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"...And they deserve to be found because there is a lot to enjoy here. Especially as, like Lita Ford, it’s eighties hard rock that they specialise in. John Jamison, Chris Gamble, Linwood Turner and Randy Snowman are the men in question, with Jamison a fine singer who hits all the right old school notes. ‘Ripe’ was probably my favourite, chock full of early Motley Crue attitude. And that’s a good thing, in case you were wondering.
If this were thirty years ago they’d certainly have the chops to get on a Great White / Britny Fox tour. Their original songs are good and they throw in a quality cover of the Skid Row tune ‘Monkey Business’ just for fun, which shows what a good covers band they are. It certainly took me back. In a good way."
- Zeitgeist and The Rocker, United Kingdom, April 2018
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"Within just a few seconds of the track “Go Love Yourself” kicking off the album you can hear the AC/DC influence from the band. That gritty shrieking vocal tone flows throughout the entire song and going into a melodic style for a few moments during the chorus. Moments after the chorus the band kicks it into overdrive and the song speeds up to a galloping pace with the guitar and drums leading the charge. “Damage Man” comes on really gets a good groove flowing, and the vocals take on a different approach than the previous AC/DC inspired track."
- By Fist | February 11, 2018 | Album Reviews, Metal Nexus
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"Dangerous Curves CD, releasing in two weeks, is a must buy. If I was still doing my record label promotion thing… I'd be jumping on Music Directors' desks to get this added out of the box."
— Eric Heckman, Owner, Caddie's on Cordell, Bethesda, Maryland, June 2017