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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Blp Music
Catalog Number: BLP 2006-01
|1.||To the Bone||4:17|
|4.||Fix My Sin||3:44|
|6.||Take Me to the Power||3:58|
|7.||Plug & Play Me||3:39|
|8.||How Sick Is OK?||4:20|
|12.||In the Name of Love||4:11|
|Total Running Time:||47:52|
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|From: Reverend Mayhem||Date: January 8, 2013 at 10:17|
|Just came across this disc and REALLY like it. Thick, heavy rock with some powerful grooves thrown in for good measure. Yeah, the band's name is lame but this is great highway music -- Whitesnake with a sleazy edge. The primary agent here is singer Bjorn Lodin -- trying to be something of a Coverdale clone, true, but that's easily overlooked amidst the solid riffing and pounding. Also some interesting writing twists in what could easily have been pretty standard, predictable songs -- plus, the guitars are KILLIN'. Not all the tunes are genius (rare when they all are); "Take Me To The Power" and "Plug & Play Me" veer pretty close to cheese, but they're saved by the monstrous contemporary production. I've heard only a bit of the earliest material from this band and thought it was mostly forgettable pop/arena rock. This album (along with "X") is a welcome improvement. 90/100|
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