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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Avalon (Japan)
Catalog Number: MICP-10273
|4.||Slumber With The Lion|
|7.||Love You Too Much|
|9.||Talk About Girls|
|11.||Hunger For Love|
|12.||Wallflower's Heart Japan Bonus Track|
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|From: M. Allen||Date: October 7, 2004 at 20:43|
|One thing you won't be doing while this CD is playing is slumbering! This band returns with a really cool album that accomplishes the difficult task of improving upon their much-beloved self-titled debut. Cranking guitars, great hooks, & excellent vocals are the name of the game here. Let's put it this way, if the only copy of this CD left on the planet was stuck between the open jaws of a hungry lion...well, I'd listen to something else, but I wouldn't blame someone for trying to get it!!|
|From: Rik||Date: October 8, 2004 at 9:52|
|I love this album ! And yeah i would stick my hand between the open jaws of this hungry lion any day. lol Songs like Hunger to love, Love you 2 much, Lazy Stacey, Talk about girls, Burning childhood and Fire absolutly rock from start to finish. Great vocals, superb hooks and some catchy choruses. Also both ballads, Hopeless and Stranded, are a real treat. So yeah: A MUST HAVE !|
|From: Dave||Date: October 8, 2004 at 21:08|
|If you want to hear Solli sing 10 times better than this , listen to 21 GUNS , 'NOTHING'S REAL'. His voice and the band leave this album for dead.|
|From: Chad||Date: October 8, 2004 at 21:15|
|I feel that the Nothings Real album is the weakest of the 21 Guns library. Salute is by far the gem from the band. Demolition is tolerable. I did not care for the Nothings Real release. I did like Solli on lead vox. He has a good voice. His voice could not carry those songs though.|
|From: Rik||Date: October 17, 2004 at 11:57|
|What have been drinking when writing your review Dave ? Ignore it people. Its a great album. And yeah the first release by 21 Guns is a classic. The second one is ok. The 3rd.....|
|From: Dave||Date: October 18, 2004 at 6:00|
|Rik, I don't have any problem with the album but if you listen to the vocals on this and 21 Guns second album , you would swear they were different vocalists and yes i do think as musicians , 21 Guns are streets ahead in that field. Still this album has some good tracks especially 'Love You Too Much'.Oh , and by the way,I was drinking 'Victoria Bitter' and that is one mighty fine beer guzzled by every True Blue Aussie !!!!!|
|From: Erik||Date: March 23, 2005 at 11:09|
|'Fire' ? Yeah this album will set you on fire ! This is rock with a capital R. Goooood 8,5/10|
|From: John||Date: April 18, 2005 at 11:34|
|A rare record where each subsequent song is better than the preceeding. Deliciously catchy and the musicianship is tighther than a virgin on prom night. 9/10.|
|From: Marla (MJ)||Date: August 26, 2005 at 21:45|
|Wow.....some mixed reviews here. While I liked this one, honestly...nothing blew me away. I don't have the 21 Guns Dave is comparing Solli's vocals to, so I can't say anything there. There ARE some catchy tunes on here....'Baby Wanna Ride' being my favorite. Also 'Talk About Girls' and 'Hunger For Love', I really liked...and some really 'dark' ones too in 'Sorrow' and 'Slumber', that I didn't like...but overall...this will probably go on the shelf for a while.|
|From: BIG-TIME||Date: May 12, 2008 at 11:12|
|Really good album very catchy! I love Fire, and Lazy Stacy I think this is better than the first with BIG production and BIG sound. If this was 2001 im a rapper..KEEP ROCKIN ALL!!!|
|From: hernanHRM/AOR||Date: January 14, 2009 at 18:15|
|Love You Too Much Super Song!!|
|From: Ydol eM||Date: April 25, 2015 at 15:51|
|I must confess I didn't expect such fresh&loaded music after 10 year time. Melodic hard rock that is halfway between Europe (eg M.ill.ion) and America (eg Firehouse) with occasional disgressions from the "major road" (eg #1 heavy rock Ratt alike or #4 a bit darker like Psycho Motel where Solli also sang). All in all nice surprise at that time and still nice moments today. 80/100.|
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