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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Metal Legions Records
Catalog Number: ML 004
|1.||On the Prowl||3:26|
|3.||Love Ain't No Reason||3:09|
|5.||One Step Too Far||2:41|
|6.||We're An American Band||3:34||Cover: Grand Funk Railroad|
|7.||Go For Your Guns||2:44|
|9.||Hold on You||3:51|
|10.||Led to the Rock||2:31|
|12.||Little Lady Lover/Climax||3:53|
|Total Running Time:||37:58|
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|From: Reverend Mayhem||Date: August 2, 2013 at 10:10|
|"The Next Van Halen!" was the heraldic cry surrounding this band. This was 1982, and my high school mate's original vinyl spun a few times in anticipation. If you hear the album you'll understand why VH needn't have feared dethroning. A couple tough riffs ("California Rhythm," "One Step Too Far") don't make up for the shit-tastic production (which was meant to simulate the Templeman one-channel guitar blueprint) and PJ's overwrought bellowing. Covering "We're An American Band" is an embarrassing attempt at self-glorifying promotion ("Dude! American Metal, American Band? Get it? That'll ROCK!" douchery). Spitz (bass) & Woodward (drums), the clear stars here, would go on to careers with more important bands (Sabbath, Shark Island). Metal? No. Van Halen? Hardly. Worth it for the novelty. 60 / 100.|
|From: Japangea||Date: August 5, 2013 at 12:22|
|Both the band's name and its title say it all.An average album but you want to listen to this once in a while.|
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