Vangouw ‎– Passion Rules

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Demo-licious Records ‎– none
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CDr, Compilation, 500 copies
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1 And Your Love
Lyrics By – Gerard VergouwMusic By – GG (13)
4:24
2 Leave The Night Behind
Lyrics By – Gerard VergouwMusic By – Gerard Vergouw
4:20
3 Go Your Own Way
Lyrics By – Lindsey BuckinghamMusic By – Lindsey Buckingham
3:50
4 When You Think Of Me
Lyrics By – Gerard VergouwMusic By – GG (13), Gerard Vergouw
4:45
5 New Horizon
Lyrics By – Gerard VergouwMusic By – GG (13), Gerard Vergouw, Han Neijenhuis, Pascal Groenen, Robbert-Jan Wolzak
3:47
6 Simonai
Lyrics By – Gerard VergouwMusic By – Gerard Vergouw
3:05
7 Make-Up In The Morning
Lyrics By – Gerard VergouwMusic By – GG (13), Gerard Vergouw, Ruud Schoof
3:47
8 In The Night
Lyrics By – Gerard VergouwMusic By – GG (13), Gerard Vergouw
4:02
9 Not The One I Love
Lyrics By – Gerard VergouwMusic By – Gerard Vergouw
4:10
10 Come My Way
Lyrics By – Gerard VergouwMusic By – GG (13), Gerard Vergouw
3:33
11 Lasting Love -Live In Amsterdam- (Bonustrack)
Lyrics By – Gerard VergouwMusic By – Gerard Vergouw, Rick Bouwman
3:07

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Tracks 1, 2, 3, 4 courtesy of Red Bullet Records, tracks 1, 2, 4, published by Nanada Music BV / track 3 published by Now Sounds Music. Backing Vocals by all members of Vangouw

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  • Barcode: 8 85444 46068

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foreverrock

foreverrock

November 21, 2016
edited about 1 year ago

This release was expected through Bruce Donachie?s Aor-fm Records, but for one reason or another it didn?t happen and therefore the band members of Vangouw decided to release the album themselves, limited to 500 copies. Contrary to what you might think, this isn?t a re-issue, but a compilation album encompassing eleven songs, recorded in various stages of the band?s career, somewhere between 1988 and 1992. The story of Vangouw reads like the story of most (rock) bands: writing and rehearsing songs, recording demos and gigging. It ultimately led to a record deal with Red Bullet (Golden Earring, Sleeze Beez) at the end the 80s. At the beginning of 1990 Vangouw recorded a brand-new 10-song demo, but only two of the tunes (the tracks 7 & 8 on this compilation) were met with approval from Red Bullet. John Sonneveld was then brought in as producer and with him another four songs (the tracks 1-4 on this compilation) were recorded. Again some ballads were rejected by the label, but the guys went on writing at least another 12. Unfortunately they couldn?t satisfy Red Bullet anymore and it came to a split between band and label before the end of 1990. In the two years that followed, Vangouw kept touring and shopping for a record deal, but without any success. By the end of 1992 Vangouw called it quits.
Only 500 copies are pressed.