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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Sanctuary Records
Catalog Number: 06076 86324-2
|7.||Cherry Pie Live|
|9.||Uncle Tom's Cabin Live|
|11.||Machine Gun Live|
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|From: James||Date: April 3, 2005 at 18:38|
|not very good versions of the songs. I have it and am waiting till I have a few more cd's to go trade in for more store credit. Stay away from this one|
|From: Chad||Date: February 25, 2006 at 20:35|
|Are you ready for Born Again? Here's my take...I must say that the boys did well by adding Jamie to the fold. They have a frontman that can sing the old stuff, yet carry them forward. While Jamie is in no way in the same league with Jani in lyric writing, he fits the music with his style. I have always loved Jani's play on words with his lyrics and his ability to tell a story or two with them. Jamie tends to gravitate more towards the party/fun lyrics. Fine by me. That is what the music scene ne|
|From: Chad||Date: February 25, 2006 at 20:36|
|needs nowadays. More fun. This album should have been the follow up to Cherry Pie. No disrespect at all to Dog Eat Dog. It just fits that mold. I love Dog Eat Dog. Great album. Is Born again better than Dog Eat Dog. No. But this is 2006 and Born Again is what we need. Fun music. Welcome Jamie. Enjoy your stay as I certainly have enjoyed this album.|
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