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Album Review

Two years after Love Crimes, Canadian hard rockers Harlequin followed up their debut album with One False Move, coming up with a much more solid effort, lyrically and musically. With three releases attaching themselves to radio, "I Did It for Love," "Heart Gone Cold," and "Superstitious Feeling," the spotlight shone a little brighter on them, thanks to some catchy hooks and invigorating rhythms which gave this album a faster pace than its predecessor. The drums are hit harder, the chords are played quicker, and the keyboard work is toned down just a notch, allowing this five-piece band to bark out some enjoyable rock tunes. Unfortunately, the other eight songs are milquetoast efforts, raising the stakes only slightly from their first album, but presenting any curious fan with an appropriate outline of their sound.

Biography

Formed: 1975 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s

Bassist Ralph James formed Harlequin in 1975, adding vocalist George Belanger, guitarist John Hannah, keyboard player John White and drummer Denton Young. The Winnipeg-band was signed by Epic four years later, beginning a string of Canadian hits with "Survive." As the band progressed, Glen Willows replaced Hannah, Gary Golden took over for John White and David Budzak took Denton...
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One False Move, Harlequin
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 1982

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