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Category: Melodic Metal
Catalog Number: N00262
|1.||Born To Rock|
|5.||The Storm Broke Loose|
|6.||Out Of Control|
|7.||Too Late To Runaway|
|8.||Hand Of Fate|
|11.||Fast Decision Bonus|
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|From: Rockhead||Date: April 6, 2005 at 2:52|
|I love this Cd-Solid, punchy guitar riffs, great catchy songs and a production that sounds great some 20 years on. This album along with Bodine's 3 Times Running were the pinnicle of euro metal in the mid 80's. Sinner have been a solidly consistent band throughout their career. This CD is probably the pinnacle of it. If you love your metal with a european tint then this is for you.|
|From: Geoff||Date: April 6, 2005 at 4:43|
|I can't believe how many discs these guys have! I'd love to get the early 90's ones I don't have... but this is another good one. I think 'The storm broke loose, 'Open arms' and 'Masquerade' were faves, but this is just a good, consistent hard rocking album. No complaints here at all. Recommended. As a side note... looks like there's an ex-Victory member on most Sinner discs...|
|From: howe||Date: April 6, 2005 at 10:56|
|Yeah, Geoff, I wouldn't say this is a bad cd - when compared to many really bad ones... - but when it comes to this band the quantity of albums isn't followed by quality. Just my opinion.|
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