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Category: Melodic Hard Rock
Label: Retone Records
Catalog Number: RET002
|1.||Pull The Trigger|
|2.||Here To Break The Rules|
|4.||Looking Through Me|
|5.||I Know A Little|
|7.||Back In L.A.|
|8.||Daughter Of A Superstar|
|9.||Drive Me Insane|
|10.||Child Of Rock 'N' Roll|
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|From: spawn71||Date: February 11, 2007 at 7:34|
|Fantastic CD!!! Modern production and 80's sound: and the result is stunning! Imagine a mix between great acts from the golden age, like Bon Jovi, Hardline and Firehouse, with a bit of hard rock (Aerosmith?), and you have this album: a gem from 2006, really much better than other CDs more popular here and in many 2006 album polls... BUY IT!!!|
|From: Remastered Reason||Date: February 11, 2007 at 15:53|
|Glad to see a contemporary band pull out the ol' Hammond organ/piano & still be able to crank the decibals with it, as it has become a forgotten part of rock & roll nowadays. Also, there are plenty of heavy guitars laced throughout this cd. A hard rocking affair for sure but it's not a big hair band kind of cd. More of a serious tone dominates the disc. Favorites include tracks 5 & 1.|
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