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|From: The Fizzy One
||Date: October 2, 2002 at 22:51|
|More like a long EP than an album. Five new songs ("Crush" and "Street Went Legit" are the best), three covers (of classics by AC/DC, Skynyrd and Aerosmith, respectively) and three live versions of songs from Cut the Crap." THe live tunes are rather lacking in the energy we came to expect from them after hearing NOTLD.
||Date: January 29, 2003 at 23:54|
|This is a real mixed bag. The 5 new songs are nothing special. The 3 cover tunes are good(though "Nobody's Fault" comes nowhere close to the outstanding version Testament did in the 80s). The 3 live songs are decent. This one is only for die hard Jackyl fans only.
||Date: October 3, 2007 at 3:40|
|This one is not bad. As stated above, it only has five new songs. "Open for Business" was my fav out of these. The rest are ok, but the band has done better than this. The covers are ok to but I would rather of heard more new material. I agree that this is only for Jackyl fans who must have everything that they put out.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: April 17, 2009 at 20:25|
|Like several others have point out, I agree this is for diehard fans only. Of the new songs, "Crush" is the best, and still makes it into the live show occasionally. "Open For Business" is another decent "country song," but the others aren't very good. They all sound like leftovers from the Cut The Crap sessions, adn that album would've been better if "Crush" were on it. The covers all are pretty lackluster, surprisingly, even "Live Wire." As for the live tunes all sound kinda rushed and uninspired, another surprise for Jackyl. At one point, Jesse does the "Rock me, roll me, Jackyl me off" call-and-response thing much the way Larry the Cable Guy now does "Get 'er done," like he's only saying it because he knows it's expected of him. Anyway, while Push Comes To Shove and Cut The Crap aren't easy to come by new anymore, this thing somehow remains readily available.
|From: hair metal again
||Date: April 9, 2014 at 5:12|
|for me this is very good and another great release by JACKYL!the new songs are ok,the covers excellent and the live ones great too!those guys do very well this kinda hard rock and i always enjoy them!
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