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Label: Her Majesty's Music Room
Catalog Number: FB10C518
|2.||Got Me Feelin' Sexy|
|3.||Inside of Me|
|4.||That All Depends|
|5.||Baby I'm Not a Bitch|
|6.||Everything Is Alright|
|7.||The Great Escape|
|8.||Don't Think He's Ever Comin' Home|
|9.||Cross My Heart|
|10.||All the Rivers|
|11.||Till the End of Time|
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|From: beanboy||Date: June 10, 2011 at 3:51|
|For the first 30 seconds you think, "hmm is this a Shania Twain album?", then the guitar kicks in and you are in AOR heaven! The first three tracks are all amazing, but the quality is high all over this record. This is Robin's best album since the tremendous debut "Trouble or Nothing" and it may even better. Production is slick and the songwriting and playing are great. I can't think of a better female fronted AOR album in many years. Even Saraya's first album is bettered by this one - and that's saying something. Surely a contender for Best CD of 2011 on HH? Don't miss it!|
|From: 123charpenay||Date: July 5, 2011 at 13:42|
|ok with beanboy.superb album.a must have.fans of female a o r records this cd is for you.no fillers.very hight class from the start to the end.a priority in 2011.buy buy buy!!!!!!|
|From: mikey2k||Date: November 13, 2011 at 5:49|
|You can tell Robin, James Christian, & Tommy Denander had great focus on this album...definitely a great album!!! Wish Robin would get some exposure in the USA or Canada. Just buy this album...you won't be disappointed.|
|From: lukemaz||Date: October 10, 2013 at 0:35|
|Okay folks Robin's debut album was NOT Trouble or Nothing, it was Sweet Talk which was released in 1979. This is a good album. The mixing could have been better but it's not a bad album. Many highlights on this album. Too bad the follow up wasn't as pleasing as this.|
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