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7 Wishes


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7 Wishes + Dawn Patrol + Midnight Madness
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Jan. 1 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Mca
  • ASIN: B000002O26
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #51,881 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Seven Wishes
2. Faces
3. Four In The Morning
4. I Need A Woman
5. Sentimental Street
6. This Boy Needs To Rock
7. I Will Follow You
8. Interstate Love Affair
9. Night Machine
10. Goodbye

Product Description

2008 digitally remastered reissue of this Top Ten album from the AOR rockers, originally released in 1988. 10 tracks including 'Sentimental Street', 'Four In The Morning', 'Goodbye' and 'The Boy Needs To Rock'. Standard jewel box within a slipcase featuring new liner notes. BGO. --This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.

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Format: Audio CD
I could not call this a better album than Night Ranger's two previous albums, the amazing first release "Dawn Patrol" and the huge follow-up "Midnight Madness". While those are slightly more classic albums start to finish, this one is very close. This third album by this fantastic band marked the last time they would have top 40 singles--truly a shame considering that they have released fine material since as well.
Highlights on this album are many. The opening track, the title track, is a full-fledged rock track, as is the next track "Faces". "Four In The Morning" is a great mid-tempo track and was a moderate hit. "I Need A Woman" is a rocker and has a slow groove all at the same time. "Sentimental Street" is a very fine melodic power ballad and the band's only other top 10 hit besides the more-famous "Sister Christian". Great song.
The second half of the album contains more highlights, including the hard rock of "This Boy Needs To Rock", "Interstate Love Affair", and "Welcome To The Night Machine". "I Will Follow You" is a good mid-tempo track with a pretty chorus. And for sure, the touching closing track "Goodbye" is one of the better ballads I have ever heard. Can't beat the sentiment of the lyrics as well as the gorgeous melodies. Who knew that it would be the band's last top 40 hit?
I agree that the first two albums by these guys are impossible to top. But for sure, this one stands right there with them as a great '80s rock album. Absolutely a must-purchase for fans of the band, this type of music, and this era of music. I still love this album to this day.
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After the double-barrel pop-metal masterpieces that were "Dawn Patrol" and "Midnight Madness," this album is a definite disappointment. The band can still muster up a great rocker such as "Interstate Love Affair" and the epic title track, but they spend entirely too much time with sappy ballads on this CD. Also, the arrangements favor Alan Fitzgerald's keyboards, giving the superb dueling lead-guitars of Brad Gillis and Jeff Watson short shrift and further dampening the sonic fireworks that drew in the heavy-metal kids in the first place. The ultimate result is an album that doesn't rock nearly as hard as it should.
"7 Wishes" is a must for completists, but it's not an essential classic like "Dawn Patrol" and "Midnight Madness" are.
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By A Customer on July 7 1998
Format: Audio CD
Too bad this was the last release to find its way onto the airwaves, but if this is the last disc they're remembered for, it's sufficiently noteworthy. The melodies and arrangements, and yes, the hooks are all here. I got a chill when I first heard the song, 'Goodbye', the final track on this disc, playing through the credits on the video version of the live tour from this release. In retrospect, quite a symbolic idea. Songs from this release are among the most important in their repertoire: 'Seven Wishes', 'Four in the Morning', 'I Need a Woman', 'Sentimental Street', 'This Boy Needs to Rock' (or 'You Can Stil' [RiA] part II, as I think of it), and the aforementioned 'Goodbye', which I would imagine would be the ultimate show closer. A must have for AOR fans.
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To be honest, this is my least favorite Night Ranger album. It just doesn't click with me. I do really like the song "Goodbye", which features some wonderful 12-string guitar work from Jeff Watson. But, for me, the album as a whole is only so so. This album was the first Night Ranger album I got, and unfortunately because of that it took me a long time to get into Night Ranger, because I didn't give the rest of their albums a chance until recently. On the other hand, I know there are plenty of fans who really like this album. So, while I feel like this isn't a very good album as Night Ranger albums go, I supposed it's really a matter of personal taste. Get this album and Big Life and you are bound to like one or the other.
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Night Ranger have been very even throughout their career, and "7 wishes" is a good album in the same vein as "Midnight madness" and "Man in motion". As usual, Night Ranger go for a blend of melodic rock and (semi) ballads. Some people like to call this pop-metal and that might be true in a way, but I don't think the guys in Night Ranger ever see themselves as a (pop) metal band. At least "Seven wishes", "Four in the morning" and "I need a woman" should be included on a "best of" album.
If you're unfamiliar with Night Ranger, I suggest you start with their debut "Dawn patrol" from 1982, and "Seven" from 1998.
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