The Best of Britny Fox Import
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Britny Fox, to me, played a huge part in writing the theme songs to my adolesence. This album kicks.
Yes, they have been compared to Cinderella, but that can't be helped when their guitarist and deceased former drummer were members of that band.
Tracks like "Girlschool", "Long Way To Love" and "Standing In The Shadows" are true good time tracks. Nothing too serious. Just clean fun.
This was a band that was talented, but then again all these from the 80's were talented musicians. It bothers me when people write comments stating that these bands weren't talented because for the most part they were all incredible musicians. Today's no talent hacks should take a cue from these guys. Most of today's players are crap when compared to bands like Britny Fox and Cinderella.
While the band currently has a new vocalist (Tommy Paris), original singer Dean Davidson is on all of these tracks, all of which were culled from the band's self titled debut and second album, "Boys in Heat;" both of which stand very well on their own.
Almost every track on the album is great rock and roll. My particular favorites are "In Motion," "Girlschool," "She's So Lonely," and "Long Way to Love". Two cover songs are on the album -- Slade's "Gudbye to Jane" and Nazareth's "Hair of the Dog." "Dream On" is their own original -- not the one made famous by Aerosmith. But when you name a song after a classic one like that... what do you expect. Nevertheless, Britny Fox's "Dream On" is still a pretty good track.
To their credit, the band has carried on and has released several other albums: "Bite Down Hard" (1991), "Long Way to LIVE" (2001), and "Springhead Motorshark" (2003).
Too bad Britny Fox came when they did during the advent of Grunge. They never had a chance as their style of music and image was on the way out as far as popular culture was concerned. But judging from what's "popular" in music today, I'll stick with what's good -- stuff like this.
Most recent customer reviews
Britny Fox were NOT a hair band. All of the guys wore wigs!Published on June 21 2004 by Sidnee Roarke
This band really knows how to rock!This album could have been better if it included Left Me Stray,Stevie and Long Road which are three songs that should have been added! Read morePublished on June 2 2003 by Jonathan Boulet
This is simply a great album with a lot of great tunes on it. No rock collection can be considered complete without this album. Read morePublished on April 15 2002 by Eric Klusman
Britny Fox is the greatest band. They are just 4 guys who love music and love to rock. Their latest album is awesome and has all their great songs on it. Read morePublished on Nov. 14 2001 by Nicknack918