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|2.||OMG! (Wish I Had a Gun)||Listen|
|3.||Victory Is Sweet||Listen|
|4.||The Bigger the Better||Listen|
|6.||Tides Will Turn||Listen|
|7.||Wrong Can Feel So Right||Listen|
|8.||One Million Enemies||Listen|
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|From: metalmaniac777||Date: May 28, 2012 at 10:37|
|Fans seem to be wigging out that this is not as good as the band's early output and they're absolutely right--but it's still good. There are still plenty of hooks that pack a punchy wallop on songs like "OMG! (Wish I Had a Gun)," "Try My Body On," and "The Bigger the Better" (which I'm sure someone somewhere has already nicknamed "The Dick Song"). Sure, there are now some potholes on Wig Wam CDs where previously nothing but smooth sailing existed, but the band still knows how to write a catchy melodic rock song, even if they do so more sporadically these days.|
|From: the rocker||Date: June 1, 2012 at 21:10|
|I like it. People bitch when a band puts out samey cds, AND bitch if they do something different. In my opinion this is not that different from past cds, maybe the songs are not as good as others, but it's still good to me.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: June 2, 2012 at 22:11|
|For me this album keeps the same formula of WW's previous releases...i see the rating is kinda low and is not that average IMO(obvioulsy respecting people's rates)...if u have 2 describe the band it has 2 be in 2 words:"catchy" & "happy" Hard Rock/Glam...."Wall Street","The Bigger The Better"(sounds ala Def Leppard),"Bleeding Daylight","Try My Body On" & "Natural High" are my fave ones...enjoyable and recommended...88/100|
|From: 123charpenay||Date: December 2, 2014 at 11:58|
|received today directly from japan age sten nielsen s ammunition "shangaied".the best song is track 13 the japan bonus track "access denied".a real hit in the vein of the best songs of wig wam.|
|From: 123charpenay||Date: December 2, 2014 at 12:06|
|wall street is the more bad realise from this excellent group.it s the end ,they have absoluty no inspiration.there is two or three great songs but the rest......hum it s very very average,shameful for a brilliant band like this.finish no oil in the engine,no juice in the lemon.|
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