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Label: Solid Gold Records
Catalog Number: 71001-2
|3.||Still Talking 'Bout Love|
|4.||Someone Will Play the Blues|
|5.||It Comes from You|
|6.||Enough Is Enough|
|7.||Master of Disguise|
|9.||Gone in a Flash|
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|From: Jez||Date: October 15, 2002 at 12:18|
|2nd release, and my favourite of the first 3 albums. Produced by Terry Brown (Max Webster, Rush etc) Hardly a bad song on this one with only 'It comes from you' being the filler. Brilliant remastering job makes this one an essential for fans of top class Canadian A.O.R.|
|From: Blaine Tobin||Date: February 2, 2004 at 16:40|
|I got to agree, Jez. I have "Assault and Flattery" on a Gold CD that I bought at HMV here in Burnaby. This one is still my favorite. I'm a big fan of the Canadian music industry since is about 8 years old back in the mid-1970's when PRISM and CHILLIWACK were around. CHEERS!!!!!!|
|From: richb||Date: July 22, 2005 at 14:37|
|O.K. but average by Toronto's standards - lacks the freshness and originality of the debut. I still think "Get it on credit" is their finest hour|
|From: Rockhead||Date: July 22, 2005 at 14:48|
|After Get It On Credit this is my 2nd favourite. I thought the band grew up a little with release in regard to the lyrics. The playing is also harder than the debut. Holly is awesome as ever and it is eas to see where Heart got the influence to change direction from hippies to melodic rock mega band.|
|From: monster||Date: September 29, 2005 at 16:51|
|My personal favourite Toronto album, Enough is Enough and Master of Disguise, 2 absolute gems. Fantastic band who are/were completely unknown to anybody I have any dealings with until tonight.|
|From: Real rock fan||Date: January 22, 2008 at 16:54|
|Classic album, still sounds great a quarter of a century later. If theres a weak track then it`s, It Comes From You but the rest are excellent.|
|From: Nick C||Date: August 3, 2010 at 0:26|
|The band abandoned their poppier rock side on this release and I think at times it was a mistake. A decent album, the title track Head On is a huge track as is Enough is Enough, but these songs stand head and shoulders over and above the rest. The band seem to run out of ideas a little on this IMHO. Silver Screen is okay as are a few others but the dirge of Someone Will Play the Blues and the mock rocking It Comes From You (which I'm sure went down great live) let the side down. A good album which in the Toronto stakes may not be enough, luckily the dynamic was back for Get it on Credit.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: November 10, 2010 at 19:38|
|Nice release by this fronted female band...fave tracks "Silver Screen" catchy,"Still Talking 'Bout Love" excellent,"Someone Will Play The Blues" rocks,"It Comes From You" rocking AORish one,"Master Of Disguise" a goodie & "Blackmail" another goodie one...84/100|
|From: Monsieur Renard||Date: October 27, 2017 at 6:47|
|Nice album, some great tracks, but to me not really special. Stand out tracks: Head On, Enough is Enough and the sinister Blackmail.|
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