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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Kinetic Records, Inc. (Canada)
Catalog Number: KRD 917
|2.||Just Thought I'd Ask|
|3.||When The Lights Go Down|
|7.||Somebody Like You|
|9.||Do What You Do|
|10.||We Always Want|
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|From: TIM||Date: July 22, 2003 at 17:09|
|Stand back- this sucker is loaded! This is Canada's best kept secret in my opinion. It kicks the hell out of Slik Toxik and Sven Gali. How those pitiful excuse for bands (IMO) get mentioned nonstop is beyond me. If you want a Canadian masterpiece- here ya go! Highly recommended!|
|From: Paulo_Fernandes||Date: July 22, 2003 at 18:45|
|Wellll, hehe, i prefer Sven Gali - its more in my style i guess :P|
|From: Paulo_Fernandes||Date: July 22, 2003 at 18:49|
|On the tracks where they play straight ahead hard rock, they actually have some good songs, but to me what kinda kills this cd is the funkish parts ala Extreme|
|From: Slaney||Date: January 28, 2004 at 1:23|
|This CD rocks!!!! If you're a fan of early 90's rock you'll love this CD. And then if you like this one go find the "Underground Outlaws" CD. They're the same band. P.S. The Churko's work for Shania Twain now|
|From: Anne||Date: March 13, 2004 at 12:18|
|Im desperately looking for this CD and the one from the underground outlaws as well. If anyone can tell me how to get one into Holland (europe) I'd be very gratefull. Both CD's are true rock but hard to find over here. See ya! firstname.lastname@example.org|
|From: juan carlos||Date: October 18, 2007 at 13:17|
|Hey! si que recuerda a los Extreme como en "When The Lights Go Down", los coros en "Liar" y algo en Hands. La balada a piano "Silver Lining" ok, "Somebody Like You" y "We Always Want" de lo mejorcillo. Cachondeos en "Churkin' Pickin'" y paro ahí. HardRock del regular. Al menos buena producción y la voz tambien. 7/10|
|From: Leykis101||Date: February 7, 2014 at 4:49|
|Just heard this little sneaky fucker, that managed to avoid me since the day it was released, and even now, I only heard it on a whim, rifling through my step-dads cd's, believing I had found an off cd by the Power Metal group of the same name, I through this fucker in and listened to it, it was awesome, and really doesnt have a weak song on it, if you have the chance absolutely check this fucker out or buy it, I think you'll find what I found, that it is an obscure work of art, or better yet perfection. ENJOY!!|
|From: Delbert||Date: April 30, 2014 at 14:06|
|This self produced masterpiece sports excellent production and great musicianship. The layered lead & backup vocals make for an explosive, melodic, catchy, original party hard rock style album that is not to be missed. For fans of everything from MOZART, HAREM SCAREM to early EXTREME. What you get is totally unreal guitar work, awesome songwriting, and plenty of innovative and original ideas for your money. Includes some great tracks, "I Just Thought I'd Ask" & "Somebody Like You". I recommend this one for a great Canadian Indie.|
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