10 Songs, 42 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

AshleyFableBlack ,

Mislabeled, but wonderfully so!

Yes, this is not the (live) album of Enuf Z Nuff, it is indeed their debut album. That being said, this album is a definitely worthy purchase for any fan of rock, glam, or eighties metal. From the wailing guitar solos to Chip's scratchy yet soaring vocals, this effort was one that shone from start to finish in the rainbow of shades of excess that was eighties "hair metal". Songs ranged from the smashing and crashing energetic "New Thing" to the soulful and sorrowful "I Could Never Be Without You", with the favorite of many "Fly High Michelle" a letter to a friend who took her own life. A great album, easily worth a ten-spot.

Jacksdaddy2004 ,

Best 1990's Band..

I saw these guys Back in the 90's in Winston-Salem, NC..Good Tunes Best Debut CD !!

If You Like Cheap Trick..Buy it !!

munger77 ,

Enuff Z

This is far more than just another hair band. This album is fantastic. Great songwriting and you can listen to it in any order from beginning to end. Three and four piece harmonies, very melodic vocal style that is natural and not forced. This is one band that should have made it. Their songs can be re-arranged to just about any style of music, but I would prefer to listen to them exactly as written. I had the pleasure of seeing them play at the Limelight in New York City around 1990. Great performers. Great guitar playing, and everything goes together very well. I'd love to hear all the songs they have written since. I bet there are hundreds of gems sitting around on cassette or DAT tapes collecting dust, which would be a true shame.

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