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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Universal Music (Finland)
Catalog Number: 2733094
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Hessu Maxx Drums, Percussion, Backing Vocals|
Jalle Verne Bass, Backing Vocals
Olli Herman Lead & Backing Vocals
Pepe Reckless Guitar, Harmonizer, Backing Vocals
|1. ||Feel My Heat ||3:46|
|2. ||One More Time ||3:36|
|3. ||Badass ||4:04|
|4. ||Love Machine ||3:43|
|5. ||Beautiful Bomb ||3:12|
|6. ||Romance ||3:16|
|7. ||Sex ||4:02|
|8. ||Back To Paradise ||3:56|
|9. ||So Yeah!! ||3:26|
|10. ||Wild Touch ||4:08|
|11. ||Born To Rock ||3:29|
|12. ||Get Electric Cool Edition Bonus Track ||3:38|
|13. ||Back To Paradise Acoustic Cool Edition Bonus Track ||3:31|
|14. ||Hysteria Cool Edition Bonus Track ||4:33|| ||Cover: Def Leppard|
|15. ||Sex Acoustic Cool dition Bonus Track ||3:46|
|16. ||Back To Paradise Remix Cool Edition Bonus Track ||4:21|
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|Total Running Time:|| 60:27|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: March 15, 2010 at 21:55|
|Great disc. The first three songs are all solid, providing a good start to the CD. But they can't prepare you for how mind-blowingly awesome the trio of 'Beautiful Bomb', 'Romance' and the delightful ballad 'Sex' is. All three are amazing, with 'Beautiful bomb' being about the biggest hook possible in years! 'Wild touch' is as good as these three, making four absolutely stunning songs on this CD. 'Back To Paradise' and 'So Yeah!!' are also great pop rockers. The only moderately weak tunes are 'Love machine' and 'Born to rock' but neither is too bad and there is more than enough quality on this to make it essential.
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||Date: March 17, 2010 at 12:30|
|Been looking forward to hearing this one all year, after hearing 'Beautiful Bomb' all over the place, & I am glad to report back that it generally is a killer releaase. A couple of tracks I won't be raving over too much (Love Machine & So Yeah) but there are definitely 9 very good to excellent tracks on here, mostly in the middle to second half of the disc for me - tracks 5-8 are all brilliant with some huge choruses you will be humming for weeks (a better middle section to an album you will not get). My 5 picks go to 'Beautiful Bomb', 'Sex' (mega ballad), 'Back To Paradise', 'Romance' & 'Wild Touch', although I dare say yours will depend on if you like the more glammy type tracks or the more AOR/MR style ones, as there is a nice mix of both on show. Production on here is great too, with a massive drum sound & also of note some really fine guitar work, subtle keys & a great mix too. This years best album so far and really quite excellent stuff.
||Date: March 17, 2010 at 12:55|
|Awesome late 80's glam rock CD!! Oh, it was just released this year in 2010 by the way. "Beautiful Bomb" is the champion here; you can put that on a compilation CD with all your favorite 80's hard rock hits and it would fit right in. There's only 3 songs I don't care for too much and thats tracks 1, 3, and 9 but they're not really bad at all, just weaker than the rest IMO. This CD rocks from start to finish with amazing melodies and huge choruses that will having you clinking beer cans together in the summer days in no time. There are a couple songs that do have a punk sound in spots (mainly the first 2 tracks) that I thought I should mention. But that's insignificant to the rest of the CD since it's a glam rock monster you'll want in your collection. 90/100
||Date: March 23, 2010 at 6:41|
|There some great band coming from the north. Crazy lixx, crashdiet, babylon bombs and now this one. Great production and great songs. 9/10
||Date: March 27, 2010 at 11:08|
|When I first listened to it I could have sworn they were american. Nice summer rockn'roll.
||Date: April 7, 2010 at 15:15|
|me arrisco a dizer que é o melhor disco já feito em 15 anos no mínimo, clássico absoluto!! depois desse lançamento em pleno 2010 eu posso dizer que realmente os anos 80 estão de volta!!
