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Label: Tl Education Services
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|3.||Tryin to Be Me|
|7.||I Need You|
|9.||Makin Me Crazy|
|10.||Watch You Lose|
|12.||Hello again acoustic version|
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|From: CC||Date: February 28, 2009 at 17:04|
|I really wasnt hugely impressed with the Methods of Mayhem album, and the first solo album was hit or miss, but I absolutely loved this album right from the first time I played it. Gone is the rap music that filled the MOM album, and half the 1st solo album, and instead we get more of the mellow modern rock that filled out the rest of the 1st solo album. Not necessarily goona appeal to Crue fans, but anyone who appreciates chilled out rock, with some slight modern touches, should like this one!|
|From: Doug||Date: May 23, 2022 at 15:20|
|Was listening to this other day, it's not bad. Yeah. Tommy is never going to win any singing awards, but worth a listen, IMO.|
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