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Category: Hard Rock
Label: EMI Records
Catalog Number: 7243 8 3711 2
|2.||No No No||6:53|
|7.||No One Came||6:26|
|8.||Strange Kind of Woman a-side remix '96||4:07|
|10.||Freedom album out-take||3:37|
|11.||Slow Train album out-take||5:38|
|12.||Demon's Eye remix '96||6:13|
|13.||The Noise Abatement Society Tapes Midnight In Moscow, Robin Hood, William Tell||4:17|
|14.||Fireball take 1 - instrumental||4:09|
|15.||Backwards Piano reversed piano solo at the end of No One Came||0:56|
|16.||No One Came remix '96||6:24|
|Total Running Time:||78:55|
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|From: Kabubala||Date: December 2, 2001 at 17:14|
|Excellent follow-up to IN ROCK. This one finds the band moving away from metal into more ecletic territory. Songs like "Fools", "The Mule", and especially "Anyone's Daughter" are simply impossible to forget.|
|From: Tim Fell||Date: May 15, 2004 at 17:07|
|Very under-rated. Not "classic rock", but very interesting. Anyone's Daughter shows a side to the band that I wish they'd explored further. I think at the time, they were more driven by commercially oriented management rather than musical integrity.|
|From: Big Papa K||Date: June 26, 2004 at 1:25|
|Good follow up to the monumental "In Rock". This album is somewhat overlooked due to where it is in the band's catalog. Contains the unheralded classics "Fireball" and "Strange Kind Of Woman" (on the re-issue). 8/10|
|From: Propane||Date: November 30, 2004 at 10:04|
|True musicianship at it's best|
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