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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Edgy Records (Europe)
Catalog Number: EDGY103
|1.||Do It Good|
|2.||Love Don't Stay|
|4.||Running Out Of Time|
|6.||Down And Out|
|8.||Make A Stand|
|9.||Raised On Rock|
|10.||Slip Away bonus track|
|11.||Stormlands bonus track|
|12.||Paradise Drive bonus track|
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|From: Axelinger||Date: August 15, 2003 at 13:26|
|If MCA hadn't shoved them back into the studio without giving them proper creative time, I'm sure they would've made a much better album... Half of this is solid, the other half seemingly made up as they went along in the studio... Another example of a label trying to cash in on a great product (Spellbound) by forcing a band into producing a follow-up when they're not prepared with decent material... They further screwed them by insisting they shift in a poppier direction on The Cage...|
|From: PaterSlovenske||Date: February 28, 2004 at 0:29|
|If your interested in this album, there are 3 songs that are worthy: Do It Good, Raised On Rock and of course Stormlands, the best track. Since Tygers had less than a month to record this album, it's no wonder why this album falls into mediocrity (you can see that by some of songs' titles). Still, Do It Good, Raised On Rock and especially Stormlands are great songs, this last with its great bluesy riff, just rocks!|
|From: BOLIN44||Date: February 17, 2005 at 3:28|
|I don't agree with the above!! One of the essential NWOBHM CD's to get. Spellbound is also good. Both of these CD's have John Sykes on guitar!! They are 2 different albums though. I've been listening to this since my vinyl dayz. Both albums are pretty much the same in production. Classic early 80's sound. Like the first Saxon,Iron Maiden....etc. LOVE IT ALL|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: January 9, 2007 at 20:57|
|Good album but maybe without the flavour of the first.The 3 bonus tracks are the same from the limited edition of the vynil when it first came out.The vynil has a 12 inch single with the afformentioned bonus tracks.Anyway a great collector's piece of metal here!!!.|
|From: petermexico13||Date: October 27, 2016 at 15:12|
|En verdad me sorprende que tenga una calificación tan baja este trabajo, su anterior Spellbound es para muchos el mejor, la llegada se John Sykes le dió un mejor sonido y calidad a sus canciones, en lo personal Yo prefiero este disco "Love Don´t Stay", Running Out of Time" "Never Satisfied" "Do it Good" "Stormlands" son suficientes razones para disfrutar este disco, en lo personal es uno de mis preferidos de la NWOBHM, sus 4 primeros trabajos son parte de la historia importante del género, todo buen seguidor del verdadero Heavy Metal debe tenerlos, a disfrutar de ese sonido tan especial que tienen las grabaciones de principios de los 80. Tygers of Pantang seguirán siendo uno de los grandes y favoritos de esa época dorada!!!|
|From: Japangea||Date: January 8, 2019 at 7:06|
|I really do not think ths was with Sykes as guitar works sound terrible.|
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