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Cherry Pop

Title - 'The Roots Of Great White (1978-1982)'
Artist - Dante Fox

From the vault of powerhouse vocalist, Jack Russell, comes this almost lost gem of early demo recordings featuring Russell’s earliest recorded collaborations with guitarist Mark Kendall, which formed the foundation of ’80s hard rock icons Great White!

Includes songs that would eventually find their way onto Great White’s 1984 self-titled debut album, such as 'In Love' (later re-written as 'On Your Knees') and 'Money' (later rewritten as 'Stick It'), Dante Fox's The Roots Of Great White (1978-1982) is now available on both CD and limited edition BLUE vinyl!

1. 'In Love'
2. 'Last time'
3. 'Motor Love'
4. 'Money'
5. 'Head Over Heels'
6. 'There's No Way'
7. 'Front Row Girl'
8. 'The Strike'
9. 'Bead In The Rain'
10. 'Lonnie Never Lied'
11. 'Stay Away'
12. 'Need Your Love'
13. 'On The Run'
14. 'She's Got Fever'
15. 'Calling You'
16. 'Space Age Rocker'
17. 'The Blues'

Kicking things off with the raucous 'In Love,' the more melodic 'Last Time' is then backed by both the one-two punch of the guitar-heavy 'Motor Love' and the mid-'80s rock brilliance of 'Money.'

The thunderous 'Head Over Heels' is one of my own personal favorites here from the new bunch, and that's backed seamlessly by both 'There's No Way' and the pulsating 'Front Row Girl.'

A bout of strident guitars come to the fore on 'The Strike' which is followed by the foot-tappin' fervency of 'Bead In The Rain,' the soaring 'Lonnie Never Lied,' and then both out and out rockers 'Stay Away' and 'Need Your Love.'

'On The Run' has a (obviously) nice late-'80s rock vibe to it and is backed by the methodical, rock by numbers 'She's Got Fever,' with the album rounding out with both the billowing 'Space Age Rocker,' and then the guitar-tastic, finger-snappin' blues melodies of 'The Blues.'

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