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Label: Shrapnel Records
Catalog Number: SH-1065-2
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Russ Parrish lead and rhythm guitars, vocals|
Tommy Hendrix bass, vocals
Ricky Parent drums
Jeff Pilson lead vocals, rhythm guitar
|1. ||Love Has No Color |
|2. ||Stone Cold Believer |
|3. ||Change the World |
|4. ||Can't Slow Down |
|5. ||New Sensation |
|6. ||World Spinnin' Round |
|7. ||Believe in Yourself |
|8. ||Heaven is Waiting |
|9. ||I Miss You Mama |
|10. ||Spread Your Wings |
|11. ||We All Need Someone to Love |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: November 16, 2001 at 12:57|
|No people...stick to Dokken!!
||Date: March 31, 2003 at 17:55|
|Is 'change the world' the same track that would later be on Dokken's 'Erase the slate'?
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||Date: January 24, 2004 at 2:36|
|Maybe it's the Jeff Pilson/Dokken connection 'mystically' influencing me,but I enjoy this disc very much! While 'Stone Cold Believer' & 'We All Need Someone to Love' sound very Dokken-ish,the rest of this disc reminds of something you'd hear on Wild Horses-Bareback (yeah,I know Jeff wasn't on that one!).I enjoy tracks 1-4,8,9,& 11 the most,with Stone Cold Believer(ROCKER) being my fave.Good stuff! And BTW,the 'Change the World' found on this disc is NOT the same song later done by Dokken.
|From: ROB GARCIA
||Date: February 1, 2004 at 6:42|
|this is a very good album by jeff pilson & co. actually this is a lot better than the latest releases from dokken(they suck big time man!).good backing vocals & excellent rockers its what you gonna find in this one.recommended!.
||Date: February 7, 2004 at 3:43|
|Kind of a 2nd rate 'supergroup', but enjoyable for what it is. Jeff Pilson has a good voice for these songs. Some are good, some are forgettable, but nothing is bad outright. My personal favorite is 'Heaven is Waiting', but there are a couple of close 2nds. Not exactly a 'top priority' disc, though you could do much worse.
||Date: June 6, 2004 at 7:30|
|Great album, their best IMO! 'Can't slow down' is my fave track, but the whole album is full of massive songs. Production could be better though
||Date: November 25, 2004 at 4:28|
|any album is amazing if Ricky Parent is in.
||Date: November 26, 2004 at 22:15|
|Amazing this album is not. There are some good tunes on it, but not really anything memorable. I am a big Dokken fan as well as the Lynch/Pilson album. Not anything near as good on this one. Stone Cold Believer is a solid tune but not much else on this one. If you can get it cheap pick it up and decide for yourself. Otherwise spend your cash elsewhere.
||Date: June 19, 2008 at 8:47|
|I have to agree with Whiplash, this album is really quite good. It is not a heavy album by any means but it has some really good catchy tunes. I would liken it more to radio play type of songs. The later albums get progressively heavier and darker in sound. Tracks 4,5 and 6 are my fave on this disc. I am a huge Dokken fan so naturually I had to have this album and was not disappointed. 81/100
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