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|2.||Lose Your Mind|
|3.||Fix Me Up|
|5.||Stand Your Ground|
|6.||Coming Home Again|
|7.||More Than The Bottle|
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|From: Aero Force Mike||Date: January 23, 2005 at 16:16|
|Not as good as the follow-up IMO, this one seems too akin to the big garage-rock bands of today at times, whilst the second album reflected a more oldschool sound - Hanoi/New York Dolls/Dogs D'amour, that worked far better to their credit. Still a good listen though, love the name-chekcing lyrics to Lost Boy and the latter half of the CD is great. You can download this CD for free from their website, so check it out, but please note the follow-up is much stronger. 7/10|
|From: tomcat||Date: March 18, 2005 at 1:10|
|yeah i'm a lost boy and i wear my heart on my sleeve .... ---------------------------- before i fell in love with hanoi rocks and dogs d'amour i was a lost boy...|
|From: Aero Force Mike||Date: September 9, 2005 at 19:37|
|I've given this album numerous relistens over the past few months and I'm happy to say it's truly grown on me... to the point that I actually prefer it to their second release now Don't get me wrong, that one is still fantastic, but I just got hooked by the power-pop melodies of this EP. The only weak track IMO is Lose Your Mind, a song that probably affected my prior judgement. The rest of it is fantastic. 9/10|
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