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Customer Reviews

plenty of hits on the Rollers' "breaking point" LP

As the description indicates, this was the last BCR LP before they became (let's face it) irrelevant. That being said, this digital edition, by combining the US and UK versions, manages to pack in SIX of the group's chart hits. So if you're wondering where to start, try the following rockin' singles: I ONLY WANNA BE WITH YOU, ROCK N ROLL LOVE LETTER, MONEY HONEY, LOVE ME LIKE I LOVE YOU, and YESTERDAY'S HERO along with the ballad DEDICATION (track 14 is the single version). Standout album cuts include LET'S PRETEND (a very deftly done Eric Carmen cover--soft rock but not too soft) and ROCK 'N ROLLER (a stomping, glam-rock group original). The band falters on the overly schmaltzy, cheezy ballads (like tracks 2, 6, 9), which are (to this fan's ears) cloying, clumsy, and very dated. However, if you prefer the ballad-esque side of the Rollers those three are probably your faves! To each his own. All told a real treat to have this available in digital form, thanks Arista from the BCR faithful!

Oh the memories.

Believe it, I still have all the original vinyls.


Formed: 1967 in Edinburgh, Scotland

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s

The Bay City Rollers were a Scottish pop/rock band of the '70s with a strong following among teenage girls. The origins of the group go back to the formation of the duo the Longmuir Brothers in the late '60s, consisting of drummer Derek Longmuir (b. March 19, 1952, Edinburgh, Scotland) and his bass-playing brother Alan (b. June 20, 1953, Edinburgh). They eventually changed their name to the Saxons, adding singer Nobby Clarke and John Devine. Then they changed their name again by pointing at random...
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