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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Kivel Records
Catalog Number: KR057
|2.||Give Me a Reason|
|5.||When We Were Young|
|8.||Edge of Goodbye|
|9.||Anything Can Change|
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|From: the rocker||Date: September 5, 2016 at 17:54|
|Very good album. I have to admit I was a little disappointed with "Charming Devil" the album(the song itself I love), but this new one is a really good follow up up to my favorite TD album (Identity Crisis). My favorite song on the album is Carry On, such a good song(melodic, catchy sing a long chorus. Give Me A Reason, Going Under, Anything Can Change & Punching Bag are right behind it. Bulletproof, When We Were Young & Edge Of Goodbye round out the rest of my favorites. A must have!!! \m/|
|From: metalmastermusic||Date: September 6, 2016 at 11:05|
|Very good follow up album with new singer Chas west and Axel Gessner on bass. The album has a better sound production than on previous albums as well with the drums (Keith Michaels) and bass being much more prominent on this album. Scott has some of his best riffs on this album with powerhouse songs Superstar, Punching Bag and Broken Heart. Only two songs not to my liking on this album being Going Under which is a bit generic for my taste and Edge of Goodbye a ballad. I love what TD does on their rockers and would have liked to seen a full on rocker album from them sans these two songs. Chas's vocals have never been better.|
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