Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Not for the faint of heart
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The old saying "Don't judge a book by it's cover" would not apply here. From the awesome picture of Lee on the cover to the last note on the album this package is a beautiful gift to any hard rock fan. Lee and her band have a professionalism that is second to none. With John or lead and Lee's angelic vocals this is a treasure to behold.If you don't have Lee Aaron in your collection of rock you haven't even started one yet."
Lee Aaron, a sexy and very talented metal singer! She Rocks!
Bass player Brad | NJ, Linden | 03/02/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is the best cd to own by Aaron.Released in 1985,this album packs a punch from start to finish.Lee has such a great voice and every song lives with energy and the guitarwork is excellent.This is a must buy album for 80's fans or Lee Aaron fans.Here's my break down of this album.
1.Rock me All Over(10/10)Love the lyrics.Aaron's voice really sounds suberbly sensual and tough!The guitar work and chorus rock.
2.Runnin from the Fire(10/10)Great song.Another great chours on this track.Gotta love the 80's!
3.Champion(7/10)Another solid song.
4.Barely Holdin On(8/10)This is a suberb ballad tpye song.It's tastefully done!
5.Burnin Love(9/10)An excellent song.The guitar work is impressive.Aaron sounds great!
6.Line of Fire(10/10)Totally cool song.Love it!Great 80's metal.
7.Beat'em Up(8/10)Another good song.
8.Paradise(10/10)This song is a paradise!Great track.The guitar riff is great.
9.Evil game(8/10)Cool song.
10.Danger Zone(9/10)Very energetic song.Nce guitar ork and Aaron's vocals never fail to impress.
11.Hot to be Rocked(8/10)On par with the rest of the album.Good rockin song!
This album is a must buy if you love the 80's.It's great stuff and has a very attractive album cover!
The prime of great 80's metal! This album's "Hot to Be Rocked", so buy a copy today."
eveoflove | North York, Ontario Canada | 02/07/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Made in CAN in 1988, Serial# ACD-1212, Playing Time 45:34This is Lee Aaron's 3rd album, and, in my opinion, MUCH weaker than "Metal Queen"; my copy has 1 more track than what's listed here, and is the title track of the album, unavailable on the vinyl version.I'm mainly disappointed probably because I expected so much after "Metal Queen"; the songs are alright but feel "ordinary". It still contains good material, but I wouldn't recommend it as a first choice in her discography."