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Label: Vertigo (Germany)
Catalog Number: 846 194-2
|2.||I Had Too Much to Dream||4:04|
|5.||I'll Be Holding On||5:22|
|6.||Something Wicked This Way Comes||5:15|
|Total Running Time:||43:38|
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|From: Don||Date: August 31, 2001 at 8:14|
|Gene Simmons (Executive Producer) once again tries to increase his bank account by injecting an overdose of VANILLA into an otherwise kick ass artist. Sorry Gene, Doro's a rocker, not a poseur. You can hear the tension in the record between the metal (Doro) and the Vanilla (Simmons, Thayer, and co.).|
|From: NITRO||Date: April 6, 2002 at 0:43|
|ANOTHER GREAT RELEASE BUT DORO IS A EUROPEAN GIRL NOT AN AMERICAN YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN METAL BORN IN EUROPE NOT IN USA LAND OF THE POSERS AND GAYS DORO EUROPE SCREAM FOR YOU AND YOU KNOW IT LOVE YOU FUR IMMER|
|From: Tony||Date: April 11, 2002 at 7:45|
|Man has there ever been a WORSE producer than Gene Simmons? Ruins everything he touches with the bass heavy sound and Gene-dumb choruses. Great singer and good songs but just shitty production. In the hands of a more competent producer I think this wouldn't sound so dated now.|
|From: 9 CHAMPIONS A 1||Date: December 10, 2002 at 10:18|
|Para mi uno de los discos mas flojos de la diosa walkiria,aqui abandona por completo el sonido metálico de sus obras precedentes y se adentra en terrenos mas Hard Rockeros supongo que gracias a Gene Simmons,pues hay algunas canciones que suenan a Kiss Total.Pero por lo general son temas bastante MEDIOCRES que si encima le unimos una producción que no es muy convincente,sobre todo en las guitarras ,me queda dar la nota muy a mi pesar de FLOJITO,FLOJITO.|
|From: MALLORCA´S ROCK||Date: December 30, 2002 at 14:13|
|Unicamente conocía a Doro por Warlock para mi tipico grupo con tres temazos por disco y el resto mediocridad (como twisted sister , Odin, Lizzy Borden..) Ahora que la he escuchado en solitario veo que no es tan metalera pero sigue igual con su temazo y el resto nada. Coincido con 9 Champ. que se nota el trabajo de Gene . Regular y nuevamente decepcionado.|
|From: Van Alan||Date: March 21, 2003 at 7:35|
|The song "Rock On", sound sanmple above, first appeared on the Black N Blue release IN HEAT. The song was written by Simmons, Tommy Thayer (who plays on this CD and also the Black N Blue release) and Jamie St. James (Black N Blue). This is a fairly good CD, but Pesch didn't write much of the material on it.|
|From: kskkerim||Date: January 19, 2004 at 5:16|
|she is one of the best female rockers.and i realy love the way she did|
|From: Metal Pete||Date: February 3, 2004 at 19:00|
|Gotta agree Gene stinks as a producer. He didn't do any favors for Black n Blue either, which was a great band until he messed 'em up. Doro rocks!! I'll probably get this one last though, after all the Warlock releases.|
|From: crazy guy||Date: November 20, 2004 at 17:15|
|Between LITA FORD and DORO I have to choose DORO. Not becuase LITA is bad (she's sexy, too)But DORO can hit great songs! The best female singer EVER!|
|From: Dave||Date: November 20, 2004 at 21:43|
|Better than Ann Wilson from "Heart" ?????????????? I dont think so.Not even in the same ball park !!!!|
|From: scott||Date: January 16, 2006 at 10:09|
|The person who made the comment about America above can kiss my American butt! However, as for this album I am going to disagree with the masses here and say I like this CD. Is it Doro's best? No. Is it her worst? Far from it. That honor goes to Machine II Machine. Yes, this disc has a big pop metal flare thanks to Simmons producing and writing some of the material. However, mixing the American Kiss style with Doro's German metal background works quite well IMO.|
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