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Night Songs

Cinderella (Rock) Audio CD
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
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1. Night Songs
2. Shake Me
3. Nobody's Fool
4. Nothin' For Nothin'
5. Once Around The Ride
6. Hell On Wheels
7. Somebody Save Me
8. In From The Outside
9. Push, Push
10. Back Home Again

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5.0 out of 5 stars PUSH, PUSH March 5 2002
Format:Audio CD
That first album strikes again! With NIGHTSONGS, Cinderella jumped into the spotlight, with the help of MTV's Headbanger's Ball. Beyond the videos, though, there is still a lot of great music. Not to belittle the rest of the band, but Cinderella, for the most part, was Tom Keifer. Tom sang, wrote, played guitar, and played keyboards. He always reminded me of a well-fed Steven Tyler. He has an excellent voice, though and the guitar work for the band[I can't say it was Tom] is very good.
If you know the band already you probably have most of their music, but if not, this or their greatest hits would be your best purchases, with LONG COLD WINTER coming in a close third. The best thing about this debut is the songs that didn't make ONCE UPON A TIME[Greatest Hits]. There is "Nothing From Nothing", "Push, Push", "Back Home Again", and the title track. Of course, their big hits are here, too, "Shake Me", "Nobody's Fool", and "Somebody Save Me". Cinderella plays power pop and ballads; they are good at both.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Album All the Way Through Jan. 4 2002
Format:Audio CD
I recently purchased this CD, having discovered 80's metal for myself after years of prompting from friends. White Lion and Def Leppard got me started, and I listen to those groups religiously now. I wanted some more of the same, basically, and I discovered Cinderella. All I can say is "verrrrry good."
Cinderella starts the album with a song I find attractively eerie and/or haunting: "Night Songs." Song three, "Nobody's Fool," is very good as well, and "Somebody Save Me," "Push Push," and "Hell On Wheels" just flat out rock.
Tom Keifer's voice (lead singer) is very similar to the lead singer of Def Leppard (can't remember his name right now), but with just a little more "screech", if you will. It's hard to explain, except that he's definitely got a good voice for pop metal, and if you like Def Leppard's sound of voice and overall music, you'll like this offering of Cinderella.
This CD, best described, is a perfect blend of Def Leppard and White Lion (Mike Tramp, lead singer of White Lion) not only in the sound of the singer's voice, but in their guitar and drum work, and their riffs and rock. I highly recommend the CD!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Not The Lightweights You'd Think From The Cover Dec 13 2001
By tin2x
Format:Audio CD
I'm a Cinderella fan and I'll admit that their look turned me off in the beginning, but if you listen to the album you don't get Posion/Warrant rock. These guys were taking their cue from AC/DC, Aerosmith, and heavy Stones.
This album is a LOT more bluesy than you'd think. Not blues. But VERY blues based. As other reviewers have noted as well there is a certain darkness to this album as well. There's something a little haunting about songs such as "Night Songs", "Nothin' For Nothin'" and "Back Home Again". "Shake Me", "In From The Outside", "Hell On Wheels" and "Once Around The Ride" all rock hard. The lyrics may not be all that original (admittedly, but then again rock lyrics generally aren't) but the band is just tight and the execution of the whole package is excellent. "Nobody's Fool" is an excellent power ballad, and as a kiss off has a slightly different slant than the usual sappy ones. And "Somebody Save Me" is a great song that's very poppy when you look at it without the overdriven guitar. "Push Push" is a song about sex but it has such a great riff behind it that it overpowers the somewhat formulaic lyrics.
Overall this album musically is so tight, and not quite the glam you'd think, that it comes off as a great, yet not representative mid to late 80's hard rock album.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent debut Dec 17 2000
Format:Audio CD
This was a great debut album. The scary thought is that the next two were even better! Say what you want about the lyrics but if you are reading this, you have more than likely enjoyed this record at least once and at some point in your life.
Tom Keifer, the singer, writes the majority of Cinderella's output on his own and does a great job of structuring these songs. Even the "album tracks" sound and flow great. 'Night Songs' is a great opener, in fact, they used it when I saw them live with Poison, August 29th, 2000 (where they stole the show). 'Shake me' follows up nicely, a great chorus if I ever heard one.
'Nobody's fool' is the only ballad on this cd so that should please you diehard rockers who just "didn't get" those pesky ballads but it still sounds good, rocks more than most ballads. These first three tracks are concert staples for the band as well.
The so-called filler tracks actually all are strong. 'Nothin for nothin', 'Once around the ride' and 'Hell on wheels' all could have went over on radio, strong stuff. Jeff LaBar's guitar never lets you down!
'Somebody save me' was another hit (Bon Jovi, who helped Cinderella get signed, appeared in the video). 'In from the outside' was probably the weakest track on the album, but again stronger than most of the bands who followed in Cinderella's footsteps. Ditto for 'Back home again' the closer but track 9, 'Push push' is another strong song, in the vein of Kiss, a little bit glammy and also another concert staple.
All in all, a fine debut album. If you enjoyed the debuts by Warrant, Slaughter or Poison then you should be into this. A must-have if you don't already own it and you are into this "scene." If you have this one but not the later ones, I would recommend those as well.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Published 9 days ago by michelle freeman
5.0 out of 5 stars classic 80's metal/rock on the cups of the 90's
Probably one of the best rock records ever made, the cover of the album is over the top, just the way the 80's were, pure party...
Published 12 months ago by J. Boutin
4.0 out of 5 stars Another great debut. 4.5 stars
An excellent album all around. Great tunes such as "Shake Me" ( a personal favourite) "Night Songs" "Nobody's Fool" and "Somebody Save Me". Read more
Published 18 months ago by Sir Steven
4.0 out of 5 stars It's good....
This is a good album. I like Cinderella, and their sound, but this album is not amazing! Half the tracks are just alright, and nothing really special. Read more
Published on March 11 2012 by Emily
4.0 out of 5 stars Cinderella Ain't The Horrible Band They're Said To Be
Cinderella is often and unfortunately written off as being a horrible 80s' hair band. That's not true, in fact they rocked far more than that, this description is due mostly... Read more
Published on Feb. 27 2010 by Tommy Skylar
5.0 out of 5 stars strong rockin album!
This rocks! Cinderella are an amazing rock band, dont let the cover fool ya this ain't no poisen or montly crap this is like ACDC ish rock the house stuff, cinderella rocks nuff... Read more
Published on Nov. 1 2004 by Deimos
4.0 out of 5 stars Strong entry from one of the best 80's rock bands
A great power rock tape from the 80's, it was one of my favorites when it was new, and I was in school. Their videos had me and my buds glued to the tube. Read more
Published on July 17 2004 by "richiepgh"
3.0 out of 5 stars If you can get past the cover art....
If you can get pass the cover art, you'll find this is an avergae enjoyable hair metal album, with good riffs and decent songwriting.
Published on June 15 2004 by Carmarthen
5.0 out of 5 stars nice
Wow. I'm so excited to find others who like Night Songs. I think Cinderella is the best. I bought a great poster of them off of ebay. I just wish they'd tour on the east coast. Read more
Published on May 25 2004
5.0 out of 5 stars Cinderella Did It Best
Night Songs, Cinderella's debut album, is the only album put out by the band that can really be described as typical of 80s glam rock. Read more
Published on May 22 2004 by jacqueline s paulson
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