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Rip It Up is the eleventh studio album by hard rock band Thunder and the follow-up to their 2015 album Wonder Days. The album was released in the UK on 10 February 2017 and entered the UK album chart at number three, giving the band their highest placing since their 1992 album Laughing on Judgement Day. All songs written by Luke Morley. No One Gets Out Alive" – 4:21. Right from the Start" – 5:23. Heartbreak Hurricane" – 4:46.

Rip It Up is the eleventh studio album by hard rock band Thunder and the follow-up to their 2015 album Wonder Days. Rip It Up Q&A. Producers Luke Morley. Bang! Show all albums by Thunder.

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Hitting the big time following the release of 1990’s debut, Backstreet Symphony, success did not magically happen overnight for the members of English Rock band Thunder. Thunder are about writing classic Rock songs and performing them to a world-class standard, and Rip It Up is no exception.

Rip It Up’ is a flagship album for all enduring classic rock bands. Thunder after all, operate in a musical genre that they have stretched out with a bluesy undertow for well over a quarter of a century. It’s their ebullient performance of Luke Morley’s well crafted songs that lay the foundations for a contemporary hard rock album with real heft. For a band that has been successfully reborn after two retirements and with a recent chart album and arena tour, there’s a lot riding on ‘Rip It Up’ and it delivers impressively.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 No One Gets Out Alive Luke Morley Thunder 4:21
2 Rip It Up Luke Morley Thunder 4:43
3 She Likes the Cocaine Luke Morley Thunder 4:34
4 Right From the Start Luke Morley Thunder 5:23
5 Shakedown Luke Morley Thunder 4:08
6 Heartbreak Hurricane Luke Morley Thunder 4:46
7 In Another Life Luke Morley Thunder 4:56
8 The Chosen One Luke Morley Thunder 5:09
9 The Enemy Inside Luke Morley Thunder 3:10
10 Tumbling Down Luke Morley Thunder 5:25
11 There's Always a Loser Luke Morley Thunder 4:38

Thunder - Rip It Up album download

Performer: Thunder

Title: Rip It Up

Duration: 51:13

Recording location: Mr Brown's, Bromley, UK

Genre: Rock/Pop

Size MP3: 1396 mb

Size FLAC: 1150 mb

Rating: 4.2 / 5

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Armin
I don’t know when I first heard about Thunder but if memory serves I think I bought my first album with them by ’mistake’. Obviously it wasn’t a mistake since I planned to buy it and I would also consider it a lucky shot since the first acquaintance with their music was a bliss. I really liked that first album I heard, which was Behind Closed Doors from 1995 if I’m not mistaken. Since then I’ve also purchased Backstreet Symphony from 1990, Laughing at Judgement Day from 1992 and a couple of other albums. None of these have been a match for the wonderful first contact with the band. I wouldn’t say that it actually have anything to do with the musical aspects. I just wasn’t sure what to expect and was totally blown away by the melodious rock and Danny Bowes voice! That guy can really sing!I also think that a strong reason for my liking is that there’s almost no clichés lyric wise. In fact, there have been kind of satire of cliché lyrics along the way. I think that’s how you should do it. If you’re going to fall for using clichés you might as well do it with irony. Thunder does it so well! And it doesn’t matter how many times they’ve disbanded either, they just keep going strong!This is their latest album and I must say that my first listen to it blew me away. This is really good! There’s no need for gimmicks and fancy sounding licks. This is plain and stabile in all senses of the word. Very nice songs that don’t need a catchy chorus to work. They don’t need riffs that are memorable for years to come. The songs and the band just…deliver! So… Would I recommend Thunder for a rock and/or hard rock fan? Hell yes!9/10
Armin
I don’t know when I first heard about Thunder but if memory serves I think I bought my first album with them by ’mistake’. Obviously it wasn’t a mistake since I planned to buy it and I would also consider it a lucky shot since the first acquaintance with their music was a bliss. I really liked that first album I heard, which was Behind Closed Doors from 1995 if I’m not mistaken. Since then I’ve also purchased Backstreet Symphony from 1990, Laughing at Judgement Day from 1992 and a couple of other albums. None of these have been a match for the wonderful first contact with the band. I wouldn’t say that it actually have anything to do with the musical aspects. I just wasn’t sure what to expect and was totally blown away by the melodious rock and Danny Bowes voice! That guy can really sing!I also think that a strong reason for my liking is that there’s almost no clichés lyric wise. In fact, there have been kind of satire of cliché lyrics along the way. I think that’s how you should do it. If you’re going to fall for using clichés you might as well do it with irony. Thunder does it so well! And it doesn’t matter how many times they’ve disbanded either, they just keep going strong!This is their latest album and I must say that my first listen to it blew me away. This is really good! There’s no need for gimmicks and fancy sounding licks. This is plain and stabile in all senses of the word. Very nice songs that don’t need a catchy chorus to work. They don’t need riffs that are memorable for years to come. The songs and the band just…deliver! So… Would I recommend Thunder for a rock and/or hard rock fan? Hell yes!9/10