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|3.||Livin' on the Line|
|9.||Next to Me|
|10.||Bangin' on the Bricks|
|11.||Shine the Light|
|12.||Memory of You|
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|From: Helix||Date: June 7, 2007 at 13:59|
|Very Large price tag on this cd, Really Can't see why just an average cd. Singer sounds at times like Mark Slaughter. On this site they have it as a glam but really it should be under Melodic Hard rock. I would not pay what they want for it on ebay, but if you can get it for a few dallars the song(Try)is worth that. I Gave it a 6/10.|
|From: girapolli||Date: July 23, 2007 at 19:35|
|together with wildside/under the influence the best album released on 1992-1993, yes the voice is a mix of m.slaughter + d. hannah...but the rating cant be less than 10/10|
|From: jstoyz||Date: August 22, 2008 at 23:54|
|Brilliant melodic hard rock!! The ballad "Try/Might Be Over" should be on every MHR fan's playlist, and the hard drivin' "(Livin') On The Line" could fit in nicely on either "Wildside: Under The Influence" or "Joker: Cool Deal" IMO. Agree w/the above vocal comparisons, though the production isn't as polished as Wildside, Joker, Slaughter--> nothing my EQ can't fix!! A couple of lesser tracks aside, I'd be hard pressed to rate lower than 9/10.|
|From: rallen399||Date: November 25, 2010 at 5:42|
|I have to agree with the last 2 comments.Without a doubt one of the best cd's of the early 90's.Fantastic hard driving riffs and the voice is as stated above(excellent).I'd have to say that of all the Retrospect releases this along with Blind Gypsy and Bad Angels are thebest IMO all 95 or 96/100.|
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