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Category: 80's Hard Rock
Label: Self Released
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|1.||I'm the One|
|2.||Falling to Pieces|
|3.||I'll Love You Still|
|6.||On & On|
|7.||I Don't Know How|
|8.||Take It all|
|9.||What I Miss|
|10.||As Long as I'm With You|
|11.||Let Love Win|
|12.||All My Friends|
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|From: CC||Date: November 25, 2011 at 17:38|
|I only discovered Mitch about ten years or so ago, but have liked most of his catalogue. There has been the odd dip in form like Ceilings and walls, but even that has some decent tracks on it. I knew this would be a decent album as it was constantly promoted by Mitch as the spiritual successor to the debut, but I was totally blown away by how good this one actually is. I'd actually go as far as to say its now my fave Mitch album. While there are certainly some influences similar to the debut, this is certainly not a carbon copy by any means. One album that I would certainly throw out there as being similar in style is Revolve by D2. I dont think there is one song thats got that "hit" factor that Anything at all had, but overall its a far stronger album. From speaking to Mitch several times recently, I know how happy he is with the way this album turned out, and has left him fired up for the next one as well. I look forward to it.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: May 22, 2013 at 20:45|
|Rescuing some old AOR essence of his early albums come this "II" release by Malloy!!! ...faves o' mine are "I'm The One","Falling To Pieces","I Don't Know How","Take It All"(nice)& "What I Miss"...really a goodie one 2 have in your collection...87/100|
|From: juan carlos||Date: August 13, 2016 at 16:11|
|Very Good Melodic Rock, i love the first half of this album but the last half is just ok in my book. 85/100|
|From: hair metal again||Date: October 27, 2016 at 6:03|
|very good release once again by MITCH MALLOY in his ususal style ,always writing good songs with no excess in terms of musicianship and performing!"love song",'on and on",'i m the one" are the highlights of a release that will satisfy all his fans !|
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