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Despite its 19 year old pedigree, there is still enough quality and craftsmanship to this album to make it worth exploring. In the truest sense, the word loop in music is a reference to a continuous repeating (at least usually) musical element. In the case of On a Roll, the repeating element is the riff played throughout the song. Of course, the riff is only a small part of the music here, but when you ignore that part, this is actually an excellent example of a great looped song in that this loop is the good things about the song. Its the song elements that are repeated, not the loop. Outside of that, this is a very solid affair, one of the best B.A.D. albums, and yet a very light and easy listening affair at the same time. It has the slick sound of their earlier material (think Let This Be Our Last Dance or Funky Kingston) but they have also made significant improvements in the bass and guitar sound. This album is easily their most technically accomplished with the technical accomplishment that is one of the strong points of Revolution 9. Chris Blackwell is a very gifted sound programmer and the bass sounds on this album are just phenomenal. Of course, this album is great in its stand-alone, B.A.D.s later albums and parts of the career of Mick Jones, but it definitely stands well on its own.
More than three quarters of the music on this album has already been put to use on their previous two albums, so there is no real reason to include these songs here as the musical taste of fans will have been most likely familiar with the tracks. With that in mind, the final track is the only new addition to this collection and it is one of my favorite tracks from the band. Playa Playa was the B.A.D. single in 1966 but it wasn’t until 4 years later that it saw a commercial release, and even then it was a rare single and hardly ever heard on the radio. It is one of those rare records in the history of music that was never commercially released in any form, but this song is one of those rare songs that was so popular that it got it’s own single. This song was, for some reason, never even released as a B.A.D. single, but was only included on the On a Roll album as the final track. Once again, this musical genre-bending single was also the only B.A.D. single to not have the B.A.D. on the cover and the only single to not have the B.A.D. photograph on the cover.
join ryder, marshall, and the rest of the paw patrol in a crazy adventure to save adventure city from a sinister threat. as the paw patrol continues its paw appreciation day, they discover that a pair of old men are in hot pursuit of an egg. each paw patrol has a unique ability that will help the pups in their efforts to rescue the egg. the paw patrol must work together to make sure that adventure city is safe for all of its animal friends.
as the paw patrol prepares for paw appreciation day, they discover the elusive missing egg. now the adventure begins as the paw patrol sets out on a special training mission to save adventure city from a pair of nefarious old men. each paw patrol has a unique ability that will help the pups in their efforts to rescue the egg. the paw patrol must work together to make sure that adventure city is safe for all of its animal friends.
paw appreciation day is almost here! join the paw patrol in a fun-filled adventure to save adventure city from a pair of sinister old men. each paw patrol has a unique ability that will help the pups in their efforts to rescue the egg. the paw patrol must work together to make sure that adventure city is safe for all of its animal friends.
join the paw patrol on a special training mission to save adventure city from a pair of nefarious old men. as the paw patrol continues its paw appreciation day, they discover that a pair of old men are in hot pursuit of an egg. each paw patrol has a unique ability that will help the pups in their efforts to rescue the egg.
for the most part, the songs on tighten up vol. 88 are competent, if generic, pop-rock anthems, with a few exceptions. the ballad thank you is a nice, easy listen, and has a great melody. but the best song on the album is the frantic, dance-pop-rock of the eponymous single. it’s a catchy tune and one of the best you’ll hear this year. the last two songs, one little word and best friends, are similar, and show what a great vocalist and songwriter dale is. the songs are simple, but powerful, and have enough personality to stand up to the quality of the rest of the album. the highlight of the album, however, is the ballad this one (tighten up). its incredible song, with a great melody and lyrics, that really stand out from the rest of the songs on the album. – by chris hoots