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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Global Riot Records
Catalog Number: GLOBAL 002
|1.||Waiting for You||4:51||Listen!|
|3.||Nothing But You||4:32||Listen!|
|5.||Made Up Your Mind||3:56||Listen!|
|11.||How Do You Live?||4:27||Listen!|
|Total Running Time:||45:12|
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|From: the game||Date: July 13, 2006 at 10:42|
|This is more Rock/Pop acoustic Rock with some electric guitars thrown in.Don't expect classic BB Steal like their 1st CD with the big Def Leppard hard rock sound.This is way to mellow for me.To many slow songs/fillers that are very basic/average and not enough of the guitar driven Hard Rock.If you like the more mellower side of the newer Def Leppard or Bon Jovi sound then this would be something to check out.The only song that I liked was Follow.Next time plug in the guitars and ROCK! Rated 3/10|
|From: glam_junkie||Date: September 14, 2006 at 19:45|
|Need to be mixed a bit heavier IMO, but turn it up loud and it still rocks. Most of my favourites sit in the first half of the album. As discussed above, comparable to latter mellow Def Lep & Bon Jovi tracks.|
|From: 123charpenay||Date: September 4, 2016 at 11:00|
|after the exceptional "on the edge"this new realise is pityful.it s a modern very hollow pop rock affair.no class,no emotion,nothing only a sad pop rock album.a pity.a shame.|
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