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Artist: Airbourne

Title: No Guts, No Glory

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2010

Label: Roadrunner Records

Catalog Number: RR7874-2

Personnel

David Roads Guitar, Backing Vocals
Joel O'Keeffe Vocals, Lead Guitar
Justin Street Bass, Backing Vocals
Ryan O'Keeffe Drums

Tracks

1.  Born To Kill  
2.  No Way But the Hard Way  
3.  Blonde, Bad and Beautiful  
4.  Raise the Flag  
5.  Bottom of the Well  
6.  White Line Fever  
7.  It Ain't Over Till It's Over  
8.  Steel Town  
9.  Chewin' the Fat  
10.  Get Busy Livin'  
11.  Armed and Dangerous  
12.  Overdrive  
13.  Back On the Bottle  
14.  Loaded Gun Special Edition Bonus Track  
15.  My Dynamite Will Blow You Sky High Special Edition Bonus Track  
16.  Rattle Your Bones Special Edition Bonus Track  
17.  Kickin' It Old School Special Edition Bonus Track  
18.  Devil's Child Special Edition Bonus Track  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: March 15, 2010 at 19:56
Well, Black Ice was a respectable enough record for AC/DC to make in their grizzled old age. But Airbourne bring a fire and energy we no longer really expect from Angus and Co. Where Broken Teeth are all about the Bon Scott years, Airbourne remind me more of those overlooked, cranked-to-111, "let's try to be metal" records from the mid-'80's like Flick Of The Switch and Fly On The Wall. The rhythm section seriously knows how to groove, while the guitars churn out a seemingly endless string of delirious power chords, and Joel O'Keefe has a major howl going on that barely lets up for the oddly melodic "Bottom Of The Well." And hey, shit, how many limited-editions offer up FIVE bonus tracks, all of which are as good as anything on the record proper? In Back In Black terms, it's a double album. I liked Runnin' Wild well enough, but man, I'm really digging No Guts, No Glory.

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From: Jez Date: March 17, 2010 at 14:50
Now we know what to expect soundwise, the band have lost some of their initial impact they had with 'Runnin' Wild' and there are absolutely no surprises on here whatsoever. That being said, there are some good tracks on show and it does rock hard in places, although at a whopping 18 tracks on the Special Edition version, it is way way too long. So an album that does exactly what is says on the tin, although everytime that I hear them, I always go back to my AC/DC and Rose Tattoo cd's which, it has to be said, are for the most part, are much better.

From: Helix Date: March 19, 2010 at 16:26
I know there is alot of people going to say oh what an AC/DC Rip off. Although I don't care, This cd just kicks you right in the teeth. Too Bad alot of other bands could not put out this high energy which this band does Can't wait to see them live. Now that said lets watch all you lady's cry about how bad this cd's is.

From: juan carlos Date: March 20, 2010 at 14:26
Wow AC/DC rip off but with guts! Another album that iŽll put on my car and iŽll enjoy it. 9/10 Hey cheers rafo! Barza never gonna win nothing this year! BET YA? ni la liga ni la Champions, t apuesto? ROCK ON!!

From: Doug Date: May 21, 2010 at 17:00
"No Way But the Hard Way" is the obvious favorite tune. Not as good as their first album IMO but it’s never a bad thing hearing a band crankin' out good 'ol in your face rock and roll.

From: pie75 Date: August 30, 2010 at 9:47
great album i got the one with the bonus tracks love the first one more but this is a great follow up got my ticket to see them in brisbane in october can't wait never seen them before on this album love no way but the hard way,blonde bad and beautiful,bottom of the well,white line fever,steel town,chewin' the fat,get busy livin' and the bonus tracks are well worth the price

From: Swedish Rocker Date: August 31, 2010 at 12:12
Disappointing album. Absolutely no variation. Not much of melodies; it's all about speed. No groove like you find in the best of AC/DC. With 18 tracks on the one with the bonus tracks this is simply a case of "eating too much of the same food"-experience


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