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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Epic Records
Catalog Number: 48799
|1.||The Noose, the Flesh, and the Devil|
|5.||Lonely, Lonely, Lonely|
|8.||You Ain't Gonna Love Me|
|10.||Truly, Madly, Deeply|
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|From: Cruise||Date: March 7, 2004 at 23:25|
|Pretty similar to the album they released as The Front. Kinda like a hard rock version of The Doors if you can imagine such a thing.|
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|From: Blue Charvel||Date: March 8, 2004 at 16:49|
|Bought this for "Soul Connection" after hearing it on WSOU back in the day. There's some good stuff on here, well written lyrically and musically, but a bit too deep for my tastes. I still pop it in the player now and again, but usually I just put "Soul Connection" on compilations I make....|
|From: Sven Pelz||Date: May 6, 2005 at 11:30|
|I like this album, for me it`s better than his The Front CD. The music is brilliant.|
|From: 7Sinner||Date: July 30, 2006 at 14:26|
|I don't normally listen to releases this laid back. As a matter of fact I can probably count on one hand the number of soft rock cds I own. This is one that I'm happy to have. Extremely well done and recommended for when you need a break from the heavier stuff....|
|From: cruedog85||Date: October 15, 2006 at 18:08|
|honestly, one of the worst cds i ever bought and actually threw it out|
|From: dokkendude||Date: January 1, 2007 at 16:54|
|excellent cd I like it much better then The Front seen these guys open up for Great White in Chicago @ the Gateway they kicked it, made me go buy the cd the next day|
|From: hair metal again||Date: July 24, 2012 at 1:14|
|interesting release by BAKERS PINK!the opening track instantly makes you realize that this band is quite different and has an artistic approach!the musicianship is ok ,production by Mark Dodson professional and you can find some more fine songs like "euphoria","you aint gonna love me" and "soulconnection"!!if you find it cheap is ok!|
|From: gfranciscop||Date: July 12, 2021 at 18:44|
|From the trashy cover I thought this would be a Glam Metal-ish kind of album, but I was wrong: it's more like a Post-Grunge/Alternative Pop Rock album. Some tunes are closer to radio friendly Pop than harder Rock though. As most music from that era, it's kinda boring to me. You Ain't Gonna Love Me sounds a bit out of place songwriting-wise, particularly because it sounds like an AC song but with a harder arrangement. Julianna is a darker sounding Pop Rock track that works pretty well. Rating: 7/10. Favorite Track: Julianna.|
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