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Category: Melodic Rock

Year: 1983

Label: Majestic Rock

Catalog Number: MAJCD015


Hamie lead vocals
Gary Moat drums
Punky Mendoza lead guitar
Brian Waugh bass
Gordon Bonnar lead guitar


1.  In and Out of Love  3:53
2.  Broken Heart  4:17
3.  Love on the Run  4:04
4.  Love Times Love  4:03
5.  Victims of the Night  5:24
6.  Rock Me  5:02
7.  Shout It Out  3:43
8.  Devil in Her Eyes  5:12
9.  Hell Is Beautiful  4:13
10.   Roll the Dice bonus track  4:05
11.  Shadows of The Night bonus track  4:42
Total Running Time:  48:38

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From: prickteeza Date: April 18, 2002 at 15:52
its gotta be big

From: Steve T Date: July 26, 2002 at 11:43
It's actually called Lettin' Loose and would have been even better than it is if Brian May hadn't made a mess of the production.

From: Andre Tekken Date: July 31, 2002 at 11:54
I recently bought this on CD,I must say that this record in particular doesn't fit in the AOR cathegory!This first effort sounds a lot like early Def Leppard(a bit more straight ahead and hard hitting) with kind of Saxon's vocals a bit more high piched!True hard,heavy,honest,heartfelt early 80's rock!Din't understand wy they faded away??!A must have inbetween NWOBHM entusiasts!Seriously do NOT expect aor from this one!Pure early 80's british(heavy) hard rock !Good guitar arrengments!89/10!:d!!

From: Metal Man Date: October 9, 2002 at 16:50
Good classic 80s british rock/metal in the vain of early lepard or UFO.

From: Todd Date: February 20, 2003 at 0:45
Truly in top 10 of 80's releases....A gem

From: Fog-hat Date: May 20, 2003 at 14:56
A decent but somewhat mixed up album. At times the group has an early 80's American metal sound similar to Savage Grace or NWOBHM bands. Several of the tracks sound like Britny Fox. This band fits in with both the Hard rock and Metal Genre. Despite no clear direction, this is still a good band that could have been big.

From: JB Date: November 7, 2003 at 6:40
Rock Me impresionante. Sublime...

From: Hawkeye Date: March 14, 2004 at 2:04
One of the BEST 80's albums released. Every song rocks with an energy. Hamie's vocals are so unique and fit this group perfectly. Too bad the other albums aren't like this first one. A Must Have!!

From: Endika Date: May 3, 2004 at 7:07
I have this one,but with diferent artwork,and his name is lettin loose. Is a great hard rock album with the increible devil in her eyes song!!! If you like 80's hard rock don wait more!!! 9,5/10

From: Nick C Date: December 16, 2004 at 16:24
This is an excellent CD the band should've been huge as they had the talent and the songs. The release was produced by Mack (Billy Squier / Queen) and it sounds as good today as it ever did. You cannot play Love on the Run without getting the old air guitar out I swear! Me and some friends had tickets to see them around the time of this release in a little club in Chorlton but the gig got cancelled so we went on a pub crawl!!! I've only got it on vinyl time to find the CD!

From: jason (FA-Q) Date: January 1, 2005 at 18:16
I just saw a video from this band on VH1 Classic, and holy shit do these guys suck! That singer is crap!!..... CRAP I SAY!

From: Chad Date: January 1, 2005 at 19:07
I disagree Jason. While Hamie's voice is different, it is not crap. Unique is more like it and I dig it. The production on this one is really watered it down. There are some great songs on this album. Rock ain't dead rocked harder and is more what the band is like live. Hamie's band Chyld is pretty good too. More mellow but good music. This is a very good album, especially for 1993. Over 20 years old and I still listen to it. Good stuff.

From: Chad Date: January 1, 2005 at 19:13
Oops. I meant 1983.

From: pt88 Date: January 27, 2005 at 21:45
I saw the video to and I thought they sucked. The singer came of kind of whiny, and uninspired. They might come off beter just heard on record then video. Who knows ?

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: October 15, 2006 at 22:46
Very Good Hard Rock album, hora de relajarse con una cajetilla de cigarros y buena musica como debe de ser el disco es puro Hard Rock y del bueno aca la voz Hamie no se agudiza como con los dos siguientes discos, un hard rock del 83 arriba veo que lo comparan con los Leppard pero ojo no al Pyromania que justo es de este a'o ese album es de otra dimension quiza a su High 'n Dry un pero tampoco a ese nivel de ese majestuoso disco, personalmente 4/5, a Blue Charvel le doy 5/5 jaja que divertido

From: underworld king Date: May 8, 2017 at 0:01
A friend of mine picked this up on cassette back in 84 and we really enjoyed it back then along with Great Whites self titled debut and Pantera's Projects in the Jungle. All three were great releases and made that summer memorable along with the other great releases that year.

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