Seal It With A Kiss - New England - Explorer Suite (CD, Album)

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  1. Murisar
    It was an influence that permeated well into the 70s and something that was not lost on one of Boston's finest exports, New England. Formed in the late seventies, and handled by Kiss manager Bill Aucoin, this four piece unit issued one of the finest debut albums of all time on the ultimately ill-fated Infinity label before switching allegiance to Elektra Records for this, their second album/5(33).
  2. JoJonris
    Label: Avalon - MICY • Series: Masa Ito Collection,Rock Legend Series • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock, Prog Rock New England - Explorer Suite (, CD) | Discogs.
  3. Milrajas
    Explorer Suite New England Pop · Preview SONG TIME Honey Money PREVIEW Conversation. 3. PREVIEW It's Never Too Late. 4. PREVIEW Explorer Suite. 5. PREVIEW Seal It With a Kiss. 6. More by New England. New England Walking Wild.
  4. Kazrajin
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about New England - Explorer Suite at Discogs. Complete your New England collection/5(40).
  5. Tabar
    Explorer Suite, an album by New England on Spotify. Seal It With a Kiss. 7. Hey You're On the Run. Live at the Regent Theatre. You Can't Keep Living This Way. Walking Wild. Explorer Suite. More New England. Listen to Explorer Suite now. Listen to Explorer Suite in full in the Spotify app. Play on SpotifyReleased on:
  6. Akinot
    It emerges as one of the best tracks on this release. "It's Never Too Late" has a great pop hook, but "Explorer Suite" is the big production number, the "We Will Rock You" showpiece that New England and this album are remembered for. "Seal It With a Kiss" is .
  7. Mim
    The band released their debut self titled album in , and this album, The Explorer Suite, the next year. The band has two obvious influences: KISS and Queen. The sugar coated and pop covered production of the album makes for great radio hits, but makes for scratchy ears for any prog fan.
  8. Vull
    The group moved to Elektra Records for their second album, Explorer Suite. [2] That album garnered little commercial notice. The title track was released as a single, with management at their label Elektra hoping for interest in an unconventional extended pop song, similar to what they had witnessed a few years earlier for their labelmates Queen with the song " Bohemian Rhapsody ".

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