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Not The Same Hot Child

Lame. Missing all the fun licks.

This Is NOT The Same Nick Gilder

If you think you are buying Nick Gilder's HOT CHILD IN THE CITY that you remember from the late '70s, YOU ARE NOT. It might be old Nick on the track, but the arrangement, vocals, and tempo is not the same. This version is bland, scripted and not what you remember from your misspent youth. WARNING! DANGER WILL ROBINSON! You are about to waste a dollar on a Nick Gilder who is a shadow of his former self.


It just ain't the orginal. Also his voice is just a little deeper and dulled. Sorry--I wish it wasn't that way.


Genre: Rock

Nick Gilder began playing with Vancouver-based Sweeney Todd. The band split in 1977 after two albums (Sweeney Todd and If Wishes Were Horses) when he and bandmate Jimmy McCullouch moved to Los Angeles. That same year, Gilder began a solo career, signing to Chrysalis and releasing You Know Who You Are. His second album, City Nights, produced the platinum number one single "Hot Child in the City" in 1978. Though Gilder...
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