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February 2, 2019:
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: June 27, 2018 at 2:55|
|TNT has had some moderate success selling 5+ million albums. Tony Harnell was in/out of TNT between 2013 and 2017, Harnell was part of the "30th Anniversary 1982-2012 - Live In Concert'CD/DVD which showcased all 3 singers if you include 'The Dag' from their (1982) debut. Then in (2015) he was in Skid Row for about 6 months which seems like it would not be a fit. Not sure if it's the commute to Eastern Europe from the States to stay in the band or other reasons he had to leave the group(again).Tony #2 (Mills) I thought was never a fit for the band. Now enter the TRIPLE B era, a Spaniard singer with pretty good range, but Harnell's shoes are not easily filled. Lucky 13 'XIII' is more of a AORish album that is diverse with hits and misses, that puts a lot of focus on melodies. The opening track is catchy/poppy "Were Gonna Make It". A DEF LEP Hysteria telegraph track "Get Ready For Some Hard Rock'. Depending on your expectations and history with the band this could be a grower or a hater.
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