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Alive in Japan
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Category: Hard Rock
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Mark Scott Drums|
P.J. Farley Bass, Vocals
Pete Loran Vocals
Steve Brown Guitar, Vocals
|1. ||Rockin' Horse |
|2. ||Heart Of Steel |
|3. ||Road Of A Thousand Dreams |
|4. ||Bloodrock |
|5. ||One In A Million |
|6. ||On The Road Again |
|7. ||Power Of Love |
|8. ||Ride The Whip |
|9. ||Nobody's A Hero |
|10. ||Line Of Fire |
|11. ||What It Takes |
|12. ||Give It To Me Good |
|13. ||You Got It New Studio Track |
|14. ||When You Close Your Eyes New Studio Track |
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: May 30, 2008 at 0:46|
|Just what the world needs, a live Trixter album. Especially when over half of it is made up of deep cuts from their quickly-forgotten second album; must've been recorded on that tour. Good news is, the hard songs sound harder (and "Rockin' Horse" always was a cool tune). Trixter always got something of a bad rap, but this CD is just unnecessary.
||Date: June 15, 2008 at 13:47|
|Ok 77/100 2nd league teenage PARTY/HAIR METAL at it's peak Not exactly well played but very ROUGH and LIVE !!! I wasn't into Them back in the day but i think their albums were very ok now ,nostalgia ? MAYBE !
||Date: January 9, 2009 at 6:43|
|This is a good live album no doubt about it. But I really miss their lovely ballads.. It would be cool to hear a live recording of Surrender and As The Candle Burns the new songs are cool but what about the production guys? sounds like demos to me =/ anyways this is a fine live disc which deserves some attention! 78/100
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: December 11, 2011 at 18:31|
|In agreement with the 3 positive comments above(yeah Doghouse Reilly the world needed a live album of the band pretty bad!!!)and well guys,obviously is very difficult to please every body...the thing is that at the end we have a more than a decent live effort(years after) of this band that was in a tightrope between breaking the big news or staying in the shade of the "monster names" of the hair metal/hard rock scene..."Heart Of Steel"(great!),"One In A Million","Power Of Love","Nobody's A Hero","Line Of Fire" & "Give It To Me Good"(great!)are as YNGWIEVIKING said,probably not well played but rough and good...the 2 new studio tracks are pretty too("You Got It" and "When You Close Your Eyes"(nice))...enjoyable...90/100
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