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Catalog Number: PHCW-1063
|5.||Nothing Means Nothing|
|6.||Talking 'Bout Love|
|7.||One Way System|
|8.||Interlude All Good People|
|11.||I Wish It Would Rain|
|12.||Raising The Devil|
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|From: MJ (Marla)||Date: February 25, 2004 at 21:59|
|The first time I heard the song 'We Will' I stopped dead in my tracks!! WHAT a groove!! Such attitude.....easily one of my top ten favorite songs, ever!! Love 'Nuclear Cowboy', 'Nothing Means Nothing', 'Talking 'Bout Love', 'One Way System', 'Degraded' and 'Sick' too.......Jeeeeez....might as well just say I love 'em all on this release!!!!|
|From: Cruise||Date: February 26, 2004 at 23:10|
|A decent album, but not a classic. Some tracks better than others but still has that distinctive guitar sound and vocal. 7/10|
|From: Axelinger||Date: July 6, 2004 at 12:55|
|Been a fan of Sykes since his Tygers Of Pan Tang days, but this experimentation with hip hop nonsense has to end... He needs to be a member of a band (like Thin Lizzy, Whitesnake, Tygers), or part of a supergroup (Blue Murder), so he can't run amok and ruin things with awful dreck like the title track... Anyone justifying the limp, rap-influenced experiments on this album, surely can't rank this slop up there with the man's stellar, past efforts... That would be a complete joke...|
|From:||Date: January 7, 2005 at 21:55|
|In this album you will not find that whitesnake sound that sykes did in some of his previous albums , a bit heavier sometimes , others going in different directions.Still i think Sykes's fans should buy it because it's a good record , certainly not a classic.|
|From:||Date: January 28, 2005 at 11:04|
|i like this record , the song 'Arc Angel' is pure guitar insanity . The rest of the record is also very good , though i wouldn mind seeing Sykes playing again in a great band , i can only imagine Sykes ,Neal Schon,Rod Morgenstein,Lou Gramm.....|
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