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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Varese Records
Catalog Number: 061069
|1.||Hungry for Rock||4:00|
|3.||O Believe in You||8:29|
|9.||Lipstick and Leather||3:15|
|11.||Rock and Roll's Gonna Save the World||5:20|
|12.||Masters and Slaves||5:07|
|Total Running Time:||58:39|
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|From: cruise||Date: September 15, 2003 at 16:04|
|A brilliant band who are outstanding live but this is not the definitive collection. Taken from two BBC radio shows this is the band at their prime. Not the greatest production but the awesome licks keep this well above average. Misses some of their classics but is still good. 7.5/10|
|From: Rocktron||Date: March 12, 2004 at 7:42|
|This is far superior to "Yesterday & Today Live". "Hungry For Rock" announces the band, and the intro to "Black Tiger", better than the original, works them up to a frenzy. British fans know how to rock, as heard in "Rock and Roll's Gonna Save the World", which transports you into the audience. "Hurricane" was played by the BBC's DJ, Alan Freeman, and should have been included. "Meanstreak" and "Rescue Me" capture a rocking Y&T in their prime. Excellent 10/10. Rocktron from London, England.|
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