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Catalog Number: 849 016-2
|1.||What Love Can Do|
|2.||Jungle Of Love|
|3.||The Dictionaries Of The Pope|
|4.||Falling For Love|
|5.||Day & Night|
|6.||Dont Betray Yourself|
|8.||Cant Be Waiting|
|9.||She Felt So Lonesome|
|10.||Mama Come Home|
|12.||Good Good Good|
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|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: June 3, 2008 at 2:10|
|Very soft & mellow album with touches of Tom Petty with a little spark of AOR.Not essential at all.70/100|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: February 7, 2011 at 20:31|
|Still the same only comment i wrote back in 2008...c'omon people give it a try...not essential doesn't mean that is bad or a waste...actually after a more thoroughly listening i realized that is quite a pleasant album...probably jumped into conclusions pretty fast the first time i listened to it..anyway songs such as the opener "What Love Can Do" which is nice & smooth,"Bye Bye" another nice one & the song "Mama Come Home" are quite good to the ears but the best ones in my opinion are "Jungle Of Love","The Dictionaries Of The Pope" & "Falling For Love"...86/100 ...probably a more accurate rate...enjoy!!!|
|From: gfranciscop||Date: July 9, 2021 at 17:52|
|Late 80's style in the line of Huey Lewis for example. Radio friendly and pretty well recorded. Day & Night is a pretty OK ballad. Laidback radio friendly track with some Reggae influences in Bye Bye. A bit too long for my taste since most of the tracks are kinda forgettable. Rating: 6/10. Favorite Track: Bye Bye.|
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