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|2.||Too Much, Too Soon|
|3.||Say Your Goodbyes|
|7.||Back From Desire|
|8.||Kiss Me Where It Hurts|
|9.||D Dance (Frankensong)|
|10.||Wishing On A Star|
|11.||Feels So Good (Can't Go On)|
|12.||F Tune (Choose Your Words Sweet)|
|13.||Can't Say It's Over|
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|From: koogles||Date: April 13, 2004 at 10:48|
|Canada does it again... this indie rocks me in all the right places. Their glam side shines bright on "Dollar Marie" but it's "Back From Desire" that rocked my socks inside out. Blockbuster chorus, huge backing vocals, big full production- total Babylon AD (debut) or Heavens Edge style. DEFINITELY one of the best Canadian indies you will ever hear!!!|
|From: PauloFernandes||Date: June 17, 2004 at 8:46|
|I totally agree, this sure is a very good one - great production for an indie! Very consistent album from start to finish - love the 3rd track|
|From: tomcat||Date: October 29, 2004 at 6:12|
|as most of the times, i agree with my portugese friend paulo...|
|From: the game||Date: April 13, 2005 at 10:08|
|A very good and enjoyable party hard rock/Glam from Canadian band Lost Johnny.Big production for an indie with very good vocals and great guitars. You can tell these guys had fun making this cd. I especially liked Blackrock, Back For Desire,Too Much to Soon, Feels So Good (Can't Go On), Say Your Goodbyes and Dollar Marie . There are a couple of fillers but worth the price to get this rare cd. Rated 8/10|
|From: MButt||Date: June 21, 2005 at 23:51|
|Finally found me and original of this one, and well worth the cash I dropped on it! Excellent hair/glam metal from canada, great stuff!!|
|From: kipvanpearcy||Date: January 19, 2008 at 12:51|
|This is not bad at all, the production is pretty good for an indie. Good party rock.|
|From: jstoyz||Date: October 16, 2008 at 18:28|
|Very good glam rock IMO, really solid and consistent production. Had to search around for awhile to find it at a good price, but well worth the effort!!|
|From: Delbert||Date: January 7, 2010 at 14:04|
|An awesome hair metal indie with unrestricted choruses.....wait until you check out the combustible track, "Back From Desire"! The chorus of that song is HUGE and recalls XYZ, DIRTYWORKS, DOKKEN's "Back for the Attack", SAINTS & SINNERS, TRIXTER, LANCIA and other high-energy, well produced commercial hard rock acts.The production of this baby.... it's like they kidnapped Richie Zito or Michael Wagener, tied 'em to a chair in front of a 48-track console and told him to produce their album... or else!! EASILY one of the best sounding glam/hair indies I have ever heard. On every level, this one leaves a positive impression - from the go-for-broke production to the generous 13 song track list to the unforgettable choruses, to the "underdog" factor. After all, these guys were making a pretty unpopular living in 1995 churning out glam/hair metal??......... Worth every penny and ounce of sweat to obtain...whew!!!|
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