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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Sacred Groove Records
Catalog Number: None
|1.||River Of Love|
|3.||I Want It|
|4.||Cold Is The Heart|
|5.||She's Evil But She's Mine|
|6.||Dance Of The Dog|
|7.||Jungle Of Love|
|9.||All I Want|
|11.||Dream Until Tomorrow|
|12.||Tangled In The Web|
|13.||Street Fighting Man|
|14.||Tie Your Mother Down||Cover: Queen|
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|From: Rockead||Date: March 11, 2004 at 5:23|
|With so little official or decent quality bootlegs of Lynch Mob available, I looked forward to this release as Lynch Mob has always been a favourite. The songs are a good mix of the 2 studio albums and the band are on pretty good form Robert mason espeically so. The sound is a little muddy and lacks the excitment and atmosphere classic live albums provide, but on the whole a worthy addition if you are a fan.|
|From: Metal T||Date: May 6, 2004 at 9:10|
|Unfortunately this is some of the worst sh*t ive ever heard.Guitar tuned too flat',whiney vocals',muddy sound'etc.Ive seen George live' before and he sounded nothing like this.This album doesn't do his playing or sound justice.Would have been nice to have had some live' material with Oni' on vox. Can't tell me that this is the best they had to release as far as the live' stuff goes !|
|From: Metal T||Date: April 7, 2009 at 14:44|
|Oh man...was way too hard on this one the first time around.After several more listens since then..this has some ridiculously good shredding from George on it.While still not the best ive heard from him,it ain't even close to being "sh*t"-Sorry George,you rule dude.|
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