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Catalog Number: agek-2352
|1.||Rockin With the Music|
|2.||Flames Keep Growing|
|3.||Come On, Hold On|
|4.||Believe in Rock and Roll|
|5.||Boy's Night Out|
|6.||Hot to Trot|
|7.||Dirty, Sweet Loving|
|8.||Open My Eyes|
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|From: Rockhead||Date: July 22, 2005 at 14:39|
|The debut from Canadian rockers Teaze. Very 70's in terms of delivery and productionj but the songs are excellent and the vocals of Brian Danter are awesome. This is a good time rockin CD to play outside in the sunshine with beer. Highlights are tracks 1,3,5,6,8. A nice reissue for fans of classic rock|
|From: the game||Date: July 26, 2005 at 19:40|
|Excellent debut from Canadian rockers Teaze. This was released same time as Boston's debut. The delivery and production is great late 70's feel and the songs are excellent. Similar to April Wine, Santers. Brian Danter's vocals are awesome and he was very underated at the time. When I heard Flames Keep Growing(killer song) on the radio I went out and bought the album. Excellent re-issue. Their live album is also a must for your collection. Best tracks are 1,2,3,5,6,8. Rated 8.5/10.|
|From: pompeius||Date: November 23, 2005 at 23:14|
|The last song "Open My Eyes" is a cool sleeper of a song. It's a Christian prog rocker that builds up like "Suite Madam Blue". The rest is 70's hard rock, with "Flames Keep Growing" being heavy almost to the point of doominess.|
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