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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Escape Music
Catalog Number: ESM339
|1.||Because Of You|
|2.||Age Of Fear|
|5.||Ride Like Hell|
|7.||More Than You Know|
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|From: MetalllianStallion||Date: February 14, 2020 at 5:52|
|Wasn't expecting much from this one with the name of the band sounding like a love child spawned by Al Gore and Leonardo Dicaprio. The claim to 80's fame is Greg Fraser the guitarist from Brighton Rock and some singer I've never heard of wrote most of the album. It's a pleasant surprise as this is harder edged classic MHR style rather than his previous keyboard driven 80's band style. The songs grow on you after a couple spins as the the musicianship is strong, so I tip my hat to these Cannucks.|
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