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Break Every Rule [Import]

Tina Turner Audio CD
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1. Typical Male
2. What You Get is What You See
3. Two People
4. Till the Right Man Comes Along
5. Afterglow
6. Girls
7. Back Where You Started
8. Break Every Rule
9. Overnight Sensation
10. Paradise is Here
11. I'll be Thunder

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Turner,Tina ~ Break Every Rule

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5.0 out of 5 stars Great follow up to her comeback album. June 18 2004
Format:Audio CD
Break Every Rule was the follow up the hugely successful Private Dancer album. Break Every Rule peaked at #6 and sold over a million copies in America. This also launched her first "farewell" tour in 1987. The tour played to over 5 million people, and did over 250 concerts worldwide.
The first track, Typical Male, was the biggest hit of of the album peaking at #2 for 3 weeks. Its a great piece of bubble gum pop, with its catchy chorus. What You Get Is What You See was also a hit peaking at #13. It's a pop/country tune. Two People is a soft ballad that hit the charts at #26.
One of my personal favorites is Afterglow. Its got a great back back, & the song has a good message I think. Back Where You Started is Tina at her most rock. Its a get back, revenge type of song that fits great with her life. She won the Best Rock Performance Female Grammy for this underlooked classic. The title track of the album has always been one of my favorites. It was released as a single but fizzled at #76.
The album ends with a great combination of Paradise Is Here, & I"ll Be Thunder. Great songs that will leave you remebering this album. In the eighties Tina released 3 LP's. Private Dancer, Break Every Rule, & Foriegn Affiar. Each one better than the one before, and unfortunatly, least successful. I perosnally think everyone should have these 3 albums, as they are great, underated rock classic albums.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Overlooked upon release Dec 21 2003
By William
Format:Audio CD
"Private Dancer" came out in 1984, hailed as the ultimate comeback album. In mid 1986, she released "Break Every Rule" but critics panned it, while others said it came out too late to flow on from the successful "Private Dancer" album.
I personally love this album, it contains some great dance tracks "Typical Male" and "Break Every Rule" through to some power ballads "Paradise is Here" and "Girls". Mark Knopfler returns after writing the "Private Dancer" track to give us "Overnight Sensation".
In a way, the album flopped. Radio in Australia picked up "Typical Male" and "What you Get is What You See" but then lost interest. The single "Break Every Rule" was the album's best single, and had number 1 written all over it. Radio chose to ignore it, and then the album was quickly forgotten about.
How does it sound today? Ok, it has alot of 80's synthesizers sounds through it, but there are some gems on it. It doesn't have the timeless sound of the "Foreign Affair" album, but is still worthy of a place in your collection.
Go Tina!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Bounderies are ment to be broken... Nov. 12 2002
Format:Audio CD
This CD by Tina follows up her success with PRIVATE DANCER.
She probably thought it best to stick to the soul/rock formula in 1986 too..and figures proved her right.
The album sold amazingly well, the tour wich supported it ended up sometime in 1988, somewhere in brazil, with the largest crowd ever assembled til then for a single performer.
Getting back to the album, she delivers great performances all through the CD.
Does not matter if you're on the dancefloor (TYPICAL MALE) - or even a countrybar dancefloor (WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET) -, if you are in the bedroom with the one you love (TWO PEOPLE, PARADISE IS HERE) or driving in the car (TIL THE RIGHT MAN COMES ALONG); not even if you have your headphone set on (AFTERGLOW): she will always gets thru.
Tina enlisted a little help from her friends again having David Bowie writing the splendid and glittering GIRLS, Bryan Adams bringin over the right rocker's touch to the guitar-driven BACK WHERE YOU STARTED and Mark Knopfler coming up with the honky-tonky-flavoured OVERNIGHT SENSATION.
This album is just about perfect for everyone...
pick your favourite environment and take a good listen to it!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Tina Turner the "Queen of rock". Sept. 26 2002
Format:Audio CD
Break Every Rule is one of Tina's best albums, the album was realesed in 1986 after her "Private Dancer success".
Tina realesed this album with a hole new direction from her early works at that time, she gives her self as a rock and roll diva and as a love singer.
The album contains hit songs like:
1-TYPICAL MALE wich was the first cut of the album and was a big hit in the 80's, the song made it to #1 in 1986 and was nominated for a Grammy award.
2-WHAT YOU GET IS WHAT YOU SEE wich was the second single, talks about the women revolution also was hit and reached #14 in the Hot 100.
3-The third cut TWO PEOPLE describes a perfect sharing love relationship it made it to #23 in the US and #1 in Europe.
4-The #5 dance hit AFTERGLOW shows Tina in the need of love.
5-The very acclaimed rock song BACK WERE YOU STARTED brought Tina another Grammy award in the Best Femele Rock Vocal Perfomance category.
6-The song for her 3 year sold out Break Every Rule world tour was BREAK EVERY RULE only made it to #74 in the US but was a hot track during her shows.
7-OVERNIGHT SENSATION her autobiographical song was not a single but tells us in a funny way Tina's music career.
8-PARADISE IS HERE was covered in 1995 by Cher in her album "It's a man's world"
Break Every Rule sold million copies and is consider a classic wich contains 11 songs and has composition by Bryan Adams and the writers of Tina's smashing hit "What's love".
This album has all kinds of styles and lyrics.
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1.0 out of 5 stars One of my favourite albums seriously needs to be remastered
Bought this thinking it would be remastered or updated, no such luck. Had terrible sound, the sound was so low I just threw it in the garbage, don't waste your money on this until... Read more
Published 17 months ago by J. Alexander
5.0 out of 5 stars Break every rule!
One of Tina Turner's forgotten albums is actually one of her best.
The album sold well way back in 1986, but it seems that when they overlook her career, this album is never... Read more
Published on Sept. 25 2003
5.0 out of 5 stars Underrated Tina Album
This 1986 Tina Turner release is one of her most underrated albums. Her vocals are strong, yet melodic. Read more
Published on Sept. 16 2003
5.0 out of 5 stars PURE ROCK N TINA
This is "sophomore" cd after the smash Private Dancer.
This album explores the more rock n roll Tina. Read more
Published on Nov. 18 2002 by "swingoutsisterguy"
5.0 out of 5 stars Repeated Listening Pleasure!
This has always been one of my favorite Tina Turner "resurgence" albums. While the critics never praised it at the time of it's release, it most definitely is one of... Read more
Published on Dec 26 2001
5.0 out of 5 stars Repeated Listening Pleasure!
This has always been one of my favorite Tina Turner "resurgence" albums. While the critics never praised it at the time of it's release, it most definitely is one of... Read more
Published on Dec 26 2001
5.0 out of 5 stars Break the rules and buy this album!
The queen of rock n'roll returned with a follow up to her smash come-back hit "Private Dancer" with this being my fav 80's from her. Read more
Published on March 25 2001 by Ben Cartwright
5.0 out of 5 stars Paradise Is Here.
I am a Tina fan, and I know that Break Every Rule isn't seen as one of her best recordings, but I think it is. Read more
Published on March 21 2000 by Jason Stein
5.0 out of 5 stars GREAT!
Published on Oct. 9 1999
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