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A forgotten treasure!!

By far one of the best groups and albums of the early 80s. The talent on this album is amazing and shines through on Black Star. With timeless harmonies and unforgettable hooks Touch was one of the forgotten treasures of a great era in music history.

I Have not heard this album in 30 years!!!

I had this in vinyl!!! Had not heard it since... Glad they released this album to i-tunes recently, to pay tribute to this almost forgotten Rock Group. This 1980 rock album reminded me at the time of Styx, but there is a lot of simularities of a lot of bands before and after- glam rock to pop rock to hair band, give this rare gem a listen.

Such a great song

"Don't You Know What Love Is?" is the great Journey song that Journey never sang...


Genre: Pop

Years Active:

Touch evolved from pomp trio American Tears, who recorded three records for Columbia in the '70s. Mark Mangold tickled the ivories and sang lead. Greg Baze slapped the bass and Tommy Gunn hit the drums. This lineup released two slabs comprised of Mangold's bombastic tunes. By the third LP, Powerhouse, Kirk Powers played bass and Glen Kithcart sat on the drum stool. This incarnation jelled better than the previous and Mangold kept the replacement drummer for his new band, Touch. Now Doug Howard assumed...
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