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  • Audio CD (May 8, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: November 8, 1994
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Run Time: 53 minutes
  • ASIN: B000001E6F
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,196 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Still Climbing by Cinderella

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This is one of my favorite Cinderella albums.
For anyone who is wanting new studio Cinderella check it out and for anyone else as dumb as I was that had given up on Cinderella get this album.
Not only is Cinderella a great rock band, but they've also toured with other great bands such as AC/DC.

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47 of 47 people found the following review helpful By tin2x on December 13, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Your record company (and you too) are disappointed with your last album's sales. Your mother dies of cancer. You're a singer and have throat surgery. This is just the most basic summary of what the situation was like for Cinderella's singer, songwriter, and lead guitar player Tom Keifer as the band tried to put this album together. They were some of the factors at work.
What comes out of this is an album with a decidedly dark and agressive aspect. Mercury tried to hype it as a return to the old Cinderella "attitude". Clearly they pushed for a record closer to "Night Songs" and "Long Cold Winter" feeling it would be more commercially viable. What they got though was a record that is almost sinister at times. This vibe is achieved largely through the first three songs. "Bad Attitude Shuffle" is just a great kiss off song, and uses the f-bomb for the first time on a Cinderella record. "Take Is Cheap" and "All Comes Down" follow in a moody, (...angry) vein. What follows is "Hard To Find The Words" which is Tom's song for his recently departed mother. "Blood From A Stone" is another song which talks about futility and being in tough times and is another raised middle finger to the world. This is not late 80's party music. It's hard rock but it's dark without quite being metal. The sound is different too. There is quite literally a wall of guitars on each track. The pianos and horns are still there but it seems as if Cinderella were told to up the guitar quotient. It's as if Phil Spector had produced in a way. There are weaving lead guitars throughout most of the album which also contribute to a feeling of oppresiveness and confusion. The angst Tom Keifer must be feeling is almost there for you to touch.
That is not to say though that the entire album is dark.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By "mateozzz" on June 17, 2001
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Ooops, it was released in 1994! Well, it's true, this album blows away any hair band album of the 80's by a wide margin. Tom Keifer was a musical genius in hiding, because all the Cinderella albums were good (OK, forget about the song with Little Richard, everyone makes mistakes!) but this one is just awesome. This album is so rich in guitar sounds and lyrical content that it's a shame no one paid any attention when it was released. Many of the songs have 2, 3, or 4 guitar melodies working together to produce a single groove. Tom's voice is as good as ever, gravelly but with enough range to convey real emotion. The drums are also amazing, with a great, solid sound and imaginative beats and rhythms. The album is also well recorded with a great "wall-of-sound" impact but still retaining clarity of all the instruments.
Lyrically, there is quite a bit of range from just party anthems to rockers to some really emotional material. I think I remember hearing that Keifers mother was really sick during the recording and one of the ballads was written about their relationship (The Road's Still Long?)
All in all, if you liked 80's metal, buy this!
I don't give this one 5 stars lightly, since I only give 5 stars to albums that are 10 year classics, like "Back in Black", "Last in Line", or "Headhunter". FYI, I loved the hair bands, I liked grunge (Alice in Chains, Sound Garden, not so much Nirvana), but I really hate the "Rage Metal" of the last of the 90's and early 2000's. I love the music I hear on the metal scene, but really hate the vocals (screaming isn't a talent, is it?)
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By John Alapick on July 8, 2005
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At the time Cinderella released Still Climbing, grunge music was still riding high as bands like Alice in Chains, Stone Temple Pilots, and Soundgarden were topping the Billboard album charts. Hard rock or "hair metal" was dismissed as nearly every band of the genre except for its superstars (ex...Bon Jovi, Def Leppard) became extinct in the eyes of the general public. Which brings us to Cinderella, a band coming off 3 platinum albums, several Top 40 hits, and a sound more suited to traditional rockers Aerosmith and the Rolling Stones than hair metal bands Poison and White Lion. Sadly, they met the same fate as those latter bands despite their strong catalog of music.

Although it sold very little and barely made the charts, Still Climbing is a very strong release and their most consistent album since their debut album Night Songs. After the riff-rock of their debut, the band expanded their sound with each release and they reached their apex here. While many '80s hard rock bands would add horns and keyboards to spice up their sound, none of them did it as well as Cinderella as evidenced by the R&B horns on the killer tracks "All Comes Down" and "Talk Is Cheap" and the piano on the stellar title song. "Hard To Find The Words" is arguably their best ballad and in another time would have been a huge hit along the lines of "Don't Know What You Got (Til It's Gone)." The hard rockers "Blood From A Stone" and "Easy Come Easy Go" are great hard rock songs played with conviction even if they don't possess the catchy hooks of earlier hits "Gypsy Road" and "Shake Me." The killer opener "Bad Attitude Shuffle" and "Free Wheelin" rock even harder and are much stronger than the heaviest songs on their previous albums such as "Fire And Ice" and "Love Gone Bad.
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