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Trixter

Alive in Japan

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2008

Label: Self-Released

Catalog Number: NONE

Average Rating: 79 / 100 (10 ratings)

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Personnel
Mark Scott Drums
P.J. Farley Bass, Vocals
Pete Loran Vocals
Steve Brown Guitar, Vocals
Tracks
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.

From: YNGWIEVIKING 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 !

From: sweetmelodies89 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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