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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Wolfgang Productions Inc.
Catalog Number: WPI-9697
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Neal Anthony Lead & Rhythm Guitars, Backing Vocals|
Paul Miller Lead Vocals, Lead & Rhythm Guitars
Phil Galloway Drums, Backing Vocals
Mark Christenson Bass, Backing Vocals
|1. ||Are You Ready? |
|2. ||Chicken Pot Pie |
|3. ||The Offspring |
|4. ||Let It Be Me |
|5. ||Forever's Call |
|6. ||Love Alive |
|7. ||Break The Silence |
|8. ||She Doesn't Know |
|9. ||The Prophet |
|10. ||Heaven's Calling |
|11. ||Hold On |
|12. ||Too Much Love |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: May 18, 2005 at 21:51|
|In the Bible, Cain is a flawed individual, but I'm sure he had his good points. The same can be said of Cain's Alibi, a band that has its flaws, but also has some good stuff to offer. This is melodic metal done with power & energy, but the group falters many times during the album's running length, serving up almost as many fillers as they do killers. It'd be a lie to tell you these guys totally suck, but neither should you go out and murder somebody to get your hands on a copy...
||Date: October 24, 2008 at 22:10|
|These guys sound a LOT like Bombay Black to me.
||Date: June 18, 2009 at 13:31|
|Personalmente me parece un gran album. Progresivo pero con unos tonos del vocalista muy parecidos a los de Tommy Paris de (Jillson y Britny fox). Fantastico album.
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