Label: Mercury - 6362 076,Vertigo - 6362 076 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Scandinavia • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal
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Very enjoyable guitar play in this solid opener. Sound quality on this one does leave a little to be desired, however, while besting some other contemporary efforts Handsome Beasts debut comes to mind. At least bass is prominent, and that, as we all know — is crucial in this particular sub-category of heavy metal.
Guitar tones are bluesy, and quite light. The mix of tracks on this one is fairly straight down the line. Two Love Is For Heroes - E.F. Band - Last Laugh Is On You three really strong ones, or so boring or weaker ones — and the rest good — not great. So yeah, solid album really. Fairly solid mix of songs, perhaps being not quite as good as stuff like Saxon and Venom — but of definite pass-ability. Fischer is a better guitarist than vocalist however — perhaps the only downpoint.
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