No Sweat – No Sweat [1990]

PhotobucketCountry Ireland          

Style Hard Rock

Rating 85/100

Band Members Dave Gooding – Guitars, Backing Vocals, Jim Phillips – Guitars, Backing Vocals, Jon J. Angel – Bass, Paul Quinn – Lead Vocals, PJ Smith – Keyboards, Backing Vocals, Ray Fean – Drums

Additional Musicians Jimmy Crichton – Keyboards, James Kottak – Drums, Tim Pierce – Guitars, Michael Sadler, Claudia Fontaine, Shelley Buckspan – Backing vocals, Johnnie Edwards – Slide guitar

Tracks 01. Heart And Soul (3:25), 02. Shake (4:49), 03. Stay (4:29), 04. On The Edge (4:17), 05. Waters Flow (4:23), 06. Tear Down The Walls (4:29), 07. Generation (3:30), 08. Lean On Me (3:47), 09. Stranger (4:52), 10. Mover (5:03)

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Profile No Sweat were an Irish rock band, active during the late 1980s and early 1990s. They are best remembered for their single, “Heart and Soul” (produced by the Def Leppard frontman Joe Elliott), which topped the Irish Singles Chart for two weeks in June 1989.

The group had two further Irish hits the following year with “Tear Down the Walls” (#4) and “On the Edge” (#11). 1990 also saw the release of their self-titled debut album, which was produced by Keith Olsen for Pogo Logo Corp., and was recorded at the Goodnight L.A. studio in Van Nuys, California, United States.

“Heart and Soul” and “Tear Down the Walls” were released as singles in the United Kingdom, with both enjoying minor success in the UK Singles Chart. The former spent four weeks in that chart, peaking at #64, whilst “Tear Down the Walls” peaked at #61.

Their guitarist, Dave Gooding, became the vocalist for blues-rock band b.l.o.w. with former members of Little Angels.

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