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Category: Hard Rock / Sleaze
Label: Frontiers Records
Catalog Number: FR CD 1167
|2.||Bad Luck Charm||Listen|
|3.||Living Right Now||Listen|
|5.||If It's Over Now||Listen|
|6.||Better Than You||Listen|
|7.||Knock Me Down||Listen|
|9.||Let You Down||Listen|
|10.||That Ain't Why||Listen|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: April 8, 2022 at 14:11|
|It's a little surprising there are no comments yet on this album by a very popular HH band, even several months after release. So here's the third album from Phil and Tracii's latest configuration of the band, and it follows very much in the same style as The Missing Peace and The Devil You Know. However, I find it the lesser of the three albums. Part of that is due to the songs: the ballads mostly seem to drone on without a real hook, while good fast songs like "Cannonball," "Living Right Now" and "Dog" sound pretty similar. Also, Phil Lewis is sounding pretty rough these days, particularly in his lower register. You can really hear that on "Bad Luck Charm," although he can also get a little bit yelpy in his higher voice as well. Tracii, of course, rips it up, and his riffs can save a song like "Better Than Y." I think I'd have to give this one a 7—solid but not outstanding.|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: April 8, 2022 at 14:13|
|"Knock Me Down" is the best of the mellower songs, although it has a weird, abrupt ending.|
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