Category: Alternative


  1. Akinogul
    Taking their name from a snatch of lyrics to Pink Floyd's "Shine on You Crazy Diamond" ("You were caught on the crossfire/Of childhood and stardom/Blown on the steel breeze"), the Californian sextet Steel Breeze became an early darling of MTV. Blending traditional, guitar-based power pop with the new wave/synthesizer trends of the day, their self-titled release scored a sizable hit, aided.
  2. Zulurisar
    Sep 16,  · [The line: "You were caught on the crossfire/Of childhood and stardom/Blown on the steel breeze".] The band released their self-titled debut album in , and actually had two top 40 hits -- "You Don't Want Me Anymore" which peaked at #16 and "Dreamin' Is Easy" which hit #30 (and no, I don't remember "Dreaming Is Easy" either).Author: Rockdog.
  3. Kitilar
    Undecided, don't know where to go Don't know what I'm gonna do, oh Uninvited, I'm knockin' at your door And I would like to call on you, but You don't want me anymore So let me explain 'cause I don't want to lose you You don't want me anymore I tried so hard, so hard to please you I remember, baby, on the day you left You said you'd never understand, oh But I keep thinkin' if you try real hard.
  4. Akilar
    7" Single on 45cat: Steel Breeze - You Don't Want Me Anymore / You Don't Want Me Anymore - RCA - USA - JB
  5. Nashicage
    Steel Breeze is the self-titled debut album by Steel Breeze released in on RCA Records. "You Don't Want Me Anymore," the first single from the album, quickly jumped into the Top 20 on the Billboard Hot Track listing. All songs were written by Ken Goorabian, except where noted.
  6. Mezijora
    Comments: 5. Barry from Sauquoit, Ny On November 20, , Steel Breeze performed "You Don't Want Me Anymore" on the Dick Clark ABC-TV Saturday-afternoon program 'American Bandstand' At the time the song was in it's second of two weeks at #16 on Billboard's Top , that would also be it's peak position on the chart, and it spent twenty weeks on the Top
  7. Shaktilkree
    Certain songs just take you back, and this song is a great classic from a much simpler time, when synth and guitars meshed perfectly with booming drums. This song has stood the test of time and I enjoy it on my IPod today. Didn't get to hear much more from Steel Breeze, but this song is entertaining and fun to listen to nearly 30 years later/5(12).
  8. Gataur
    Chatfield left Trumbo's office and went to Fowley's home where Fowley pulled out the Steel Breeze demo of "You Don't Want Me Anymore," which they both knew was a hit. The band's lineup has shifted considerably since the release of the debut album, with keyboardist Rod Toner remaining in the band the longest of anyone from the classic lineup days.

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