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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Retrospect Records
Catalog Number: RR-225
|1.||The Rock Starts Here|
|2.||Don't Count on Me|
|4.||Never Safe in the City|
|5.||Jump into the Fire|
|6.||Too Soon to Tell|
|9.||It's Gettin' Harder|
|10.||Run for Your Life|
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|From: the game||Date: December 26, 2006 at 14:45|
|Excellent 1st album from Detroit Melodic Hard Rock/Metal band Weapons. This beats the hell out of their 2nd album. Great vocals, loud guitars, catchy songs. Fave songs are The Rock Starts Here (awesome fist pumping anthem), Don't Count On Me (another great song), Runaway, Love Games and It's Gettin' Harder(another killer song). This is a must in your collection. Rated 9/10.|
|From: Steelheart||Date: April 4, 2007 at 13:31|
|I should've been alerted to the danger of this being an unoriginal album from the lack of creative effort on the band's name! The recording quality is poor, even by '85 standards. The lead singer has quite an impressive voice, growly but can reach high notes...but that's where any impressive-ness ends...it's a poor album, unoriginal pretty standard and not exciting in the slighest.|
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