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Label: Solid Gold/Long Island Records (Germany)
Catalog Number: LIRC 00065
|4.||Look What's Showing Through||4:37|
|5.||Bang Your Head||3:41|
|7.||Assault And Flattery||3:37|
|8.||Cats And Dogs (Stealin’) Duet With Darby Mills||3:27|
|9.||No More Clichés||4:23|
|10.||Where Are We Now? Bonus Track||4:56|
|Total Running Time:||42:05|
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|From: Jez||Date: October 15, 2004 at 6:38|
|Not really an official Toronto release , as only Holly and Scott Kreyer remain from the original line up. They would have done better by just dropping the Toronto name and treating this as a Holly solo album. Still this is a good release, feat. a great cover of Spider's New Romance (though not quite as good as the original)and the Eddie Schwartz penned 'Look what's showing through'. To summise, a good solid release - typical of the time although not as good as the previous Toronto albums.|
|From: Real rock fan||Date: December 9, 2008 at 14:02|
|Agree with Jez that it`s not quite as good as the Toronto albums but still a pretty good album.|
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