Nazareth Move Me Album
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Release information about the album
Release Date: 10/17/1995
Tracks in Move Me: The White Bicycle, Let Me Be Your Dog, Can't Shake Those Shakes, Crack Me Up, Move Me, Steamroller, Stand by Your Beds, Rip It Up, Demon Alcohol, You Gad It Comin', Bring It Home to Mama, Burning Down, Love Hurts, This Flight Tonight, Razamanaz
Move Me Album Tracklist
- The White Bicycle Lyrics
- Let Me Be Your Dog Lyrics
- Can't Shake Those Shakes Lyrics
- Crack Me Up Lyrics
- Move Me Lyrics
- Steamroller Lyrics
- Stand by Your Beds Lyrics
- Rip It Up Lyrics
- Demon Alcohol Lyrics
- You Gad It Comin' Lyrics
- Bring It Home to Mama Lyrics
- Burning Down Lyrics
- Love Hurts Lyrics
- This Flight Tonight Lyrics
- Razamanaz Lyrics
A Little bit hard '90s Album | Reviewer: Chris A. Jimenez | 8/10/13
The appropriate follow-up of "NO JIVE", that shows a very similar technique, even this album sounds a little bit harder than the previous.
The '80's influences that exhibited songs like "Cover your Heart" or "Lap of Luxury" now the band blow it up with scores of power and dynamism. It's a get-up-and-go album that entertains a lot...who said that Nazareth couldn't make you sweat?
Another handful of tough songs, similar to an AC/DC style; "Rip It Up", "Can't Shake those Shakes", "Let me Be your Dog" and "Crack me Up!", for example. And one that I think is the AC/DC's "Rock your Heart Out" opponent: "Steamroller". You see, Mr. McCafferty screaming like Mr. Johnson. But Nazareth does something than the other band not: ballads; a sweet ballads, well, it's Nazareth, so we can listen "Move Me" and Burning Down" unworriedly.
Yes, the Nazareth AOR's trace always will be here anyway, with compositions like the peculiar "Demon Alcohol" or the wonderful "Bring It on Home to Mama".
A great '90's "hard rock" record (forget the f****ng "grunge" and the "groove metal" of Pantera and Machine Head and pin your ears back with albums and bands like this...incomparable).
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