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Label: Angel Air
Catalog Number: SJPCD129
|1.||Stop Looking at Me|
|2.||Shooting All the Lights Out|
|4.||Death of Gog|
|6.||Shot Over Hill|
|7.||Run Away From Home|
|9.||The Bird Has Flown|
|10.||China in Your Heart|
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|From: Jez||Date: June 14, 2013 at 9:31|
|Great band that rose from the ashes of Mr. Big (the UK version). This is notable, not only as a bit of an underground classic, but also as one of 'Mutt' Lange's earlier productions, as well as featuring Pete Barnacle who would be a future member of the excellent Girl. It is hard to pigeon hole this one, it's rock, it's pop, it dabbles it feet in AOR/melodic rock, yet it also has a sound of its own too, thanks to Dicken's grea, unique vocals and songwriting skills. 'Death Of Gog','No Chance','China In Your Heart' and the beautiful pairing of 'Mona Lisa' and 'Jerusalem' are the pick of the bunch, although there are strictly no weak links here. One of my favourite albums of the early 80's and one that still stands up well today. Most excellent.|
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