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Category: Melodic Rock
Label: Jam 2 Music
Catalog Number: 825346264127
|1.||Sweet Summer Nights||4:16|
|2.||Carpe Diem (Sieze the Day)||3:58|
|3.||She Wants to Rock||3:46|
|5.||End of the Road||4:00|
|6.||One More Day||4:05|
|8.||Back to Ohio||4:01|
|9.||Busy With Life||3:33|
|10.||On and on||4:02|
|14.||Rock & Roll live||4:36||Cover: Led Zeppelin|
|Total Running Time:||54:40|
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|From: Reverend Mayhem||Date: March 14, 2013 at 9:02|
|Quite good female-fronted Midwest band that sadly never became anything more than an obscurity. GREAT vocals from Gina Hall, up there with the best. The rest of the band are pretty standard, capable players who do what you'd expect of them. Songs are nothing spectacular, but enjoyable on the whole -- tempos mostly on the slower side, giving them a somewhat post-grunge feel. Nothing in-your-face or raucous, mostly laid-back throughout ("Rocket" is the nearest they come to kicking out the jams) with some heavy guitar riffs here and there. Definitely some classic Heart-like qualities throughout, especially in the ballads ("Back To Ohio," "Thank You") with the acoustic guitar stylings and Gina's voice. The opener "Sweet Summer Nights" sets the tone quite nicely. Album production is a bit weak, but not objectionably awful. If you like Heart, Saraya or Harlow (with a bit more modern feel) you should check this out for Gina's performance. 78 / 100|
|From: Doug||Date: March 14, 2013 at 14:48|
|Agree with the Reverend. Vocals are good, but the band is not all that great and indeed the production is underwhelming.|
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