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I love every song on this (even 'Mr Heartache', finally) but my fave has to be 'Get you on the run'. Love it. 'Conspiracy' is probably 2nd, but they all kick ass. Immensely.

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I agree that this is a killer disc except for "Party All Over". That seems to be a wasted track. My choice went to "Conspiracy".

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What, pick only ONE song from a perfect CD? Are you crazy? It's like going to the Playboy Mansion and being asked to pick which girl is the hottest...a truly impossible task.

 

But if I must narrow it down to just one song, then I have to go with "Conspiracy."

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Conspiracy!!!

 

FANTASTIC melody line!

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This was a no-brainer for me...

Gimme One More Night is my fave by a mile!!!!

Second would be the remake of Get You On The Run..

 

 

Who orignally did 'Get You on the Run'?

I wasn't aware it was a cover.

 

It's on thier first release Scratch And Bite.

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This was a no-brainer for me...

Gimme One More Night is my fave by a mile!!!!

Second would be the remake of Get You On The Run..

 

 

Who orignally did 'Get You on the Run'?

I wasn't aware it was a cover.

 

It's on thier first release Scratch And Bite.

Yeah, what Bob said. They covered themselves. :) I was never a big fan of the original to be honest. It was okay, but nothing compared to the amazing remake, which as per my vote, ended up being my favourite song on this disc.

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This was a no-brainer for me...

Gimme One More Night is my fave by a mile!!!!

Second would be the remake of Get You On The Run..

 

 

Who orignally did 'Get You on the Run'?

I wasn't aware it was a cover.

 

It's on thier first release Scratch And Bite.

I was never a big fan of the original to be honest.

 

I've only listened to it a couple of times very mellow compared to the rest of their stuff.

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I voted for "Hunger", but "Conspiracy" wouldn't have been far behind.

 

Compared to "Dreamhunter" this album was just okay IMO....

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Conspiracy!

 

and what a huuuuge solo!!!!!! :bowdown::yikes:

Yeah, I agree. One of, if not my all-time favourite guitar solo. F*cking amazing.

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