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Artist: Thunder

Title: Giving the Game Away

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1999

Label: Eagle Records

Catalog Number: EAGLT046

Personnel

Danny Bowes vocals
Luke Morley guitar
Ben Matthews guitar, keyboards
Gary Harry James drums
Chris Childs bass

Tracks

1.  Just Another Suicide (You Wanna Know)  
2.  All I Ever Wanted  
3.  Giving the Game Away  
4.  You'll Still Need a Friend  
5.  Rolling the Dice  
6.  Numb  
7.  Play That Funky Music  
8.  Til It Shines  
9.  Time to Get Tough  
10.  Its Another Day  
11.  It Could Be Tonight  

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From: Big Papa K Date: June 15, 2004 at 16:21
Can't believe no one else has made a comment on this album. Thunder finally try something new on this album, more acoustic that any of their other albums and very laid back. Sometimes it works such as "Just Another Suicide". Other times it is painfully bad "Play That Funky Music". 5/10

From: FM Date: September 10, 2004 at 19:59
I gotta say that this album is a real grower. It may not tell you that much on a first listen, but granted after a few listens you'll absolutely fall in love with it. I did! More acoustic and introspective than their previous albums, this record rocks when needed ("Rolling the Dice", "Time to Get Tough", etc.) but most of all features some truly beautiful and moving songs like "Til it Shines", "All I Ever Wanted", "You'll Still Need a Friend" or "It could be Tonight". A brilliant album! 8.5/10

From: Joe Date: October 26, 2004 at 12:17
By the way, the album was released 1999. www.hardnheavy.net

From: edwithmj Date: February 21, 2011 at 11:04
I agree with FM, this one's a real grower. This starts off brilliantly with Just Another Suicide, All I Ever Wanted (very mellow ballad) and Giving The Game Away. Play That Funky Music is a low point for sure and really doesn't fit in the album at all. Still, a good disc for fans and newcomers alike.

From: hair metal again Date: May 1, 2013 at 2:05
excellent release as expected by the great THUNDER!more acoustic as said above ,but it has its rockin moments as well!the important thing is always the songwriting which is as usual in the highest level!i d say that this is a classic THUNDER release more or less!


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