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Artist: Mata Hari

Title: Feel The Fire

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Category: Hard Rock/Metal

Year: 1992

Label: Metro Records

Catalog Number: 2 39201-2

Personnel

Marty Halgrimson Guitars, Vocals
Karl Kreutz Bass, Vocals
Jack Seaman Lead Vocals
Pat Hewitt Drums, Vocals
Darren Skanson Guitars, Vocals

Tracks

1.  Ready For Love  
2.  Attitude Check  
3.  Cruise Control  
4.  Lucky Man  
5.  When The Rain Burns  
6.  The Clip  
7.  Lonely Nights  
8.  I-29  
9.  Say No More  
10.  Heavy Heart  
11.  Feel The Fire  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Delbert Date: January 1, 2010 at 15:37
MATA HARI, by all accounts, is an American rock n' roll phenomenon. The band's signature rock sound can been described as 'Guitar oriented RATT meets ICON and WHITE LION with an edge!' While that's probably the closest anyone has come to labeling the band, MATA HARI is MATA HARI !! Actually, they are a mix of guitar oriented hard rock and biker rock with outstanding musicianship and screaming vocals, along with a party atmosphere!!! You just can't ask for any better and this is why this CD has been sought after by collectors for the past several years. One of my favorites.....slip it in the player and commence rocking.......

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: April 12, 2010 at 1:30
Good Hard Rock, agree with some comments of Delbert, 80/100.

From: sweet333 Date: September 17, 2012 at 1:31
very boring average hard rock, not recommended.

From: Alexxtcatz Date: May 29, 2014 at 5:48
totally disagree with low rating of this cd. good guitar work, strong vocal lines, catchy tunes and good prodution is making this cd very comfortable to listening

From: Leykis101 Date: August 17, 2015 at 6:43
Alright disc, cannot for the life of me no matter what approach I use, what angle I take, or what substance I indulge in pre-listening, cannot even remotely hear what it is Delbert is dropping massive loads over this disc for, and I have honestly and sincerely tried, sorry, just do not hear a single thing in this that could necessitate the absolutely cock popping response as stated by Delbert, just sounded to me like old run of the mill by the numbers early 90's commercial rock, with weak production, no slickness to hide the mediocre songs, one upside here though that did catch my ear, actually upon 1st listen, was the absolutely well thought out guitar structures of the guitarist, while not out and out flashy, he doesn't jerk off all over the place with his guitar, he lets go in the solos, just enough to show his prowess, but absolutely NO!! showing off, kind of wish he had shown off, but the production really fucks the guitars, just an OK disc, with less then stellar songs.


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