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    streaming for free over at pro-rock.com:

    http://www.pro-rock.com/index.cfm?page=headlines&hid=277

    Listen to the new Earth Rocker album in its entirety before the album comes out Tuesday, March 19.

    Check it out.  what do you think?

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    At work right now, but I hope it's better than their last album. Ugh.
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      I listened to a few tracks. They were OK. But didn't blow my mind.
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      • slvrsrpnt
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        I hit Best  Buy and bought this one today....and the 1st two Cars CDs as well ($4.99 a pop, it was hard not to!)


    • #4
      I'd love to know what you think of it.
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      • slvrsrpnt
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        GreatDane wrote:
        I'd love to know what you think of it.

        I haven't had a chance to really listen to it yet.  I'll rip it and listen to it going to and from work for a few days and will see if it clicks or not.


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      Had a chance to spin this thing 5 or 6 times in the last few days.  Very solid release, my favorite since Robot Hive/Exodus (From Beale Street to Oblivion and Strange Cousins from the West weren't bad records, this one is just better).  There isn't really a stinker on it, and it is a bit more straight forward on the metal / hard rock side as opposed to the last 2 bluesier records.  They toured with Motorhead quite a bit on the last release and was said to have influenced the writing process on this new one.

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      • GreatDane
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        slvrsrpnt wrote:

        Had a chance to spin this thing 5 or 6 times in the last few days.  Very solid release, my favorite since Robot Hive/Exodus (From Beale Street to Oblivion and Strange Cousins from the West weren't bad records, this one is just better).  There isn't really a stinker on it, and it is a bit more straight forward on the metal / hard rock side as opposed to the last 2 bluesier records.  They toured with Motorhead quite a bit on the last release and was said to have influenced the writing process on this new one.


        awesome- thank you for getting back to this thread with your impressions.  i may end up picking this one up.  it seemed pretty solid, the more i listened to it.



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