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Artist: Real Steel

Title: Real Steel

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2007

Label: Retrospect Records

Catalog Number: RR-288


Scott Smalley vocals, bass
Dave Hasselbach guitar, backing vocals
Paul Klaff guitar, backing vocals
Bobby Stocker drums


1.  Never Mind the Money  3:27
2.  I Rule the Radio  3:45
3.  We Are Rock  5:24
4.  On My Way  3:54
5.  Bad Boys  4:44
6.  Loud and Clear  4:11
7.  Heat Me Up  2:48
8.  She's Untouchable  4:19
9.  Concrete Cowboy  5:46
10.  Mission of Misery  3:08
11.  In Your Life  5:08
12.  Sweet Ride Her  4:01
13.  Just a Feeling  2:57
Total Running Time:  53:32

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From: shoemaker Date: July 19, 2008 at 3:02
Lights and shadows here. All in all solid 80s hardrock. Some songs remind of CINDERELLA.

From: aMetalhead1966 Date: July 22, 2008 at 13:07
a Band that coulda been huge with the right label behind them... some of it is a bit raw but it always delivers..great music and hooks galore....wonder if they pulled it off live? anybody know...

From: WookieEnthal Date: July 11, 2009 at 22:56
This is a fantastic album...the production is not great but it is adequate. These guys can change up their sound from song to song and I love that. I also agree with aMetalhead1966...if someone that knows their shit had taken them under their wing...who knows what they could have done. But we have this and I am very glad to own it

From: 20gunsalute Date: December 17, 2009 at 20:50
This is one of the best reissues I've heard in a long time. Every song is consistently good and rockin'. This reminds me of that mid 80's sound when bands like this were raw with kick ass riffs. I don't mind the production, I think it keeps the music heavy and live, full of energy the way it was meant to be. Long before that commercial and watered down sound of the late 80's, hard rock bands were churning out albums of high octane rock n' roll. This is one of those albums. Every rock and roller should own this.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 27, 2010 at 18:50
For me this one is a good album but leading into the average one...why?..well for sure has good tunes such as "We Are Rock"(a superb song and perhaps one of the best in the album),"Bad Boys" and "Heat Me Up" to mention some but the vocals here developed by Scott are way too forced..i mean..he sounds like somehow in pain when hittin' the high notes and it does not sound so polished..(you know what i mean,more technnique and he'll turn out to be a killer singer coz the voice,he has..)as for glam rockers and listeners in general lines,this could be a hidden treasure to discover but probably radical glamsters would find this one just another band that tried hard in the 80's but were shadowed by more commercial bands of that stage.84/100

From: hair metal again Date: July 26, 2018 at 4:49
superb release by REAL STEEL with songs that meant to be in their debut back in the early 90 s ,but things changed in the industry and they got let down!anyway s is top notch hard rock music with sensational guitar work (riffs &solos) ,remarkable songwriting and lots of raw energy that will make you want to do the air guitar!great band that REAL STEEL and this is essential for hard rockers

From: 123charpenay Date: July 26, 2018 at 13:55
yes this band have a big potential they reminds me cinderella.musically it s very strong,the guitarist is a often with retrospect record but the sound is different song after song.for make short it s a collection of s boring,the sound of the drums is almost never the same.and i m totally agree with my friend rick ,the singer force too too much his voice.calm guy, sing normally you will be better.

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