Welcome Home – “Ladies and Gentlemen… Welcome Home”

The Sleeve:
105_5499 105_5500

The Liner/Sleeve Notes:
None.

Personal Review:
 To be completely fair, I bought this album due to the guy on right on the back cover looking like Dana Carvey.

 So, the album opens with “Radio Active Love” and well, I’m not saying the singing is good, but it’s also not bad. I just have no idea what the hell they are singing except for when it gets to the song title actually being sang. The song is okay, to be fair, but it’s a pretty generic attempt at a late 80’s jazzy new wave song. Anyways after that comes the song “Don’t You Run” and well, you know these guys aren’t bad musically speaking, like their songs are good, and the vocals on this song aren’t awful either. Yup, this song is way more enjoyable than the first.

 Then comes the song “I Should Have Known” and well, this band has that pop sound to it, and well, the musicianship isn’t bad, the vocals do get better as the songs go on. Lots of keyboard playing and it’s good. Then the EP ends with the track “Chance of a Life Time” and well, once more this songs aren’t bad, it’s an alright EP. No real complaints. That high note though.

Interesting Facts:
None.

Track Listing:
A1 – Radio Active Love
A2 – Don’t You Run

B1 – I Should Have Known
B2 – Chance of a Life Time

Label:
S.A.R.M.

Catalog Number:
BN 001

Studio Musicians & Other Album Credits:
Lead Vocals, Guitar & Bass – Blizz Neurolick
Keyboards & Vocals – Chris ‘Maestro’ Coolidge
Engineer – Jean Trudeau
Assistant Engineer – Jean ‘Boo Boo’ Lachance
Photo by Bob Burgess
Produced by Blizz Neurolick

Other Albums I Own by Welcome Home:
None.

Released:
1988

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