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Label: Angel Air Records [England]
Catalog Number: SJPCD031
|5.||Blood Comes Easy||4:51|
|6.||Suck My Guitar||3:56|
|Total Running Time:||40:43|
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|From: Blue Tequila||Date: May 26, 2003 at 17:25|
|I know there are people saying this isn't Krokus so it sucks. They could have released it under another name but they're already on lead singer #4 counting Chris Von Rohr. So what? I listen to it and I like a lot of songs here. The album really grows on you once you get used to Sentance's voice. I would love to hear Brian Johnson sing Break Free. The album has some great guitar work and the drums sound strong. Tracks 2 & 6 are clunkers but the rest is ALMOST Krokus being AC/DC as always.|
|From: M. Allen||Date: June 4, 2003 at 23:07|
|This ain't nothing special, but it's better than 98% of the crap they play on the radio these days. Then again, listening to a diarrhetic donkey shit its guts out is better than 98% of the crap they play on the radio these days. Anyway, if you like loud, no-frills hard rock, then "13" may just be your lucky number...as long as you don't mind that this particular incarnation of KROKUS suffers from the curse of banality...|
|From: Sandy||Date: March 11, 2004 at 18:13|
|Carl Sentance is a great singer! His voice sounds a little bit like Bon Scott, and he looks like Bon Scott too a little bit. 'Break Free' is a great tune, 'Guitar Back' too. And so is 'Money Back'. Some great songs on this record, but the production is horrible! And 'Heya' sucks! What a shitty song...|
|From: us||Date: May 10, 2004 at 6:40|
|we have not heard this but we have seen CARL SENTANCE live (yes in the flesh) we touched his hand and we love him! yes he great at singing and wearin leather pants! love you carl love the crazy preston ppl with glow bands!!!! x x x x|
|From: rene||Date: March 10, 2006 at 16:35|
|The best thing CARL SENTANCE did till now is with POWER PROJECT a band with VINNY APPICE, CARLOS CAVAZO and JEFF PILSON and they just released a killer(super super killer)album DINOSAURS. I already have to for some time but nobody is talking about that album. Its pure heavy metal(mix between late 80s BLACK SABBATH, RAINBOW and maybe a little of HAMMERFALL???) with MELODIC HARD ROCK songs too. You all need to look for that album because its going to be the number 1 album of 2006.Listen ones to me|
|From: Metal T||Date: August 27, 2008 at 19:13|
|Forgettable...rivals "Change Of Address" as their worst album.At least that thing had a nice cover of "Schools Out" on it."Heya" pretty much set the tone for me...Why in the f**k they ever chose that horrible tune to lead off this album just boggles the freakin'mind.Fernando's playing i like and "Backstabber" ain't bad but thats about it.Had this for years,rarely if ever listen to it.Those guys on the cover attempting brazillian jiu-jitsu or something ?Don't like the singer at all.Luckily Marc would return for "To Rock Or Not To Be".--|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: March 4, 2009 at 19:07|
|Very weak album with a nice cover though...only a couple of songs can be saved from burning "Break Free" & the AC/DC influenced song(when not!)"Whitchhunt"...Carl's voice was not really the addecuate one to substitute Marc and that's probably why this album was a dull one...thanks God the mistake is already solved and Mr Storace is rullin' the house once again!!!.70/100|
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