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Artist: Lionsheart

Title: Under Fire

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Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 1998

Label: Music For Nations (Japan)

Catalog Number: PCCY-01224

Personnel

Steve Grimmett vocals
Brooke St. James guitars, backing vocals
Graham Collett keyboards
Mike O'Brien drums

Tracks

1.  Lonely Tonight  6:00
2.  Go Down  2:56
3.  Blue Sky  4:24
4.  Let the Children Play  5:26
5.  Devil's Train  3:46
6.  Dark of the Night  5:16
7.  Flights of Angels  5:00
8.  Make Believe  4:46
9.  On a Roll  3:13
10.  Cold Heart  3:44
11.  Under Fire  3:16
12.  Lost In Tokyo bonus track  4:04
  
Total Running Time:  51:51

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Dragonfly Date: December 14, 2001 at 19:52
Change of guitarist again and a different feel to the songs. No more Whitesnake style. Not quite sure who to compare them to but they have a killer release. Just as good as their first two. Buy it you'll like it.

From: Mike Date: March 22, 2002 at 15:33
Not like the previous L. albums, not even Tyketto. A blast in your brain. Never thought that St.James can make it so heavy. Just look at 'Go Down'. Ready your phones! Fasten your seat-belts...

From: Federico Date: November 6, 2002 at 10:04
When I first checked out this one, I hoped for incredible loud screaming, like Grimmet did in Grim Reaper. This is more bluesy and the vocals are more cotroled. It doesn't impressed me that much.

From: Baddbonz Date: February 19, 2003 at 3:00
Haven't heard the entire album, but downloaded 'Go Down', Devils Train', and 'Lost in Tokyo', and I like it! Worth at least a listen folks.

From: James Date: January 19, 2004 at 22:52
Not in the same league as the other Two, more than a bit dissapointed, sorry guys. my favourite is the bluesy Pride in Tact, the best band line-up to date.

From: sultan6 Date: February 25, 2004 at 15:01
This album kicks ass!!! anyone who says its not the same bone crushing rock, is a complete moron.

From: KAN FROM TAIWAN Date: September 9, 2004 at 1:39
THIS BAND IS FUCKING GREAT! IF YOU DON'T BUY IT! YOU NEED TO CLEAN YOUR EARS AND WASH YOUR BRAIN IN WASHING MACHINE!-******* 12 SONGS YOU CAN'T MISS ANYONE! HAHA----------------

From: Robbie Date: November 14, 2004 at 8:28
From: sultan6 (---.va.shawcable.net) Date: February 25, 2004 at 15:01 This album kicks ass!!! anyone who says its not the same bone crushing rock, is a complete moron. I CONCUR!!! Robbie

From: juan carlos Date: March 18, 2007 at 11:49
Temas Hardrockeros como "Lonely Tonight" o mas rifferos como "Go Down" pero casi nada de Melodic Metal como lo han etiquetado aquí. Temas con cierto aire Bluesístico, muy bueno si te va ese estilo a lo Whitesnake ("Blue Sky" como ejemplo). Mis favoritas son "Let the Children Play" (Whitesnake se me viene a la mente rápidamente) "Dark of the Night" "Flight of Angels" (semi-balada muy buena) y la fiera "Under Fire". Gran voz de Steve Grimmett y el album bien producido. 8.4/10

From: Metal T Date: January 22, 2009 at 18:48
Absolute fave from Lionsheart...Steve Grimmett (Grim Reaper) and Brooke St.James (Tyketto) collaboration that kicks unbeleiveable ass! Would seem like an unlikely pairing until you hear the results.Great riffs,songs and powerful vox throughout.An overlooked gem here..solid stuff for d*mn sure! --

From: West Of Sunset Date: May 7, 2009 at 3:23
"Let The Children Play" is their best song ever!!!!

From: rallen399 Date: October 24, 2009 at 5:55
9.5 out of 10.Everything these guys do is excellent.This is a little heavier than Pride In Tact and thats OK with me,it is a pleasant surprise to here Brooke St.James wipe out all these powerful and heavy riffs,I love Tyketto but this album is better then anything they did.Balls out rockers like Go Down,Blue Sky,On A Roll,Devils Train,Cold Heart,Dark of The Night and Under Fire still leave room for a stand out song much like Portrait of the debut Let The Children Play.Vastly underrated band as good as anyone out there and better than most,buy them all you can't go wrong.


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