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Album Review

Despite their long-haired, pretty-boy image and the occasional hot guitar solo, Autograph was one of the more mainstream hard rock bands associated with the L.A. metal scene. And though it spawned only one hit (the MTV favorite "Turn Up the Radio"), their 1984 debut, Sign in Please, is a solid collection of hook-heavy tunes. Singer Steve Plunkett has a knack for catchy choruses. He leads the band through a number of memorable melodic rockers, among which "Send Her to Me," "Cloud 10," and "Friday" are clear standouts. "In the Night" is a top-notch power ballad, and while puerile frat-house anthems like "Night Teen & Non-Stop" and "My Girlfriend's Boyfriend Isn't Me" come off rather forced, the band excels at classy, mid-paced rockers such as "Thrill of Love" and "All I'm Gonna Take." Anyone expecting ridiculous aggression should stick with Mötley Crüe, but for those who prefer a sleeker hard rock sound in the vein of Night Ranger, this album will certainly satisfy.

Customer Reviews

Signed In Alright.

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.

Out of This World

When beings from the outer edges of our galaxy get the radio signal off our atmosphere and hear the intro to "Turn Up the Radio", they just can't not rock out to this song. UFO activity is off the charts whenever this track is played on a radio station. As for the album "Sign In Please", there are numerous excellent songs to listen to if you are watching the mothership circle overhead. "Cloud 10" and "Send Her to Me" are both ET pleasing gems that keep our new found friends in a holding pattern just above us. Further evidence of hope for our world can be found in "All I'm Gonna Take", "Friday", "Thrill of Love", and "My Girlfriend's Boyfriend isn't Me". This is truly great music for all of us here on earth and for those listening in from other worlds. Let the word go forth from those here on earth that we have a message for those who seek us out. TURN IT UP.

Great Album

SImple put great Rock/Metal album Wish they would do another one but doesnt look like it

Biography

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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