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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Eonian Records
Catalog Number: EONIAN00008
|3.||Never Let Go|
|6.||One Night With You|
|8.||Wake Up Cryin'|
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|From: metalmaniac777||Date: October 26, 2009 at 16:07|
|It must be said upfront that I write for Eonian Records and actually wrote the bio for this album, so maybe I'm biased, but I still rate this as the best CD Eonian has released to date, sporting twice the street-cool swagger of most late 80s hard rock/hair-metal bands. Fans of ballsy, sleaze-tinged groups like Dirty Rhythm, Erotic Suicide, Jones Street, McQueen Street, Ratt, Skid Row, etc. will fall to their knees and thank God like a porn star having multiple orgasms that these songs have finally seen a proper release. This bad boy's guaranteed to get your blood pumping hot enough to slap yo' momma, even if she don't deserve it. From raunchy hard rockers to tender ballads, from heart-tugging lyrics to don't-f*ck-with-me attitude, this band covers all the bases and will have your stereo--and your ears--begging for repeat spins.|
|From: Helix||Date: October 29, 2009 at 17:48|
|I don't think anyone will fall to there knees, or anyone will slap there mama. I will agree they did cover there basis, but like 1000's of bands they would have come and gone. If you like bands like Tuff or Pretty Boy Floyd You will like, hell there is lots bands this band sounds like. Well worth listening to.|
|From: JONBONPIGO||Date: April 28, 2010 at 23:15|
|If you are on this site and listened to anything between 88-92 in this realm of musical tastes (Glam Metal, Hair Metal, Hard Rock, etc....) and loved it then you will most likely be down with this..... As a lover of Skid Row, Bon Jovi, Cinderella, Winger, Slaughter,Dokken, Firehouse, White Lion, etc.... and other sub tier, but not inferior groups...I would recommend this....I give a 6 of 10....for that era...I rate hard...so get this and enjoy. PIGO OUT!|
|From: MrMetal||Date: August 18, 2011 at 16:14|
|I would have to agree that this is one of the better bands that I have heard so far on the Eonian label. There's earliest POISON, some TUFF, PRETTY BOY FLOYD & scant traces of BLACK 'N BLUE all over this. It almost sounds like Michael Hayes tries to sound like both Brett Michaels & Steve Summers. At least 5 of the 11 tracks are above-average rockers while the rest flows along as well. It would be interesting to hear how they sound now since they reuited with 3 original members with the addition of a new bassist & drummer. Rocklahoma..sign em' up!!|
|From: hair metal again||Date: February 24, 2015 at 1:47|
|sensational hair metal release by STRIKE TWICE and one of the best indies i ve ever heard!in fact this is so good that i dont consider it an indie!bombastic guitar driven hair metal music with big riffs,choruses,solos and exceptional ballads are offered all over!ESSENTIAL|
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