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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Jimco Records (Japan)
Catalog Number: JICK-89083
|1.||She Goes Down|
|3.||What Am I Gonna Do|
|4.||It Ain't Over Till It's Over|
|5.||Show Some Emotion|
|6.||Caught Your Lie|
|7.||Don't Take These Dreams Away|
|8.||We're So Far Away|
|9.||This Man's On Fire|
|10.||What D'Ya Want|
|11.||And That Ain't All|
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|From: MadMax||Date: September 19, 2005 at 19:09|
|Don't know about this one, but True Brits 1 is a total killer album! True Brits 2 is fine but not that good than no.1. Anyone listened to this? What u think when compared to TB 1 or 2?|
|From: z4roxx||Date: September 25, 2005 at 10:26|
|This cd is simply amazing,all song is sold,melodic and perfectly played,9.5!|
|From: metalguf||Date: March 20, 2006 at 5:24|
|Awful,Awful,Awful!!! All too heavy. Where are the ballads??? True Brits should be replace in deadmetal in my opinion..|
|From: zld||Date: March 28, 2007 at 7:29|
|Ballads ??, dead/death metal ??. What are babbeling about ??. This is pretty much standard british rock just like, for instance :Fastway. All these discs: "True Brits- "ready to rumble" & "she won't rock", "english allstars" and also the "Air pavilion-Kaizoku" (+ a couple of others titles) are all produced under guidance of Lea Hart and more or less Dennis stratton. That is why a lot of Lea Hart's songs ended up on these records. Good stuff, but no spectacular. You buy them cheap.|
|From: andi||Date: October 24, 2011 at 14:15|
|No one mentioned here that some Songs are from the Album Fastway"Bad Bad Girls" "Had enough" is one of Fastways Album "Bad Bad Girls"!!!They still have 2 other Albums and there are Fastway Songs too!!!But this Album is very great!Big Hardrock-Melodic Songs in Style like Heaven´s Edge,Fastway,Fear Not and Jaded Heart!!!Best Song for me is "What dıa want"!!!!|
|From: Rafo Phoenix||Date: February 23, 2012 at 2:47|
|Very Good Melodic Hard Rock/AOR! "What Am I Gonna Do (Hart), It Ain't Over Till It's Over (Stratton), Don't Take These Dreams Away (Barden), We're So Far Away (Stratton) & What D'Ya Want (White)" fav. tracks, 85/100.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: June 15, 2013 at 21:01|
|The guest musicians on this album is simple brutal!!!,many of them are what we can call "British Lions" in rock music ...about the album,yes,some songs reappeared on a couple of Fastways releases as well but far better structured than in here IMHO...Lea's great as usual(what an underrated singer he was back at that stage,shamely he did not get the recognition this man deserved)..."This Man's On Fire" & "What D'Ya Want" are my faves but add to that tracks 2,3,4 & 6...if you like rock music ala British then get this one,right?...80/100|
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