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Artist: Burn Halo

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Category: Modern Hard Rock

Year: 2009

Label: Rawkhead Rekords

Catalog Number: None

Personnel

James Hart Vocals
Joey Cunha Lead Guitar
Aaron Boehler Bass
Ryan Folden Drums
Allen Wheeler Rhythm Guitar

Tracks

1.  Dirty Little Girl  3:48
2.  Save Me  4:00
3.  Here With Me  4:33
4.  Too Late To Tell You Now  3:50
5.  So Addicted  3:18
6.  Dead End Roads & Lost Highways  3:18
7.  Saloon Song  3:43
8.  Our House  3:29
9.  Fallin' Faster  3:32
10.  Anejo  3:50
11.  Back To The Start  3:42
12.  Gasoline  5:25
  
Total Running Time:  46:28

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Geoff Date: October 11, 2009 at 23:38
To be honest, not nearly as good as the killer self titled disc from Eighteen Visions, but a pretty good disc regardless. They do the ol' filler/killer swap all through the album so you have half a disc full of good tracks like 'Here with me', 'Too Late To Tell You Now', 'Saloon song', 'Fallin' Faster', 'Back to the start', which are all ballads, and the only really good rocker on the disc is the closer, 'Gasoline'. It's not perfect, but there's enough good songs to make it worthwhile.

From: metalmaniac777 Date: November 24, 2009 at 9:35
Not the kind of CD that makes you want to incinerate all your other ones because they sound inferior by comparison, but definitely a welcome addition to the collection if you're into dirty, no-frills, sleaze-tinged hard rock. These guys got enough grit and sass to make the devil himself sit up and take notice, and they manage to pull it off without losing sight of those crucial hooks. Speaking of hooks, the ballad-esque tracks definitely feature the bigger, better ones, while the rockers rely a little more heavily on swagger and in-your-face attitude to form their foundation, but all the tracks certainly possess the ability to heat up your stereo speakers. With songs like "Dirty Little Girl," these guys aren't going to sprout angel wings anytime soon and float around on fluffy white clouds while sporting golden halos, but these hard rockin' hellraisers definitely deserve to have their sonic salvo heard.


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