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Category: Melodic Hard Rock
Label: Metal Heaven
Catalog Number: MH00072
|1.||Fighting For Your Love||Listen|
|2.||Here Comes The Heartache||Listen|
|4.||Don't Count On Me||Listen|
|7.||Walking On Smiles||Listen|
|9.||It Takes More Limited Edition Bonus Track||Listen|
|10.||As Snow White Found Out||Listen|
|11.||Station To Station|
|12.||Just Another Perfect Day Japanese Bonus Track||Listen|
|13.||Falling Reprise Limited Edition Bonus Track||Listen|
|14.||Station To Station||Listen|
|15.||Just As She Smiles||Listen|
|16.||Hey Girl Alternate Version||Listen|
|17.||Fighting For Your Love Alternate Version||Listen|
|18.||Station To Station Alternate Version||Listen|
|19.||Falling Reprise Alternate Version||Listen|
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|From: the rocker||Date: July 3, 2009 at 20:49|
|I Don't Know What To Say.I Like It, But There's Something Missing.If You Like Fair Warning You Will Like This.|
|From: Geoff||Date: July 21, 2009 at 18:11|
|I should start off by saying that I have never liked this band. Even though I think their first 3 albums are okay ('Go' being the best) I think they're highly over-rated and the albums that follow 'Go' are just pure trash, imo. So keep that in mind that I was always going to be harsh on this, but imo this is pure and utter shit. The first song is okay, starting along in traditional Fair Warning form. But after that it's just repetitive, droning crap. I just find these guys extremely samey and boring, and this album highlights this.|
|From: z4roxx||Date: July 26, 2009 at 10:15|
|I've decided to not listen to nothin'about this one because I'll wait my personal original copy(don't know when ahahaha).It's evident the first 3 discs are their best(and personally "Rainmaker" is their greatest disc ever for me)but also "4" was a great one.The last one "Brother's keeper" wasn't so good except maybe a couple of songs and I think this one will be in the same way as the previous but..guys:they are Fair Warning.I think Geoff's comment is more critique about them because this isn't his fave music style,because I still searchin' gooder albums than their 3 discs,at the moment the result is:0.|
|From: george_the_jack||Date: July 26, 2009 at 11:24|
|Not thrilled with the comeback of the german veteran hard rockers.Slightly above average release. An 7,5 out of 10 rating gives justice IMO.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: August 7, 2009 at 21:09|
|If one thing makes this german band relevant among others is that they hardly record a bad album (even though the comments above stated a different point of view and somehow not too optimistic about this album)in my case i enjoyed it 100%!!!...great opener track "Fighting For Your Life",then the first "hit" "Don't Count On Me","Falling"(love the groove of the song)and "Station To Station" are the highlights at least 4 me but sure the whole album delivers great and catchy songs.For fans of Fair Warning only???,i dunno but if you are into melodic stuff then get this one.92/100|
|From: z4roxx||Date: September 20, 2009 at 9:08|
|Sadly their magic touch is over.This one is very good like the previous one but far from their 90's stuff.Long live to the Godz anyway!!|
|From: edwithmj||Date: September 16, 2011 at 20:33|
|A very good album indeed. Powerful vocals and songs with the great vocals of Tommy Heart. Nothing is going to better their first two albums for me but I can't help feeling that if this were released as their first album, everyone would be raving about a fantastic debut. It's best to judge albums on their own merit for this reason. My favourite songs are Fighting For Your Love, Here Comes The Heartache, Holding On and Falling.|
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