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Artist: Doctor Rock and the Wild Bunch

Title: Eye of the Hurricane

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Doctor Rock and the Wild Bunch Eye of the Hurricane Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1991

Label: Outlaw Records

Catalog Number: DRCD-001


Steve Holliday Lead & Backing Vocals
Pete Lesperance Acoustic & Electric Guitars
Mike Gionet Bass
Darren Smith Drums
Harry Hess Keyboards, Acoustic Guitar, Tamborine, Backing Vocals


1.  Eye of The Hurricane  
2.  All For The Love of Money  
3.  How Was I To Know  
4.  If Ever In My Life  
5.  Teenage Gargoyles  
6.  Time Will Ease the Pain  
7.  Rock And Roll  
8.  We're The Youth  
9.  When In Rome  
10.  Wild Bunch   

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From: YNGWIEVIKING Date: December 10, 2007 at 5:47
GOOD CD 85/100 HUGE for the HAREM SCAREM's DIE HARD FANS like me if you like FIORE you'll love this album ! /) Buy that one !

From: Geoff Date: January 31, 2008 at 0:19
If you are a fan of Harem Scarem and you don't own this you must. Now. I said now! This album is excellent and has Harem Scarem written all over it. 'How was I to know' is Harem Scarem at their best and 'If ever in my life' is the perfect ballad. Many of the other songs are of a delightfully high quality also. Recommended.

From: Delbert Date: February 2, 2008 at 14:27
I totally agee with Geoff, basically, this is HAREM SCAREM with a different vocalist. If you like HAREM SCAREM's early material then you need this one. The band did one more release after this one.

From: metalmaniac777 Date: January 2, 2010 at 10:57
If you're a devoted disciple of that Harem Scarem sound, then this CD is just what the doctor ordered. It rocks in true Harem Scarem fashion from start to finish, which should come as no surprise since Harem Scarem members are all over this (basically, as Delbert pointed out, this is Harem Scarem with a different vocalist). While I personally don't rate this as being quite on par with Harem Scarem, it's still a very high quality melodic hard rock album, slick and polished enough to make fans of this style go absolutely wild. Bottome line, there's bunches of hard rockin' fun to be found here.

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