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Label: Cleopatra / Deadline
Catalog Number: CLP 0791-2
|1.||Here I Am (Rock You Like A Hurricane) - Kelly Hansen|
|2.||Still Lovin' You - Steve Whiteman|
|3.||Falling In Love - Marq Torien|
|4.||Big City Nights - Kevin Dubrow|
|5.||Blackout - Stevie Rachelle|
|6.||No One Like You - Jizzy Pearl|
|7.||The Zoo - Joe Leste|
|8.||Steamrock Fever - Phil Lewis|
|9.||In Trance - Kory Clarke|
|10.||He's A Woman, She's A Man - John Corabi|
|11.||Holiday - Paul Shortino|
|12.||Lovedrive - Taime Downe|
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|From: JapLance||Date: January 17, 2006 at 3:08|
|I have this under a different name: "Songs of change", published by Cleopatra Records/Anagram records. Must be the European version, no changes in songs or cover, except for the name.|
|From: headbanger4life||Date: October 24, 2007 at 5:29|
|Ok, another tribute album that pays homage to one of Germany's best. This one was a mixed bag for me. I love Kelly Hanson, but I felt he held back on his performance. He could have cranked it up a notch or two more. Steve Whitman's vocals were by far the best performance. I also liked the versions with Jizzy Pearl, Stevie Rachelle and Paul Shortino. I didn't care for the versions with Phil Lewis, Kory Clarke and Taime Downe. The rest were alright.|
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