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Another Hostile Takeover
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Label: Victor (Japan)
Catalog Number: VICP-62995
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Michael Monroe lead vocals, harmonica, saxophone|
Andy McCoy lead and rhythm guitars, backing vocals
Conny Bloom lead and rhythm guitars, backing vocals
Andy Christell bass, backing vocals
Lacu drums, percussion
|1. ||Intro |
|2. ||Back in Yer Face |
|3. ||Insert I |
|4. ||Hurt |
|5. ||The Devil in You |
|6. ||Love |
|7. ||Talk to the Hand |
|8. ||Eternal Optimist |
|9. ||Insert II |
|10. ||No Compromise, No Regrets |
|11. ||Reggae Rocker |
|12. ||You Can Make the Earth Move |
|13. ||Insert III |
|14. ||Better High |
|15. ||Dear Miss Lonely Hearts || ||Cover: Phil Lynott|
|16. ||Insert IV |
|17. ||Center of My Universe |
|18. ||Heaven Is Gonna Be Empty bonus track |
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Aero Force Mike
||Date: June 25, 2005 at 12:45|
|A fine album, but still firmly rooted in the latter-day Michael Monroe album-style formula. If you like anything Monroe has thrown out in the last few years, or indeed liked Twelve Shots, you'll enjoy this. Granted, Andy has a lot more writing on this, which helps widen the sound a bit, but still a little too linear and lacking the loose dirty swagger of the early days. 7.5/10
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