Category: GIANT

GEOFF MOORE (feat Dann Huff) – Over The Edge [Digitally Remastered +1] (2021)

All the ’80s, first three albums from GEOFF MOORE have been remastered, this one, “Over The Edge“, for the first time released on CD plus a bonus track.
“Over The Edge” is Geoff’s second album, and our favorite. It was 1986, he had the entire WHITE HEART band as session musicians – including future GIANT founder Dann Huff – so expect the catchy, crystal clear US mid-Eightes AOR songwriting & production sound.
It can be easily considered as a WHITE HEART / pre GIANT album, with Geoff Moore singing lead vocals. There’s more rocking tunes than on the other Moore albums, and of course your classy 1986 keyboard / synth runs on many songs plus that kind of harmony layered choruses.
This fresh remaster sounds million bucks.
HIGHLY Recommended

GEOFF MOORE (feat Dann Huff) – Where Are The Other Nine [Digitally Remastered +1] (2021)

All the ’80s, first three albums from GEOFF MOORE have been freshly remastered, and additionally, “Where Are The Other Nine“, his debut LP, appears on CD for the first time including a bonus track.
Originally issued in 1984, the record featured the entire WHITE HEART crew, co-writing, producing and performing, including talented Dann Huff dropping some exquisite rhythm / lead guitar.
The music is much more smooth and FM oriented than Geoff’s upcoming albums, some kind of Lite AOR / radio-rock with West Coast touches.

GEOFF MOORE (feat Dann Huff) – The Distance [Digitally Remastered +1] (2021)

All the ’80s, first three albums from GEOFF MOORE have been digitally remastered, two of them for the first time on CD. Working as part-time session vocalist, Geoff broke into the music scene in 1983 being signed by Power Discs and releasing his debut a year after.
The Distance” is Geoff’s third album from 1987, featuring a cast of star session musicians, including the unique Dann Huff (GIANT, at the time leader of WHITE HEART) playing guitar, his WHITE HEART bandmates Gary Lunn (bass) and Mark Gersmehl (songwriting), future GIANT bass player Mike Brignardello, the great Tommy Funderburk on harmony vocals, and more.
So expect a bunch of melodic tunes here with great musicianship and pristine production, somewhere between WHITE HEART / GIANT and the first RICHARD MARX album.
Highly Recommended

GIANT – Last Of The Runaways [Rock Candy Remastered] (2020) *EXCLUSIVE*

Many may argue GIANT’s first album “Last Of The Runaways” already sounded good in its original release: indeed, it was marvelously produced and the original CD sounds good. Also the Bad Reputation remaster is very good.
However this fresh Rock Candy Records remaster has something special, the whole record feels ‘airy’, like a pristine quality vinyl LP brand new.
It was 1989, it was the golden year for Melodic Hard Rock / AOR polished productions, it has some of the best musicians from the genre ever… do you need more reasons?
Giant’s “Last Of The Runaways” is a MANDATORY piece in your collection.
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GIANT – Last Of The Runaways [Bad Reputation remaster +4 bonus tracks]

For those who didn’t know, French reissue label Bad Reputation previously operated under the name AxeKiller, one of the pioneer in the remaster/reissue game. We have been presenting of of their stupendous ‘Collector Series / Remastered with Bonus’, and today it’s the time for one of the greatest Melodic Hard Rock albums in history: GIANT‘s debut “Last Of The Runaways...

GIANT – Promise Land [retail CD]

“Promise Land“, the comeback album by GIANT via Frontiers Records appeared some time ago, is must have in your Melodic Rock collection. This was requested by one of you, because there was some problems with the original release. Initial CD copies presented manufacturing defects, so if you already have a digital version of “Promise Land”, better check if isn’t one...