Arcade is the first studio album by glam metal supergroup Arcade. Released in 1993, the album produced two singles that would land in the Top 30 of the Billboard Mainstream Rock Chart: "Nothin' to Lose" and "Cry No More". The album would prove to be a mild success as it charted on the Billboard 200 and on the Billboard Heatseekers chart. Stephen Pearcy – lead vocals. Frankie Wilsex – guitar. Donny Syracuse – guitar. Michael Andrews – bass.
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Arcade is an album by the band Arcade. It featured 2 tracks that charted in the Top 30 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Chart : "Nothin' to Lose" ( & "Cry No More" (. Dancin' with the Angels". Calm Before the Storm".
Redirected from Arcade (album)). Arcade most often refers to: Arcade (architecture), a series of adjoining arches. Amusement arcade, a place with arcade games. Arcade game, a coin-operated game machine. Arcade cabinet, housing which holds an arcade game's hardware. Arcade system board, a standardized printed circuit board. Penny arcade (venue), any type of venue for coin-operated devices. Block Arcade, a heritage listed arcade in Melbourne, Victoria.
It's a driving, glossy . So, Arcade's eponymous album was something only the devoted heard, and even today, it's the kind of item that only fanatics of Ratt, Cinderella, or . hard rock and metal will seek out. The thing is, it's worth seeking out - this delivers the goods without pretense or nonsense.
Музыкальный стильHard Rock. Владельцы этого альбома36. 1. Dancin' with the Angels.
Arcade is the first studio album by glam metal supergroup Arcade. Arcade was a glam metal supergroup formed in 1992 by ex-Ratt vocalist Stephen Pearcy and Cinderella drummer Fred Coury, and featured ex-Sea Hags guitarist Frankie Wilsex, ex-Gypsy Rose guitarist Donny Syracuse, and ex-9. 0 bassist Michael Andrews. Its originally proposed name was to be Taboo.
In 1996 Arcade's parent company (Arcade Beheer BV) was acquired by Wegener, a dutch publishing giant. After a reorganization and acquisition of more companies (like CNR Music and Indisc - although these 2 labels/distributors kept using their own names too) the audio section of the Arcade Group was renamed into "Arcade Music Company" and also the company "Arcade Benelux" got split up into a Belgian and Dutch division. Arcade licensed tracks from different record companies and brought them together onto a single album, marketing with "original artists - original hits".