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Artist: Eric Steel

Title: Infectious

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1988

Label: Passport Records

Catalog Number: PBCD 6059

Personnel

Ron Stewart drums
Mike Hobson bass, backing vocals
Dave Anderson lead guitar, backing vocals
Bruce Hausfeld guitar, lead vocals

Tracks

1.  Forever Young  
2.  Since You've Been Gone  
3.  Wanted Man  
4.  Somewhere Sometime  
5.  Rescue Me  
6.  Wishing Well  
7.  In Cold Blood  
8.  When the Lights Go Out  
9.  After Midnight  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Metalman Date: October 2, 2001 at 7:19
Eric Steel Sucks... BIG TIME!

From: Jason Date: October 4, 2001 at 8:48
Oh my GOD! This is so bad! If you are throwing a party and people are not willing to leave..... Put this CD on and the house clears in seconds!

From: koogles Date: January 1, 2002 at 13:18
Undescribably bad in every way. Looks like it could have merit judging by the cover, but I defy anyone to try to listen to this CD more than once.

From: Rene Date: November 3, 2002 at 11:36
I think ERIC STEEL was very good, and i love this album. Also i like his first album, ERIC STEEL. I hope ones he will come back and make a great record again.

From: Desslar Date: November 6, 2002 at 10:14
"Looks like it could have merit judging by the cover," What?? This is one of the most pathetic looking bands I've ever seen. I bought this album, but some other bands' stuff was recorded on the cassette. That band was The Fools, and I'm sure they're a heck of a lot better.

From: iaffprofireman Date: February 7, 2003 at 17:19
I realize alot of you dont like this one, and I do respect your opinions. As for my opinion, I think it was the production that killed this, because the songs (again, in my opinion) aren't really all that bad, a couple are even decent, but the production is bad. Believe me I've heard way worse music! Just listen to the alterna-crap they're playing on American radio today. Even this group's worst song beats listening to that garbage any day! I feel this group is half decent, not the best or worst

From: tomcat Date: May 22, 2003 at 13:25
Oh my GOD! This is so bad! If you are throwing a party and people are not willing to leave..... Put this CD on and the house clears in seconds! --) haha this is a funny comment Jason.. these guys aren't that bad to be honest, maybe the production could be better.. but funny comment...

From: bobby Date: May 16, 2004 at 1:03
eric steel has a heavy sound that kicks ass.all thier albums rock.the self titled lp(which is my all time favorite)infectious,and back for more has a driven hard rock sound thats balls to the wall attitude.i can everyones opinion,but mine is that they rock

From: Niglin Date: April 28, 2005 at 2:00
Sure not all the tracks rock, but the ones that do make it worthwhile. The guitar work is catchy and the vocals are unique in the sense that Bruce has a very deep but still quite melodic voice. It is not 'a' typical. Noticed alot of stupid critical comments here, they are unfounded for the most part. Probably these kids were only a gleam in their daddy's eye then, so they would never get it anyhow. Check it out for yourself, I think you will really dig some of it. Anybody know if Bruce did anyt

From: AOR freaky Date: September 14, 2005 at 9:44
I'm afraid this is only metal by numbers. It's even pathetic ! I can agree with most comments on this one. Hell, I wonder why I ever bought this one ! Stupid from me, hé friends. I'm surprised a lot of guys over here have no sense of humour at all ! I thought they were a lot smarter ! Why always be that serious, folks ? Only a minority has a clue of what I'm writing and why I'm doing it ! Good from 'em. Back to this one : not recommended at all. Avoid.

From: son of slam Date: December 29, 2005 at 0:31
The ONLY thing wrong with this album is the production. Killer songs....killer band. What more do you want?

From: JONBONPIGO Date: September 20, 2014 at 18:24
AVERAGE...AVERAGE...AVERAGE...This would only impress a burgeoning teenage metalhead circa the early early 80's..and that's only if the Hot Metal Chick neighbour said "You've Gotta Check These Guys Out"...AND THIS CAME OUT IN 88' Actually "WHEN THE LIGHTS GO OUT" is one track I can recommend...I'll give that an above average rating..5.5/10 ROCK ON!!!


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