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Singer looks like his father.

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26 minutes ago, The Rocker said:

Singer looks like his father.

Was just thinking that myself upon first view  :) spitting image...better hair though ol' Jim sported the mullet.

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Both those songs sound killer to me. 'Christina' being a real show stopper. These guys remind me of Miss Behaviour's only good album mixed with Care Of Night. 

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Love everything i've heard so far and really looking forward to the album, excellent stuff.

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12 hours ago, kourosofsteel3 said:

Spinning this right now, mein gott! Still constantly playing track 2! :wub::wub::wub:

Wow, as in 'Nothing To Lose?' For me, that's the only weak song on the album. Seriously, easily the weakest song, imo. How odd. :huhsign:

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4 hours ago, Geoff said:

Wow, as in 'Nothing To Lose?' For me, that's the only weak song on the album. Seriously, easily the weakest song, imo. How odd. :huhsign:

It's one of the more unusual tracks but I really like that one. Great part half way through....reminds me a bit of Valentine.

there's a mass of cheese going on here and an abundance of inspiro lyrics. ;)

but that said I do really like the album and the singer sounds great. Just the right side of accent .

 

 

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I have to say listening to this back to back with Groundbreaker I prefer Groundbreaker.

That album is mature and sensational imo. 

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