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Category: Hard Rock
Catalog Number: 830 178-2
Randy Bachman lead vocals, guitar|
Blair Thornton guitar, backing vocals
C.F. Turner lead vocals, bass
Robbie Bachman drums, percussion
Frank Trowbridge slide guitar On Blue Moanin'
|1. ||Not Fragile ||4:05|
|2. ||Rock Is My Life, and This Is My Song ||5:00|
|3. ||Roll on Down the Highway ||3:56|
|4. ||You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet ||3:54|
|5. ||Free Wheelin' ||3:44|
|6. ||Sledgehammer ||4:30|
|7. ||Blue Moanin' ||3:42|
|8. ||Second Hand ||3:30|
|9. ||Givin' It All Away ||3:46|
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|Total Running Time:|| 36:07|
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||Date: March 21, 2015 at 19:15|
|This album is a fan favourite as it has a lot of their most well-known hits such as the hard rockin' Not Fragile with its instantly recognisable bass line, the even harder Rock is My Life, Roll on Down the Highway with its timeless riff, the tremendously catchy and melodic You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet with its stuttering, jovial lyrics lyrics and the AC/DC-ish Sledgehammer. I must say, that the rest of the tracks aren't to be ignored either and the dualing solos of Randy and Blair Thornton on Second Hand and Free Wheelin' make very good listening too.
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