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Label: Riff City Records
|3.||Shot in the Dark|
|4.||Let Love Be the Leader Live|
|5.||Don't Stop Live|
|6.||Does It Feel Like Love Live|
|7.||Tough It Out Live|
|8.||Hot Legs Live|
|9.||Only Foolin' Extended Mix|
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|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: December 16, 2012 at 16:04|
|Another shot by FM..."Only Foolin'","Shot In The Dark" & the live version of Rod Stewart's hit "Hot Legs" are my faves...about the rest of the songs,nothing much 2 say as we all know their classic tracks in studio and also live...Steve Overland's voice is still pretty in shape...85/100|
|From: MysticHealer||Date: December 30, 2012 at 16:33|
|Great to hear another version of 'Shot in the dark' (made famous by Ozzy of course) given a slot on this release. The original 'Wildlife' demo version feels strangely superior to this version though even though they are very much the same, Chris Overland missing maybe? The rest of the new songs are your modern day FM sounding stuff with Overlands vocals being the main ingredient as always. Fans of FM old and new will need this.|
|From: Leykis101||Date: January 21, 2013 at 16:59|
|Rainbows End sounds like a song you'd hear in an 80s beer commercial, LOL, really it does, outside of that what do you keep saying about a band that keeps putting out consistent music? nothing I havent already said, good album, if you like FM then your not going to be let down by this.|
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