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Category: Pomp/Hard Rock
Label: Magada (Canada)
Catalog Number: MAGHCD-8
|2.||Who Did You Love|
|3.||Anyway You Want|
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|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
|From: Jez||Date: October 29, 2005 at 5:26|
|Also known as Myofist here in the UK (the NWOBHM was also doing the rounds at the time), this takes us back to the good old pomp glory days with the Moog keyboards, which in places reminds a little of the stuff Saga were doing on their first 3 albums 'Too Late' especially, although not in the same league. If you like the Saga sound, then you will like this guaranteed. They also released the heavier 'Fleet Street' which is also an excellent album and well worth picking up.|
|From: papo croc||Date: May 12, 2007 at 5:40|
|Well said Jez ! Go and get Fleet Street CD and In the Red CD if you like your HR the classic way !! You won't be disappointed|
|From: Axelinger||Date: December 3, 2007 at 6:30|
|Comparing these guys to Saga is like comparing Tom Arnold to John Candy. The only thing Fist have in common with Saga is the fact both come from Canada. If juvenile lyrics are what you want, then Fist is right up your alley, as the amateurish drivel they offer up is a virtual gold mine of hokey cliches any 11 year-old would fall for. Check out such slop as Teenage Love Affair from their Hot Spikes album as an example of lyrical ineptitude - it's guaranteed to induce hysterical fits of laughter.|
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