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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Marquee-Avalon (Japan)
Catalog Number: MICP-10771
|2.||Peter Sellers Blues|
|3.||Baby's Got Rhythm|
|5.||Me and Dad|
|7.||The Taste of Honey|
|8.||Bottle of Wine|
|10.||Love of My Life|
|11.||Had It, Lost It, Found It|
|12.||June live bonus track|
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|From: Remastered Reason||Date: November 11, 2008 at 19:22|
|Obviously, this is not the TNT with Tony Harnell, however it has an uncompromising charm about it, not to mention Tony Mills is also a damn good vocalist in his own right. The infectious tune "Love of My Life" has a killer hook & soaring vocals. "Had It, Lost It, Found It" displays Le Tekro's trademark riffing while "Peter Sellers Blues" begs to be a cinematic showcase. No doubt many fans will scratch their heads about the direction the band went here, but with open ears it may appeal to those who choose to hear.|
|From: The real Mr. Real||Date: November 12, 2008 at 14:38|
|BAD, BAD, BAD!!! AFter last years bummer `The New Territory´ and the massive bashing on all boards, they still have the nerves to come up with this piece of garbage? No thanks! This band is through... Avoid like plague!!!|
|From: MetalianStallion||Date: November 13, 2008 at 22:43|
|Unfortunately unlike the ancient city Atlantis that is submerged on the ocean floor, this TNT release surfaced to be unleashed on my ears. What the H-E double hockey sticks happened to TNT? This and the last release 'New Territory' are a disgrace to the bands legacy. If Le Tekro wants to experiment with Tony Mills in a band use another name. It goes to show what a intricate part of TNT Tony Harnell was.It should have been obvious that Tony Mills was not a fit for this band after N.T. I hate all the songs equally with some signature guitar work only distantly reminding me of this once mighty band. Remastered Reason recommends that you open your ears to the infectious "Love of my Life". After hearing it I feel I am infected and I need a shot. The opening track 'Hello Hello' has a 70's Space Truckin ABBA vibe(Goodbye,Goodbye). I guess it's appropriate to name a song after a bumbling fool detective 'Peter Sellers Blues' because you will be crying if you spend your money on this turkey.|
|From: Geoff||Date: November 17, 2008 at 21:48|
|I wanted to listen to this CD properly so I could give a well-informed view on why it is f*cking terrible, but I just couldn't get the vomit out my ears long enough to hear it properly. Everytime I played it I sprayed the room with vomit and my ears got clogged up so I gave up. Seriously, this is so bad it'll make you consider suicide just to escape it. R.I.P TNT. Please ... unless Tony Harnell returns.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: February 10, 2009 at 20:14|
|After listening many times this cd i must admit that since Tony Mills got the mic job,the band wanted 2 do something completely different from the times of Tony Harnell.The direction they took is more experimental rather than the old TNT sound,that's 4 sure.Is it good or bad???,well depends on how open are you 2 music.The album has good songs as the opener "Hello, Hello"(with a Beatles-ish feel 2 it-they did it in their last album too/"June"/)plus other songs such as "Tango Girl","Peters Seller's Blues" and so on.Buy it if you are a die hard fan of the band otherwise wait for the summer record sales...85/100|
|From: HEAVY PARADISE||Date: June 23, 2012 at 12:54|
|Very average.........but I have to admit that Mills vocal performances are top notch!!!!!|
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