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Catalog Number: 7 81628-4-E
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Jimmy Page guitars|
Paul Rodgers lead vocals
Tony Franklin synthesizer, bass, vocals
Chris Slade percussion, drums
|1. ||Fortune Hunter ||5:00|
|2. ||Cadillac ||5:57|
|3. || All The King'S Horses ||3:16|
|4. ||Live In Peace ||5:05|
|5. ||Tear Down The Walls ||4:43|
|6. ||Dreaming ||6:00|
|7. ||Free To Live ||4:13|
|8. ||Spirit Of Love ||5:06|
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|Total Running Time:|| 39:20|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: June 11, 2003 at 20:18|
|Considering the talent involved, evrybody had high hopes for the Firm. Their debut was kinda disappoiting though. Not a bad album by any stretch, but never coming close to Page & Rodgers' former glories. Their followup , MEAN BUSINESS, was a step in the right direction. The songwriting is consistantly strong throughout, and the band seemed to be developing their own style rather than sounding like a Bad Company rehash(like their debut). My favorite track is probably the closer, "Spirit of Love",
||Date: September 17, 2004 at 22:51|
|Instead of continuing the trail-blazing, well-crafted songs structures of the debut, The Firm sticks to tried and true AOR. Not a bad album by any stretch, but not the album that should've been considering the talent here. The best song here is probably "Spirit Of Love" like Gar says. Don't misunderstand me, it's not bad. In fact it's quite good, just not what I expected.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: August 16, 2015 at 12:40|
|Pretty good album with some Led Zeppelin touches here and there..."Spirit Of Love" is my fave track...some other nice moments are cuts 1,4,5,6 & 7...a very rounded Record to be objective...85/100
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