The Way In – Blame It On Rock And Roll [1988]

gerghrCountry USA          

Style Hard Rock

Rating 84/100

Band Members Louis Michael –Lead Vocals, Danny Rose – Lead Guitars,Vocals, Nick “The Quig” Clemente – Bass,Vocals, Frank Duca – Drums,Vocals, Rob Mason – Rhythm Guitars,Vocals

Tracks 01. All American Washout, 02. Angel Walk, 03. Power of Five, 04. Sinnocence, 05. Blame It On Rock and Roll, 06. Passion Zone, 07. Love On the Western Front, 08. Refugee Heart, 09. Black Sheep, 10. Tears for My Radio, 11. Fantasia Girl, 12. Hostile Heart

Profile The Way In is one of those bands that makes you scratch your head and say why aren’t these guys huge. Hailing from New Jersey  (later known as Sinnocence) shared stages with the likes of Kix, Tuff or Enuff Z’Nuff and were very close to get a record deal, but never came as on many bands on that period. Thanks to FNA Records all of their songs are reisued and released into two albums, the one we present here and the other titled “Dirty (The Early Years)”. The Way In is everything that is right with commercial Rock-N-Roll. The songs are ultra catchy, well-written, and contain major hooks that grabs the listener and leaves them wanting more. Think Bon Jovi meets Rick Springfield with songs that get stuck in your head. Another nice band rescued from oblivion that deserve your attention.

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