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Artist: House of Lords

Title: Big Money

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House of Lords Big Money Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2011

Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)

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James Christian vocals
Jimi Bell guitars
BJ Zampa drums
Chris McCarvill bass


1.  Big Money     Listen
2.  One Man Down     Listen
3.  First To Cry     Listen
4.  Searchin'     Listen
5.  Someday When     Listen
6.  Livin' in a Dream World     Listen
7.  The Next Time I Hold You     Listen
8.  Run for Your Life     Listen
9.  Hologram     Listen
10.  Seven     Listen
11.  Once Twice     Listen
12.  Blood     Listen

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From: the rocker Date: September 17, 2011 at 17:01
Very Good!!!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: September 18, 2011 at 19:54
Using the same scheme like they have done it in the past(or at least in recent years)comes another GREAT album by House Of Lords...James Christian's remaining as the only original member of the band and obviously being the "jewel" and the reason why of quality in the songs...high caliber Hard Rock/AOR all over!!! faves are "Big Money","First To Cry"(nice AOR),"Searchin'"(excellent AOR),"Livin' In A Dream World","Run For Your Life" & "Once Twice"...i dunno know if one of the best releases of late 2011 but surely it will have some followers ...93/100

From: the rocker Date: October 31, 2011 at 15:05
I don't know why there are not more comments let for this, because it is really good! Fav. tracks are Hologram, First to cry, Someday When, Searchin'. Other good ones are Blood, Run For Your Life and Big Money.

From: edwithmj Date: November 1, 2011 at 17:21
Another great disc by House of Lords. This starts off great and ends even better. Christian's vocals haven't deteriorated an inch since the debut.

From: mikey2k Date: November 13, 2011 at 5:47
Another great album by House of Lords. I really love this album, its just as good as World Upside Down, Come To My Kingdom and Cartesian Dreams. Really love the newest release from James Christian, check out his wife Robin Beck's latest release too "The Great Escape".

From: 123charpenay Date: December 2, 2011 at 10:25
i have always think that house of lords is a special band.they have something different than the others.they are charismatic and have a superior french we says "ils ont la classe les autres sont des baltringues".this new record comfort me.james christian is one of the best singer of the world.i have seen on melodic rock that he have a cancer and the europeean tour date is cancelled.hey god please make an effort or a miracle for james .the list is too long dio the bassist of y&t of talisman ect ect... stop the slaughter.we need genius on this poor earth.

From: the rocker Date: December 20, 2011 at 7:36
Just saw House Of Lords tonight(12/19/2011), for FREE! Very good show, w/ special guest Fiona. They did 3 from the new cd, Big Money, One Man Down &, Blood.

From: Wardy Date: March 11, 2012 at 0:38
With more great cover art BigMoney sees HOL finally making a departure from the almost 'routine' of previous albums treating us to a bunch of tunes that move outside the box & nod back to the grand and epic of yesteryear. The previous albums certainly delivered but BigMoney goes further & broader. This is most evident in OneManDown from which James and co borrow (with respect) from the DemonsDown title track and deliver a wonderful, grand, mini-epic in true HOL spirit. BigMoney is indeed big full of vocal throttle. SomedayWhen is the perfect blend of previous few albums delivering a beautiful melodicrock number surpassing even the recent batch of quality material. RunForYourLife & Hologram kick too but it's Searching that grooves and swings it hips the best! Blood concludes the album on a high note... BigMoney easily gets my preference vote based purely on it being the perfect blend of classic and recent HOL materials. With sublime vocals & musicianship of this caliber; Rating 8.5

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