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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Bad Reputation
Catalog Number: BAD110101
|1.||Never Turn My Back|
|2.||Rock Down This Place|
|3.||On the Road|
|4.||Natural Born Rockers|
|5.||Since You're Not Here|
|6.||Another Saturday Night|
|7.||Raise Your Drinkin' Glass|
|12.||Don't Throw in the Towel|
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|From: Kim HP||Date: June 25, 2011 at 12:13|
|Things get off to a good start with the pairing of "Never Turn My Back" and first single "Rock Down This Place", both competent rockers, although not mind-blowing. "On The Road" takes on a more melodic approach, in the tradition of Danger Danger and Harem Scarem, but it's in track 4 "Natural Born Rockers" we are served the first (and perhaps only) real killer track on show, complete with the big "Hey!" gang shouts and a great chorus. Next up is "Since You're Not Here" and the Sam Cooke cover "Another Saturday Night", of which the first one reminds of Wig Wam at their most radio-friendliest, although not quite in the same class. The rest of the album is a mixed bag, with a few nice rockers ("Don't Throw In The Towel" and "Raise Your Drinkin' Glass", for example) and some average stuff like "Forbidden Fruit" and the Bon Jovi-like ballad "Star".|
|From: Jeff||Date: February 13, 2014 at 8:34|
|I think Kim HP's comments are pretty spot on though I feel I might enjoy this CD just a tad more. Indeed, there are a few average songs, in my opinion Star and Don't Throw In The Towel, but overall a lot of good rockin' going on here. On The Road is my favorite and I can imagine if the band was touring that this song is THE perfect ending to any show. "I'm on my way now, take your wings and fly and may the wind carry you to dance with the stars. Have a nice trip my friends where ever you go, I hope your way it takes you far, maybe, someday we'll meet On The Road." Recommended purchase \m/|
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