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Seven (Reis)
Enuff Z'Nuff
Seven (Reis)
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
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All New Material from These 80's Rockers.


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All Artists: Enuff Z'Nuff
Title: Seven (Reis)
Members Wishing: 3
Total Copies: 0
Label: Spitfire
Release Date: 3/7/2000
Album Type: Original recording reissued
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
Styles: Power Pop, Glam, Pop Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 670211500929


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All New Material from These 80's Rockers.

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One of their best!!
thundermeetsl | CORDOVA, TN United States | 12/30/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I honestly believe that these guys cannot make a bad cd. The production on this one is great. It is more polished than previous albums and not as raw but it has a 'freshness' to it that was very welcome to my ears.There are some very good songs on this cd as can be expected by this band. The opening song 'Wheels' is one that you can get hooked on with the first listen. '5 Smiles Away' has a Beatles influence that works very well with the song. You also have the nice ballad 'You And I' that shows a bit more of the vocal talent of Donnie Vie. There is also a cool John Lennon cover on this cd with the song 'Jealous Guy' that fits in great for this album.I highly recommned this album to any fan of this band or those who like Cheap Trick,The Beatles,or great music in general."
A Chicago band with intense appeal...
Juliette Miranda | Chicago | 07/17/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I'm a Chicago-girl who has grown up listening to Enuff Z Nuff. There has never been a band so likeable, or so unforgettable. Seven is such a warm and appealing ablum; it is, by far, EZN's best since (the unequivocal) Strength album. Although much of this album is comprised of previously unreleased material from EZN's archives, the songs show a true modern flair due to the remastering and mixing. Additionally, Donnie Vie's vocals display an exceptional solidness that previous albums were lacking; Donnie has the most unique voice in the business and he really knows how to use it. Songs like "It's No Good" and the heartbreaking "We Don't Have To Be Friends" not only have Donnie singing in a clear train of emotion, but bring out more of Chip Z Nuff's backing vocals. The effect is unforgettable. As well, songs like "So Sad To See You" and the cover of "I won't Let Yo Go" thrive on that charismatic EZN groove. Vie and Z Nuff have been creating some of the most heartfelt and sparkling songs out there, reminding a person that rock music is more about emotion and creativity than anything else."
This is a good album with a bad rap.
Taylor Sapp | Los Angeles, CA USA | 09/08/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Ok, now I've seen a lot of complaints about this album being "too soft". Well, I own all of Enuff Z'Nuff's albums, and while this isn't one of my favorites, I actually think it might be their most accessible. This, quite simply, is a solid album all the way through. Despite a goofy intro, "Wheels" is a great mid-paced rocker as well. But there are so many great songs on this album: "Down Hill", "You and I", "On my Way Back Home", "So Sad to See You"...Even "Clown on the Town" which is a country song, is tight and tuneful. I must admit however that this album is much softer than STRENGTH or ANIMALS WITH HUMAN INTELLIGENCE, comparable to Firehouse's new album, CATAGORY 5. If you judge music based solely on how good it is, rather than how heavy, I guarentee you will like this album if you give it a chance. When I first bought this album I wasn't very impressed, but the more I've listened to it, the more it's really grown on me. I think it's a (slightly) better album than TWEAKED, and stronger overall than the self-titled album. Give it a try, it's a good album."