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|5.||The Way To Go|
|6.||Caught In the Ride|
|8.||Bang Your Head|
|10.||Take The Fight|
|11.||Rock (Like You Mean It)|
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|From: CC||Date: May 10, 2018 at 18:34|
|I remember seeing Damn Dice some years ago as a support act to some band or another, and while their set was certainly energetic they had one huge fault, a horrible singer. The thankfully replaced him a while later, and next time I saw them they were miles better. I must admit it took me a while to buy this album (and earlier EP) mainly due to so much other stuff coming out all the time, it is easy to overlook and forget a band you want to check out. I finally bought the two CDs and they are a little heavier and a little less glam than I remember, but it is still old school 80s rock. Some really good songs on this, albeit not exactly breaking new ground. Might be a little heavy for the more glammy crowd but that is kinda where it excels. Not a bad first album all in all.|
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