||Date: April 30, 2010 at 8:02|
|Awesome album. I dont think I can add much more to whats already been said, so I wont.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: May 3, 2010 at 16:21|
|Ok guys this is party Glam Rock stuff with good songs and plenty of nice sing along choruses...i bought their cd single and was like a pre warning for what is was coming after..zld mentioned Crazzy Lixx and Crashdiet as probably similar to this lot and well i think Crazy Lixx is the big daddy of them all!.."Feel My Heat" kick starts the album,very good song and the choruses came out flourishing,"One More Time" is in the same line as number 1,"Love Machine" is a blast then we have the AORish one "Beautiful Bomb" that along with "Romance" and "Wild Touch" are my fave ones!..then another highlights are "Sex" which is a very nice ballad" and well we have "Back To Paradise" which is in my personal opinion quite a filler(sounds like an 80's pop song and honestly is a little out of place according 2 the rest of the songs).Anyway good album and if u are a glammer you'll love it!.88/100
||Date: May 6, 2010 at 15:39|
|Now this kind of music comes from the extreme north(I am glad!).Great melodic hard rock with some glam touch ala Crazy Lixx...recommended!!!
||Date: December 8, 2010 at 12:30|
|i respect but i don t understand the others comments.this band play a very weak party rock.it is archi classic.the choruses are simples and sometimes limit ridiculous!
||Date: December 25, 2011 at 15:39|
|Awesome album and band!! Chorals and guitar riffs are S.U.P.E.R. !!! Thank God for this band!!
||Date: June 19, 2012 at 13:40|
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||Date: January 5, 2013 at 3:00|
|i reconize my first comment was a little severe.one half of this record is really excellent track 126.96.36.199.8.10.the other half(confirm my first comment) is very weak track 188.8.131.52.11and 12" get electric" the japan bonus track.the priority is to buy closed eyes their second effort "animal attraction"
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: October 18, 2013 at 20:50|
|I had this one for quite a while before I ever gave it an in-depth listen. These Finns play a rowdy but always melodic brand of '80's hard rock, somewhat like a mix of High 'n' Dry- and Pyromania-era Def Leppard, but with typical guitar flash circa 1989. The best contemporary comparison might be Crazy Lixx. They've got a little of that English-as-a-second-language awkwardness in their lyrics that so many of these European bands have, but there's no denying songs like "One More Time," "Badass" "Back To Paradise," "Wild Touch," and the surprisingly sweet ballad "Sex." The bonus tracks on the "Cool Edition" are mostly good, with a nice cover of "Hysteria," but a terrible dance remix of "Back To Paradise." You could throw this on at a party amid Pyromania, Out Of The Cellar, Under Lock And Key, and Crazy World, and nobody would think anything of it.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: February 17, 2015 at 21:49|
|This is easily the best of the bandd's three releases, and worth it for "Badass" alone, even with its totally clich`e "walk the wire/play with fire" lyrics. The thing is, as much as people like to talk about the new wave of Scandinavian sleaze-rock, "sleazy," "edgy," "gritty," or "dangerous" aren't the word that comes to mind listening to Reckless Love--or Crazy Lixx, Crashdiet or any of the rest, for that matter. In fact, hearing the singer whooping and giggling like a kid playing in the pool on "So Yeah/1" the word that comes to mind is "goofy." A mostly solid disc all around though, although it's too bad neither of the other two are as consistent.
||Date: November 2, 2015 at 13:41|
|finally i ve find this record in "cool edition" at a very low price on ebay.so i decide to order it.finally after many hesitations i ve made a good choice.some fillers on this record.i confirm that tracks 2 and 9 are horrible car these two songs have a choruse very basic ,very simple and limit ridiculous.the others fillers are the three acoustic songs.these songs have no interest.the rest is very great and i can add that "back to paradise" is a mega hit.exceptional!!!the remix cool edition track 16 is a dance version of this atomic bomb.happy people in finland or in scandinavia ,who goes in disco clubs and listen a so extraordinary song.
|From: hair metal again
||Date: September 3, 2016 at 9:53|
|fantastic debut for RECKLESS LOVE and an essential hard rock release for all fans!i had the pleasure of catching them live also for the tour of that album and i m telling you they were very good on stage too and especially the guitar player!i can hear some VAN HALEN,MOTLEY CRUE ,KISS always in the updated mode of nowadays!awesome
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