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Artist: Soul Doctor

Title: For a Fistful of Dollars

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Soul Doctor For a Fistful of Dollars Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2005

Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)

Catalog Number: FRCD266


Tommy Heart vocals
Chris Lyne guitars
Jogy Rautenberg bass
Mario B. drums


1.  Eatin' on Me  3:42   Listen
2.  Best Way to Fade  3:58   Listen
3.  Under Your Skin  4:19   Listen
4.  Remember  4:42   Listen
5.  Where Do We Go  4:47   Listen
6.  Ten Seconds of Love  3:18   Listen
7.  She's Mine  3:49   Listen
8.  The Trigger (Goin' Downhill)  4:31   Listen
9.  Give Me a Ride (The Ride)  3:22   Listen
10.  Cheap Down'N'Nasty  3:45   Listen
Total Running Time:  40:13

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Geoff Date: November 30, 2005 at 0:25
I'm not really a fan of these guys and this album hasn't transformed me into one. I will, however, admit that this is easily their finest hour and there are a few pretty cool hard rockers here. And that's what this is. Straight ahead hard rock, a few cool riffs and hooks. Nice, but not great. I like the melodic moments best.

From: stryper Date: January 27, 2006 at 12:41
although i've got all their albums.and like them over all.this is their best to date by far.the first three tracks alone.are worth getting this album.always been a big fan of tommy hearts voice.although his voice on these soul doctor albums.are abit more raw.music wise.leaning towards the ac/dc dirty looks of x sinner.without being to much of a clone band.

From: jason Date: August 31, 2006 at 6:21
el disco no es malo, pero fair warning es mejor y nos alegramos todos de que vuelva con fair y deje a estos soul doctor.

From: erik Date: April 10, 2007 at 9:55
Absolute belter of a cd. dont hear any similarity with ac/dc though. this a more groovy , thicker sound. fabulous guitarplaying. tommy has a great voice. the last song is totally forgetable but the previous 9 rock from start to finish. i like this one a lot. with eating on me, best way to fade and give me a ride topping it. 8,9/10

From: hair metal again Date: November 14, 2013 at 11:28
excellent release by SOUL DOCTOR and i must say that i didnt expect it to be so good!the sound and Tommy s vocs are quite hard rockin and the guitar work by Chris truly excellent!there is a feelgood vibe all over and many good songs like "under your skin","where do we go","she s mine"!i spinned it 6-7 times and its truly great!

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