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Category: Hard Rock/ Metal
Label: Skreamin' Skull
Catalog Number: SKULL 92C
|1.||Dawhite & Willy|
|3.||Turn The Page||Cover: Bob Seger|
|4.||Bound For Glory|
|8.||It's Only Love|
|11.||Comes The Night|
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|From: girapolli||Date: May 17, 2007 at 19:55|
|great one ! really disappointed about missing edit on cd their first release... 9/10|
|From: Rafo Phoenix||Date: May 29, 2007 at 11:09|
|Good Heavy Metal/Hard Rock, buen album si raro tambien pero a la vez es prescindible no esperies gran cosa aca, como esta categorizado arriba Heavy Metal/Hard Rock lo es pero tambien los hay en plan Melodicos de ambos estilos donde "Night Wear" seria lo mejor segun gusto personal los demas estan de regular a buenos, como dije no hay porque desesperarse por este trabajo hay cientos de mejores cosas por las que bregar 7/10.|
|From: Rafo Phoenix||Date: May 29, 2007 at 11:13|
|Perdon el mejor tema del album era "Comes The Night" y no el que mencione arriba.|
|From: Delbert||Date: January 1, 2010 at 20:18|
|First, take a look at that front cover and you'll know what's on the band member's minds...... Now we're cookin'!!! If you want a totally smokin' bad-*ss rippin' metal/glam indie CD that's a good challenge to find, then PIERCE II is for you. A bit of a strange name but these guys can be compared to several other excellent bands such as ROCKABYE, BASHFUL and BRONX ZOO, even on the same level at times. From start to finish, this CD is smokin' HOT.......solid metal/glam.|
|From: juan carlos||Date: March 31, 2010 at 15:50|
|Ok Metal/HR, not so excited about this one, i do not have any favorite track, not bad but not good IMO, i prefer listening to other 80īs rare metal bands. 7.5/10|
|From: MrMetal||Date: December 14, 2013 at 13:11|
|This act was much more along the Melodic Rock/Metal spectrum as opposed to Hair/Glam (don't be deceived by the cover-art). They were named after guitarist Billy Pierce & originated from New Jersey. Their debut was recorded in Boonton, while this was recorded in Fanwood, NJ. Dennis Cavis's vocals had elements of both Steevi Jaimz & Bob Seger while ironically enough, recording a BOB SEGER cover here ("Turn The Page".) Perhaps they acknowledged that he had some SEGER influences in his delivery, but covering the song was unnecessary. They had potential had the material been more upbeat, as the majority plodded along & came across as somewhat lethargic. A better comparison musically would be to DANGER (the "Mausoleum" label act) that recorded an album in 1983 (although these guys were much more melodic). There was really nothing to rave about here at all although it appeared as though they had the pieces to come up with something a lot better than what was on displaye.|
|From: zld||Date: March 27, 2015 at 13:58|
|Divebomb records are working on (re?)releasing these two records on cd. Great news !!|
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