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Sign in Please Original recording remastered, Extra tracks

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2008 reissue of the L.A. Metal band's debut album, originally released in 1984. Feted and championed by the Hard Rock cognoscenti (supporters included Motley Crue and Ozzy Osbourne), this Los Angeles based quintet made all the right noises by packing both melody and muscle into their music; highly valuable commodities that found Autograph reaching a level of success that would see them out perform most of the competition. Sign in Please was, then, the bands highly praised debut album, unleashing a beast of significant fire power and songs that would stand not only the test of time but would also improve with age including the classic hit single 'Turn Up the Radio'. Taped by renowned British producer Neil Kernon (Queensryche, Dokken etc) the album exudes Class-A hard rock all the way with big hooks and solid riffs. Rock Candy.

1. Send Her to Me
2. Turn up the Radio
3. Night Teen & Non-Stop
4. Cloud 10
5. Deep End
6. My Girlfriend's Boyfriend Isn't Me
7. Thrill of Love
8. Friday
9. In the Night
10. All I'm Gonna Take

Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 11, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Extra tracks
  • Label: Rock Candy
  • ASIN: B001KL3H2G
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #131,460 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 19, 1999
Format: Audio CD
Greetings my fellow autograph friends. I would jusy like to say this album rocks from beginning to end. I discovered Autograph in late 1998 while browsing through an old Circus magazine I had brought at a Kiss convention. I saw the ad for 'Sign In Please' and figured I`d go out and buy it. I have to admit, the first time I played it I wasn`t that impressed, but after a few listens it really grew on me and has become one of my all-time favorites. This CD has everything; great choruses, razor sharp guitar playing with awesome solos and pounding, grooving drums with a splash of electronics..........I could go on and on. This CD is awesome and is definitely worth a try, especially if you don`t own it or if you are a fan of 80s metal. As for their other two follow ups, 'That`s the Stuff' and 'Loud and Clear,' they are also excellent CDs, if you can find them. 'Loud and Clear' wasn`t too hard to find, but 'That`s the Stuff' is extemely difficult to locate and if you do be prepared to fork out well over a hundred bucks for this rare CD. Anyway, 'Sign in Please' is a great album and in my mind is an underrated 80s metal classic.
P.S. Does anybody have a time machine out there? I hate the 90`s.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Zane on January 2, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Autograph is a good band; too bad they got overshadowed by other hair metal bands like Poison and Cinderella. There's so much more here than just the big hit "Turn up the Radio". "Girlfriends Boyfriend" and "Non-stop" are great tunes too. If you can find That's the Stuff, it's great too. I'm lucky enough to have the tape; I heard it's out of print now. By the way---the lead singer, Steve Plunkett---he's the one who sings the theme song for the show 7th Heaven.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Justin G. TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 4, 2012
Format: Audio CD
Originally release in 1985, Sign in Please was the debut album from Los Angeles-based rockers Autograph, one of the hardest working but least acclaimed bands from the LA scene in the 1980s. The band helped usher in the hair metal era, and their brand of melodic rock had a fantastic pop sensibility. They really should have been big names, but for whatever reason they never broke through to that superstar level.

Sign in Please is a totally enjoyable melodic rock album with a solid hard rock backbone, some irresistible melodies, just enough keyboards, and a great vocal performance from Steve Plunkett, who remains one of the most underrated songwriters in melodic rock to this day. The album (and indeed the band) is best remembered for the ultra-catchy rock anthem "Turn Up the Radio," but the whole album is party rock perfection. "Send Her to Me" and "All I'm Gonna Take" are fantastic AOR songs, and songs like "My Girlfriend's Boyfriend Isn't Me," "Cloud 10" and "Nighteen & Non-Stop" are great upbeat rock songs. This is one of those albums that may feel dated now, but still has the power to get your toes tapping and put a smile on your face.

Sign in Please was the first of three great melodic rock albums from Autograph in the `80s, and it remains their most successful (and arguably, their best) release. If you're a fan of the `80s hair metal/melodic rock/AOR sounds, you have to have some Autograph in your collection, and Sign in Please is the perfect place to start.

Edition Notes: Sign in Please (as well as That's The Stuff and
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 30, 1999
Format: Audio CD
Xcellent CD Need to get their other hits on CD from " That's the Stuff" too!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sal Nudo VINE VOICE on April 18, 2000
Format: Audio CD
According to Wikipedia, Autograph head honcho Steve Plunkett thought up his band's name after hearing Def Leppard's "Photograph" on the radio. This tidbit doesn't surprise me, given that Autograph's exciting, high-energy brand of music is right out of the Leppard playbook: larger-than-life choruses that surge magically from the speakers, memorable guitar hooks, melody in spades, and party animal lyrics are all part of the act. The way Autograph attained its name, meanwhile, is allegedly part of L.A. lore that found its way to Wikipedia.

The classic "Turn Up the Radio" is, in my opinion, one of the greatest sing-along rock `n' roll anthems of all time. But dig deeper into "Sign in Please" and other melodic treasures await. In particular, "Thrill of Love" was a total hit waiting to happen -- that for some reason never happened. Yes, inane lyrics and a clichéd 1980s heavy metal style run rampant on tunes like "Night Teen and Non-Stop" and "Friday," but these transgressions can be forgiven since Autograph possessed a real passion to please, which translates to musically pleasing numbers.

Interestingly, mixed in with the glossily layered choruses and cleverly inserted keyboard parts are raw, sometimes strained, vocals by Plunkett and thunderous, in-your-face drums by Keni Richards. This fine balance between Leppard-like studio precision and a devil-may-care Sunset Strip attitude is a credit to the band and producer Neil Kernon. For every gorgeous moment like the synthesizer work by Steven Isham on the inspirational "Cloud 10," Autograph make sure to remind people that they're a live band at heart who opened for huge bands like Van Halen -- rough-and-tumble tunes like "Deep End" and "All I'm Gonna Take" make sure of that.
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