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The song Janine is amazing. Makes me cry every time I hear it.

The song Janine is amazing. Makes me cry every time I hear it.

The Evolution Of Trooper

There are six songs on this album that I could listen to all day. Smooth stylings and humour throughout. Ray McGuire's voice never sounded better. Everyone knows 3 Dressed Up As A 9, but their re-make of All Day & All Night is spot on. She's So Sweet is very funny, and Mr. Big has the rawness and power required for a song of it's type. Quiet Desperation has the desperate feeling that all teens feel while attempting to figure out what the hell is going on around them, and Good Clean Fun is a tongue in cheek look at the insanity and insecurities of growing up. Great Album.

Biography

Formed: 1972

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Vocalist Ramon McGuire formed Trooper (originally Applejack and later Winters Green) in 1972. By 1974 they had added drummer Tommy Stewart and bassist Harry Kalinsky. After hearing Trooper play, Randy Bachman signed the band for his Legend label and released "Baby Woncha Please Come Home" in 1975. The group's self-titled debut appeared the same year; it was followed by Two for the Show (1976). Soon after, Frank Ludwig became Trooper's piano player and Kalinsky was replaced by Doni Underhill. Ludwig...
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