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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Sony Music / Gain
|3.||Love Is Gone|
|4.||It's No Good|
|5.||Don't You Worry Child|
|6.||Goodbye Yellow Brick Road|
|8.||Go Your Own Way|
|9.||Set Fire to the Rain|
|10.||Soldiers of Fortune|
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|From: MetalllianStallion||Date: January 30, 2018 at 0:36|
|I was looking forward to a new Poodles release after “Devil in the Details” (2015) which I thought put the band back onsolid MHR track. What's the one thing a band can do 9 times out of 10 to kill the momentum of a good release? I know a all COVER album.... ARG!!! Elton John, Fleetwood Mac, Depeche Mode, Blondie,The Swedish House Mafia with a Poodles FLARE. But wait there's more she's a "Maniac". Does this come with the band in a Flashdance leo-tard workout video? I don't have a problem with band throwing in a cover track, or two if it's done well (Solders of Fortune - Deep Purple), but usually a all cover release is record company kill time in-between a REAL album release, NOT 3 years after your last cd. This one does nothing for me. I see no reason for this release, especially after a 3 year hiatus. Maybe it will be BIG in Japan. How about a LIVE album next for 2021?|
|From: juan carlos||Date: May 4, 2020 at 3:46|
|Ten covers?, Well, first of all I don't like most of these covers. I save "Go your Own Way" "Soldier of Fortune" "Don't You Worry Child" "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" from the rest that are pretty forgettable. 70/100|
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