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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Record Heaven Music
Catalog Number: RHCD42
|1.||I Don't Want You|
|2.||Son Of A Witch|
|4.||Between Heaven And Hell|
|5.||Take My Hand|
|6.||Run Like A River|
|7.||Turn & Burn|
|8.||In New York City|
|9.||One More Shot|
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|From: Geoff||Date: August 26, 2004 at 6:37|
|I hate to be the only comment leaver here and have a negative thing to say, because there are people who like this and apparently it's quite highly regarded within the genre, but I found it to be boring hard rock and was I actually skipping tracks the first time I heard it. I heard a bit again and it was not as bad, but I don't really dig it at all...|
|From: Bobby||Date: May 6, 2005 at 12:23|
|I have this cd. Great ROCK CD! By great players. In the personal above. They have Paul Mortis, It's Paul Morris from Rainbow and not Gordon Gilbert but Gordon G.G.Gebert from Angel. I also have tons of cds with Michael Sciotto on them all killer. As I have a few Vick Lecar cds I find this is definitely the best.|
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