X-15 – Blueprint [1982]

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Country USA          

Style Melodic Rock/AOR

Rating 78/100

Band Members T. Doverspike – Lead vocals, David Cross – Lead guitars, Bruce Marshall – Guitars, Tim Comer – Bass,guitars, Jim Blazer – Keyboards, Tom Garner – Drums

Additional Musicians Michael Brecker,Bruce Kapler – Saxophone, Pete Hewlett,Chuck O’Steen – Backing vocals

Tracks 01. Is It Him, 02. Danger Zone, 03. Give Me Your Love, 04. Second Hand Love, 05. Jennifer, 06. All The Time, 07. You’re So Cruel, 08. Waiting Tonight, 09. Cold Shivers, 10. Baby Hold On

Profile X-15 is a six-piece rock band based in the Mid-West (Pittsburgh) and includes members of the David Warner Band, formed in 1981 by guitarist David “Tunes” Cross and frontman T. Doverspike. The album feature melodic rock tunes with a pomp touch and many describe them as familiar with Toto, I am not in that mood. The bad had their own style and although the album released from a small label they gain airplay on the billboard charts back in 1982. The synth-pop/aor “Give Me Your Love” is one of the best songs of the record, followed by the power-pop/aor “Second Hand Love” and the melodious “Baby Hold On”.  The album feature Pete Hewlett of Novo Combo on backing vocals. Quiet rare and similar to bands like Airborne and 805.

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  1. linda says:

    to whom it may concern, would like to know what every happen to the band, did they disbanded or are they still in making that good music we the fans would like to know.

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