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|4.||Desert of No Love|
|6.||Women in Cages|
|8.||Ready to Run|
|9.||All Change Faces|
|10.||Forgive and Forget|
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|From: Wotty||Date: January 10, 2005 at 14:36|
|The best and most polished Tygers album.Superb vocals and musicianship and released at a time they should have been huge !!!!|
|From: bob||Date: January 13, 2005 at 15:45|
|I'm with Wotty her that this one is more polished but not the best...go and look for the older stuff instead with John Sykes on guitar|
|From: Big Papa K||Date: January 13, 2005 at 23:16|
|This takes the polished pop metal sound of 'The Cage' and makes it even more polished bordering on AOR. The first half of the disc is not bad ('Waiting' and 'Innocent Eyes'), but this is a far cry from the band's NWOBHM days. In the end, it sounds like a lot of leftovers from 'The Cage'. 4/10|
|From: BCASARIN(MEX)||Date: January 21, 2005 at 22:09|
|perfect! melodic hooks and strong tracks this is the best tygers album!!!|
|From: z4roxx||Date: August 12, 2006 at 12:25|
|Wow,it’s the only cd I have and one of the fave from Great Britain in the eighties!!!(I have also”mystical”but I consider it a little piece of sweet shit ahaha).Please if any other 80’s releases are similar let me know,before search them I would know if they worth the purchase,thanks!!!|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: January 9, 2007 at 21:17|
|They went straight through american sound and this album was the preview for their huge 'Burning in the shade'.Catchy songs with potential at their most!!!.Highly recommended.9/10.|
|From: Clayton77||Date: January 9, 2007 at 23:25|
|I agree with you, Rick!!!! This album is brilliant and highly recommended. It is only topped by 'The Cage'...this is their best release!!|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: March 12, 2007 at 18:21|
|Words of wisdom dear Clayton77!!!.You are spot on dude!!!.|
|From: edwithmj||Date: April 6, 2013 at 7:22|
|This album is only topped by Spellbound and the Wild Cat for me. A more polished sound was created by the band for this disc and it works on songs like Innocent Eyes and The Wreck-Age (sleazy sounding vocals). The other highlights are the AORish Desert of No Love, Victim and Women in Cages.|
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