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Label: Long Island Records (Germany)
Catalog Number: LIR00048
|1.||Mary Celeste Intro|
|2.||The Fools You Know|
|3.||On A Wing And A Prayer|
|4.||Falling Out Of Love|
|7.||Never Look Back|
|9.||Damned If You Do (Damned If You Don't)|
|12.||Who's Better Than Me|
|15.||House Of Murder|
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|From: Geoff||Date: January 22, 2006 at 22:26|
|Great sounding band with a lot of potential and a few glimmers of greatness. Pretty heavy melodic hard rock and well worth a listen, but unfortunately, IMO, they just couldn't hold it together enough to make a solid disc with a few big highlights. Still, very good sound and musicianship. Not a bad one... I'd almost even call it good for consistency, even if it's consistency in goodness rather than greatness. Check 'em out.|
|From: metalmaniac777||Date: January 23, 2006 at 20:17|
|Extremely "blah." Now, almost any melodic hard rock band has something praise-worthy and in this case it's the heavy edge on most of the songs. That said, somebody made like thieves & stole the band's ability to write a good hook, good chorus, good song, etc. If you have a very limited hard rock collection and are desperate to add to it, then maybe you'd be honored to have this CD sitting on your shelf, but most fans of the genre can avoid this one and rest easy knowing they ain't missing much.|
|From: z4roxx||Date: November 11, 2007 at 12:17|
|Killer melodick hard rock,don't add nothin'else.10/10!|
|From: Nick C||Date: June 4, 2008 at 11:21|
|These lot remind me an awful lot of Cry Wolf, big riffs and wailing vocals. It's not a bad release at all but ultimately leaves you feeling like it's missing something. All the ingredients are there but it just doesn't quite seem to gel (the same way Cry Wolfs Crunch didn't for me either!). There's some solid riffage on display and there are some good songs especially the ballad Memories Harv the vocalist reminds me of John Sloman (circa Disappearances can be Deceptive), in fact throughout the disc his voice reminds me of someone but I can't think who, maybe a cross of John Sloman, and Cry Wolfs Tim Hall or Michael Sweet(with a deeper vocal style than the last two). Big riffs, big hair (haha), definitely worth a listen especially if you like Cry Wolf (there's that band again I should get paid everytime I mention them here) and it's a solid in places pleasing release (and I actually prefer it to the CW Crunch)but nothing out of the ordinary, pretty much par for the course back in 1994.|
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