Twogether Rock

Various Artists

  • AllMusic Rating
  • User Ratings (0)
  • Your Rating

Twogether Rock Review

by Andy Kellman

The U.K. wing of EMI continues its double-disc Twogether series with Twogether Rock, which once again plunders the distributor's own vaults to piece together a random, albeit genre-specific, set. It's heavy on material from the '70s and '80s: Billy Idol leads off both discs ("Flesh for Fantasy" and "Rebel Yell," respectively), with the likes of Pat Benatar ("Fire and Ice," "Heartbreaker") and the Scorpions ("No One Like You," "Can't Live Without You") also contributing two selections. It's far too random to appeal to many -- how many other compilers would think to place Barclay James Harvest ("Rock and Roll Woman") and Marillion ("Lavender") on the same disc as Poison ("Your Mama Don't Dance") and Vixen ("Edge of a Broken Heart")?

Track Listing - Disc 2

Sample Title/Composer Performer Time Stream
1 Billy Idol 03:40 Amazon
2 03:55 Amazon
3 Saxon 03:10 Amazon
4 Whitesnake 04:10 Amazon
5 Poison 03:00 Amazon
6 Great White 03:59 Amazon
7 Vixen 04:15 Amazon
8 Megadeth 03:01 Amazon
9 Deep Purple 03:43 Amazon
10 Jethro Tull 05:18 Amazon
11 Ten Years Later 05:32 Amazon
12 Pat Benatar 03:14 Amazon
13 Billy Squier 03:38 Amazon
14 Asia 03:46 Amazon
15 Motörhead 04:23 Amazon
16 Golden Earring 04:46 Amazon
17 Grand Funk Railroad 03:25 Amazon
18 Russ Ballard 04:08 Amazon
19 Barclay James Harvest 03:05 Amazon
20 Marillion 03:39 Amazon
blue highlight denotes track pick