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Pull The Trigger / Reloaded
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||Date: November 7, 2007 at 21:00|
|Wow, I'm glad they decided to re-issue this, just got it and love it. They did a nice job on the re-issue and the songs are very good. Great vocals and guitars on this one. The production is just a bit lacking but the songs more than make up for it. Recommended.
||Date: August 23, 2009 at 10:29|
|Bad production and average hard rock.I think it was better to not re-issue this material.Not recommended!!
||Date: March 31, 2014 at 20:13|
|This is late 80s Melodic Hardrock/ Hair Metal. The band released an album in 1990 titled 'Pull The Trigger' that was released on cassette. Now, they have released that album on CD along with some demo tracks making a true full length CD. As far as I know, the CD was only made available through their web site. Musically their sound is in the style of a cross between XYZ, DOKKEN, HEAVEN'S EDGE, LILLIAN AXE, FIREHOUSE, STEELHEART and TRIXTER. Actyally, this band could have easily been on a major label back in 1990. If you're a fan of late 80's Hair Metal, track this one down. The production isn't the greatest, but remember, it's demo material.
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