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Best recording on a cd I have ever heard!
GKG | Huntsville | 02/19/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The "No Rules" disc was produced by Dana Strum and I can honestly say that I believe this is the best recording I have ever heard. Well, the first Fight disc, "War of Words" may tie as the best recording along with this one. Anyway, there is an incredible amount of depth to this recording. Really rockin 80's style metal, kind of like Slaughter mixed with Slick Toxik and maybe a dose of heavy Ratt. My only complaint is that the vocalist tends to kinda sound like Axel Rose at times. Excellent musicians. Hard to believe that this was their only full length disc. If you missed out on this in the hair days, then get it now."
My favorite band in 1992
Angela | SLC, UT | 04/21/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I first noticed Kik Tracee when their video "No Rules" aired on the MTV show Headbangers Ball in 1991. The song is very catchy and had to get the album.
In the summer of 1992, we were already bored with the on set of the Alternative rock bands that had gone mainstream earlier that year. Nirvana was great but every band that followed just didn't cut it for us.
That summer, we stepped back a year and we played that CD more than any other CD. This band has depth and soul - I believe if they would have formed just a year or two sooner, they would have made it big.
I found my old CD tonight...it's a little scratched up but I listened to it anyways. I still remember EVERY single lyric on ALL the tracks. My favorite tracks are: Lost, RattleSnake Eyes, Romeo Blues and Big Western Sky....ahh...brings back memories.
I wish they'd get back together and go on tour because I never got to see them live."
Just Missed It
Hardluck's Cafe | Indiana, USA | 11/17/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"As a huge fan of the glam metal scene, I found this to be a very good album. I sampled it online and I am very impressed. It is a shame they hit the scene too late to break into the mainstream. I'm not sure how they are compared to GNR, but I think they sound more like a mix of Dangerous Toys, Black & Blue and Saigon Kick. They should have made it big."