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Artist: Beggars and Thieves

Title: Look What You Create

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Beggars and Thieves Look What You Create Album Cover


Category: AOR

Year: 1997

Label: MTM Music (Germany)

Catalog Number: 199619


Lou Merlino vocals
Ron Mancuso guitar, bass
Bobby Chouinard drums
Jim Vallance keyboards


1.  What's Going On  
2.  Red Rose Parade  
3.  Price of Mercy  
4.  Soul Confession  
5.  Stranger  
6.  Shine a Light  
7.  Mystify  
8.  Mad Dog Wine  
9.  True to Yourself  
10.  Look What You Create  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Paulo_Fernandes Date: July 29, 2003 at 17:35
I thought this one wasn't even close to the debut in terms of quality... boy i was wrong !! - great songs and a worthy sucessor, invest

From: M. Allen Date: August 1, 2003 at 12:36
Sorry, but this doesn't match the debut. The songs aren't as strong, the hooks aren't as memorable, and that's saying something, considering the debut was good but not great. If you're looking for some killer melodic hard rock, look elsewhere. If you're looking for a new coaster, then by all means, pick this up. Admittedly, some fans will enjoy this more than others, but it's definitely the worst album in the band's discography. I looked at what the band created and it was not very good...

From: John Date: August 2, 2003 at 12:53
If you can deal with the style change (definitely bluesier & more laid back) then it's a good Beggars & Thieves album. If you're looking for something in the S/T vein, you're better off not picking this one up. Price of Mercy & Shine A Light are big time highlights of this record.

From: OREN Date: July 28, 2004 at 15:40

From: David Date: August 8, 2004 at 2:15
The BEST album from 1997 EASILY!!!!

From: Aussie Dave Date: March 9, 2005 at 16:43
The long lost second B&T album. 7 years we had to wait for it, and was it worth the wait? Yes and No! Half this album is killer, the other half as they say, is filler! Too many duds on this album to make it memorable, but the good songs are great! Whats Going On, Price Of Mercy, Stranger, True To Youself and Shine A Light are gems. Besides True To Yourself, the others are more laid back, but are still brilliant! Was expecting better after a lengthy wait. 7/10....

From: Geoff Date: March 10, 2005 at 5:57
Flicking through my old Kerrangs I was told many times that this was a very good band, so I did the right thing and got all their CDs. I was slightly impressed by the debut, but not too any decent extent, but this one... well, I think I've heard it once, and even then didn't get through the whole thing I don't think. Very boring release, IMO.

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From: Blue Charvel Date: September 22, 2005 at 13:25
First off, I love Lou's voice and I think it's highly underrated. It's a bit more laid back as stated above, but I don't think that's all bad, it's still catchy and easily recognisable as the same band. "Price of Mercy", "Stranger", "Shine a Light", there's a lot of good stuff on here. If you liked the debut, and you like your rock on the bluesy side with some AOR'ish songwriting I think you'll like this.

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