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Arti Tisi - Back Again album

Arti Tisi - Back Again album

  • Performer: Arti Tisi
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: Back Again
  • Released: 19 Apr 2017
  • Style: Hard Rock, Arena Rock
  • Label: MelodicRock Records
  • Catalog: MRR058
  • Country: Australia
  • MP3 version size: 1626 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1428 mb
  • Rating: 4.0
  • Votes: 433


1Take It Out On You4:16
2Mirrors Don't Lie3:36
3We Will Survive3:54
4I Got The Music4:05
5Can't Face Another Night5:00
7Mama Sweet Evil3:27
8When It's Over4:37
9I'm Your Car3:33
10Tiny Dancer4:18
11She Lights Dynamite3:53
13Rockin Out The City3:18
14Take It Out On You4:00
15Back Again3:47
16Give It Up3:53


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  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – MelodicRock Records
  • Copyright (c) – MelodicRock Records



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Who the heck is Arti Tisi? That was my reaction when the MelodicRock Records label announced their extensive 3-disc Arti Tisi series. As it happens, Arti Tisi had one of the great “could have been, should have been” stories in melodic rock, coming close to replacing Lou Gramm in Foreigner and auditioning for Badlands. Along the way he worked with some first-rate songwriters and put together a wealth of solo material that has never seen the light of day...until now.

The MelodicRock label has put together three separate Arti Tisi albums, each chronicling a stage in the vocalist's career, and each with a distinctive musical focus. The releases are titled New York City, Back Again and The Reeperbahn.

Back Again is the second disc in the series, and while it's a very different collection of songs than New York City, it has just as much of an impact. Tisi is in hard rock/hair metal mode here, and has essentially served up a Dokken album, and a great one at that. Dokken with traces of King Kobra, Hurricane, Lynch Mob and Icon, that is. This is such a killer collection of rock songs with great hooks, amazing electricity and of course a powerful vocal performance. It really shows the kind of range Tisi had, both in terms of vocals and songwriting. An album like this would have ruled the world in 1990.

All of the material on these three discs has been newly remastered by J.K. Northrup, and the sound quality is really good. And they're each packaged separately, so you get three unique booklets. Each of these three albums can be purchased separately or as a set. If you're all about the late '80s and early '90s melodic hard rock sound, Back Again is a mandatory purchase. Like me, you'll probably be left wondering why in the world Arti Tisi never became a star.