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|2.||Shade of November|
|3.||One Last Surrender|
|4.||Crime of Passion|
|5.||Let the Demon Rock 'N' Roll|
|6.||A Deep Emotion|
|7.||Feel Like Burning|
|8.||Mouth of Madness|
|9.||In My Eyes|
|10.||Edge of Forever|
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|From: Jez||Date: June 20, 2005 at 3:38|
|I liked the debut 'Feeding The Fire' quite alot, so was looking forward to hearing this. Boy is this better than the debut with less of the Neo-classical feel and more of a Pompy edge to the sound- think Axe meets Harlan Cage and you won't go far wrong. The songs are also a whole lot stronger than the debut and all this is rounded off with a top production job fronm Axe man Bobby Barth. Highly Recommended.|
|From: AOR freaky||Date: July 21, 2005 at 4:04|
|I fully agree with Jez ! This is excellent hard rock, the kind we don't hear that much these days ! Well, these guys deliver it with CLASS ! SUPERB hardrock record and as good as the debut ! Once again : VERY RECOMMENDED !|
|From: Geoff||Date: March 9, 2006 at 20:04|
|Hmmm, I can't share the enthusiasm expressed by the gentleman and the thing () above. Sorry Freaky, shouldn't heckle you in your absence... but yeah, I wasn't into this one at all. I didn't really see the change from the debut, seemed to be pretty much on the same track and again I thought it was average hard rock without a single stand-out song, IMO. Very disappointed with these 2 albums as I expected quite a lot.|
|From: 7Sinner||Date: August 11, 2006 at 14:39|
|Sorry you can't get into these 2 releases Geoff as I believe they are two of the best hard rock releases I've ever heard. While my little music collection (3000+) doesn't compare to some here, it contains a hell of a lot of hard rock so I believe I have a basis for my opinion....8-)|
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