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Assault and Flattery
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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Solid Gold Records
Catalog Number: 1024
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Holly Woods Lead Vocals|
Marty Walsh Guitars
Mike Gingrich Bass
Paul Hanna Drums
Scott Kreyer Keyboards
|1. ||New Romance ||3:39|
|2. ||Kerry Ann ||4:40|
|3. ||Sometimes Change ||4:08|
|4. ||Look What's Showing Through ||4:37|
|5. ||Bang Your Head ||3:41|
|6. ||Desperation ||4:57|
|7. ||Assault and Flattery ||3:37|
|8. ||Cats and Dogs (Stealin') ||3:27|
|9. ||No More Cliches ||4:23|
|10. ||Where Are We Now? ||4:56|
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|Total Running Time:|| 42:05|
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|From: Nick C
||Date: August 3, 2010 at 0:19|
|Dunno about this one, it seemed around this time give or take a few years a lot of my fave bands went through various MAJOR line up changes that kind of ruins stuff at times I think - Red Rider became "Tom Cochrane and Red Rider", Prism had Henry Small in and Ron Tabak out and now Hollywoods and Toronto. What's a young U.S./Canada obsessed rocker to think at the time. Maybe that's why I favour it less than the the other Toronto albums, New Romance and Kerry Anne are good enough, but there's too much filler for me. It's okay...but ultimately a little disappointment in the swansong stakes!
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