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Relativity

Mamas Boys Audio CD

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The Emerald Isle has produced many classic hard-rock bands over the decades from TASTE & SKID ROW through to THIN LIZZY & U2. Even these great names have produced no more passionate a reaction than MAMA'S BOYS, the band based around the McMANUS brothers f

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5.0 out of 5 stars A Classic Hard Rock album Nov. 21 2006
By Stuart M. Tysinger - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This is the last of the Mama's Boys CD's. It is also one of their best. It is more hard rock than AOR and the guitar player really shines on this release. It is a shame that this band never got the respect they deserved. They had songs, musicians and production that equalled many famous band in their genre but they never got the break they deserved. It a real shame.
4.0 out of 5 stars Final shot Feb. 14 2010
By Justin G. - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
If ever there was a band that "should have been huge" it was Irish brother act Mama's Boys. The band, which featured brothers Pat (guitars), John (vocals, bass) and Tommy (drums) McManus emerged at the tail end of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal (NWOBHM) scene and played a melodic, commercially accessible style of hard rock that should have made them a household name in the 80's.

1992's Relativity was the first album with vocalist Mike Wilson, who did a fantastic job, sounding like a cross between Lou Gramm and Nazareth's Dan McCafferty. Wilson's voice has a lot to do with the overall Foreigner arena rock sound on this album. Actually, Relativity has a strong Foreigner meets Thin Lizzy sound that works really well. Most of these songs would have worked as radio hits only a year or two earlier, but they have an authenticity that a lot of the era's more popular AOR acts lacked.

Sadly, Relativity was Mama's Boys' final release. Grunge soon took over, and Tommy later lost his life to leukemia. It's a great album to wrap up the band's legacy though, and one that any fan of the band (or melodic rock in general) ought to own.

Edition Notes: Angel Air reissued Relativity in 2001, adding five live songs as bonus tracks. They don't mention remastering, but the sound does seem cleaned up a bit over the original version.
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2.0 out of 5 stars never the same Feb. 3 2009
By Mr. Terry Brown - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
I wanted to like this cd because i am a big fan of this band , but they were never the same when they got a new singer , all the albums with just the three brothers rock , but i was disapointed with this one . Its not bad just not as good as the others in my opinion .
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