Coney Hatch [Bonus Tracks]

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Having quickly made a name for themselves on the Canadian club circuit, Coney Hatch signed with fledgling Anthem Records in early 1981 and proceeded to record their freshman effort, with no other than legendary singer/songwriter and label boss Kim Mitchell acting as producer. Not too shabby. In an era when rock radio thrived on a steady diet of Boston, Journey, and Foreigner vocalist Carl Dixon drew comparisons to a less strident Lou Gramm, fused with a certain Joe Lynn Turner vibe, the foursome's commercial brand of hard rock seemed like perfect fodder for the airwaves. But forceful rockers like "Devil's Deck," "You Ain't Got Me," and "Victim of Rock" never connected with programmers outside their homeland, perhaps ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide
Having quickly made a name for themselves on the Canadian club circuit, Coney Hatch signed with fledgling Anthem Records in early 1981 and proceeded to record their freshman effort, with no other than legendary singer/songwriter and label boss Kim Mitchell acting as producer. Not too shabby. In an era when rock radio thrived on a steady diet of Boston, Journey, and Foreigner vocalist Carl Dixon drew comparisons to a less strident Lou Gramm, fused with a certain Joe Lynn Turner vibe, the foursome's commercial brand of hard rock seemed like perfect fodder for the airwaves. But forceful rockers like "Devil's Deck," "You Ain't Got Me," and "Victim of Rock" never connected with programmers outside their homeland, perhaps because they fit in so well with the then-current musical climate that it was impossible to distinguish them from the pack. To wit, "Where I Draw the Line" was an effective but rather formulaic power ballad, and their highest-charting domestic single, "Hey Operator," didn't even dent the charts south of the border. Still, nothing here really stinks except for bassist Andy Curran's turns at the mic, when he leads the group through plodding throwaways like "Stand Up" and "Monkey Bars." Ultimately their most successful album, Coney Hatch
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/27/2005
  • Label: Rock Candy
  • EAN: 5051068000520
  • Catalog Number: 5
  • Sales rank: 62,431

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Devil's Deck
  2. 2 You Ain't Got Me
  3. 3 Stand Up
  4. 4 No Sleep Tonight
  5. 5 Love Poison
  6. 6 We've Got the Night
  7. 7 Hey Operator
  8. 8 I'll Do the Talking
  9. 9 Victim of Rock
  10. 10 Monkey Bars
  11. 11 I'm a Rocker
  12. 12 Dreamland
  13. 13 Where I Draw the Line
  14. 14 TBC (Bonus Track)
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Coney Hatch Primary Artist
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