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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Manifest Music
|1.||Make a Move|
|2.||Fire in the House|
|3.||Policy of Truth||Cover: Depeche Mode|
|7.||Rocks on the Rocks|
|9.||When She Cries|
|10.||Law of the Order|
|11.||On and On|
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|From: MetalllianStallion||Date: December 10, 2019 at 5:48|
|This band lived on the Sunset Strip in the 80s and where supposed to be the next big thing, but so was Odin & London. "Paris Calling" is a great track on their debut but the rest of Law & Order (1989) was ho-hum to me. The last one "Gathering Of The Faithful (2006)" didn't do much for me. It was a re-recording of previously written tracks that never made it on an album. So "Bloodline" was a pleasant surprise as right out of the gates this album grabs you for the first 4 songs.The album's opening track which they used to play live, “Make A Move”, finally gets a studio recording. Even the Depeche Mode cover is good. Black is back with his distinctive vocals intact as he's the only original member left besides the bass player. I'm guessing about half the tracks are polished up demos from back in the day, as they aren't trying to reinvent themselves, just stick with what works. This is their most consistent album to date, as there isn't that one stunner track, just a good flow overall.|
|From: 123charpenay||Date: December 10, 2019 at 18:30|
|i m a die hard fan of their debut album.it was a marvellous ,extraordinary record ,absoluty irresistible.here it s a big deception.yes "make a move" is a fantastic song but the rest?it s very average and sound not always melodic.the magic of "law and oder" is definitely gone.|
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