Back on the Streets Import
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
|1. Ah! Leah!|
|2. I Can't Hear You|
|4. Shocking Treatment|
|5. Back On The Streets|
|7. You're Only Dreaming|
|8. She's So Wild|
|9. Daddy Don't Live Here Anymore|
|10. Too Young To Love|
Top Customer Reviews
"I Can't Hear You," "Joking," and "Shock Treatment" are lyrically brilliant- (although at times very eighties).
"Back on the Streets," is a Springsteen-esque ballad that is as good as or better than any Springsteen epic.
"Agnes," is a great "story" that builds as it goes- unforgettable.
"You're Only Dreaming," "She's So Wild (amazing rocker)," and "Daddy Don't Live Here Anymore" revisits some ot the quirkiness and silliness of trackes 2,3, and 4.
"Too Young to Love," just hurts when you listen to it.
Iris has tapped into the very ache of love and desire on a lot of this album and it leaves you with an unforgettable experience. Kick back and listen to all of this at once. You won't regret it.
Most recent customer reviews
This albumn brings back those memories of college in the early 80's. This CD is great from start to finish. A must buy for any Donnie Iris fan. Read morePublished on Aug. 14 2001 by Kevin Logar
My best friends name is leah and when i heard it on the radio i instantly loved it because it is exactly the way I feel about her and it says it exactly and i still don't know what... Read morePublished on Feb. 11 2001 by Steve Smith
A REAL BARN BURNER! DONNIE IRIS ROCKS OUT! I REMEMBER THIS ONE BACK IN 1981. AH LEAH! IS PRICELESS! THIS IS REAL ROCK AND ROLL! HAIL! DONNIE! FOR ANY REAL ROCKER! Read morePublished on Feb. 9 2000 by E.R. GREY BULL
Another great album from Donnie Iris. His hit Ah! Leah! is a classic. Shock Treatment and I Can't Hear You are super. Listen to this CD and you'll get hooked!Published on Sept. 26 1999
This album has Donnie's hit Ah! Leah! But for true Donnie fans, I Can't Hear You and Shock Treatment are must haves. Candy Quiles, Cleveland, OHPublished on Sept. 24 1999
It's rare to find an album that has to be listened to in it's entirety...Back on the Streets is one of those rare finds. Read morePublished on Aug. 5 1999