Mechanical Resonance - Tesla

Mechanical Resonance

Tesla

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1986-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • ℗ 1986 Geffen Records Inc.

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
EZ Come EZ Go Tesla 3:32 USD 1.29
2
Comin' Atcha Live Tesla 4:26 USD 0.99
3
Gettin' Better Tesla 3:20 USD 1.29
4
2 Late 4 Love Tesla 3:49 USD 0.99
5
Rock Me to the Top Tesla 3:38 USD 0.99
6
We're No Good Together Tesla 5:16 USD 0.99
7
Modern Day Cowboy Tesla 5:18 USD 1.29
8
Changes Tesla 5:02 USD 1.29
9
Little Suzi Tesla 4:57 USD 1.29
10
Love Me Tesla 4:15 USD 0.99
11
Cover Queen Tesla 4:30 USD 0.99
12
Before My Eyes Tesla 5:31 USD 0.99

Reviews

  • Amazing album

    5
    By Desko144
    Amazing album 10/10 I see that they got some of their songs from Def Leppard like 2 Late 4 Love and Ez Come Ez Go was in the lyrics for Taking on the Heartbreak
  • Talent PURE AND LOUD

    5
    By Prissytld
    theys boys have more talent than most new and old band ive ever seen or heard ...need to be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and get the notoriety they deserve! love u guys ...best band ever.. i must also say ive met a lot of bands and Telsa are the nicest fan friendly of them all
  • A Must Buy!

    5
    By ZTEnterprise
    I grew up in the 80's. And during that time, being a hardcore fan of the genre, I purchased well over 200 Rock/Metal albums. (Trust me! I still have the cassettes......somewhere.) If I were to break it down and choose the Top 10 albums of that Era, this album would DEFINITELY make the list. When, I first heard it, I was immediately blown away by the production and the depth of their musical talent. Tesla's sound was unique and refreshing at a time when most other bands/albums of the day were beginning to sound alike.
  • Take me back

    5
    By thrash8026
    I hadn't listened to this one since back in the day (my bad) so I picked it up along with Simplicity. Oh my God I forgot just how good it is. They sift gears effortlessly throughout the album and make it all fit perfectly. Definitely a must for any fan of rock.
  • Outstanding

    5
    By museken
    This is one of the take off the planet with electrical departure to the out side Galaxy that is Tesla. The head banging rhythm of strings rips fingers to your brain. The voice combines with Little Suzie , Urban Cowboy. Not just being FRANK… It's Magnetic!
  • My Personal Favorite

    5
    By TAZE DJ
    This - for me - is that album that changed everything. I remember wearing ti out as a cassette. Anyways - If you love the 80's (long hair, guitar, spandex lol) then make this album part of your collection!
  • UNDER APPRECIATED BEST EVER!

    5
    By ZouDude
    These guys get it, or got it, way back then. This album SHINES when it comes down to PURE ROCK! Jeff and the band are so solid and crisp! EZ come EZ go and Cover Queen are works of art! Modern Day Cowboy is AWESOME, but just scratches the surface of their BEST stuff. Doesn't get any better than this! BTW, Comin' at ya Live is TOP SHELF!
  • Tesla Mechanical Resonance Stands the Test of Time.

    5
    By jpjr50
    Way ahead of their time, Tesla's 1986 release debut date should have been postponed for a few years. While Glam-Hair bands filled the radio air waves with cheesy two riff guitar style songs Tesla's approach was much different. Problem is their songs got mixed up with Winger, Warrant, Whitesnake (why was "W" named bands so popular?) during this time. Modern Day Cowboy and Little Suzi where far from the norm during the mid-80's. Their songs twisted and turned with aggressive technical style guitar play. During the early 1990's when Seattle grunge sound popped up with non-guitar solo short 3 minute songs Tesla fans seemed lost. If you listen to Tesla now it seems no different than Alter Bridge album of today and how this 1986 record has stand the test of time.
  • One of the Best Rock Albums Ever

    5
    By brhokla
    This is pure Rock and it's hard to beat this album. One of the best ever and I'd rank it right up there with the best from Led Zeppelin, Def Leppard or any other mega band of Rock
  • Sadly lumped in with Hair Bands

    5
    By PubCrawler2007
    I've been a Tesla fan since this album was released. My biggest gripe is Tesla (along with Skid Row) being lumped in with the hair bands of the 80's. No glam, just rock. Some of the best musicians around (Hannon is a machine) and a sound which is timeless. Such a great band and album. If you like blues-style rock, this is the band for you.

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