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Category: Melodic Rock
Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)
|2.||I'm Breakin' Free||Listen|
|4.||Live Every Day (Like It's the Last)||Listen|
|5.||Permission To Die||Listen|
|7.||Swimmin' With the Sharks||Listen|
|11.||Turn Back the Tide||Listen|
|12.||You Might Just Save My Life||Listen|
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|From: The Rocker||Date: February 13, 2014 at 19:07|
|Can't wait to get this, pre ordered this a month ago!|
|From: -Rob||Date: March 8, 2014 at 18:45|
|Decent album...I'd have to say ot the "newer" HOL albums, it's still doesn't top World Upside Down. Love the song Precious Metal though.|
|From: The Rocker||Date: March 14, 2014 at 12:58|
|I have had this for about 2 weeks and really liking it a lot. I've been a big fan of HOL from day one and nothings changed with this new release. The opening song is the lead off single and it rocks, but my favorites are Action, You Might Just Save My Life, and I'm Breaking Free. With other good songs like , Permission To Die, Swimming With The Sharks and Raw it's a must have. I Highly recommended!|
|From: 123charpenay||Date: April 8, 2014 at 13:55|
|i m a very big fan of house of lords.this new record have the usual trademarks of hol,a big sound,a perfect production,always the same exceptional voice of mr james christian but....i m disapointed.no grandiose intro, like always, for opening the disc.this is the more hard and the most nervous hol s record.james christian and his musicians are very exicted on this record.so this new realise lacks in inspiration ,in melody,for make short in class.i don t really reconize the hol thay i love.this new record is absoluty not at the same level than his predecessors.it s stay a decent record not more.nevertheless two beautiful songs (track 4 and 9).tracks 5 8 and 10 great,tracks 6 11 and 12 are average.on tracks 1.2.3 and 7 james and his friends try to play the more speed as possible this is regrettable cause these songs could be better with more application.the japan bonus track is an acoustic version of the ballad track 6 "precious metal".for me this version have absoluty no interest.|
|From: Eric3||Date: January 31, 2016 at 21:51|
|I don't get the hate for this one. Yeah, they went in a slightly different direction...it's probably the heaviest House of Lords album (well, until 2015's Indestructible), but I think they pull it off quite well. In fact, the first half is pretty flawless to my ears. Still classic House of Lords arrangements and vocal melodies, just with a little less pomp and more "oomph." It trails off a bit at the end, but this is still a great album for fans of the heavier side of AOR.|
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