Rockin' Rudy's

One Way is the eighth studio album by The Rockets, released in 1986. From this album onwards the only founding members left in the lineup are Alain Maratrat and Fabrice Quagliotti. If Imperception had introduced many changes compared to the silver period, this LP marks an even more drastic change, both from a musical point of view and in terms of look: the sounds are less and less rock and wink at the New romantic current of those years, while the members of the group (remained a trio due to the previous abandonment of Gérard L'Her who did not approve of the new direction undertaken) present themselves with thick hair, make-up and very showy clothes. Even the very name of the group turns into Rok-etz.
One Way is the eighth studio album by The Rockets, released in 1986. From this album onwards the only founding members left in the lineup are Alain Maratrat and Fabrice Quagliotti. If Imperception had introduced many changes compared to the silver period, this LP marks an even more drastic change, both from a musical point of view and in terms of look: the sounds are less and less rock and wink at the New romantic current of those years, while the members of the group (remained a trio due to the previous abandonment of Gérard L'Her who did not approve of the new direction undertaken) present themselves with thick hair, make-up and very showy clothes. Even the very name of the group turns into Rok-etz.
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Rockets - One Way (Bonus Tracks) (Ita)

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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 03/03/2023
UPC: 076119010414

One Way (Bonus Tracks) (Ita)
Artist: Rockets
Format: CD
New: Available $23.99
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DISC: 1

1. New Solution 4:07
2. Without Within 4:17
3. Thanks 3:52
4. Franca 5:09
5. Don't Give Up 4:58
6. Touch Me 3:48
7. In Your Time 3:16
8. Over The Horizon 3:44
9. Long Time Coming 4:08

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One Way is the eighth studio album by The Rockets, released in 1986. From this album onwards the only founding members left in the lineup are Alain Maratrat and Fabrice Quagliotti. If Imperception had introduced many changes compared to the silver period, this LP marks an even more drastic change, both from a musical point of view and in terms of look: the sounds are less and less rock and wink at the New romantic current of those years, while the members of the group (remained a trio due to the previous abandonment of Gérard L'Her who did not approve of the new direction undertaken) present themselves with thick hair, make-up and very showy clothes. Even the very name of the group turns into Rok-etz.
        
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