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|2.||Promise To Be Free|
|3.||Listen (Can You Feel It)|
|4.||Lookin' For Love|
|5.||Can't Keep From Cryin'|
|6.||Don't Give It Away|
|7.||Say You'll Stay|
|8.||Last Chance For Love|
|9.||Born To Love|
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|From: major d||Date: July 29, 2004 at 16:36|
|nice picture love the band|
|From: nathan||Date: August 24, 2004 at 20:45|
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|From: Jez||Date: August 24, 2004 at 21:28|
|If your a Mark Mangold or Touch fan this is essential, as there are a couple of tracks that made it onto the infamous Touch s/t album. Worth getting for those alone. The rest of the album has it's moments too, so overall a worthwhile disc to track down.|
|From: pompeius||Date: November 23, 2005 at 22:07|
|Hampered of course by comparison to their illustrious offspring Touch, but after initial disappointment I have aquired a taste for each of Tears 3 albums. It's a genre of music that never really caught on, kind of a boogieish prog. I think of Lone Star/On All Six, Baker-Gurvitz Elysian Encounter, or Lucifer's Friend Sneak Me In. Some bad songs, but some nice piano and synths too. My only major complaint is that the Frontiers remasters are recorded at way low levels. A cool period piece!|
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