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Category: Modern Hard Rock
Label: Edel Music (Europe) Jlrg Entertainment (U.S)
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|From: crashdiet1313||Date: November 9, 2009 at 23:55|
|TOTAL crap. Completely unlistenable.|
|From: CC||Date: November 10, 2009 at 7:16|
|Well it certainly isnt Lita Ford and it certainly wont appeal to a lot of her fanbase, but its far from crap if you have a varied taste in music. I wouldnt say this is a stunning album by any means, but it certainly has some good moments on it. Personally I think she should have done something similar to what Stephen Pearcy did when he experimented with Vertex, and release this under a band name rather than as a solo project, as its gonna upset a lot of fans. I can fully understand why people wont like this, but its not something that should be written off as crap.|
|From: CC||Date: November 18, 2009 at 12:33|
|Actually I take back some of what I said. The more I listen to this, the more it starts to sound like an updated Lita rather than something entirely different. There are some ripping guitars on here, and some great melodies, but its certainly different. Also, every time I play it, I realise that more and more songs have hooked me. There are still a couple of songs I dont think are that good (Bed springs to mind), but overall its certainly not a stinker of an album.|
|From: jstoyz||Date: November 18, 2009 at 16:39|
|I guess once I completely cleansed my memory of any/all of Lita Ford's previous work, especially the delicious, hook-laden commercial success that was "Lita," and approached this album from a completely objective perspective, I've been able to find merit in a few songs. There is more melody present than I initially picked up on, but counterbalancing that is a cacophony of nearly unlistenable sounds that I will always skip over...My verdict: It basically goes without saying that most hard rockers will want to pick up her previous stuff before this one, but while this album almost leaves a shockingly bad first impression on an unsuspecting listener, it does contain the potential for improvement with repeated listens...Or so I keep telling myself.....Jeff|
|From: crashdiet1313||Date: December 15, 2009 at 21:16|
|I've kind of changed my mind about this... it was kind of a shock when it first came out because it's definetely not what we expected from Lita, but I looked at it the same way I look at Motley Crue's Generation Swine or Faster Pussycat's Power and the Glory Hole... it's not what we want to hear from her, but still good if you give it a chance.|
|From: Geoff||Date: February 10, 2010 at 22:29|
|HOLY SHIT! Dictionary, please give me more words for shithouse, crap, ass-tasting, f*cked, ridiculous, pathetic, dreadful, terrible, horrifying... I need more. Because no matter how many words I use to describe how bad this is, I'm still not sure I'll get my point across. This is literally one of the worst CDs I've ever heard in my life. The music is terrible, the lyrics are the worst ever written, the actual "melodies" and songs are just F*CKED! This CD is seriously so bad it defies description. Love Lita's early work, but I refuse to listen to this ever again.|
|From: ninjapeter||Date: November 19, 2010 at 2:07|
|I will be brutally honest here. This is a departure from what we know of Lita's music. There are too many misplaced sounds so it becomes a mess in the end. Though at times it may have some merit, if you are like me I don't understand the point in producing this because I will not want to listen to it again. So in escence she lost the trust of a fan and I will be very leary about anything that follows from her. I get that change is good but don't slap your fanbase across the face with something so different. I recommend only getting this album if you are experimental or want everything in her colection. Let's just hope she sees the light on the next effort.|
|From: Palash||Date: December 3, 2016 at 2:23|
|If you want worst album, then buy it.|
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