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One Man's Poison
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||Date: January 31, 2005 at 6:39|
|This the follow up of "Hands Of Faith", never released by the major label Hollywood Records because the band was dropped after the first reviews (very good) of the advanced tape. Intercord Records (from Germany) decided to release the record with a new title but with the same great production: and the result is stunning, in my opinion! If the first record is quite good, this one is a fucking masterpiece. Yes, it's not for all tastes: if you like only commercial pop metal, stay away from this rec
||Date: February 8, 2005 at 17:10|
|i agree with you glamster; bought it in 1992 and still enjoy the great melodies. you´ll never get tired to listen to it, even after almost 13 years. My favorite song is the ballad "Let My Guitar Play" - fantastic melody, Keep on Rockin´
||Date: April 30, 2006 at 6:53|
|If there's an underrated record out there, this is the one! On this site I read great reviews for average albums (released by major and indie labels), but many "rock lovers" (?!) simply ignore masterpieces like this. Come on, guys: there's much more out there than Bon Jovi and Def Leppard CDs!
|From: juan carlos
||Date: November 24, 2007 at 19:04|
|Está en algo al igual que su album debut, HardRock en una onda Sleazy y toques Funky con letras cachondas. Muy bien producidos, algunos buenos solos, coros y algunas escasaz melodías. Temas en onda acústica que nunca faltan como "Let My Guitar Play" "Close The Door" y "Arms Of Another Man"(el inicio) ok. "Cupid's Got A Knife" de lo mejorcillo de este estilo no tan de mi onda. 7.8/10
||Date: March 1, 2008 at 10:07|
|For me this was dissapointing after the good first album. Only "Let my guitar play" is brilliant.
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