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Year: 2017 (1989)
Label: Melodic Rock Records
Catalog Number: MRR056
|1.||Ride the Storm||Listen|
|2.||Looking for You||Listen|
|3.||I Fall Back||Listen|
|4.||Don't Look Down||Listen|
|5.||Maybe You'll Believe Me Now||Listen|
|6.||I'd Do It All Over Again||Listen|
|7.||Every Time We Say Goodbye||Listen|
|8.||Feelin' Stronger Every Day||Listen||Cover: Chicago|
|9.||After The Way||Listen|
|10.||Johnny Ain't So Cool||Listen|
|11.||Through the Eyes of Love 2nd disc bonus track|
|12.||Looking for Juliet 2nd disc bonus track|
|13.||Let's Talk About Love 2nd disc bonus track|
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|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: June 17, 2017 at 12:13|
|Pleasant Southern Rock/AOR release typical of the guys who have been involved with 38 Special ..." I Fall Back","After The Way" & "Johnny Ain't So Cool" are the ones for me...tracks 2,4 & 7 are also good cuts as well.84/100|
|From: 123charpenay||Date: August 29, 2017 at 6:21|
|for obscure reasons this jewel never see the light of day in 1989.thanx to andrew mc neice from melodic rock records to put right this error.the list of the musicians who plays on this record is impressive.the very high quality is at the rendez vous.this masterpiece is at the same level than the 38special s records of the eightieis."looking for you" is a real hit totally in the vein of 38special.."ride the storm" and "after the way" are the best songs of this realise.these two songs are two atomic bombs.all the other songs are really excellent.if you re fan ,like me,of 38special this cd is for you.impossible to be disapointed.the ice on the cake is that we have three bonus tracks.track 12 "looking for juliet "is a poor ballad wich have no interest .but "through the eyse of love" and "let s talk about love" are two super songs ,two hits wich deserve to be directly on the record not add in bonus tracks."ride the storm" is the best surprise of 2017.|
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