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Looking for Freedom
David Hasselhoff
Looking for Freedom
Genres: World Music, Pop, Broadway & Vocalists
 
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All Artists: David Hasselhoff
Title: Looking for Freedom
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Sony Bmg Europe
Release Date: 6/21/1989
Album Type: Import
Genres: World Music, Pop, Broadway & Vocalists
Styles: Europe, Continental Europe
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 4007192600502, 4007194100505, 400719260050

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A Moving Album from the King of Cheese
Da Peace Dogg | 09/29/2004
(1 out of 5 stars)

"This album hits new heights in the cheese department. I thought it could have been Cheddar when I bought it but I discovered that, in fact, it was rotting Brie.

After listening to this album a couple of times I lost the power of sight and attempted suicide. After listening a third time I assaulted myself and then developed an eating disorder. If I am forced to listen to any more of his music or look upon his hugely slappable face again I will disembowel myself and then turn myself inside-out with a coat-hanger.

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Looking for a way out, found freedom instead.
Da Peace Dogg | Hollywood, California - livin' humble | 07/13/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I've read with keen interest some of the reviews from others who have felt shunned or depressed about life and sought solace in David Hasselhoff's musical artistry. Well, I too am one of those people, and at the risk of being repetative, I'd like to share my life of former misery, and expound on how Hasselhoff has turned me around for the better.Some persepective is needed. Starting in my teen years, I was a virtual shut-in, a recluse with no friends, no dreams, no enthusiasm, basically no real life to speak of. Mother pleaded for me to exit my cellar-like room in the basement more often, but her begging fell on deaf ears. Sadly, my Mother and Father endured my constant sorrowful outlook and mood, simply because I was their only son; if I had been anyone else, it would have been hasta la vista...baby. Within the framework of this joyless existence, we all tried to coexist.Though it sounds cliched, and perhaps a bit surprising, I turned to smack by the time I was 32, in order to get through the days. I became a skeletal worm, unrecognizable to Mother and Father, who stared at my pale skin and hallowed-out eyes as if I were a stranger. "Meatloaf Tuesday" and "Pizza Thursday" at the dinner table soon became unbearable for all three of us. (Heck, I never ate anyway, so what difference did it make?)Eventually, I gave up. One day, at my lowest point and refusing to pretend any longer, I walked to the local meat-packing plant where gruff Uncle Charlie has worked for over two decades. My intentions were to hurl myself into the core of the meat grinder. On the way to the plank, I happened by a mini-TV; a factory worker on break was watching "Baywatch," though I didn't know what the show was at the time."Who is that man?" I asked the union worker watching the pint-sized TV.The man gave me an odd look. "David Hasselhoff," he replied. "Check out the chick he's talking to, jack," the gruff man demanded."He is exquisite," was all I could gasp. The worker gave me an even more quizzical look, not that I cared. I have since purchased every single Hasselhoff musical work I could get my hands on, starting with this classic, "Looking for Freedom." Hasselhoff's face, with its gleaming blue eyes, jutting jaw and soft aura, hooked me from day one, but it was his music on this CD that gave me actual hope.I now attend art classes at the local junior college, and might even pursue getting my driver's license someday. Plus, Mother promises me that if Hasselhoff ever tours the area, she will buy tickets for both she and I!!! Father has become less distant around me, and every now and again, with Mother's permission, I am allowed to walk to market by myself and purchase candy and juice!!! (With Mother's money, of course. I do not have a current steady income, but Mother says I may work to that achievement someday.) Thank you, David, for your music has opened my world to limitless, unpredictable realms I never thought were possible!BYE EVERYONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
The best
David Hasselhoff | Planet Zetar | 08/29/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"After listening to the CD for 134 hours non stop my CD player died. Because I could not afford to replace my CD player I ate the CD. It seemed logical at the time? I am posting this from the hospital(Not because of eating the CD but because of what I did with the Jewel Case!)."