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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Perris Records
Catalog Number: PER 0114-2
|2.||Walls Come Down|
|4.||Deeper Shade Of Grey|
|8.||Love Can Make You Blind|
|9.||Bring Me Down|
|11.||Long Hair Country Cowboy|
|13.||Saturday Night Special|
|14.||Takes Your Breath Away|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: December 27, 2010 at 13:46|
|Very stripped-down, but still good-sounding, live album. They didn't really try to splice everything together to make it sound like a complete show, as there are fade-outs/fade-ins in several places. The track selection is a little strange to me. The three must-play "hits" from the debut are here, nothing from Wake Up Screaming, and some of the best tracks from the post-2000 albums aren't included ("Push," "Kerosene," "Done To Me," "Hello Darkness"), but some less compelling material from those records does show up ("Sympathy," "Solid Ground). We get a couple covers and a couple "new' songs instead. My favorite track would have to be the long guitar jam on "Long Haired Country Boy."|
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