Vinnie Vincent Invasion is the debut studio album by Vinnie Vincent Invasion. Two singles were released, "Boyz Are Gonna Rock" and "Back on the Streets". A music video was only made for "Boyz Are Gonna Rock". In the video for "Boyz Are Gonna Rock," the singer in the video is Mark Slaughter rather than the actual singer Robert Fleischman. Fleischman left the band prior to filming the video and Mark Slaughter lip synched to Fleischman's vocals.
Vinnie Vincent Invasion, ‘Vinnie Vincent Invasion’ (1986). After a stint as a staff songwriter for Happy Days and a tenure as the lead guitarist for Kiss, Vinnie Vincent (née Vincent John Cusano) struck out on his own to form Vinnie Vincent Invasion. By the time they followed it up two years later with The Wild Life, hair metal - and Slaughter's - glory days were over. Their first album is an effective primer in hard rock's striving spirit, which one could argue was made even more obvious by the hairspray and leather that covered it up. The title track speaks to rock-star dreams of "insulat my body in green" and "light my cigarettes with 100 dollar bills"; "32 Pennies," which opens the album, shimmies as Lane declares his lack of tangible assets; and "Big Talk" brings its big choruses back to life lessons Lane learned at his father's knee.
The Swedish virtuoso had many imitators, and Vinnie Moore was chief among them. After a successful debut on shred-specialty label Shrapnel Records, Moore landed a deal with Mercury and released Time Odyssey at the height of solo rock guitar excess in 1988. On the disc's first two tracks, "Morning Star" and "Prelude/Into the Future," Moore tosses off some guitar harmonies that bear a huge resemblance to Deep Purple (an acknowledged Malmsteen influence)
Vinnie and the family ask for privacy while they go through an understandable period of mourning during this devastating time. Despite the couple fighting off cancer together, it was revealed that Tanya had been ill for quite some time. At the age of 21, Tanya was forced to undergo an emergency heart transplant and was treated for cervical cancer twice before being diagnosed with melanoma. It is thought that her cancer may have been a side effect of the drugs she has been taking following a heart transplant 26 years ago.
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The songwriting is still unmistakably Swift, with her polysyllabic melodies and lyrics. But Martin and other key collaborators (including Shellback, Ryan Tedder and fu. s Jack Antonoff) have helped hone her songs, which are more seasoned and subtle, less bubbly and bratty, than in the past. Clean" is an aching, bittersweet team-up with esoteric British alt-popper Imogen Heap where Swift surrenders more to her collaborator than on any other song on the album.
Performer:Vinnie Taylor Genre: Reggae Title: Hard Time Style: Roots Reggae MP3 version ZIP size: 1641 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1805 mb Rating: 4.8 Votes: 299 Other Formats: DTS ASF APE VOC MP1 FLAC MP2