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Label: Reef Recordings
Catalog Number: SRE CD 705
|2.||The Only One|
|3.||Blow My Mind|
|4.||Shine Like Diamonds|
|6.||Love Like Suicide|
|10.||Winners and Losers|
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|From: Aero Force Mike||Date: December 13, 2003 at 18:32|
|Just as bad as that piece of crap 'Lucky' that preceeded it - detuned guitars, distorted vocals... its like Aerosmith's Just Push Play I'd say - in fact, yeah, that's a very good reference point, cos they both suck. Stick to the first album... pretend the rest of their career never happened.|
|From: Gerges||Date: January 9, 2004 at 20:50|
|Simply one of the best albums I ever heard in my life. It was very sad to lose such a wonderful band...|
|From: cosmo||Date: January 29, 2004 at 17:52|
|Mucho más heavy que los anteriores, lo cual desconcierta hasta a los que estábamos acostumbrados a escuchar a Neville. En lineas generales, es muy parecido a Lucky con temas que no se te quedan la primera vez que los escuchas (eso solo pasa con su primer CD).|
|From: CC||Date: February 19, 2004 at 10:59|
|1st album great,2nd album not so great,3rd album crap! I never understood why they changed direction so quickly seeing as the first album was well recieved by the buying public. Its no wonder they were dropped by EMI after lucky seeing as their fanbase deserted them quicker than rats on a sinking ship. This album tanked big time & deservedly so! Havent even bothered buying their live album!|
|From: Erik||Date: October 3, 2004 at 10:15|
|Another great example of a band that thought it needed to "evolve". To cut it short. After the first very good release they completely lost direction. Two crap albums followed. I really cant understand some of the bands out there. Stick to what your good at and why you got known in the first place !|
|From: wyrm||Date: March 23, 2005 at 5:49|
|Don't agree. Yes, their first CD is a classic, the best they made, but crap??? No way! Spice girls, Army of lovers, Milli Vanilli: That's crap! This album is full of energetic hardrock with still plenty of melody played by very capable musicians. I still enjoy playing it once in a while especially on sunny days (feelgood music)If you can pick it up cheap, do it, you won't regret it.|
|From: PJMuso||Date: March 24, 2005 at 4:06|
|You guys seem to comment alot on their change in direction & the dropping from EMI. Do you not think that record Co. pressure might have resulted in the band trying various styles as to keep up with then recent spat of "Offspring" & "Nirvana" type bands. EMI shelved alot of decent acts in the early/mid 90's due to dwindling sales. I personally think all these bands fell victim of the powers that be. See Thunder,Gun,Skin etc...as examples of this. This album had more direction than Lucky by far.|
|From: CC||Date: February 4, 2006 at 8:28|
|If that were the case,then they would have returned to the sound of the debut after EMI dropped them. The simple fact was that bands like Thunder & Skin were having decent sales in the UK. Thunder kept playing classic rock,Skin didnt!|
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