8 thoughts on “ Everyones A Star - TNT (15) - Tell No Tales (CD, Album)

  • Their third album 'Tell No Tales' features both '10, Lovers' as well as 'Everyone's A Star' which had heavy rotation on MTV. TRACKLIST: 1. Everyone's A Star 2. 10, Lovers (In One) 3. As Far As The Eye Can See 4. Sapphire 5. Child's Play 6. Smooth Syncopation 7. Listen To Your Heart 8. Desperate Night 9. Northern Lights Incipits 11 /5(33).
  • "Everyone's A Star" by TNT Artist: TNT Song: Everyone's A Star Album: Tell No Tales Tuning: A half a step lower Intro Eb|| Bb|xx| Gb|
  • Aug 01,  · TNT - Tell No Tales () Album Photo by 로큰롤프. Format: Cassette. 10 likes. 성음에서 년에 발매된 Tape.. 11 TNT Album Photos.
  • TNT also had a habit of dropping in a few "odd" guitar and/or vocal snippets in between track, and this has more of the same. They don't really detract from the album as a whole but, I would have preferred to see another full song on there instead really. So, we come to the final song, the title track "Tell no tales"/5(52).
  • When TNT shipped their third studio LP, Tell No Tales, Kendall was all over the slick produced album. The first two songs from the release, the upbeat "Everyone's a Star" and the melodic "10, Lovers (In One)", were hyped for several consecutive weeks via Metal Shop, and earned top three status.
  • TNT follows up their excellent debut with the more commercially leaning Tell No retegescomorttempsorptoredtodenist.xyzinfogh the album's leadoff single, "10, Lovers," gave TNT some limited attention in commercial radio and on MTV, American audiences never really warmed up to the band's pristine Euro-metal.
  • Tell no tales Tell no tales Tell no tales Tell no tales In abundance Words come running With thoughts so confused Burn the candle Down at both ends A life so abused It's only your life my friends Only a game Tell no tales Tell no tales Tell no tales Tell no tales [Solo] It's only your life my friends Only a game Tell no tales Tell no tales Tell.
  • TNT is one of the few bands from the 's hair metal movement to make it here onto the Metal Archives, mostly because, I'd assume, Knights of the New Thunder was mostly a straight ahead heavy/power metal release. By its followup Tell No Tales in , though, the band's pop-metal/AOR sound had come to the forefront. Now, I don't mind AOR or glam metal at all.

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