The Quiet Storm: The Best In Electric And Acoustic Rock Ballads Reviews
Description:Genre: Compilation / Artist: Various Artists / Audio CD released 2003-06-02 at Umtv / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Crazy - Ae ... more
The Quiet Storm: The Best In Electric And Acoustic Rock Ballads ... Aerosmith
2 Let's Make A Night To Remember - Bryan Adams
3 How You Remind Me - Nickelback
4 Purple Rain - Prince
5 Romeo & Juliet - Dire Straits
6 Hero - Chad Kroeger feat. Josey Scott
7 Broken Wings - Mr Mister
8 Keep On Lovin' You - REO Speedwagon
9 Fool If You Think It's Over - Chris Rea
10 Wonderful Tonight - Eric Clapton
11 Parisian Walkways - Gary Moore
12 See Me Feel Me - The Who
13 My Brother Jake - Free
14 More Than A Feeling - Boston
15 I Want To Know What Love Is - Foreigner
16 Babe - Styx
17 Wind Of Change - Scorpions
18 Free Bird - Lynyrd Skynyrd
Disc #2 Tracklisting
1 Shape Of My Heart - Sting
2 Wild Wood - Paul Weller
3 Every Breath You Take - The Police
4 Let It Grow - Eric Clapton
5 Handbags & Gladrags - Rod Stewart
6 I Don't Want A Lover - Texas
7 Kid (Acoustic Version) - Pretenders
8 Alison - Elvis Costello
9 Labelled With Love - Squeeze
10 Left Of Centre - Suzanne Vega
11 Stay (I Miss You) - Lisa Loeb
12 Free Me (Acoustic Version) - Cast
13 Driving With The Brakes On - Del Amitri
14 Breakfast At Tiffany's - Deep Blue Something
15 My Favourite Game (Acoustic Version) - The Cardigans
16 There She Goes - The La's
17 The Circle (Acoustic Version) - Ocean Colour Scene
18 More Than Words - Extreme
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by - written on 24/04/09 (Very useful, 248 readings)
The Quiet Storm - not so quiet really when the first track is a blast from Aerosmith! Still, it just goes to show that the title of an album does not always reflect the style of music contained within it. Having said that, this is quite a good album with plenty of well known tracks, but with the compulsory "blooper" thrown in for luck here and there. To be honest, when I bought this album, it was supposed to be a surprise for my husband to listen to during a short stay in hospital. But then I decided to do what we little wives usually do - kept it for myself! *** TRACK LIST *** (CD1) 01: Aerosmith - ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/04/09, updated on 04/09/13 (Very useful, 183 readings)
I bought this cd quite a while back now, and hadn't listened to it for quite a while until recently, when I re-discovered it sitting amongst my cd collection. I realised again what a good compilation album it actually is, with quite a few of my favourite tracks on it. I am not really a fan of compliation albums on the whole, as I usually find there maybe one or two good tracks, but also a lot of 'filler' which is often rubbish in my opinion. Also with a lot of themed albums, such as a love songs compilation for example, you will often notice some tracks included which definitely would not fit in with most people's idea of a love song! So, with ... Read the complete review
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