Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Stonebolt - New Set of Changes (1980)

Here's another entry from Stonebolt, 1980's "New Set of Changes". Continuing the band's newfound AOR sound, the album could be easily considered a companion piece to "Keep It Alive" from the prior year. A vast improvement over the debut from 1978, the album is ripe with hooks and smooth melodies that persist throughout the entirety of the recording. Though the band would only have one more album left in them, "New Set of Changes" is an album that belies the band's waning musical fortunes and boldly states that they are firmly in control of their creative vision.

If anyone has a clean rip of "Juvenile American Princess", by all means contact me so we can account for the band's entire body of recorded work. In the meantime, take a listen to this sweet vinyl transfer and dig the sounds of Stonebolt.

7 comments:

Daz said...

Cheers J for this, classy stuff indeed. How did I miss this one over the years !

Daz

Facehunter said...

It's so typical Megaupload, it never works so i sure hope the other links that hopefully will turn up on Sharebee will work instead. Nice blogg btw.

sparkiesdad said...

Hi, Great site that you have here! Just wondering if you would be able to make this available to download again. Thanks!

bcelic said...

Please reup.

Anonymous said...

Please upload this one

Anonymous said...

My vinyl is warped. Could you please repost as the link to sharebee did not produce a download. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

I've been looking for this album for years. I finally found it on your site only to discover that it was not available. PLEASE REPOST!!!!!! I would be so grateful. Thanks.