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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Nuclear Blast
Catalog Number: NBA38842
|2.||When The Night Comes In|
|3.||Dancing With The Wrong Girl|
|4.||Who Rides The Tiger|
|5.||Cold War Love|
|6.||Testify Or Say Goodbye|
|7.||Thinking About You Could Get Me Killed|
|8.||True Blue Kid|
|9.||Ticket To Rise|
|10.||Letting Go Of Me|
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|From: nobycane74||Date: April 20, 2017 at 18:47|
|Another Thin Lizzy, er I mean Black Star Riders album has fallen upon us. Really nothing too earth shattering here, an enjoyable album to listen too, as it is pretty much the same elements and formula as the previous two albums. However, I was more impressed with track #11 (the bonus track) as it really offers an alternate element to the bands writing style as it meanders off the beaten path of the more recognizable sounding tracks on the album itself. Its a little more maturer album than the previous two (not too much), but there is a learning curve I can tell they are trying to establish without repeating themselves too much. HIGHLIGHT TRACKS: #1,2,4,6,8,10 (11,bonus track) MY RATING: 75/100|
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