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Category: Hard Rock
Catalog Number: CDP-7-46959-2
|2.||Man In A Car|
|3.||Mary Goes Round|
|6.||Girl On A Swing|
|7.||Love & Kisses From The Gutter|
|8.||When The Moon Is Full|
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|From: Nick C||Date: November 12, 2005 at 18:01|
|What a great album this is...I spent half my life deciding whether to buy this and Wild Garden for about £1.50 each at a second hand shop (dumb dumb dumb on my part why wait??). Hard to categorise this for me..lite goth? Dark pop? goth rock? All equal an excellent album with a kind of melancholy feel. This is one of a few albums that I'm too close too to give an objective view. Gothy with pop overtones...think of Cheap Trick in a shroud. Man in a Car is a masterpiece !!!|
|From: Geoff||Date: November 13, 2005 at 17:21|
|As Nick C says, these guys are hard to categorize accurately. I'd probably compare them to Enuff Z'Nuff and admit I was quite surprised by this disc. Not entirely my thing, but some nice mid-tempo melodic moments and a cool vibe. Much better than I was thinking and good solid rock n'roll record.|
|From: Joshy St. Jaimz||Date: November 15, 2005 at 18:42|
|A good melodic rock album that has a british feel to it ala the Quireboys, but doesn't actually sound like them. I too was unsure of this for a while but finally listened to it and was impressed. Some good cuts on here highlighted by the excellent 'Contradiction', 'Passion', and 'Man in a Car'. Not sure how hard this is to find, but worth a listen. See what you think!|
|From: aMetalhead1966||Date: January 3, 2006 at 12:52|
|Picked this up cheap($5.00)...Don't know what to think of it.... Maybe it takes a while to "get it"...Or maybe my ears have heard SO MUCH ..... we'll see...|
|From: Rafo Phoenix||Date: July 1, 2007 at 13:06|
|Very Good album, vamos con otra de Rarezas que buen disco si Señor con un estilo que recuerdan por momentos a los Little America y Regatta con algunos toques New Wave me encantan bandas asi con ese estilo guitarrero Passion, Mary Goes Round, Love & Kisses From The Gutter, Contradiction, Wilton House lo mejorcito los demas cortes tambien tienen su gustillo asi que si gustan bandas asi de Rock Melodico con ese estilo guitarrero y sus toques New Wave este os sera placentero 8.5/10|
|From: 20gunsalute||Date: October 6, 2009 at 0:24|
|Being a hard rocker, and not an AOR fan, but a huge goth fan, I have to say this is hit or miss. The moody songs are pretty good, but the wimpy rock songs just don't get it for me. If the whole album was a tad gothier this would sound much better. Too bad, because the singer seemed to have a good Ian McCullough thing going on when the songs get moody and you can almost get lost in the songs like so many other ethereal 80's bands|
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