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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Perris Records
Catalog Number: PER 01492
|3.||Cry In The Night||Listen|
|4.||Something Wicked This Way Comes||Listen|
|5.||Hold On To Yesterday||Listen|
|6.||Don't Go Away||Listen|
|9.||Something Wicked Live||Listen|
|10.||Don't Go Away Live||Listen|
|11.||Cry In The Night Live||Listen|
|12.||Helluva Time Live||Listen|
|14.||N.I.B.||Listen||Cover: Black Sabbath|
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|From: draco||Date: September 29, 2004 at 5:16|
|Killer CD - absolutely !!!!!|
|From: M. Allen||Date: October 8, 2004 at 11:26|
|There's no need for fans of that big late 80s-style melodic hard rock sound to be gunshy about this album, as it's some high-quality stuff within that particular musical genre. After listening to the loud guitars, thick hooks, and great choruses, you'll wonder why this band isn't as well known as groups like Helix, Hurricane, or Joker, because they're every bit as good. Don't be left out in the dark on this one...pick up your copy ASAP and get ready for some excellent hard rock.|
|From: Geoff||Date: May 16, 2005 at 21:41|
|Finally got this one, and delighted to have done so. Killer mid-tempo melodic gem? Check- 'Cry in the night'. Awesome hard rocker? Check- 'Something wicked'. Killer commercial hook-driven anthem-type gem? Check- 'Hold on to yesterday'. Big 80's ballad? Half marks for the very nice but not brilliant 'Don't go away'. Elsewhere, the first 2 are great hard rock tracks, the last 2 are fillers and the bonus stuff is pretty cool. I like this disc.|
|From: the game||Date: June 30, 2005 at 8:59|
|Excellent Hard Rock CD. Gun Shy delivers 80's melodic Hard Rock with killer songs , guitars and vocals. This band should have made it big. Just listen to the songs Hellluva Time, Cry In The Dark, Something Wicked, Hold On To Yesterday, Hard Life and also the killer version of Black Sabbath's N.I.B. Also the bonus tracks make this a worth while purchase. Rated 9/10.|
|From: stryper||Date: July 20, 2005 at 10:42|
|hold on to yesterday.should have been a hit on mtv.just like warrant poison roxxi blue lillian axe.great hair metal.|
|From: metalguf||Date: March 20, 2006 at 5:32|
|I don't know why everybody on this page are talking about "hold on to yesterday" The only song there is worth a listening is "Don't go away"|
|From: manicmurderdoll||Date: April 21, 2006 at 20:39|
|I just need to know where to get this cd, anyone???? Whether you like it or not matters not, I want it. Can anyone clue me in please?|
|From: WASP1||Date: June 20, 2006 at 14:24|
|I thought it was just okay, nothing special I am afraid.|
|From: z4roxx||Date: November 26, 2006 at 11:11|
|If you like Heavens Edge youíll appreciate also this band.Nothing spectacular ok but good hair metal/sleaze from the States,singer/choruses are decent,musicians are ok.Sincerely I really don t understand these kind of re-issues:they put several live/cover bonus,if you don t have inhedit demo material or songs by the band,please donít put nothing,it will be better!!Dear Perris,why,did you cut the rainís passage between 3th and 4th track????Ahahahaha horrible work!|
|From: BIG-TIME||Date: May 31, 2007 at 13:15|
|Dont like this at all music is flat the singer is to dark and depressing for me no big hooks at all and the choruses are lame. I agree with the Heavans Edge sound...defo the second album but a lot darker dont know why there is so much praise about this, basic and boring rock...KEEP ROCKIN ALL!!!|
|From: 7Sinner||Date: June 2, 2007 at 18:13|
|I've got to say that while this release isn't terrible , it doesn't have any songs that stick with me after repeated listens....|
|From: hair metal again||Date: November 29, 2009 at 2:44|
|excellent hair metal release ,under the guidance of michael kelly smith in production.strong guitars,many good songs,big choruses.listen to the fantastic "cry in the night",to the big hit "hold on to yesterday" and to the hardrocker "helluva time".these guys surely worth your attention and its a fine addition to your collection|
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