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|1.||Can't Get Enough|
|2.||My Life Is Over|
|6.||Life's Been Good|
|12.||Baby Let's Go|
|16.||All For You|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: June 22, 2022 at 14:34|
|Can't Get Enough is just an expanded version of the band's debut, with a couple extra songs added at the beginning and end. Miss Crazy were a big deal on sites like HH and SleazeRoxx back in the late aughts, with favorable comparisons to Cinderella and Kix and the Crue. In sound or intent, maybe, but definitely not in song quality. "No Compromise" is the best song here, and possibly the best in the band's discography; that it was the first track on _debut should tell you something. Other good ones are "Billie," "Hide Island," "Scream" and "Tattooed Freak," but even at the time, I thought a lot of this just sounded amateurish. People acted like "You're Blue" was the Second Coming of the Power Ballad, but it's actually quite bland and forgettable, and frankly, Markus just didn't have the voice to put most of these songs over.|
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