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Artist: Rabbit Hill

Title: Carrots And Sticks

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1995

Label: Rockwerk Records

Catalog Number: 0674

Personnel

Dieter Bartsch Vocals, Accoustic Guitars
Peter Woratz Electric & Accoustic Guitars
Eberhard Ried Bass, Keyboards
Martin Woratz Drums, Vocals

Tracks

1.  Lonesome Dancer  
2.  Coming Home  
3.  Cage Of Gold  
4.  Why  
5.  Stop The World  
6.  The Witch  
7.  Sleepless Night  
8.  The Camel  
9.  Shuttle Of Love  
10.  Mr. Roper  
11.  Bright Light  
12.  Gone  

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From: stryper Date: June 16, 2005 at 3:43
not sure what to think of this one.a blues edge on some songs.i've only listend to it once.didn't really hit me.i'll have to give it another spin.

From: juan carlos Date: April 9, 2009 at 23:18
Bluesy? mmm yep could be in certain songs("Stop The World"), all in all, Ok HardRock, "Cage Of Gold" is my favorite song by far. "Lonesome Dancer" "Coming Home" "Mr. Roper" and the ballad "Sleepless Night" are good ones, the rest is pretty average or forgettable. 7.5/10

From: Delbert Date: February 20, 2010 at 21:47
RABBIT HILL play melodic rock in the German tradition. The first couple of tracks are good examples of how this sounds. "Lonesome dancer" and "Coming home" are two nice melodic rockers in the BONFIRE/AFFAIR style. Track number three "Cage of gold" has some fantastic AOR keys at the beginning. The song has a very nice melodic rocksound with a great 80s guitar solo. The following two tracks are a bit poppy and have nothing to do with the good melodic rock of the first three tracks. Happily, track number six "The witch" is a good semi-melodic rockballad with really a great chorus. The last couple of songs on the CD are nice melodic rockers.


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