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Old 03-12-2013, 07:03 AM
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41.Heartbreak Station - Cinderella


Year Of Release: 1990

Tracklist:
1.The More Things Change
2.Love's Got Me Doin' Time
3.Shelter Me
4.Heartbreak Station
5.Sick For The Cure
6.One For Rock And Roll
7.Dead Man's Road
8.Make Your Own Way
9.Electric Love
10.Love Gone Bad
11.Winds Of Change

Genre: Blues Rock

By their third album, Cinderella completed their transformation from a glam metal band to a straight up blues rock band.This results in an album that sounds like Aerosmith meets The Rolling Stones meets Neil Young.This is probably Cinderella's finest moment lyrically wise, and for a time it was my favorite record by them, but you will see how that changed later.Anyway, on this album Tom Keifer vocals are excellent, Jeff LaBar is as good as ever on guitar, Eric Brittingham keeps a steady rhythm, Fred Coury also keeps a good solid wall of sound and his drum tone is awesome.Standouts include the vastly underrated "Love's Got Me Doin' Time", and the New Orleans-feeling rockers "Sick For The Cure" and "Shelter Me".If you refuse to listen to this album because you think it's a glam metal album, then it's your lose.

Standout Track:
"Shelter Me" http://grooveshark.com/s/Shelter+Me/2Oau2J?src=5
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