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Artist: Justin Sayne

Title: Big Tools

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1990

Label: Bay City (USA)

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Wayne Coyle vocals, electric & acoustic guitar, mandolin, violin
Jeff Job drums & percussion
Russ Pfeifer vocals, Keyboards
Darren Robinette lead vocals
Rico Weisman bass, electric & acoustic guitar
Roger Witt additional guitars
Produced By Justin Sayne


1.  New One  4:38
2.  Here And Now  4:19
3.  Run In The Night  3:50
4.  Nobody (Loves You Like I Do)  3:57
5.  Money  5:14
6.  Burning Embers  6:34
7.  Keeper Of The Key  4:10
8.  Balanced On The Edge  2:41
9.  Flames Beat The Blues  3:25
10.  Can't Take It Away  2:55
11.  What If It Were You  4:00
12.  Touchin' The Fire  3:14
13.  I Know Why  4:31
Total Running Time:  53:28

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Existing comments about this CD

From: koogles Date: March 9, 2004 at 18:06
Very similar to SPICED ICE in places, for instance, "Nobody (Loves You Like I Do)" and "Money" remind me of "Tomorrow Without Love" by Spiced Ice. Highly talented band with good rhythmic sense and more chops than a butcher's freezer. Unfortunately, "Justin Sayne" prices have put this one out of reach for all but the most monied collectors.

From: scott gould Date: March 14, 2004 at 18:58
I have a copy of this cd ive been listening to it since it's release. Justin sayne's front man Mr.Robinettes vocals are unmatched this bands writing abilities are fantastic!! this disc is a keeper.lets just hope for another some day!!!!hint hint.. p.s. burning embers should have been a # 1 hit

From: Russ Letson Date: August 9, 2004 at 5:24
Wow! I really would love to hear this because......I *know* these guys! I haven't seen them for....oh...over 15 years now....lol. My name is Russ Letson and the reason I know these guys is that I was in a band that played all the same clubs! I was in "The Rage", then "Trespasser" and then "Top Secret". Hey - any of you guys see this, go to my website and say hi! http://www.RussLetson.com Russ

From: Justin Sayne Date: August 9, 2004 at 13:54
Justin Sayne Lives!

From: Kenny Davis Date: September 20, 2004 at 11:57
I've had this album since it's release. I was also given the oppertunity to play the song "Money" with the band after learning the song between sets one evening. One i'll never forget. A GREAT bunch of guys who, to this day, still play their As*** off, even if they won't call me for a reunion! (hint,hint)Guys!!! I don't necessarily want to play, i just RELLY want to be there! Somebody call me!!! (kidkenny@yahoo.com)...Thanks, kenny

From: Andi Date: March 16, 2005 at 0:01
WOW! I can't believe Justin Sayne made this CD and now it's going for big bucks! I have several cassettes of them before they were this "big" and tons of photos, posters, etc. but sure wish I could afford this CD! Good going guys!!!

From: z4roxx Date: March 16, 2005 at 10:15
Sorry mate but cassettes don't worth nothin'anymore ahahaha!People now wants only cd's!It's not bad,it's interestin'well played aor but it misses somethin'else,maybe a little more energy sometimes.BTW it's an excellent band to being an indie product,IMO.

From: HippyG420 Date: April 11, 2006 at 12:39
I have an original copy of Big Tools I am interested in getting rid of I thought I would like to give their fans first pick at the CD. It's all original, CD, casing, insert... You can contact me at: IdahoPeaceTrain@msn.com Thanks... HippyG420

From: darobinson Date: April 11, 2008 at 19:15
These guys are great!!! They used to play in the pubs here in Boise, Idaho and they always put on a great show. If you are able to find this disc it is a must have.

From: hernanHRM/AOR Date: December 11, 2008 at 19:49

From: Delbert Date: April 8, 2014 at 12:55
Catchy, melodic AOR/hard rock that is buried deep in the 80's.....loaded with hooks galore. It reminds me of bands like FANATIX, SPICED ICE, LEONARD THE DOG, REDSTONE with hints of the upbeat portions of J.C. DESIRE. The musicianship is stunning with brilliant keys, guitar licks and some of the best vocals you'll ever hear. I've played this disc over and over; I can't say enough great things about this band.

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