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|4.||Bucket Of Rocks|
|6.||Heaven In '74|
|9.||The Siren's Eye|
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|From: Yoda||Date: December 10, 2003 at 15:34|
|Any good, this?|
|From: Kristian||Date: December 10, 2003 at 18:17|
|Nah, this one pretty much sucks. sounds kinda alternative to me. It's like one of those albums Warrant, Wildside and Sven Gali put out as an attempt to fit the scene in the mid 90's.|
|From: Geoff||Date: September 19, 2005 at 7:55|
|This shouldn't have been called 'Getting heavier', because it's not any heavier, it's just 100% what you'd expect from Racer X. Could have been called 'getting crapper' if you're being harsh because this is actually their weakest effort, I must revise. 'Empty man' and 'Endless' are great and really contain some wonderful guitarwork. The rest contains some decent choruses but you can really see Gilbert's "quirkiness" shining through on a few tracks, and not sure how that suits the band Racer X.|
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