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In the American hard rock sweepstakes of the early and mid-’80s, there were many bands that quickly vanished into the ether. Autograph never made the leap to superstardom, but they weren't tossed to the scrap heap, either. This is the first of three albums Autograph did for RCA, and it's their best. It maxes out on pure-pop metal (the irresistible hit “Turn Up the Radio,” and the Nick Gilder–worthy “Night Teen and Non Stop”), some Def Leppard-inspired fun (“Send Her to Me,” “In the Night,” “Thrill of Love”), and the kind of sunny Southern California riff-a-rama that made Van Halen such early fans of the band (“My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend Isn’t Me,” “Friday”). Singer Steve Plunkett’s big draw was his impish vocal presence, which was influenced equally by U.K. singers Noddy Holder (Slade) and Joe Elliot (Def Leppard). Bassist Randy Rand and guitarist Steve Lynch played with an audible (and genre-necessary) swagger.

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There aren't that many first albums that did it for me. Only a few have KISS, Motley Crue, Megadeth, and now Autograph. To me this album I listened to for 2 straight months, now I have the first 3 albums and am an Autograph fan. If you like the 80's Glam Rock, check out Sign in Please, it's worth 99 cents per song.

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Easily, The Most Underrated Pop-Metal Album

It's really ashame Autograph will only be remembered for the one hit wonder "Turn Up The Radio". This album has so much to offer for hair metal fans, and it should have produced more than just one radio hit. Recommended tracks; "Send Her To Me, "Cloud 10","Friday' and "In The Night". "My Boyfriend's Girlfriend Isn't Me" is also a pretty good track, and most of the other tracks hold their own, with very few filler to bog this record down. Autograph never came close to replicating this success, however their one shining moment of Pop-Metal magic shoul be remembered forever. Simply put, One of the best Pop-Metal albums ever! Buy it, and check it out for yourself.


Formed: Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '00s

Despite scoring a massive MTV hit with their very first single, "Turn Up the Radio," Autograph quickly got lost in the shuffle of the thriving L.A. pop-metal scene. Formed in the early '80s by vocalist/guitarist Steve Plunkett, guitarist Steve Lynch, bassist Randy Rand, keyboard player Steven Isham, and drummer Keni Richards, the band seemed to have it all: a fine commercial hard rock debut in 1984's Sign in Please, good looks, great hair, and even a cartoonish drummer (half jock, half animal). Still,...
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