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Label: E.B. Records
Catalog Number: EB502952CD
|3.||Take A Look At Me||4:17|
|4.||On The Run||3:02|
|6.||Stay With Me||3:04|
|10.||Da Do Ya||2:32|
|Total Running Time:||41:00|
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|From: Torpedo Girl||Date: January 30, 2005 at 20:07|
|This disk has great guitar licks! Nick Summers really puts his all into every song. If you like a singer with a voice similar to Great White's Jack Russell, then you'll enjoy this cd.|
|From: Geoff||Date: March 4, 2005 at 18:24|
|F*CK! Who owns this disc, and more importantly, who wants to give me a copy??? Maybe an over-reaction, but what do these guys sound like? Back to judging a book by it's cover, I want this desperately... sort of.|
|From: torpedogirl||Date: March 18, 2005 at 22:03|
|I do own a copy and I think I know where you can buy one! Try e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org and see if she can get you one. That's where I got mine. Believe me, you will love it. :0)|
|From: tomcat||Date: March 21, 2005 at 1:16|
|''midnite stroll' --) rock n roll|
|From: deckardt||Date: July 26, 2005 at 16:09|
|If you want to listen to something that tells a story with powerful guitar riffs this is the cd for you.The more you listen the more addicted you get and check out track 11. Outlaw kid should have been in the mainstream. Enjoy this cd... I do|
|From: HeavyMetalfan||Date: April 12, 2006 at 1:35|
|This band totaly rocks! KISS, Crue, Ratt, it's all there but unique. Great singer! good melodies and guitar work. Where can I get more from these guys. This disc is very good, heard there was another one somewhere. WHERE??|
|From: Dr. Feelgood||Date: March 4, 2008 at 8:55|
|Very poor album, in my opinion. Apart from "Tuff", "Midnight Stroll" and "Outlaw Kid", which are decent (not great), the rest of the songs are poor, with nothing that will make you want to listen to it again.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: December 11, 2010 at 20:01|
|I have found this album to be quite interesting..great???..well,for me it kinda was...a matter of tastes ...good guitar riffs being the highlight of the album itself apart from having a very skilled lead vocalist ...the best shots 4 me were "Cheap Thrills","Alone" ,"Take A Look At Me" & "On The Run" both songs rock,"Dotted Line" a very good track,"Stay With Me" a nice mid tempo,"Fully Loaded" hell yeah!!!...in general lines,a steady album that will put a smile in your face...not the best Glam album ever but one of the most interesting indie releases of the genre..who knows???.88/100|
|From: MrMetal||Date: August 9, 2011 at 15:04|
|Too many times I've seen great reviews for average bands. I understand the respect for the artists, but they should appreciate criticism as well if they were open minded. Bottom line is that DIZZY LANE were right at the Mason Dixon line (like so many other Indies). While there are a couple of above average songs here, none really shine. The best track is "On The Run" as it's up tempo & wicked. What ever happened to Glam bands being wicked. It's hard enough for them to be taken seriously (with no exception here as there's another goofball track included: "Da Do Ya"). And yet another singer who sounds like Chip Z'nuff. I can't count how many sound like Chip anymore, and it does get old. Ok riffs and they are a talented band, they just didn't put together strong songs. A semi-professional cover that's partially blurry also doesn't help. Factor in average music, another Chip Z'nuff clone, and an average package and in my book you get an average release. let's call a spade a spade|
|From: MrMetal||Date: August 9, 2011 at 15:58|
|If anyone's interested in some legitimate additional info. on the band...They formed in 1988 near Oshkosh, WI. Scott Williams was their main vocalist not Nick Summers as mentioned above. They released one other album prior to this called "It Ain't Easy" which sold over 3,000 copies. "Cheap Thrills" followed & sold over 10,000. They played shows from South Dakota to Ohio & opened for bands like Twisted Sister, Quiet Riot, Jackyl, Ted Nugent, Tuff, Styx, Ratt, Humble Pie & Accept. They also headlined a Festival in Milwaukee. Due to member legality issues, they had to relinquish a contract with Mercury/Polygram in 1996. They're currently inactive. If a blander heavier version of Enuff Z'nuff is your thing, than you can't go wrong here. I can image there first release is even rarer than this one.|
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