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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Hear No Evil Recordings/Cherry Red
Catalog Number: HNEXD006D
|1.||Go With the Flow|
|3.||Loving You (Is All I Can Do)|
|4.||Can't Stop the Rain parts 1&2|
|8.||A Face in the Crowd|
|9.||Road to Paradise parts 1&2|
|11.||A Waste of Time|
|12.||The First Day|
|13.||Love Will Find a Way|
|14.||El Gringo Retro|
|15.||Sleeping With the Past demo|
|16.||You Won't Be Coming Back demo|
|17.||Whipping Boy demo|
|18.||A Girl Like You demo|
|19.||A Pain in My Heart demo|
|20.||This Letter demo|
|21.||Go With the Flow live|
|22.||This World live|
|23.||It Takes Two live||Cover: Marvin Gaye and Kim Weston|
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|From: edwithmj||Date: November 20, 2014 at 19:39|
|I've finally had a listen to this and I have to say it's better than I expected. Luke is a decent singer and provides backup vocals and occasional lead vocals for Thunder. Comparing this to Thunder is probably a mistake but it sounds most like the laid-back style of Giving the Game Away with plenty of acoustic guitars thrown in. The songs themselves are very melodic considering but sound like they were too soft even to go on Giving the Game Away. Recommended not just for Thunder fans but to everyone as this is more than merely a curiosity.|
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