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Artist: Double Dealer

Title: Moving Target

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1999

Label: Escape

Catalog Number: ESM041

Personnel

David Steele vocals
Kenny Geatros guitar
Rick Fedyk drums
Randy Booth bass
Bill Bressler keyboards

Tracks

1.  Jammin' In The Jungle  
2.  What Fires Your Imagination  
3.  Stickin' My Love  
4.  Keep Your Hands To Yourself  
5.  Show Some Mercy  
6.  In My Arms Again  
7.  Hot Shot  
8.  Passion  
9.  Cries Of Love  
10.  Heaven's On Fire  
11.  Freedom  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: John Date: August 11, 2003 at 12:40
Some of the up tempo tunes are flat out weird, but worth the price for the last tune 'Freedom'.

From: Rycheage Date: January 28, 2004 at 17:49
The album certainly knows how to deliver some hard edged punchy rock n roll.Basically, a good fun party rock album. Most feel that the band mix the best of Extreme, Van Halen and Mr Big. While there are parts of those bands present - this style of hard rock more reminds me of bands like Slaughter.

From: Andree Date: July 24, 2004 at 17:46
Un album horrible de una banda incompetente, el único tema salvable es el último del disco Freedom, que obviamente no es composición de ellos, si ves este disco escapa .

From: Geoff Date: January 20, 2005 at 3:32
This is such ordinary, plain and well played but poor hard rock... BUT!!! 'In my arms again' is such a beautiful song. Honestly, the highest calibre of melodic rock and highly recommended - just that song, not the rest of the CD. Killer track, poor album.

From: Jordi Date: April 6, 2005 at 2:59
Ya te cagas con la canción Freedom. IMPRESIONANTE. De las mejores de la historia del AOR. Es una preciosidad. El disco tal como comentáis vale la pena sólo comprarlo por este PEDAZO de canción. Voy escribiendo y la estoy escuchando con los "cascos". Joder, ... que paja!!

From: the game Date: May 4, 2005 at 17:36
Very average, boring and poorly played hard rock. Nothing really new here IMO. There are a lot more better bands out there to spend your hard earned money on. Buy it cheap, give it a spin and toss it. The only thing I liked was some of the guitar playing which is why I gave this CD 5/10 and for that reason only.

From: metalmaniac777 Date: January 3, 2010 at 12:53
I'll double or triple or quadruple (or whatever) what everybody else has said about this CD: it's pretty piss-poor. The title, however, is quite apt, as it was indeed a moving target when I took it out back, flung it into the air like a clay skeet pigeon, and blew it apart with my shotgun. Trust me, I derived far more pleasure from using this disc for target practice than I ever did playing it.


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