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No Uncle Of Mine
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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Homegrown Records
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Chris Yamamoto Guitar|
Jack Azevedo Bass
Erich Wida Vocals
Mike Patterson Drums
|1. ||Can't Find My Way ||3:19|
|2. ||Takin' All My Money ||4:00|
|3. ||Judging The Book By The Cover ||4:17|
|4. ||Soldier Of Misfortune ||3:37|
|5. ||Gone Away ||5:53|
|6. ||Nothin' Left To Lose ||4:19|
|7. ||Memory's Gone ||4:12|
|8. ||What's Buggin' Me ||3:56|
|9. ||One Step Closer ||4:32|
|10. ||I Am The Killer ||3:33|
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|Total Running Time:|| 41:38|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: November 8, 2005 at 18:15|
|Lots of power & attitude, but most of the songs lack a good hook. Still, if you like it hard & heavy (musically-speaking, that is), then this rare little indie may get you all fired up. Not the worst thing you've ever heard, but certainly not the best either. The guitars really crank though, bristling with the kind of heavy edge that will have AOR-lovers screaming "Uncle!" in about 2.7 seconds flat. But that's really all there is...slamming guitars and tons of 'tude. No more, no less.
||Date: November 13, 2005 at 10:53|
|I had this disc and sincerely didn t bother me but itís not a must indeed.Some good catchy metal riff and some decent melodick approach sometimes,vocals not spectacular but ok.Traded it recently.
|From: the game
||Date: January 30, 2006 at 9:39|
|Very average hard rock/metal wannabe's. This release does nothing for me. Save your cash on other quality releases. Not bad but nothing special to offer on this release. Rated 4/10.
||Date: January 10, 2010 at 16:32|
|Not particularly my cup of tea either, but, OPEN FIRE are basically a guitar oriented metal band with some hard rock influences. If you're into bands like ASPHALT BALLET and WILDSIDE then you may like this one.
||Date: October 23, 2010 at 8:19|
|Bought this album in Honolulu, as a souvenir (I am from Amsterdam). The guitars remind me of The Sweet. It's mediocre, but enjoyable - and nice as an original treasure from far far away.
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