Jump to content

toronto


66 mustang
 Share

Recommended Posts

Class band from the early - mid 80`s.

 

They released 4 albums....

 

Lookin` For Trouble

Head On

Get It On Credit

Girls Night Out

 

Their great female vocalist was Holly Woods who also released the album Assault And Flattery under the moniker -

Holly Woods & Toronto.

 

1_min.jpg

Link to comment
Share on other sites

"Girls Night Out" is an excellent AOR album. Haven't heard their others.

 

Pretty good album but probably the weakest of the 4 albums they released :tumbsup:

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Excellent band and besides Faron, I know Nick is a big fan aswell. All their discs are worth trackling down in my humble opinion, but my fave is probably the excellent 'Head On' followed by 'Girls Night Out' then the other 2 very closely behind. All excellent though, even 'Assault And Flattery' has some good moments. Holly Woods has one hell of a voice aswell, making this one band a cut above some of the other female fronted bands.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Excellent band and besides Faron, I know Nick is a big fan aswell. All their discs are worth trackling down in my humble opinion, but my fave is probably the excellent 'Head On' followed by 'Girls Night Out' then the other 2 very closely behind. All excellent though, even 'Assault And Flattery' has some good moments. Holly Woods has one hell of a voice aswell, making this one band a cut above some of the other female fronted bands.

 

Great avatar Jez :tumbsup:

 

Head On is my favourite too followed by Get It On Credit, love them all :tumbsup:

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Excellent band and besides Faron, I know Nick is a big fan aswell. All their discs are worth trackling down in my humble opinion, but my fave is probably the excellent 'Head On' followed by 'Girls Night Out' then the other 2 very closely behind. All excellent though, even 'Assault And Flattery' has some good moments. Holly Woods has one hell of a voice aswell, making this one band a cut above some of the other female fronted bands.

 

Great avatar Jez :tumbsup:

 

Head On is my favourite too followed by Get It On Credit, love them all :tumbsup:

 

You know what - Head On I don't rate as much as Looking for Trouble or Get it On Credit (although I prefer it to Girls Night Out...which I still like!), The title track is fantastic though.....it's still a great album I just prefer the other two.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Wow, I had totally forgotten about this band til I saw this post! Actually saw them live in the 80's, good pop/rock :)

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Wow, I had totally forgotten about this band til I saw this post! Actually saw them live in the 80's, good pop/rock :)

 

:respect:

Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 1 month later...
Wow, I had totally forgotten about this band til I saw this post! Actually saw them live in the 80's, good pop/rock :)

 

:respect:

 

saw them live once back in the day. Obvious comparisons to Heart. Lookin for trouble was pretty good.

 

Another one who had seen them, great stuff. :bowdown:

 

Excellent band, only bought the remasters last year, after having the vinyl since they first came out! :tumbsup:

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

Loading...
 Share

  • 2021 HH Donation Drive

    Please support Heavy Harmonies! The donations goal is the out-of-pocket expenses to run the main site and this board for calendar year 2021.



    76% of donation goal reached.
    Donate Sidebar by DevFuse
  • Posts

    • Hold on soldier, I'm hoping that wasn't aimed at me. I don't think I was putting anyone down, and as far as I know, I'm not an atheist either. I don't actually know. I can't stand all this label rubbish and don't have a label for my thoughts on this stuff. Yes, I believe you are born, you live and you die and that's the end of it. But they're just my thoughts.  Anyway, why are we talking about Christmas now anyway? Still almost 30 days to go... 
    • Agree, love that Irish girl type look. Tans are overrated!
    • Only humans were created in the image of God, and most consider that to mean possession of an eternal soul. However, the animals were put on the earth for humans to have dominion and use plus care for them. As for Heaven, we can't know what it will be like, but in my mind it would not be heaven if there were not dogs for me to hang out with, so I expect that yes there will be animals, otherwise how is it heaven for an animal lover? This view of heaven being in the clouds, wearing robes and playing harps is mostly an atheist's invention to mock what they can't comprehend. To try and explain heaven to an atheist is like trying to describe the sky to someone who has had their face buried in mud their entire lives. It's a rather fruitless and usually thankless task. I know atheists have their pile of dirt and nothingness to look forward to (lol). Yes, I am aware that atheists have invented this concept of "ascention" through genetic evolution or artificial immortality as a replacement of heaven in your religion, but I'm not sure how atheists rationalise an incorporeal existence in their concept of pointless nothingness. It doesn't bother me either what you atheists believe, I just wish you weren't so arrogant about your nihilistic mindset and cease with the put downs of those who don't share your belief set. And merry Christmas my pagan friends! I genuinely mean that.
    • Haha. Been decades since I had any discussions like this on the forum and I definitely do not want to revisit, but as my mind is always ticking over I was actually thinking about stuff the other day. So if we (humans) get a fancy afterlife kickin' it with Jesus and God n' stuff, do animals? When an ant dies, does the ant experience Heaven? Does a dog, or a cat? An elephant? Do all beings experience Heaven (or hell too, I guess, if they didn't follow the gospel?). Or do only humans experience Heaven, and if so, why do animals have a pointless existence but there simply must be something more to a human's life other than being born, living and dying?  Genuinely curious, compadre. I used to have many discussions with Mark (metalmaniac777) back in the day and we're still best buds and we even made love a few times. I'm sure he doesn't mind me disclosing that. So seriously not having a dig, but I live to learn. 
    • lol. Really interested to know if they get any takers. Solid wad of cash, $7500. Mildly interesting they still use a photo of the band with Lexxi in it, assuming they haven't replaced him yet? 
    • Yeah, I got a bit of a Degreed vibe from it too. Quality stuff. 
    • My wife had the news on this afternoon and I saw this mind numbing horseshit panic-splashed across the headlines. I thought wow, this sounds alarming. But I heard B.1.1.530 is going to hit even harder. To be honest, though, they called it something else on Aussie news, though - Cock Makers variant, or something like that. I seriously can't remember, but they actually had a name for it rather than this morse code version of it.  Anyway, 95% vaccinated in NSW and we still have to walk around like moron beatshit brains with our face masks on - mandatory - in all indoor settings. Mask rules weren't even this harsh for the majority of the pre-vaccine pandemic. Fuck me I love this cuntry. 
    • Yes, very nice, but unfortunately a distinct lack of "Titties" on show! FFS! This isn't the "Do you want to Bang your Librarian?" thread!
    • Not for me, but have at it bud. 
    • Titties not kitties. 
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.