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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Perris Records
Catalog Number: PERR5722
|1.||Coming Back With Bigger Guns||Listen|
|2.||Whiskey Bent & Hell Bound||Listen|
|3.||If Tears Could Talk||Listen|
|4.||Your Turn to Cry||Listen|
|5.||Tie Me Down||Listen|
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|From: angel50||Date: June 16, 2019 at 3:43|
|this is a very very god cd one of helix better cds they put out|
|From: MetalllianStallion||Date: August 22, 2019 at 1:03|
|After the surprise and one of Helix's best releases 5 years ago 'Bastard of the Blues' (2014), it's back to the same old crap. Brian Vollmer I assume controls the reigns of all things Helix as the band has some of the cheesiest album covers in their back catalog. The album cover for ROCK IT SCIENCE (2016) ( GET IT? ) looks like a Mexican space shuttle (Porta potty) blasting off (fecal mp3 fall out). It's a weak newer best of mix, as is the recent mystery master mix Icon (2018). This album is side B outtakes that didn't make the cut on old 80's albums (for a good reason). Vollmer pull your leather pants bootstraps back up and put some time and effort into a proper follow up to "Bastard of the blues", or sail off into the Great white north sunset and call it day.|
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