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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Castle Communications
Catalog Number: ESSCD179
|1.||Pays To Be Pretty|
|3.||Lessons In Love|
|4.||Baby's So Fine|
|7.||Sweet Little Ruby|
|8.||Help Me On My Way|
|9.||I Shall Be Released|
|10.||I Wanna Dance|
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|From: Aero Force Mike||Date: April 3, 2005 at 20:50|
|Slightly more slick and produced than their rough and raw debut EP, this is still classic British boozey rock 'n' roll, a perfect band for anyone into the Dogs D'amour or Quireboys styles. One of the best British bands of the era 8/10|
|From: Aero Force Mike||Date: April 15, 2005 at 11:32|
|When I did my prior review, I hadn't heard it in ages and just dug it out for a quick spin for reflective purposes. I've been listening to it repatedly for the last 12 days since then. Incredible. Yes, it's a bit less raw than the debut, but that's no bad thing. Ripley's vocals are fantastic (he came along way in 2 years - halfway between Ron Young and Spike on this one) and EVERY song is killer, my pick being Baby's So Fine. An outstanding release, shame they never did anything else. 9.5/10|
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