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|2.||Things (Ain't Always What They Seem|
|3.||What's It Worth|
|5.||Mony Mony||Cover: Tommy James & the Shondells|
|7.||Baby's Rockin' Tonight|
|9.||Sweet Rock 'N' Roll|
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|From: juan carlos||Date: October 3, 2007 at 11:50|
|Hard Rock de buen degustar al menos para la época en que salió con algo que ver con la NWoBHM. Su "Force Majeure" es mejor con seguridad. "Holdin' On" es de mis preferidas, los teclados le dan un buen sabor a los temas aunque nada que te deje perplejo. Regular. 7.8/10|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: December 29, 2010 at 18:59|
|Very good debut album...i remmeber this act back in the 80's...the real record label of this band was Music For Nations.. NWOBHM influenced and with the add of keys that softened their sound Baby Tuckoo provided good solid songs backed up with a more than decent vocalist(Rob Armitage)...my fave tracks are the AORsih one "Things(Ain't Always What They Seem)","Holdin' On" & "A.W.O.L." then another goodies are "What's It Worth","Baby's Rockin' Tonight"(ala Deep Purple/Uriah Heep)& "Sweet Rock & Roll" that ends the album the way it has to be...rocking!!! ...this debut along with their second release are more or less in the same line and both are quite worth...86/100|
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