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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Spinefarm Records
Catalog Number: SPINE765696
|1.||I Bleed Rock N Roll|
|2.||Drop Like a Stone|
|3.||Get the Party On|
|4.||Running With the Dogs|
|7.||She's Too Much|
|8.||Cloud Across the Sun|
|9.||Don't Look Down|
|10.||World on Fire|
|11.||What Is There to Say?|
|12.||Unchain My World|
|13.||Don't Get Mad Get Evil|
|14.||The Seeker||Cover: The Who|
|15.||She Does It Right||Cover: Dr. Feelgood|
|16.||No Matter What||Cover: Badfinger|
|17.||In My Chair||Cover: Status Quo|
|18.||Running With the Dogs acoustic|
|19.||I Bleed Rock N Roll acoustic|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: May 13, 2014 at 20:36|
|Now this is a good disc, right heere! I liked the debut, but didn't love it, so I'm real tickled with the improvements on the second release. The band has the same energy and strut they did three years ago, but the hooks are just that much stronger, and songs like "I Bleed Rock & Roll," "Get The Party On," the title track, ""The Outlaw" and most of the rest just stick in your head right off. In 2014, when you might think you've heard it all by now that's no small achievement. Plus, "Cloud Across The Sun" is a fantastic ballad. The early Tesla comparisons are still in place, with shades of AC/DC (mainly in the riffs and guitar tone), a bit of Dirty Looks, but the smooth, harmonized vocals take things out of the barroom a bit, add a touch of refinement. The singer actually reminds me of Robert Mason a lot on this album. Great stuff!|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: April 13, 2021 at 18:12|
|I don't really think of myself as much of a ballad guy, especially as I've gotten older. But "Cloud Across The Sun" has such a wistful, end-of-summer feel to it, and it remains, strangely enough, my favorite song by the Treatment.|
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