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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Bleeding Hearts
Catalog Number: CDbleed18
|3.||Lost in a Crowd of One|
|6.||Cost of Loving|
|12.||Darlings of the Night|
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|From: Cotton C. Lover||Date: April 9, 2004 at 18:52|
|Incredible side project by the lead singers of the London Quireboys and Dogs D'amour. Spike handles most of the vocals. Imagine the two bands merged into one and you'll get an idea as to the sound of this cd.|
|From: P.C.||Date: August 17, 2004 at 19:37|
|Two desperados on one record . Catchy rock melodies who sounds good in arenas as same as in your local pubs . Nice ballads .|
|From: Sleazydog||Date: August 24, 2004 at 15:18|
|To be perfect only missing one off their pals, the vocals from a band called RED DOGS.|
|From: Aero Force Mike||Date: March 14, 2005 at 11:40|
|Largely awesome... for anyone who enjoys the style of Tyla's ballad-work, you'll like this, especially since Tyla and Spikes vocals excellently complement each other. My only complaint is, I believe, tracks 6 and 7 (though it may be 7 and 8, I'm working from memory... definately 7 though), which are pretty grating and excessively unmelodic... but the rest of the album is really cool. Good luck finding a copy though! 7/10|
|From: Cotton C. Lover||Date: March 17, 2005 at 0:53|
|Mike, I found my copy on ebay. Must've been a slow week for them as I got it for about $22, if I remember right. Didn't break the bank at all. Ever since then, it has seemed to pull $80 plus. Can't say it's worth that, but definitely worth $30 if you're a Dogs/Quireboys fan.|
|From: Aero Force Mike||Date: April 14, 2005 at 19:47|
|Just finally got round to paying attention to which tracks I didn't like... it's 7 and 8, Know and King - just for the sake of being accurate in my prior review. The rest of it's awesome though.|
|From: Cotton C. Lover||Date: April 16, 2005 at 3:38|
|I thought King was alright. A bit poppier than the rest of the album, if I remember right. Haven't listened to in a bit. Will have to give it another spin.|
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