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Album Review

Scandal released the Warrior album in 1984, and when singer Patty Smyth left the group soon thereafter they broke up for good. So, there are two albums to track down to complete your Scandal, assuming you do not already have them both. Warrior is the best place to start because of its Top Ten hit title track. "Shooting down the walls of heartache. Bang! Bang!" is 1980s pop genius, and that song does sound fresh. If you are hoping to have heard any of the other nine songs on this surprising platinum album, well, move along, move along. These aren't the songs you are looking for. Scandal's one-hit wonder "The Warrior" is worth hearing again.

Customer Reviews

80's Pop-Rock at its Finest

I agree with the album overview that the title song is classic 80's, but completely disagree that, if you're looking for other well-known Scandal songs, you should look elsewhere. "Beat of a Heart" and "Hands Tied" were big rock radio hits for the band, too. Also, "Only the Young" is the song Journey had a big hit with and Scandal scored some airplay with it, too. If you love 80's rock or pop/rock in general, you'll love these songs.

An Awesome Album

Whoever wrote the iTunes review of this album is a moron. This album is awesome. Buy it.

One of the truly great pop-rock albums of the early 80's...

Patty's sultry voice together with her deep (and intriguing) lyrics and some really hot guitar work make this album a true stand-out...the songs were (and are) memorable and captivating...they don't make music like this anymore and that's sad...


Formed: 1982 in New York, NY

Genre: Pop/Rock

Years Active: '80s, '00s, '10s

Guitarist Zack Smith formed the mainstream pop/rock band Scandal after playing in various groups, including ones that featured Dee Murray and Davey Johnson of the Elton John band. Scandal's lineup was secured in 1982, with the addition of vocalist Patty Smyth; the rest of the band included bassist Ivan Elias, guitarist Keith Mack, keyboardist Benji King, and drummer Frankie La Rocka. After opening for acts like the Kinks and Hall & Oates, the band released their debut single, "Goodbye to You," in...
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