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Title: Just What The Doctor Ordered
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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Thunder Records
Catalog Number: None
Tory John Marks
|1. ||Backdoor To Heaven |
|2. ||Get Close To Me |
|3. ||Little Bit Of Faith |
|4. ||Made In Paradise |
|5. ||2 Young 2 B In Love |
|6. ||Someday |
|7. ||Back Into My Heart |
|8. ||Can't Shake The Heartache |
|9. ||The Day We Said Goodbye |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: March 21, 2004 at 22:07|
|No offence to anyone, but I couldn't stand this one. Sounded like they ripped Firehouse, Dokken, Ratt, Warrant, etc., then added stupid lyrics to the songs. Hope Andy enjoyed it more than I did.
||Date: March 22, 2004 at 0:36|
|Tim- besides the material, how does Stevie Blaze's production sound? I guess i wasn't aware that he was into producing. I just can't picture anything he touches turning out like shit. Just the affiliation with Lillian Axe has me curious. Also, I know I've heard this band's name before but i can't figure out where.
||Date: March 22, 2004 at 1:29|
|Production was fine from what I remember. Been a couple of years since I heard it, but think the production was good.
||Date: March 22, 2004 at 14:24|
|Now i know where I've heard of this band. Phil Anselmo was in a band named Razor White before he joined Pantera. I have no idea if this is the same band- I know that he said it was this kind of music and some of his early pictures have his hair both blonde and a mile high. Obviously he's not on this album but it'd still be kind of cool to hear it.
||Date: March 22, 2004 at 14:45|
|Maybe MButt can help you out. He owns a copy. I sold mine off long ago. He can look and see if Phil was involved too.
||Date: April 18, 2004 at 18:42|
|I have this CD and the Band was ok then, and most of them are not into the music business at all. Troy Sings for a band called No Idea, Steve is working for Nickelback. And the rest GOD only knows. The CD was about a 4 out of 10. Ripper
||Date: May 5, 2004 at 11:40|
|I actally won this cd off ebay not too long ago...after listening it, i must say i like this cd very much...especially...Back Into My Heart...my fav track i will have to say...
||Date: September 21, 2004 at 18:44|
|AAAHHHHHHHH!!!! I used to have this CD and traded it ages ago. If only I'd known it was worth usd$75 I probably wouldn't have been so quick to let it go. When I had this, these guys reminded me of Lillian Axe back then. I don't know if I'd feel the same today, but basically I recall this being pretty damn good hard rock, with a cool melodic metal edge. Good stuff, from what I recall.
||Date: December 13, 2006 at 0:00|
|I have this CD(just what the Doctor ordered)and the time it was released it was great!I worked with the Razor White as a guitar tech for about 2 yr's it was the best time in my life.Nothing but a 24hr party!I still own all their music along with fliers and pics.Great music!
||Date: July 17, 2007 at 20:20|
|A guilty pleasure, be sure of that! But, i do enjoy "A Little Bit of Faith" and "Back Door to Heaven" ... classic sh!t! i saw these guys at a music store in Metairie once ... really, really nice guys. i cherish my copy.
||Date: July 27, 2008 at 4:20|
|Goodness! Imagine finding this little band here! I have fond memories of seeing them in Orlando (actually, Winter Park), FL back in the early 90s (must have been 91 after the CD came out because I have it). I saw them a few times at the Hard Rock Station (does that still exist? I heard it turned into a gay club). Even had a night of passion (more like an hour- very disappointing) with one of the band members. Glad I saved the CD- nice to know it is worth a few bucks! My favorite song was Someday. I love the melodies, harmonizing guitars, and the vocals. Troy was very talented- and I am glad he's still singing (even though he should be in a MUCH bigger band for the voice he had! Gosh could he belt out a tune!). As for production- there was one song- I think Backdoor to Heaven- that sounds a little off at one point- like it slows down a bit. The rest of the CD is pretty smooth, however. Still have it, and it's loaded on my Ipod. Thanks for the blast from the past!
||Date: July 28, 2008 at 10:39|
|Great CD, a guilty pleasure but for the most part a solid first album. The sound is very much like EARLY Lillian Axe. I give it a listen every now and then for nostalgia's sake.
||Date: December 17, 2009 at 20:58|
|This is pretty weak and wimpy. The first song sounded like a pretty solid rocker, but it just kind of went downhill from there. The band seems talented and the singer is good, but this just reeks of that late 80's commercial sound that i never liked.
||Date: June 30, 2011 at 17:17|
|VERY GREAD MELODIC METAL!!!!STYLE LIKE KEEL MEETS DOKKEN!!
||Date: April 28, 2012 at 12:55|
|I can't believe I found this here. My dad knows Jimmy Hipp (real name Jimmy Davis) personally. Jimmy used to work for him at a hospital. This is the Razor White Phil Anselmo played in, the band was New Orleans based.
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