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||Date: September 22, 2011 at 7:10|
|The remastered re-release of this album by Spinefarm features a slightly different track order, and a couple of extra tracks. Strangely it lists Stone cold love as a standard track and I will be there as a bonus track. "Drink, Fuck, Fight" which doesnt appear to be on the original version is listed as a standard track as well. The other bonus track is an acoustic version of Just tell me why.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: November 25, 2013 at 20:39|
|I've heard these guys compared to Cry Of Love, which to me is off-base, but for a similar bluesy '70's swagger. Maybe a Cry Of Love with the guitars cranked way up. Shades of Buckcherry and a little early Tesla appear as well. The guitars are so loud they almost drown the singer, obscuring some of the vocal hooks. I actually think the acoustic version of "Just Tell Me Why," might've helped things up a bit, but oh well. It's generally not in my nature to complain about things being "too loud." It's good, no-frills rock 'n' roll with guitar chops to spare, some nice harmonies, and tons of energy. Highlights are "The Doctor," "I Want Love," 'Nothing To Lose But Our Minds" and "Shake The Mountain."
|From: hair metal again
||Date: April 12, 2016 at 8:39|
|pretty good debut for THE TREATMENT and i think that Doghouse Reilly hits the spot with his words and you get a real good idea what these guys do!everything is in a certain level and they sound familiar ,but can t find anything blowminding!at least they dont pretend to be rockers like many new bands do!nice little addition to my collection
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