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Artist: Kingdom Come

Title: Too

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2000

Label: Spitfire Records (EU)

Catalog Number: SPITCD 124

Personnel

Oliver Kiessner rhythm and lead guitar
Mirko Michalzik solo guitar
Marc Cross drums
Bjorn Tiemann keyboards
Mark Smith bass
Lenny Wolf vocals, rhythm guitar

Tracks 12-20 are a bonus acoustic album.

Tracks

1.  It Ain't So Bad  4:32
2.  Free Your Mind  3:42
3.  Waiting  5:12
4.  Too Late  6:11
5.  You're My Secret  3:15
6.  Hey Man  4:38
7.  Tease  3:22
8.  Mighty Old Man  3:24
9.  Tell Me What I've Done  3:43
10.  Should Have Told You  4:48
11.  Joe English  4:46
12.  And I Love Her acoustic  2:29
13.  You'll Never Now acoustic  2:46
14.  Rather Be on My Own acoustic  3:06
15.  Janine acoustic  4:00
16.  You're Not the Only acoustic  3:41
17.  I've Been Trying acoustic  4:51
18.  Friends acoustic  3:32
19.  Can't Let Go acoustic  2:39
20.  What Love Can Be acoustic  5:14
  
Total Running Time:  79:51

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Existing comments about this CD

From: rick kerch vzla Date: May 4, 2007 at 18:30
First review and it has to be good!!!.Acoustic album by the little "brother" of Mr Robert Plant (i mean:Mr Lenny Wolf).Emotive songs such as "Too Late" and "You're my Secret" makes this cd a very relaxed but not boring one.If you like driving on deserted highways then this one's for you!.7/10

From: hair metal again Date: July 22, 2010 at 8:52
another nice one here by the mighty KINGDOM COME.as years pass by lenny still has the talent,the voice ,the emotions needed to do great songs .all the basic elements are shown in this release from exceptional ballads like "waiting" and "you re my secret" till rockers like "free your mind" "joe english".always a pleasure hearing from these guys

From: rick kerch vzla Date: April 1, 2011 at 14:11
Nice album....got another listening and still gets thumbs up ...best tracks are "Tell Me What I've Done" & "Should Have Told You"...a couple of attractive moodies too "Waiting" & "You're My Secret" plus a couple of goodies too "It Ain't So Bad" & "Free Your Mind"...the re-edition brings a lot of bonus tracks that might be even more appealing 2 have..mine's the first printed edition...recommended...90/100(a higher rate)

From: MetalPete1031 Date: August 27, 2014 at 12:37
There's a couple steps in the right direction, but for the most part, AGAIN, we fans of the first few KC albums are bound to be disappointed. Still, this one DOES manage to beat 'Perpetual' and 'Independent', which are horrible releases overall. Come on Lenny, give us one that only has ONE ballad, willya?


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