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Label: Solid Gold Records
Catalog Number: 79785-2
|1.||Even the Score|
|2.||You Better Run|
|4.||Get Your Hands Off Me|
|5.||Do Watcha, Be Watcha|
|6.||Tie Me Down|
|7.||Don't Stop Me|
|8.||Lookin' for Trouble|
|11.||Let's Spend the Night Together|
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|From: Jez||Date: October 15, 2002 at 12:14|
|Great debut produced by Brian Macleod (Headpins, Chilliwack, Chrissy Steele). Good songs, Even The Score, Tie Me Down and a cover of the Stones Let's spend the night together. Sounds great remastered aswell.|
|From: dannyrock||Date: February 1, 2004 at 15:28|
|a must have band worth listening.|
|From: Rycheage||Date: February 8, 2004 at 19:28|
|Standout tracks include the opener 'Even The Score' and the title track 'Lookin' For Trouble'. '5035' is a bit of a pop classic for the band, while the cover of The Rascals 'You Better Run' is great, though the Pat Benatar version released around the same time is better. 'Delirious' is a powerful fun-filled romp as is the contagious 'Tie Me Down'. Elsewhere 'Don't Stop Me' and 'Shot Down' are worth a listen.|
|From: Nick C||Date: December 9, 2004 at 8:42|
|Love this album, I was over in Canada in 1980 (Toronto strangely enough) and it was causing big ripples over there at the time so I picked it up ... I still have my original copy and it still gets a good play every so often. It came out over in the U.K. in a different sleeve and remixed also if I remember rightly. Tie Me Down is a nice bouncy number and 5035 has an excellent catchy chorus. Even the Score is a great rocker and shows off Holly Woods vocals superbly!|
|From: 9 CHAMPIONS A 1||Date: May 2, 2005 at 15:40|
|Discografia bastante discretita la de esta banda y por q no decirlo también,con algunos discos realmente pésimos.Este bajo mi punto de vista es de los mas aprovechables aunque tampoco es que sea la repera.Los temas basculan entre el Rock Mélodico y el AOR de corte similar al de otras bandas o solistas de la época q contaban con una fémina a la voz(Pat Benatar,Letting Go,Cherie & Marie Currie,Lisa Price..)osea q a dia de hoy resultará totalmente caduco e insufrible para la gran mayoria.ACEPTABLE.|
|From: Real rock fan||Date: January 22, 2008 at 16:47|
|Listening to this at the moment and it`s still a quality listen. Love the guitar solo on the title track. What a great album!|
|From: Monsieur Renard||Date: October 27, 2017 at 6:17|
|Decent debut by a band that sounds very similar to eighties Heart. The music but also the vocals. Wich is a good thing, of course.|
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