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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Stars on the Rise Records
Catalog Number: SOTRCD1
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Billy Peiffer vocals, guitars|
Terry Murphy guitars
Johnny Williamson bass
Bob Boyd drums
|1. ||I Am ||3:21|
|2. ||Over You ||2:51|
|3. ||Don't Throw It All Away ||4:17|
|4. ||Anxiotic Schizophrenic ||3:22|
|5. ||We Belong ||3:59|
|6. ||Love Is Pain ||2:33|
|7. ||Out of My Mind ||3:32|
|8. ||Gone to Pieces ||4:13|
|9. ||October ||4:11|
|10. ||Where Are You Now ||3:06|
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|Total Running Time:|| 35:25|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: January 16, 2005 at 5:30|
|"Excuse me Geoff, but you're a very attractive man, and will you please make the first comment on the Lynn Allen CD over at HH?" Why thank you, and yes I must agree. Oh, and about the Lynn Allen thing, I quite like this CD. Like all their CDs, they do their own thing and this is a good solid album of Lynn Allen-style hard rock. Before I leave, I must say that if I were ever to weep openly to a song it would be 'October'. One of my top 5 ballads of all time and WELL worth the price alone.Stunning
||Date: June 9, 2007 at 13:14|
|Don't know why but this one sound very good thru my poor ears ruined by thousand brutal death/grind material ahahaha!It contains some modernism but I find it catchy,well produced and well played,too.Agree with Geoff here even if I don't understand very well his first phrase ahahahahaha!
||Date: June 9, 2007 at 13:16|
|"Love is pain"sounds like a Terra Nova's song,same vein of singing IMO....great cd!!!
||Date: June 9, 2007 at 13:28|
|Sorry but"October"is somethin'spectacular ballad,tears fallin'down here!!!!
||Date: February 6, 2009 at 19:12|
|Long life to Lynn Allen.
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