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Stan Bush

Guitarist and singer Stan Bush is best known to AOR collectors for the melodic, crunchy pop/rock albums he recorded during the '80s, with and without his backing band Barrage. Bush began his career as a member of the AOR band Boulder, which released an album on Elektra in 1979. He later landed a solo deal with Columbia and released his self-titled debut in 1983; the record leaned toward the Rick Springfield-ish power pop side of AOR, and the track "All American Boy" was later covered by Y&T. Bush next put together a backing band called Barrage, featuring guitarist Don Kirkpatrick, keyboardist Rick Serrate, bassist Mike Seifrit, and drummer Jack White. Featuring "The Touch," which became the theme for Transformers: The Movie, Bush's second album, Stan Bush & Barrage, was released in 1987, and grew to become an underground favorite among AOR devotees, who generally considered it his finest work. Bush also contributed songs to the Charlie Sheen flick The Wraith ("Heart Vs. Head," 1987) and Jean-Claude Van Damme's Kickboxer ("Never Surrender," 1989). By the time Bush recorded a follow-up album, 1991's Every Beat of My Heart, the golden age of AOR had passed, and despite songwriting collaborations with Jonathan Cain (of Journey and Bad English) and Jim Vallance, the album attracted little attention stateside. Bush was able to continue recording for a European and Japanese fan base, however, and released an import-only album in 1994 titled Dial 1-818-888-8638. His 1996 follow-up, The Child Within, brought him a surprising degree of success in his homeland: "Until I Was Loved by You" won an Emmy for Best Original Song after appearing on the soap opera Guiding Light, and "Capture the Dream" was used heavily by NBC in its coverage of the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. In 1999, the retrospective Capture the Dream: The Best of Stan Bush was released, along with a collection of previously unissued, post-1987 Barrage tracks, titled Heaven. In 2001, Bush released a new CD, Language of the Heart, with many songs co-written by producer Curt Coumo. ~ Steve Huey, Rovi
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@haohmaruoft h e w i n d 6 9 , Say The ORIGINAL Transformers Movie sucks again, dude It was the 80's!!!!!!!! Of course the graphics won't be all that good be we revised it
blare161
Rest in piece Optimis Prime . TILL ALL ARE ONE
It aint bout the movie man. Its bout the song. Obviously you dont got the touch or the power
albertoacvd
Great movie. So sad many autobots were lost in the beginning. Great movie to see with the family.
YOU GOT THE TOUCH
i love the part when their playing you got the touch and hot rod destroys unicron
Stan Bush has released several albums...str a n g e they're not mentioned in this discography. . . .
Till All Are One!!!! Autobots, Transform and Roll Out!!
Good song to hear when you need that encouragemen t .
I'm only 13 and I wish I was alive in 1984 and at my current age

Hey! Watch it,

La Biatch Magnifica! 87% of all white guys my....
When I'm down, I listen to Stan Bush, Spectre General, White Lion, and NRG. :) ;)
albertoacvd
This brings back great memories. Being a kid in the 80's was great. Great song.
I liked the end of the transformers gen 1 where he demolishes megatron
roberts72
I love when Hot Rod rolls out to look out mountain
brian8024
I liked it better when Dirk Diggler tried to rock this in Boogie Nights. LOL
An undeniable influence upon my mind growing up. Indelibly powerful content; lyrics extolling on the awesomeness of bravery, comradery, & inner-streng t h s .

I credit this tune, and a few others, especially from this soundtrack, with forging my current eclectic tastes in music.
Can't deny the issuances of ebullience the puissance of this music conjures.
Will always love this!
Hello sounds like sammy hagar. Shouldn't that be the most similar artist?
My two favorite Stan Bush albums are "The Child Within" and "Every Beat of My Heart." He's got some songs he's written with Jonathan Cain of Journey, another of my favorite artists.
He's still around and still making music. www.stanbush . c o m
Research shows that 87% of white guys can sing like this.
great song - too bad he pretty much vanished when the 80's were done
Stan Bush rocks!!!

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