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Label: Enigma/Metal Blade
Catalog Number: 7 73434-2
|1.||All Around the World|
|3.||Eyes of the World|
|6.||Here I Go|
|7.||Family at War|
|11.||Love, Guns, and Money|
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|From: Reno||Date: September 21, 2002 at 21:25|
|This cd was put out right before Phil Lewis went on to L.A.Guns. It's an OK cd. Bernie is a great guitarist and Phil sounds good, but the production is lacking.|
|From: jarett r.||Date: April 21, 2003 at 13:45|
|i've got this one and die pretty die, die young. this was with phil lewis between girl and l.a. guns. also, keri kelli has been playing guitar in l.a. guns lately.|
|From: Gar||Date: May 31, 2003 at 23:02|
|Bought this yesterday at a used cd store for $8. Inside it was autographed by the drummer. Pretty cool! Weird coincidence that on the back cover Phil Lewis is pictured holding a gun. He's holding a gun on the 1st LA Guns album just a couple of years later! Anyway, this is a pretty good album, but really lacks that standout song that would have made it special. Sounds a little more like LA Guns than I thought it would(which is a plus as I'm a big LA Guns fan).|
|From: T-Bone||Date: May 31, 2003 at 23:58|
|The copy I got a few years back is also autographed Gar. Now thats a weird coincidence!|
|From: Metal Pete||Date: December 29, 2003 at 16:54|
|I really like Back to Babylon, what a quality, overlooked disc! I am gonna pick up 'Die Pretty..' also. Phil and Bernie sounded good together.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: December 2, 2010 at 21:39|
|Really an interesting album but not as solid as the one that followed...Reno's comment about Phil Lewis is precise,after a couple of albums with Torme,the vocalist went directly to L.A. Guns...best shots 4 me were "All Around The World" which is ,"Star","Burning Bridges" this one is a solid song,"Family At War","Frontline" & "Arabia" both probably the best tracks of the album IMHO & "Love,Guns & Money" which ends the whole thing good...85/100|
|From: hair metal again||Date: August 21, 2018 at 12:23|
|very good debut for TORME with Phil Lewis s vocs shining and Bernie s performing really fine with many great lines!you can find straight rockers as well as more complicated tunes like "family at war" or "mystery train"!standout song is "eyes of the world" and overall a nice glam rock release|
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