Label: Polystar (3) - 516 639-4 • Series: Party Power Pack - 2 • Format: 2x, Cassette Sampler, Compilation • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock, Funk / Soul, Pop • Style: Europop, Pop Rock, Schlager, Classic Rock, Disco
The kids are hanging on to Why? - Various - Party Power Pack Vol. 2 (Cassette) Statue of Liberty to keep from being pulled into Jakal's ship by a beam. Jack assumes it's like the beam the Snarks Why? - Various - Party Power Pack Vol. 2 (Cassette) before so changes to his cloud form which is immune to that beam.
Only this is a Sweeper Ray keyed specifically to the Power Pack kids. Kofi teleports onto Jakals ship and turns off the ray in time to save Jack but Kofi gets captured.
Soon Alex is also captured. Katie and Franklin are so busy fighting each other that they are almost captured but Julie grabs both of them with Jack's help, they escape and board a subway.
Jakal uses a mind probe on Kofi to learn that the kids can be tracked because of Byrel's coin that Katie carries. The kids don't know what subway they got on but when they get off, they are in a very deserted and bombed out sections of New York. Jakal shows up immediately. Julie and Jack make a successful rescue of Alex and Kofi although it ends with Julie and Alex unconscious but safe with Kofi. However, Jakal finds Katie and Franklin. Jack provides a temporary distraction but gets knocked unconscious.
Franklin then comes up with a plan where he will carry Byrel's coin. This draws Jakal out in a way that makes it possible for Katie to blast him with a fireball.
Jakal is unconscious and the kids bind him to keep him that way. Friday finally shows up and takes the bound Jakal to the arctic so he can hibernate beside Snake-Eyes. Franklin becomes an official member of Power Pack receiving his own costume and going by the codename Tattletale.
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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. This was for my husband's Christmas stocking, he loves this CD! It is ok but there are a few songs that just don't make sense for this kind of genre of music. Back in the late '80s when good music was starting to become endangered, radio was polluted with either teen pop or hair metal.
I unfortunately fell victim to hair metal but it sure beats the New Kids on the Block any day. The music was so unbelievably cheesy, and the music videos even more so. I bought "Monsters of Rock, vol. Most of the songs on the cd I love, cheesy but I still love them. Hearing a hair metal band sing about child abuse is like listening to Kathie Lee Gifford talk about other people than her family, in other words a foreign concept.
I also still adore Scandal's "The Warrior". Patty Smythe always did have quite a killer voice like Pat Benatar. It is a major guilty pleasure of mine. Unfortunately I could have easily lived without "Love of A Lifetime" by Firehouse, the cheesiest hair metal ballad of all time. I almost miss the hair metal scene compared to what is being passed off as rock music today.
As with some other reviewers, Why? - Various - Party Power Pack Vol. 2 (Cassette), I see inconsistency with this "Monsters" series of CD's. Personally, I like some Why? - Various - Party Power Pack Vol. 2 (Cassette) the softer songs on this disk and that's why I bought it heat of the moment, died in your arms.
I really like 'the warrior' as well, and I think most would categorize that one as a hard rock song. When you take a hard look at this series of "Monster" CD's you gotta wonder what "Monster" even refers to. Is it the sales volume? What makes something "monster" rock? It really seems that they just put their favorites on some CD's and labeled them "monster" because it sounds cool!
The problem is that there is no real theme here, particularly with volume 2. Ya just don't know what a letdown this is after Vol. Some of the songs on here aren't even rock. The second half gets a lot better, but it still is a real letdown after the glorious metal on the first and third volumes.
Asia is not metal. They are hardly rock. I don't understand what they are doing here. No I'm not kiddin'. A great followup to the origonal. I truely enjoyed this CD, maybe a bit more then the first.
It's OK one time through now Why? - Various - Party Power Pack Vol. 2 (Cassette) then. I'll admit that I do not own this CD. However I am familiar with the bands and songs included. Whether or not it is good music is up to the listener, but the songs definitely do not fit the title.
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