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Catalog Number: 7567-89676-5
|1.||It's Not You|
|2.||I Get Off|
|3.||Bet U Wish U Had Me Back|
|5.||Familiar Taste of Poison|
|6.||I'm Not An Angel|
|7.||What Were You Expecting?|
|9.||Better Sorry Than Safe|
|11.||Nothing to Do With Love|
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|From: CC||Date: May 22, 2011 at 18:47|
|I downloaded this a few months ago on the strength of seeing the video to I get off and thought that it was ok. I then downloaded the three bonus tracks a couple of months later, and gave it another spin and the whole album just clicked all of a sudden (prob wasnt paying attention the first time). I am actually addicted to this album right now, and finally have a physical copy. The album starts incredibly strong and maintains this right to the finish. The three bonus songs, which were only available digitally are actually better than some of the songs that made the final cut, with Tell me where it hurts actually being one of their best. Its nice to hear in this day an age a female rock singer who not only isnt doing the "trendy" symphonic rock style vocals, but is singing about sex just like classic Blackie Lawless or Vince Neil etc. While it certainly has some modern touches, its a definite throwback to the 80s era.|
|From: metalmaniac777||Date: May 25, 2011 at 14:27|
|Fans of modern music that isn't ashamed to proudly wear its '80s metal influence will bow down before Lizzy Hale, the new queen of hard rock. No symphonic crap, no garrulous goth posturing...Lizzy has about as much use for that as tanning lotion in a rainstorm. Instead, she belts out the hook-laden tunes like a straight-up hard rock femma fatale.|
|From: Doug||Date: March 26, 2012 at 18:40|
|"It's Not You" rocks. This is a good album; worth checking out.|
|From: Doug||Date: June 19, 2012 at 17:28|
|Check out newest release "The Strange Case Of...." Lzzy Hale on vocals is amazing! My new favorite band.|
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