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Album Review

For the opening track on their debut record, Fandango talk of rock & roll dreams coming true and achieving the ultimate rock & roll status: becoming a headliner on their own tour. From there, the quartet delivers another nine straight-ahead, no-frills rock & roll numbers that have much in common with their arena rock contemporaries (Toto and Boston are two that immediately come to mind), with a dash of southern California rock thrown in for good measure. Their attention to detail and polished sound is on par with either of the aforementioned bands and the passion is inarguably there, but there are moments when Fandango lack the charisma to take these songs to a higher level worthy of a place atop the prestigious arena rock mantle.

Biography

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s

New Jersey rockers Fandango were dogged by misfortune and misadventure throughout their inglorious career, and are now best remembered for launching the career of well-traveled vocalist Joe Lynn Turner, later of Rainbow, Yngwie Malmsteen, Deep Purple, and other A-line bands. Turner had already been involved in a few amateur groups in the early '70s, but it was with the formation of Fandango in 1975 that he would officially go pro, joining guitarist Rick Blakemore (no relation, huge coincidence),...
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