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|1.||Rock & Roll Lover|
|3.||Where Do We Go From Here|
|5.||Don't Go To Soho|
|9.||Here Comes The Hurt|
|10.||I Will Be There|
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|From: Rycheage||Date: March 12, 2004 at 21:50|
|'Into The Fire' is good, driving hard rock, with barely a soft moment. 'Rock And Roll Lover' has a strong chorus, which obviously Ballard had an ear for. 'Breakdown' is a piledriving boogie romp with some fierce riffs. Ballard really goes for broke here. 'Where Do We Go From Here' veers from soft AOR to hard rock in its duration, with the piano assuming a dominant role. The guitar work is non stop aggression.|
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