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Label: Mercury (Japan)
Catalog Number: PHCR-1363
|2.||I Don't Wanna Live My Life Like You|
|3.||She's All Action|
|4.||Standing At The Crossroads|
|5.||I Don't Believe In Anything|
|7.||Jesus and Mary|
|8.||Do Or Die|
|9.||If You Ever Need Love|
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|From: robert||Date: October 21, 2002 at 18:20|
|esto ya no es Blue murder, pero q coņo esta bien, lo q pasa es q despues de hacer 2 discos tan buenos(sobre todo el 1š) es muy dificil superarse, por eso este no les llega a su nivel. Pero el Juanito sigue tocando y cantando de putisima madre!!!|
|From: DAVE CARR||Date: May 25, 2004 at 8:47|
|I TOTALLY AGREE WITH ROBERT,I THINK.|
|From: Lynchomaniac||Date: June 6, 2004 at 8:31|
|The legitimate follow-up to Blue Murder's debut, as it beat's the crap out of otherwise good "Nothin' but trouble"|
|From: Trick Taylor||Date: August 17, 2004 at 18:23|
|I have enjoyed almost everything ol' John has put out, and this is no exception. It may not be as solid top to bottom as the debut or "...Trouble", but tracks like "Soul Stealer" and "Jesus and Mary" make it a welcome find in our post-hair drought. In this new age of supergroups (Velvet Revolver, Soul Sirkus) why can't ol' John hook up with some dudes and blow the doors off? Sykes, Banali, Tom Kieffer, and Kip Winger. Why not? What else are they doing?|
|From: halfordhughes||Date: April 30, 2011 at 23:52|
|If You Ever Need Love|
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