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Catalog Number: GPI 795
|1.||Ready To Rock|
|2.||No Good 4 Nothin|
|3.||Roll Of The Dice|
|5.||Jail Cell Blues|
|8.||Back Stabbin Fool|
|9.||I Don't Need You|
|10.||Untitled bonus track|
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|From: David||Date: November 10, 2003 at 1:24|
|Thanks you to TIM & MButt for their combined effort on getting this on heavy harmonies. Now I've never heard this one before cause I've heard alot of mixed emotions about it, some hate it & some love it. Powerage are usually compared to Lanica on ebay but I never know how seriously take ebay seller's comparisons when they're trying to sell their music. Any comments on this one??|
|From: TIM||Date: November 10, 2003 at 1:54|
|I thought it was extremely average personally, but know many who love it. Of course, it came from BMI.|
|From: tomcat||Date: November 10, 2003 at 9:08|
|this has always been one of my favorite indie releases..the opener 'ready to rock' shows the attitude of theze 4 youngsters, young and rockin' like 1993. Everybody talks about the 80's and stuff but lots of cool indie releases were released in the early 90's.This is one of them.Songs like 'easy street' and 'backstabbin' fool' (can't get enuff of that opening rif) are truly great songs from a band that charmed me with this effort.NOt my favorite indie release but it comes pretty close.GREAT CD|
|From: ootten||Date: November 11, 2003 at 10:49|
|just another mediocre group, enough said.|
|From: Studboy||Date: December 15, 2004 at 20:20|
|I thought this was a pretty good hard rock CD. I would recommend it.|
|From: metalalways||Date: February 8, 2008 at 21:47|
|This is one very underrated indie this band kicks ass their music sounds like lancia and the lead singer david zadjel to me at least sounds a lot like michael sweet from stryper and like tomcat said above alot of the very cool indie releases came out in the early 90's with a 80's glam vibe which is good i like the fact that alot of indies came out in the early 90's because the bands stayed glam and didn't turn grunge like motley crue did when john corabi got in it every time when i searched ebay|
|From: metalalways||Date: February 8, 2008 at 21:49|
|every time i searched ebay for powerage loud it kept bringing up search results for ac/dc powerage|
|From: Delbert||Date: February 9, 2008 at 11:25|
|Fans of the L.A. glam/hair metal sound should enjoy this. If you dig bands like HEAVEN'S EDGE, HURRICANE, LANCIA and some STRYPER then I would recommend it.|
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