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STAGE DOLLS - Stripped (Japan CD, limited edition)

STAGE DOLLS - Stripped (Japan CD, limited edition)

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After breaking through in Europe by 1990, Stage Dolls quickly turned to record their fourth album.This was to be called "Stripped" (1991) and the band wanted in fact to strip the sound down, bringing more air around it. The result was remarkable. "Stripped" contains probably Torstein"s best song so far, "Love Don"t Bother Me". After recording the songs in Trondheim they took it to the U.S. where top producer Ron Nevison together with singer / songwriter Mark Spiro also put their mark on it. Other highlights incl. the mega classic ballad „Sorry (Is All I Can Say)“ and the gritty rocking tunes of „Left Foot Boogie“ and „Money“. Limited Japanese re-issue with a superb sound quality.

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After breaking through in Europe by 1990, Stage Dolls quickly turned to record their fourth album.This was to be called "Stripped" (1991) and the band wanted in fact to strip the sound down, bringing more air around it. The result was remarkable. "Stripped" contains probably Torstein"s best song so far, "Love Don"t Bother Me". After recording the songs in Trondheim they took it to the U.S. where top producer Ron Nevison together with singer / songwriter Mark Spiro also put their mark on it. Other highlights incl. the mega classic ballad „Sorry (Is All I Can Say)“ and the gritty rocking tunes of „Left Foot Boogie“ and „Money“. Limited Japanese re-issue with a superb sound quality. Tracklist: 1. Stand By You 2. Life in America 3. Left Foot Boogie 4. Love Don't Bother Me 5. Money 6. Sorry (is All I Can Say) 7. In the Heat 8. Let's Get Crazy 9. Goodbye to Amy 10. Rock This City 11. Livin' on Borrowed Love 12. Down on Me

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