All the Way In [Bonus DVD] [Explicit Lyrics]

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All Music Guide - Steve "Spaz" Schnee
At times, it was hard to figure out whether Berlin were an average synth pop band trying to carve out their own niche or just a mediocre rock band jumping on the new wave bandwagon. Sure, they had some good singles and radio hits, but as an album band, they left a lot to be desired. Terri Nunn was beautiful and sexy, but it seemed like Berlin wanted to be more than just a commercial band with a hot vocalist: they seemed to be striving for greatness but settled for "that'll do." Unfortunately, they never had a chance to really prove themselves, breaking up after their commercially disappointing Count Three & Pray album, released in 1986. Nunn has kept the Berlin ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Steve "Spaz" Schnee
At times, it was hard to figure out whether Berlin were an average synth pop band trying to carve out their own niche or just a mediocre rock band jumping on the new wave bandwagon. Sure, they had some good singles and radio hits, but as an album band, they left a lot to be desired. Terri Nunn was beautiful and sexy, but it seemed like Berlin wanted to be more than just a commercial band with a hot vocalist: they seemed to be striving for greatness but settled for "that'll do." Unfortunately, they never had a chance to really prove themselves, breaking up after their commercially disappointing Count Three & Pray album, released in 1986. Nunn has kept the Berlin name alive over the years, touring with a different group of musicians and playing all the hits while releasing the occasional studio or live album. With a recorded output that seems to dwindle in quality with every release, one might hope that All the Way In would deviate from the standard "live hits" collection and offer up something really special. Sadly, that's not entirely the case. All the Way In was recorded live at The House of Blues in Anaheim, CA. The HOB is located very near the heart of the OC music scene, where Berlin started more than two decades ago. This homecoming show promised much but delivered very little. Backed by three musicians who look like Nine Inch Nails refugees, Nunn is still as beautiful and sexy as ever, and her voice sounds great, but there doesn't seem to be much heart and soul, at least on the CD. Nunn pulls out all the live rock clich├ęs she can muster while performing the big hits, dulling their overall impact. She then throws in covers of "Somebody to Love" Jefferson Airplane and "Ordinary World" Duran Duran where lesser-known Berlin tunes would have been more appropriate for the diehards. The CD is not a total disaster, but is hardly necessary unless you are a hardcore fan. The DVD is far more interesting and entertaining than the CD, especially Nunn's shoulder-riding journey through the audience during "Take My Breath Away." Visually, she seems to be having more fun than the CD lets on. Nunn looks like she enjoys the adulation but is a bit bored by performing songs like "No More Words" and "The Metro" for quite possibly the millionth time. At times, Nunn and the band do kick things up a bit, but it's hard to get past the notion that the three guys in the band are just hired hands and exist as Berlin in name only. There are tracks on the CD that are not included on the DVD and vice versa, but even though the DVD has a shorter running time, it's a far more enjoyable experience. So, get this for the DVD and do what you will with the CD.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/7/2009
  • Label: Fuel 2000
  • UPC: 030206177725
  • Catalog Number: 061777
  • Sales rank: 4,346

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Dancing in Berlin - Terri Nunn (4:29)
  2. 2 No More Words - Terri Nunn (5:04)
  3. 3 Matter of Time - Terri Nunn (4:14)
  4. 4 Somebody to Love - Terri Nunn (3:27)
  5. 5 Scream - Terri Nunn (3:30)
  6. 6 The Metro - Terri Nunn (4:50)
  7. 7 Ordinary World - Terri Nunn (6:17)
  8. 8 Last Day on Earth - Terri Nunn (4:43)
  9. 9 You Don't Know - Terri Nunn (5:05)
  10. 10 Ordinary Girl - Terri Nunn (4:24)
  11. 11 The Dope Show - Terri Nunn (4:36)
  12. 12 Sex (I'm A) - Terri Nunn (5:02)
  13. 13 Take My Breath Away - Terri Nunn (5:43)
  14. 14 Masquerade - Terri Nunn (6:08)
Disc 2
  1. 1 Dancing in Berlin - Terri Nunn
  2. 2 No More Words - Terri Nunn
  3. 3 Touch - Terri Nunn
  4. 4 Scream - Terri Nunn
  5. 5 The Metro - Terri Nunn
  6. 6 Ordinary Girl - Terri Nunn
  7. 7 Sex (I'm A) - Terri Nunn
  8. 8 Take My Breath Away - Terri Nunn
  9. 9 Masquerade - Terri Nunn
  10. 10 Pictures of You - Terri Nunn
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Berlin Primary Artist
Terri Nunn Vocals, Group Member
Dave Schulz Keyboards, Vocals, Group Member
Technical Credits
Terri Nunn Composer, Liner Notes, Executive Producer
Marc Tanner Composer
Giorgio Moroder Composer
John Crawford Composer
Warren Cuccurullo Composer
Simon LeBon Composer
Chris Ruiz-Velasco Composer
Steve Silvas Art Direction
John Lappen Producer
Michael Grecco Cover Photo
Len Fico Producer
Mitchell Sigman Composer
Dave Diamond Composer
Jeordie White Composer
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  • Posted February 20, 2013

    This cd is okay but its a live document from 2009 of a band that

    This cd is okay but its a live document from 2009 of a band that doesn't really play much live anymore. As a relic of 09 it has some value and as a memento of some sort of vaguelly misguided Berlin mania from that time its pretty much the thing. Bands like this seem to exist to make things to add to one's collection, so add it. But don't think that its really a document of an actual live band. Its more like a poorly recorded studio album or something. They don't really play live much at this point. They keep saying they're making a new album. It never comes out. They do all these odd little things, but they really aren't a live band now. When this was released they were. In fact they'd spun out of control as a live band that played to people who knew nothing of their albums. All live, nothing else. In 2009. But now its an endless promise of a new album (studio) that never comes out. They aren't really a live band now. Now they're a studio band endlessly working on an album that never comes out. This is a good release but its a memory of something that doesn't seem to exist now. Don't get fooled into thinking that this a document of reality or a studio album or really a normal live album or even something current. A collectable to be sure but don't get too excited. They don't seem to want to deliver anything and only seem to do anything when forced to. Its a live album of a fantasy and in the real world they seem almost sadistic in their refusal to make anything available to the public, live or in the studio, endlessly recording an imaginary album with no name and no release date. It doesn't seem like they want people to hear their music, so be careful. They want your money but they don't want you. They want more money so they can make more money, they don't want anyone to hear their music unless they have to and they definetely don't want anyone to be a fan or to even hear their music. Just to give them more money. If only the critics were paying more attention to them, there is no one to take them to task. They do have an official facebook page now, but do they only post things on there from the public as some kind of power bargain? That's what it seems like...

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Terri Nunn is Back!

    Love this live CD though the sound mix at times is far from great. I love the song "Ordinary Girl" and Terri Nunn by no means is ordinary! If you are a Berlin fan, you will enjoy this CD.

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    Posted September 20, 2011

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