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Artist: High Noon

Title: No Turning Back

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2009

Label: Eonian Records

Catalog Number: Eonian 00002

Personnel

Jim Zappa Lead Vocals
Ken Hitsman Guitars, Backing Vocals
Sam Persons Bass, Backing Vocals
Jaime Harris Drums
Mike Patterson Drums

Tracks

1.  High Noon     Listen
2.  Bad Moon Risin'     Listen
3.  Rude Boy     Listen
4.  Don't Come Runnin'     Listen
5.  Have My Heart     Listen
6.  Skatin' On Thin Ice     Listen
7.  When The Night Calls     Listen
8.  Just Like A Woman     Listen
9.  Who Do You Think You Are?     Listen
10.  Around Midnight     Listen
11.  Faith Hope And Love     Listen
12.  Bed Of Lies     Listen
13.  Weight Of The World     Listen
14.  House Of Glass     Listen

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Geoff Date: June 2, 2009 at 23:01
This one is a little patchy, and the first 3 songs are plain fillers, imo. Especially the dreadful 'Rude Boy'. But to get a full and complete picture of the band that was High Noon, they are essential to the collection. Thankfully, 'Don't come runnin' is a great ballad. 'Have my heart' is also excellent, and one of the best on the disc. 'Skatin' On Thin Ice' and 'When the night calls' are also good and 'Just like woman' is decent. There are a few more okay tracks towards the end of the disc, but those 5 are the best on offer here. It's a patchy affair, but again, an nice addition to any fan of "hair metal".

From: WookieEnthal Date: July 18, 2009 at 21:57
Can't get past the vocals...but it's ok hair metal other than that.

From: rallen399 Date: June 16, 2010 at 15:45
I have to agree with Geoff,there are definitely a few duds here but the majority is really good hair metal.I like the singers voice its kind of raspy in a good way they remind me of Ratt a little.They should gotten a record deal back in the 80's I think they could have been as big as Ratt or any number of bands that did get signed then.

From: MrMetal Date: September 6, 2011 at 12:38
No way this band would've ever been as big as a band like Ratt. The talent was there, but there are very few songs that jump out at you. It's extremely average at best although Jim Zappa's vocals didn't seem to be the problem to me. I got a Jizzy Pearl / Jason McMaster vibe from him that I don't believe hurt the band whatsoever. The music ranged in style from Guns N' Roses, Dangerous Toys & Love/Hate (amongst other modern acts in a negative way), & was by far on a 2nd rate scale. The songs "High Noon", "Bad Moon Risin'", "Have My Heart", "Skatin' On Thin Ice" & "When The Night Calls" are the highlights (with the remainder of the disc being very drab & uneventful).

From: andi Date: July 4, 2012 at 18:24
i canīt believe that some people said this album is average...This album is much better than any "Star-Album" like White Lion or Whitesnake!!Itīs very great Melodic Hardrock and the voice is perfect,guitars are great...also the chorus!!!Wonderful album!!!Buy it suddenly!!


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