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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Off Yer Rocka
Catalog Number: OYR 004
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Guy Griffin guitars, bass|
Keith Weir keyboards, piano
Paul Guerin guitars, bass
|1. ||Too Much of a Good Thing |
|2. ||Chain Smokin' |
|3. ||Talk of the Town |
|4. ||Mother Mary |
|5. ||King of Fools |
|6. ||Homewreckers and Heartbreakers |
|7. ||Diamonds and Dirty Stones |
|8. ||Beautiful Curse |
|9. ||Don't Fight It |
|10. ||For Crying Out Loud |
|11. ||Twenty Seven Years |
|12. ||I Died Laughing |
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|From: Rob Rocker
||Date: January 14, 2014 at 17:14|
|Quireboys are hands down my all time favorite band, but I found "Beautiful Curse" to be a let down. It seems to lack the spirit and emotion of their other CD's. IMO the songs seem like material that wasn't quite good enough to make past albums, or watered down versions of stuff they have already done. "Mother Mary", and "Twenty Seven Years" are the only songs that really stand out for me. Overall not a bad CD, it just "pales in comparison" to their other studio albums.
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