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Lost and Found

by Hobbit

80's Power Rock with a touch of class. . .
Genre: Rock: 80's Rock
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1. Dialogue
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2. Can You Feel It
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3. Ticket
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4. Sadie
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5. On My Mind
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6. Rocky Was A Spaceman
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7. Burnin'
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8. Easy To Say
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9. The Noose
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10. T.M.T.S.
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11. Competition
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12. Dialogue
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Album Notes
The original (1st to 3rd Age) Hobbit split in 1984. After a year apart, Gene and Turk began to have withdrawals from writing and playing, and started again. They soon attracted Tony Marsh (17 yrs. old), Andy Stevens (18 yrs. old), and TimO Elliston (only 14 yrs. old). This new (4th Age) version of Hobbit was a welcome mix of experience along with the excitement of these great young talents. The magic happened again, and the songs on this CD were written and recorded within the year (1985). This album captured a new dynamic in Hobbit, and instead of the Tolkien oriented "Fantasy" they were known for, a more power 80's rock emerged. Don't be fooled though, there is still Hobbit originality and style imbedded within. Once lost in the piles of reels and recordings, it was found, re-mixed/re-mastered. . . so, turn it up and enjoy!


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Carol Baker Dawson

Hobbit: Lost and Found
As always...you guys truly rock! Impressive work. Thanks for sharing your music with us.


Heavier Than Ever Before!
Outstanding set of tracks from these Texas legends! Kicking off with an ogre saying "Let's just rock n' roll!", that's exactly what these guys proceed to do, with chunky riffs, killer leads, swirling keys, and excellent bass and drum work. This is Hobbit as you've never heard them before! This is not the Tolkien-themed 'Fantasy Rock' they are known for, this is hard-driving 80s rock with style. With tracks such as Ticket To the Other Side, Sadie, Rocky Was A Spaceman, Burnin', Competition, and the rest, you're missing out if you don't pick this one up and give it a spin!

Hunter Brown

Killer CD - BUY IT!!!
Once again a fantastic CD from Hobbit. Heavier than before and it kicks ass from start to finish.
Buy it, buy it, buy it!!! You'll love it!!


Gabor Kleinbloesem
editor of Strutter'zine


We reviewed 4 HOBBIT CDs in the past and mainly these concerned AOR/Pomprock
orientated releases, but with their new album 'Lost and found' they go in a
slightly different direction, aiming for a pure 80s US Melodic
Hardrocksound, including 80s DOKKEN guitar riffs and some BOSTON material as
well (listen to the BOSTON "Don't look back" soundalike "Sadie"). 10 songs
are included and the difference with other HOBBIT CDs is the less prominent
keyboards and a much harder guitarsound, ending up sounding also like
TRIUMPH, RAIL, very early EUROPE, a bit 80s RIOT ("Burnin") and Q5 ("Tie the
noose", although the high pitched vocals are not of that high level), yet at
times also with a poppier mood, such as in "Sadie" (sax) and "Rocky was a
spaceman" (hello STYX' "Too much time on my hands"). All together this makes
'Lost and found' a rather interesting release, with some really great tunes,
such as the Melodic Rocker "Ticket to the other side" (strong chorus), "Easy
to say" (best song, PICK OF DESTINY is reached here, very AORish with a
SURVIVOR touch, also reminding a lot of HEAD EAST), "Too much to say"
(strong pure 80s chorus a la RAIL) and the midtempo "Competition" (early
EUROPE meets TRIUMPH). Surprising release and a recommended release,
originally recorded 25 years ago, now sounding crystal clear and available
through: www.Hobbitband.com

(Points: 8.3 out of 10)