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Category: Hard Rock
Label: AOR Heaven
Catalog Number: AORH3956
|2.||Can't Help Myself|
|5.||Cheap Little Liar|
|8.||Take off Your Mask|
|9.||Love May Have Gone|
|11.||One More Time|
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|From: MetalllianStallion||Date: August 28, 2017 at 7:30|
|It's official the country of Latvia represented in the rock universe on HH. or probably anywhere for that matter. The band's previous EP was pretty generic, but this band is coming along on this release working out the kinks as some tracks are firmly planted in glam/sleaze, but the album wonders in style with no firm identity. Good production, and good vocals with no annoying accent. I was moseying through the album not really overly impressed, when I hit the track "Cheap Little Liar". Gentlemen, drop your linen, and start your grinnin, we have pay dirt. If the band can be more consistent with their next releas finding the glam sweet spot they may have something. Recommendation, don't put your band's album cover in the washing machine before you release it. video "Cheap little liar" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hZsEfXNRzg|
|From: ICA-Hernan||Date: April 7, 2018 at 13:30|
|Great Great album Of Melodic Hard Rock... Simplemente brillante Discazo Discazo Buy or Die. no se arrepentirán están enfrente de una joya del año 2017. todos los temas son espectaculares todas son Brutales! madre santa que disco.|
|From: ICA-Hernan||Date: April 7, 2018 at 13:37|
|Bittersweet Memories de todo el disco que esta buenísimo, me quedo con esta canción es simplemente brillante.|
|From: CC||Date: July 15, 2020 at 18:48|
|Not gonna lie, there is absolutely nothing wrong with this album. It is full of well recorded classic rock music. Only downside is once it finished, I could not remember a single song.|
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