Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Bone Against Steel
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
The Southern rocking band's first foray on a newly-reconstituted-at-the-time Charisma Records (division of Virgin Records), their first effort not on longtime label A&M. They followed their well honed formula of power roc... more »
The Southern rocking band's first foray on a newly-reconstituted-at-the-time Charisma Records (division of Virgin Records), their first effort not on longtime label A&M. They followed their well honed formula of power rock with a softer edge for this affair and fits in well with the times or many bands trying to make it in the 90's, as the rise of Nirvana took hold of the world.
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tHEO maniatakos | Melb, Australia | 09/12/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
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Banoni & Buningning | NC, USA | 12/24/2005
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"Max Carl is awesome. Sometimes it gets harder for me to listen to the old 38 special because of this album. I'm only talking about the tunes with Max on vox. Donnie songs are very boring. Strength in Numbers is still a favorite because most of the songs are sung by Don Barnes and man he can play lead so good too. I wish Don and Max can play together. That would be the greatest 38 special album."
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The Footpath Cowboy | Kingston, NY United States | 09/13/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"It's axiomatic that .38 Special were never in a class with the Allman Brothers Band, Lynyrd Skynyrd, the Marshall Tucker Band, or the Outlaws, yet all of their albums (except DRIVETRAIN) had great songs on them and deserve 5 stars. BONE AGAINST STEEL is no exception. It's got some not-so-great songs (you need friends in order to be able to tolerate "Last Thing I Ever Do"), but "The Sound Of Your Voice" (the album's biggest hit); "Rebel To Rebel"; and the title song more than make up for whatever shortcomings the CD may have. This was the best AOR album released in 1991, but unfortunately, with Guns 'N' Roses, Skid Row, Nirvana, and Pearl Jam being the flavors du jour at the time, it had no chance of being as big a hit as it deserved to be."