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As It Was How It Is Vol. I
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Category: Hard Rock
Label: King Outlaw
Catalog Number: KOCD16
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Tyla vocals, guitar, harp|
Acoustic re-recordings of Dogs D'Amour songs.
|1. ||You Can't Burn The Devil |
|2. ||Cardboard Town |
|3. ||Chiva |
|4. ||How Come It Never Rains |
|5. ||Satellite Kid |
|6. ||Pourin' Out My Heart |
|7. ||How Do You Fall In Love Again |
|8. ||Heroine |
|9. ||Evil |
|10. ||Scared Of Dying |
|11. ||When Nobody Loves You |
|12. ||I Don't Want You To Go |
|13. ||Pretty, Pretty Once |
|14. ||State I'm In |
|15. ||Roll Over |
|16. ||Johnny Silvers |
|17. ||Cath |
|18. ||Everdoright |
|19. ||Someone, Somewhere |
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Aero Force Mike
||Date: June 25, 2005 at 12:13|
|Pretty good, it's interesting to hear so many of these old songs re-created, but I find it draining and dry in long doses, since the tone never changes. Every song becomes a melancholy acoustic ballad with little-to-no other instruments and whilst Tyla had a knack for doing acoustic versions back in the day as b-sides, a whole album worth of them is a little too much. It's quality stuff, but can't compare with the energy and raunch found in many of the original versions. 7/10
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