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Love Is for Suckers Import

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Love Is for Suckers + You Can't Stop Rock `N' Roll
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1. Wake Up (The Sleeping Gia
2. Hot Love
3. Love Is For Suckers
4. I'm So Hot For You
5. Tonight
6. Me And The Boys
7. One Bad Habit
8. I Want This Night (To Las
9. You Are All That I Need
10. Yeah Right!

Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 9, 1995)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 1995
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Wea International
  • ASIN: B0000074LY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #311,728 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Kuroneko1 on July 2, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Tis album was unfortunately the swansong of the band. It was overlooked and underrated by the critics. Real American Rock lovers however dont take it that way. Hard core fans may disagree but for my personal opinion this is the best Twisted release ever. Songs were all catchy and album just gets better and better with every listening. Even the gaps between songs are so short this album is guaranteed to leave you breathless. From the great opener "wake up" to the last cut a twisted rollercoaster take the listener to the heaven of hard rock of 80s. Just for the song "hot love" this album can be purchased. Album cover is also one of my personal favourites ever. If you are in the good ol' US hard rock of 80s dont miss this one.They dont make them they used to. A damn good & twisted release.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By W.R. Ranger on April 13, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I liked the album to begin with, and I like it even more with the bonus songs. There is one thing everyone seems to agree upon. This is not the usual TS album. The 'Live at Wacken' extras, and I think the behind the music special, tell us that this was supposed to be a Dee Snider solo record, but the label wanted a TS album. In retrospect, after 'Come Out And Play' I think a change of pace was good for TS. That gives us 'Love Is For Suckers'. I thought the album cover was a creative illustration for the title. I have to agree that 'Wake Up (The Sleeping Giant)' and 'Yeah Right!' are the heavy hitters on this one. Wake Up could have been a huge hit had it arrived a couple years sooner. The overall content is different in its references to women/sex, but that goes with the theme of the title. The music does come across softer than previous TS offerings as well. Songs like the title track, 'Me And The Boys', 'One Bad Habit', and 'Tonight' are solid tracks. 'Hot Love', 'I'm So Hot For You', and 'You Are All That I Need', which are good songs, really represent the rock scene in the late eighties. Had Bon Jovi or Poison put these out they probably would have been hits... but Twisted Sister? Good songs, just out of character.
I really enjoyed the bonus songs. 'If That's What You Want' and 'Feel Appeal' are the strongest I would say.
I give this remastered album 4 stars. I would give the original 1987 version 3 stars.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Johny Bottom on February 26, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Yes folks, it was a sad time indeed, the 80's and all it's glory and silliness was coming to a close. Sadder yet was the fate of Twisted Sister. The monster steam-rolling band that exploded onto the scene, exited with barely a whisper. Gone was the makeup and outrageous outfits. Now they were dressed like leather-clad bikers, but their time was over. Too bad too, considering this was a good album.
I remember the day I bought the tape. I was walking home from work and it was pretty damn cold. I had a few bucks to burn, so on the way home I stopped at a record store. Even though 'Love is for Suckers' hadn't been out that long. I walked home listening to it. Back then when I walked everywhere, my WalkMan was a must have.
I remember walking the rest of the way home listening to the first song, 'Wake up the Sleeping Giant'. My favorite tune on the album, great opener. The title track is awesome, as is 'Hot Love', 'Me and the Boys' (ode to the infamous boy's night out and rock n roll) and the touching tongue in cheek) "You are all that I need'. Sorry, can't tell you anything about the 'new' tracks, but I'm sure they are good with Dee at the helm.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By James Walsh on July 1, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Twisted Sister is credited as being one of the original and most influential sleaze rock bands ever. But, not all of their records are remembered. Of course, Stay Hungry will always have a place in the annals of metal history with classic cuts like "I Wanna Rock," "We're Not Gonna Take It," and my personal favorite Twisted Sister song ever which is also the title track of that record. But, Love is for Suckers is not quite as remembered. As a matter of fact, I'm a big "SMF" and even I hadn't heard the 1987 release until recently.
I assumed it was some "swing and a miss" record that would just be a dust collecting jewel case in my CD library... Boy, was I off on that one!
The album opens up with such a cool track. Arnold Schwarzenegger used "We're Not Gonna Take It" as his campaign theme when he ran (and became) Governor of California. President Bush should use this track, "Wake Up the Sleeping Giant" as his campaign theme. It is about being pushed too far and fighting back. Sounds like it fits, doesn't it?
Hot Love is up next. Hot Love is the only track off the record I actually heard on the radio a few times. This song is such a cool hair metal track. I can't help but sing the chorus out loud which is a problem if you are wearing headphones and happen to be in a quiet environment. That's a good way to see the inside of a padded van, actually.
The title track "Love is For Suckers" follows next. Another cool song! And, at some point or another, we've all felt the things Dee sings about here. Something about this track reminds me of Alice Cooper's more up beat 80's material.
"I'm so Hot for You" and "Tonight" are cool "commercial friendly" songs.
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