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Category: Southern Rock
Label: A & M
Catalog Number: 394 947-2
|4.||You Don't Have To Cry|
|6.||Hell To Pay|
|7.||No Relation To Love|
|8.||You Turn Me On|
|9.||We Are Not Alone|
|10.||You Like To Rock|
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|From: zld||Date: February 15, 2006 at 7:10|
|No more southernrock, but just standard (average)rock with keyboard on it. Gone are all the great twin-guitars solo's. The songs themselfs are quite average; no killers here. Compare this one to Blackfoot's vertical smiles, which was just as bad. 5,5/10|
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|From: Jez||Date: January 8, 2009 at 23:35|
|This is a bit of a weird one. After two cracking pure southern rock discs, they then they go and release this 'Oddity'. Obviously the boys were having a crack at the more commercial AOR market when they recorded this, but generally it doesn't pay off. There's Keyboards everywhere, no 'let's get out the tennis racket' chicken scratch geetar solo's anywhere to be found and a typcal Mack (Queen,Billy Squier)lumpy production that doesn't suit the bands sound at all. There are a couple of songs that are good, but really, this is a case in point that some bands should really stick to what they do best.|
|From: 123charpenay||Date: May 1, 2009 at 17:46|
|great cd s.touch of disco with southern rock only for open mind not for the ayattolah .the doc is the smart band of rock history this album is really fantastic .|
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