Originally released in 2000, Transition was the second Street Talk release. It’s an album that really defines the Street Talk sound, and one that showcases just how versatile a singer Goran Edman really is. For a Metal vocalist, he sounds like he was born to sing straight-up AOR. Backed by sublime melodies and impeccable production, Edman really shines here. Transition is pretty light on the rock elements though, so be prepared for lots of sappy love songs. MelodicRock’s reissue of Transition features new cover artwork, the Japanese bonus track “I’ll Always Remember You” and six additional bonus demo tracks. The demos aren’t exactly essential, but it’s really nice having the Japanese bonus track.
Street Talk 3 explores some of the most common idioms that are used and understood by virtually every American.
Street Talk 1 contains more than 1,150 commonly used American slang terms and expressions…the words and phrases heard everyday that don't always make sense. If you are confused by American English and would like to speak and understand like a native, you need to read this book!
Steve Perry is an American singer and songwriter best known as the lead vocalist of the band Journey from 1977–1987 and 1995–1998. "Street Talk" is Steve Perry's first solo album, released in April, 1984.
Hans Zimmer is known almost exclusively for his larger-than-life action scores, so give him credit for stepping outside of his comfort zone and co-writing with Graham Preskett the country music-inspired romantic comedy effort Something to Talk About. That's all the credit due Zimmer here, however. The score is an absolute snoozer. Its gratingly folksy approach is both forced and awkward, and the melodies are all far too similar to captivate the listener's imagination.