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Catalog Number: RMED-184
|2.||Fire With Fire|
|3.||Nowhere Left To Run|
|4.||When I Think About You|
|6.||Give Me A Reason|
|9.||International Language Of Dance|
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|From: Reverend Mayhem||Date: December 13, 2012 at 9:23|
|This albums screams "1980s Movie Soundtrack" -- you can just picture them as the band playing in the local teen club hangout in a bad John Hughes knockoff film. Everything about it exemplifies the worst of that era's female-fronted semi-rock bands (think Nu Shooz): Heavy on the keyboard with thin-toned guitars and a generic female vocalist, bland cookie-cutter '80s songs of the type that have as much grit as any Debbie Gibson song ever released. There's a reason bands like this never hit it big: they were a dime a dozen, hoping to cash-in on the basic sound of the times and exhibiting no standout qualities or musical initiative. Deservedly forgotten. 40/100.|
|From: 123charpenay||Date: December 13, 2012 at 14:09|
|ok with the "reverend" this record is very rare but very weak.only one good song track 2.the rest is awful.absoluty without any interest save your money!!!!|
|From: Doug||Date: December 14, 2012 at 10:34|
|You two need to lay off smoking the hippie lettuce. I have this album. Yeah, itís got some of that 80's schmaltz to it (i.e. "Taboo" and "International Language"), but "Fire With Fire" rocks (which is from a movie, I think of the same name) and the rest are also decent tracks. "When I Think About You" is a good rock ballad.|
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