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Category: Hard Rock
Catalog Number: 9 45391-2
|1.||She's My Machine|
|2.||Everybody's Got The Monkey|
|5.||A Little Luck|
|6.||Cheatin' Heart Cafe|
|7.||Hey, You Never Know|
|8.||No Big 'Ting|
|9.||You're Breathin' It|
|10.||Your Filthy Little Mouth|
|14.||You're Breathin' It Urban NYC Mix|
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|From: Dragonfly||Date: December 16, 2001 at 19:15|
|The only place you see this cd is in the dollar bin at your local K Mart. I wasted my dollar times 9 when it was released.|
|From: jens||Date: July 20, 2002 at 1:14|
|ok... he was having just TOO much fun now. i don't mind owning it... yoru filthy little mouth makes up for it, You're Breathin' it is neat.|
|From: James||Date: November 6, 2002 at 20:20|
|I have to admitt it, i do like a little country and Travis Tritt is my fav country artist. Tritt's duet on the song Cheatin Heart Cafe is awesome, you have to listen very close to tell when David is singing and when Travis is singing. hey, maybe Travis could sing on a new Van Halen album, everyone gets a turn to front that band.|
|From: MALLORCA´S ROCK||Date: November 25, 2002 at 10:04|
|Blues, reaguee, rock, .... todo en un disco de resultado bastante discreto 5/10|
|From: Ratt72||Date: September 4, 2004 at 20:57|
|Could be better, but there are some good songs like shes my machine, little luck and lands edge...To be on top charts again, Dave should do something like Eat'em Smile album, but a great band like that its hard to find|
|From: Propane||Date: December 3, 2004 at 11:09|
|Travis Tritt!?! No offense to anyone but COUNTRY SUCKS!!! Last nail in the coffin for Dave.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: May 10, 2007 at 21:11|
|"She's my Machine" but he didn't use her here!.Sorry but this is the worst album of the Daimond!(after this one shamely he started to go down the hill).No more comments added,enough said.5/10|
|From: jedilato||Date: June 1, 2008 at 15:04|
|Oh well! I must agree with the posts above, it's downhill from here... The album starts good, with She's My Machine, Everybody's Got The Monkey and Big Train trio, but after... It was 1994 and all of the 80's greats were experimenting with other sounds, instead of doin' what the do the best, rockin' as hell! Fuck the eMpTyV!!!|
|From: 80srocker||Date: February 10, 2015 at 4:58|
|You have to see the album for what it is. Dave always had an inclination with blues and soul music - and that's what he delivers here among some trademark rock tracks, sometimes mingled together. It may not be everybody's taste, but it's one good, well performed album.|
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