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|2.||Liv'n Lov'n & Die'n|
|3.||Falling In Love|
|4.||Free The Hearts|
|5.||When Doves Cry For The World|
|6.||House Of Pain|
|7.||Mrs. Brown's Daughter|
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|From: Rafo Phoenix||Date: July 10, 2010 at 17:16|
|Very Good MHR/Hard Rock, agree with the only rating here by Scottish Blood "True Love, Falling In Love & Free The Hearts" my fav tracks, Keith Galloway looks like my friend Robert another Good Indie Band & album, 85/100.|
|From: meathook||Date: May 15, 2012 at 17:34|
|Hey Rafo Phoenix, I'd really like to listen to this. How can I contact you?!?|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: February 9, 2013 at 19:37|
|Production pretty average and nothing really extraordinary IMHO...melodic HR with a metal edge here and there,vocals could be aweful from time 2 time..."True Love","Falling In Love","When Doves Cry For The World" & "House Of Pain" are the ones that i liked...70/100|
|From: desiodom75||Date: November 7, 2015 at 10:12|
|Here we're in front of one of the rarest cd,so called holy grails of all indies out in HR/MHR field all-times;Easy to say that this works is a masterpiece with great and clean vocals,full of heavy ballads and huge rock anthems;only 7 songs but eyes wide open,'cause if you have a chance grab it..getting worth bring it in any serious collection.95/100; CREDITS: Keith Galloway:Lead vocals; Brett Garrett:Guitars; Marty Lynchrums; D.D Boutros:bass Guitar.|
|From: Grimlord||Date: October 31, 2017 at 11:40|
|one of the most elusive MHR indie CDs ever! Coming out of Bakersfield California these guys were great. They emerged from another band called Prisoner and only existed for a few short years. Desio above my comment is spot on with his review.|
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