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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Perris Records
Catalog Number: PER 01212
|1.||Nothing Can Keep Me Away||4:08|
|4.||Can't Get Over You||5:03|
|5.||Someone to Love||4:14|
|7.||Long Way From Home||4:22|
|9.||Lost in the Wind||3:50|
|Total Running Time:||34:29|
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|From: Geoff||Date: June 16, 2005 at 21:45|
|Good, solid 80's-style hair metal. I guess the obvious comparisons would be stuff like early Warrant (though this is nowhere near as good) and also the Skyhigh album. I like this, and most the songs are pretty cool, but it's just lacking those few killers that most 80's / early 90's albums of this style had to make the album a great one. Good and very solid, but not excellent.|
|From: Fat Freddy||Date: September 6, 2007 at 9:26|
|These guys sound like they dropped out of a time capsule straight from 1989. Nice to hear that there's still a few U.S. bands out there playing this style. A solid album in the Warrant vein, my only complaint is that these guys play the absolute WIMPIEST version of AC/DC's "T.N.T." that I've ever heard.|
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