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Artist: Rhett Forrester

Title: Gone With the Wind

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Category: Melodic Hard Rock

Year: 1986/ 2001

Label: Metal Mayhem Music

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Rhett Forrester Lead Vocals

Tracks

1.  Gone With the Wind  
2.  Cranky Boy  
3.  The Last Thing I Do  
4.  Assume The Position  
5.  Voyage To Nowhere  
6.  Shake the Shadow  
7.  Boys Wanna Fight  
8.  Movin' in for the Kill  
9.  Live With Me  

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From: YNGWIEVIKING Date: November 23, 2007 at 2:06
HUGE CD 89/100 US HARD ROCK at his best if you like real HARD ROCK with 70's roots (RIOT) and a true attitude that's for you ! The absolute highlight of this album is "cranky boy" where the mighty voice of RHETT FORRESTER is very POWERFUL/RASPY but CLEAR/SOULFUL like A darker COVERDALE/SHORTINO The prod.by CARL CANEDY(THE RODS) is a little dusty now but very close to a live sound , you can almost smell sweat and beers great stuff find it and BUY IT....or listen to KORN for ever

From: rallen399 Date: October 26, 2009 at 2:10
Assume The Position is a pure rocker it sounds just like it was a song left off Accepts-Balls to The Walls cd,great stuff.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 26, 2009 at 11:54
"Assume The Position" "Movin' In For The Kill" and "Cranky Boy" are great songs, but goddammit, it's hard to actually HEAR what's going on a lot of times, thanks to some of the most echoey, reverbed-to-death production I have EVER heard. It sounds like it was recorded from the far end of a huge cavern.


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