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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Cargo Records/Live Wire
Catalog Number: LW024-2
|2.||Cry Sweet Freedom|
|3.||Live for the Day|
|4.||Let It Burn|
|5.||If You See Kay|
|7.||Devil Finds a Fool|
|8.||Winners & Losers|
|10.||Bury the Hatchet|
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|From: Japangea||Date: December 16, 2008 at 21:45|
|Robb Weir can be a liar as he once said in the liner notes "nomore". His wife must be angry about this re-union.|
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|From: Jez||Date: December 17, 2008 at 20:55|
|A very nice surprise this, after the pretty drab 'Noises From The Cathouse and 'Mystical'(which was anything but).This is a no nonsense, no holds barred, solid traditional Brit Hard Rock album of a very good and consistent quality and the best thing these boys have done in a long long time. Cherry picking tracks is pretty pointless, as I am pleased to say they are all pretty dammned good and show the band can still belt out a cracking riff or 2. Nice to see them back playing with a bit of fire in their bellies and as I said above, really a very pleasant surprise indeed.|
|From: Metal T||Date: December 18, 2008 at 17:14|
|Oh yeah..a well crafted return to form all the way with a helluva lot of balls to boot! Band is solid throughout-with some fine vox from the new guy.'Live For The Day'= a GREAT hard rock tune...|
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