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Ain't Crying for the Moon Import

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2006 album, their 10th studio album overall, by this Hard Rock outfit fronted by Lenny Wolff. Features a very heavy and 'in your face' approach. Walls of guitars have been built to create the perfect sound landscape for this record while still having a very personal and quite recognizable touch, even if Kingdom Come are an ever-evolving musical reality. The album also includes a special bonus remake of the band's first US hit 'Get In On' originally included in their debut album in 1988. Frontiers.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Two Legged Sheep
  2. Not Here To Be Your Friend
  3. Same Old Stars
  4. Ain't Crying For The Moon
  5. Perfect Citizen
  6. This Is My Life
  7. Bon Scott
  8. Removed The Sting
  9. Friends In Spirit
  10. Darkroom
  11. Look At You
  12. Across The Universe
  13. Get It On


Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 25, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Frontiers Italy
  • ASIN: B000HEYZGE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #280,794 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Justin G. TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 8, 2009
Format: Audio CD
2006's Ain't Crying for the Moon is the tenth album from Lenny Wolf and his ever-changing cast of supporting musicians in Kingdom Come (actually, only the bassist changed on this one). I have to admit that of all the bands to emerge in the mid 80's, I never expected Kingdom Come to make it to ten albums and 20+ years. Like most folks, I heard "Get It On" on the radio in 1988 and write the band off as a Led Zeppelin wannabe. Well, this is one case where I'm happy to have been proven wrong.

Obviously there was more to Kingdom Come's sound than just Zeppelin worship, and over the years the band has evolved into one of the better melodic rock bands around. That holds true for Ain't Crying for the Moon. Wolf's voice is still something of an acquired taste, but it's also the driving force behind this band's sound, and he gives another great performance here. Ain't Crying for the Moon is a very polished, very mature album that is as bluesy and soulful as it is melodic and rocking. The album is full of great songs, but the monster prog/metal/ballad 8-minute title track is by far the best. The sublime cover of the Beatles' "Across the Universe" is another winner. There is also a remake of "Get It On" at the end of the album, though I'm not sure why Wolf felt it necessary to revisit that one.

If you're a Kingdom Come fan, you'll definitely want to check out Ain't Crying for the Moon. If you only remember them from their 1988 debut album, this is a great place to reacquaint yourself with the band.

Oh, and the cover art is awesome too.
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Exceptional album. I just wish there was more airplay of Kingdom Come.
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This is their best album, crank it up, it really rocks. Love "This is my Life", and a great dedication to the late great "Bon Scott"
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THIS IS EXCELLENT ALBUM FROM KINGDOM COME EVER !!!
KILLER SPPED AND LENNY IS BETTER AND BETTER IN THIS ALBUM !!!
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED TO ALL K.C. FANS !!!MAKE SURE LOOK FOR THIS ALBUM WITH VIDEO CLIP IT IS WORTH EVERY PENNY !!!
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This one is back to the original roots of Lenny Wolf Who gave us Stone

Fury in 1984 and Kingdom Come 1988 .Lenny's songwriting is great master work He does a great job on Across The Universe. One thing that did shock Me by storm was an F--- You on the track Not Here To Be Your Friend the first F. word I have ever heard on any Stone Fury or Kingdom Come cd in history .
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