not up to par with their previous efforts.
thegreatjustino

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Chris Kaiser on April 12, 2005
Format: Audio CD
You can tell the state of music in the US is at an all time low when an incredible CD like HERE WE GO AGAIN by SR-71 is not available at stores here in the States. This is the best album I have heard in a long time and I think anyone who has the chance to hear it will agree. SR-71 wrote the song 1985 that was made popular by Bowling For Soup and every song on the CD is even better than that song. Axl Rose would be a sure hit and the cover of Peter Gabriel's IN YOUR EYES comes to life and really rocks. The music industry continues to shove rap and other no talent acts down our throats and ignores great bands like SR-71 who should be heard. People in Japan and Europe are lucky that they can easily obtain these great AMERICAN bands. I sure wish everyone else could. Go to SR-71's web site and order this CD and you will not be sorry. It's a little pricey for a single disc but it is well worth it and they have fast delivery.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By JT Naylor on February 22, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I'm not overexaggerating the five-star rating. This album is genuinely great - pretty much every track is highly enjoyable. SR-71 should bring this to the U.S. if they have any sense. 'Axl Rose' would be a sure hit, as well as 'Mosquito' and the title track. This is a great album. However, it's cheaper at their site, and they have great shipping. Buy it already!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amanda Purol on June 25, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Admittedly, I'm a big SR-71 fan. They're my local, Baltimore boys and I've seen them in concert several times. As far as their music goes, I LOVED 'Now You See Inside' but wasn't incredibly bowled over by 'Tomorrow' (though it had its good points IE: She Was Dead, Lucky.) Having seen them live though, I could forgive one pretty crap album and when I heard the live performances of Axl Rose, All American, Here We Go Again, and 1895... as well as In Your Eyes... I just kept thinking.
"Wow, even if all the other songs on the album are complete crap... five good ones is worth the money I'd pay for the CD."
So I bought it, and I'm not disappointed at all.
I absolutely LOVE the remake of 'In Your Eyes'. In concert it's less than polished and always seemed sort of impromptu and disorderly... but they've ironed all that out for the CD and come up with a FANTASTIC rendition of an old favorite.
There are fun songs like 'Mosquito' and '1985'... and for the real rockers out there there's 'Blood and Bourbon' with a heavy base line and ear-blowing tempo.
All in all... the only thing that I don't like about this album is the fact that I had to send all the way to Japan to get a copy.
Not sure if Mitch Allen's solo shot is going to make it... but, for his sake, I hope it does.
I look forward to hearing the American release.
A.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By 2ndnature218 on July 13, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Sigh - I had such great hopes for these guys. From their first two albums, it seemed that SR-71 were bringing something new to our lives, a punky boy band who actually had intelligence behind their semi-cutesy, "bad boys really" image. They had (or had produced for them)a tight guitar sound with an occasional tendency towards ingenuity - and genuine emotion behind some of their songs. See "Last Man On The Moon" or "Another Night Alone" if you don't believe me. What's changed? Well, not much, and that's part of the problem. When they get it right on this, like "Axl Rose", they're witty, slightly cruel, and sound great. The cover of "In Your Eyes" lights me up every time I hear it, and is one of few covers that adds something to the original. If they'd written it themselves, it would be worth the ridiculous import cost alone (it's not as if it was recorded in Japan, is it?) "Gone" rocks, and "Mosquito" does very well too, thank you. "1985" is basically another "Axl Rose" but nowhere near as tight or clever, and the rest of the album is divided between those similar to previous songs, but tired ("Here We Go Again" could be called "Right Now" part 3, but NOWHERE near as good as episode II, "She Was Dead") and those that sound like they're trying to figure out something new and interesting to do, and getting it wrong - every single time. Hope springs eternal that they will find a direction that works for them, because there's untapped talent remaining - talk of lack of interest by labels in their album is concerning - but they can't stay where they are for much longer, and their initial wanderings away from what they know have, unfortunately, not been as brave or clever as they have proved they can be.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By S. Conley on July 20, 2004
Format: Audio CD
SR-71 did a good job with this but it is not as good as their other 2 albums. this is only avalible in japan unfortunetly. but good new is on August 24 MITCH ALLAN (lead vocalist for the band) is coming out with his own album called "IN YOUR EYES". this is not the breaking of sr-71 its just something they had to do. then later on SR-71 is coming out with another album posibably to be called 'clawing my way to the middle' or something like that. they will have some songs from "HERE WE GO AGAIN" on there albums coming out in america but not all.

List of songs on "HERE WE GO AGAIN"

Axl Rose

In Your Eyes

Gone

1985

Mosquito

Here We Go Again

All American

Blue Light Special Life

15 Minute Idol

The One

Everything

Bonus Tracks

*Blood & Bourbon

*She Was Dead(Demo)

I hope this all help

Rock on SR
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